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    Heroic Abduction by Eve Langlais

    Heroic Abduction by Eve Langlais Hilarious. The Unofficial Guide to Heroism verses the Mercenary Guide in previous books. This purple alien does the opposite of what his family considers proper and does good deeds and rescues. Or at least he tries. Betty, the heroine, was one of the teens abducted from Earth awhile back. (From Dual Abduction.) From Betty: Purple aliens are dumb! They don’t understand. From Dyre: “Heroes didn’t plan. They acted.” “They plied him with riches, begging him to go” Very hot and steamy. Lots of laughable comments and situations. Science fiction romantic comedy
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    a blast to read

    What does it take to become a hero in a family of mercs? Some comedy, a little heat, & a lot of action. Langlais serves this all up with a side of out of this world adventure. This novel has a well written flow that enhances the feel of the story. The unofficial guide to heroism was… well… Oh you’ll just have to read the story. I can’t put its pricelessness into words, especially not against the mercenary’s guide. I swear, every time Dyre opens his mouth he made me laugh. I love how he strives to be himself, even if it rarely turns out as expected. Betty’s unique mix of human and Zonian beliefs made her into quite the feisty damsel, even if she was always in distress. This novel is a fairy tale fantasy meets ignoble space alien in a comical and at times heated adventure through the galaxy. It was a blast to read.
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