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    Aliens and Love? awesome

    This book was a hoot. It was fun and lovely and extremely interesting. Max is a Air Force pilot who was trying to repel alien invaders when his plane is destroyed. He is taken aboard a ship and whisked off into space. The only way he could ever get back home is to help with the translation matrix or become a nanny. He becomes the nanny to the tentacled alien he names Rick. There is a lot of miscommunication because of the horrible translator and things ensue. Both men learn to communicate and solve their differences while raising their offspring. I enjoyed this book because of the fact that Rick and Max learned to communicate despite their mostly incompatible physicality and the translator problems. It has tentacles, it has bad guys invading their space ship and Max being all hero like. This was fun.
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    Gorgeous Love Story & Cool Sci-Fi

    No one can build a love story between a man and an alien, and have it tug on my heartstrings, quite like Lyn Gala. Her new novel, Earth Fathers Are Weird, is a tender and passionate romance, and it’s chock full of the creative extra-terrestrial stuff she does so well. Don’t even think of calling this tentacle porn (well, maybe just a little…). When alien spaceships invade Earth’s airspace, Air Force captain Maxwell Davis is rescued from his doomed fighter jet and set down on a planet far from Earth. Hoping to earn enough money to return home he accepts a position as a nanny - a decision which changes his life in ways he could never have imagined. His new employer, an octopus-like alien whom Max calls Rick, patiently guides Max through his adjustment. Happy to find a purpose, Max embraces his lot and plans to make the most of his new life. Told from Max’s point-of-view, there are wonderful descriptions of the aliens he encounters, the technology he learns to use, and his interactions with Rick. Despite the language barrier, and that Max has no frame of reference for this species, these two start to bond. As he gains a deeper understanding of Rick’s actions and emotions, he’s pleased to see their connection is mutual. Max is such an open and caring person, and so deserving of love, I’m thrilled he finds Rick. And it appears he’s found a kindred spirit. The way these guys look beyond their physical differences, and focus on what’s inside, is a testament to the depth of their relationship. As her fans expect, Ms. Gala does a wonderful job with the science fictiony aspect of Earth Fathers Are Weird. Building a world filled with imaginative technology and unique life forms, she also lays the groundwork for a plot which will (hopefully) carry over to many more books to come. I would love to see where Max and Rick go from here.
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    Earth Father's are Weird

    There will be tenticles! Not my usual read but I loved the journey with Max and Rick. Some very descriptive kill scenes and wonderful ahhhs with offspring! Give it a try you might like it!
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    Tentacles AND romance!

    Not sure how Lyn Gala pulled it off, but this tale of alien abduction and tentacle action is more sweet than erotic, with lots of “awwwww” moments and feelings and such. A good choice if you’re looking for cute but different.
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    Great story

    For years now, Lyn Gala is an auto-buy for me. This book shows exactly why. It‘s unique, it‘s very imaginative, greatly written, and it‘s MC‘s are so very lovable. I had to giggle quite often because of all the misunderstandings that happened because of the language barriers between Max, the human, and „Rick“, the tentacle wearing alien. Normally I‘m not a huge fan of all the mpreg books flooding the mm-market, but I sure love this one. It‘s really not your usual same old, same old, but Lyn Gala’s books are never like that. I loved this story a lot, and would highly recommend it to everyone who likes books that are just a bit different. And I hope for sure that there will be another book in the future with this very unique couple 🙂
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