Claiming Their Human by Eva Evans


Title: Alien Experiment, Book 1: Claiming Their Human
Publisher: Evernight Publishing
Author: Eva Evans
Pages: 39
Kisses: 3.75




Blurb:

Alien Experiment, 1

Caleb hates the fact his small fishing town has turned into a tourist trap. After an alleged alien sighting near the marina, everyone is trying to make money off the spectacle. Overnight vendors and obtrusive billboards replace the beautiful views of the ocean. It isn’t until two muscular men drag him to their spacecraft that he second guesses his beliefs.

Zane and Kross have traveled across the galaxy to find their human mate. They’ve been searching for years, so when they find Caleb, they’re beyond thrilled. One thing they didn’t plan on was his reluctance to their abduction. But they won’t leave Earth without their human.
Caleb soon realizes he has nothing of value left on Earth. His gorgeous alien captors promise him love, excitement, and the best sex he’s ever had. Somewhere along the way to their planet, he decides their new menage relationship is actually a blessing in disguise.

Review:

What type of book is it? M/M contemporary/sci fi romance
What is it about? Kross and Zane are two aliens who believe in the prophecy of the orb that they will find their mate on Earth. Desperate to have him in their lives, they will do anything to get their human back to their planet.

Having lost his family and best friend, Caleb is alone in a fishing-turned-alien-tourist-town. He is more than ready to leave, though he hadn’t really planned on leaving via spaceship.

After a trial and error, Kross and Zane find their human and abduct him. Before they go into orbit, they make sure Caleb is the one for them.
The best bit was… When Caleb first meets the aliens and isn’t sure about their motives.

Who would you recommend his for? Anyone who wants a fast, M/M/M read with a science fiction twist, or enjoys stories with aliens.

Have you read any other books by this author? No. I normally don’t read M/M/M, But I am looking forward to book #2.

Reviewed by: Dawn

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