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    Educated by the Alien is a short romance novella.

    Educated by the Alien by Sabrina Kade is an introduction into the world that girls bought on or stolen from Earth to be trained at to be intergalactic call girls. It basically showcases the training center they are brought to before their contract is sold and the lengths that one girl named Arizona will go to help another newbie trainee. This book builds a world where the new girls are taught how to interact with and please the many different alien species to whom they can be sold to in the future. This romantic read that is a prologue novella to the Rebels of Sidyth series. This novella was interesting and definitely held my attention so it is the perfect book if your looking for a quick and interesting science fiction romantic short read.
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    some triggers

    There are some triggers in this short story due to how women are viewed and treated. That aside it’s a great introduction into a new series that promises to be fast paced and exciting. This is my first time reading this author, but it shall not be my last. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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    Choices

    Arizona is one of the long-time Intergalactic Call-Girls. She trains and cares for the women who either sign up to service aliens or are kidnapped and dropped into that life from which there is no escape. Arizona provides a family for the women who need something to hold onto. The latest newcomer is Kyla, who has taken up with Dasal, not realizing he is lying to her about buying her contract and taking her away from this life. Dasal uses all the right words and she sees him as her only hope to get back home or at least to some sort of safety. Arizona knows the truth and tries to convince Kyla she is wasting her time with him. When Kyla still stubbornly insists that Dasal will rescue her, Arizona makes a deal with him, offering her own experienced companionship in exchange for his leaving Kyla alone. Washington is the only woman who sees the sacrifices Arizona is willing to make for her “family”, knowing the girl probably won’t even realize what Arizona saved her from as she stares at the horrible bruising all over Arizona’s body. And she likewise pointed out to Arizona that her obsession with creating a family is pointless and has to stop. With Dakota, Alaska, Washington, Arizona, and hopefully this new girl, Arizona says she will have people she can trust and she will stop gathering. It seems to be Kyla’s freckles that make her unique and fuel Arizona’s obsession to have her in the family. But Kyla flat-out refuses to have anything to do with Arizona, convinced she can survive on her own -- at least until two tentacle Octonods drag her down the hallway to make use of her. Dasal is with them, but he stops to tell Arizona he will not touch Kyla. But he arranged this because Arizona forced him to give up what he wanted, and he won’t let a human do that to him. The Octonods are petty revenge to get back at Arizona. Kyla has apparently also realized her place in the galaxy. And Dasal knows that her next assignment will be the Drakens who will rip her apart, have her sewn up again, and pass her to the next. She will be destroyed. So Arizona bargains once again to save her for her family. This is the last one, and her family is now complete. There is a short story that follows about Blythe’s experiences. But the first section that I included here gives the reader a history of what these captured women have to face. It’s pretty bad when the only hope is to join Arizona’s “family” where she has some control over the customers she directs them to! But the bigger picture is how people will draw together for safety and protection – survival is the key and can make some of the horrible choices possible over even worse ones. And then, like for Blythe, there could even be something better, a new life waiting to happen.
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    Very short stories

    The stories in this book is extremely short. I was reading the Epilogue of the second story before I realized I am near the end of the story. However, the feelings evoked by the stories is no half-hearted matter. You either love it or you hate it...no middle ground. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
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