Blog Tour: Top Ten and Review - Taken by Her Alien Warriors by Doris O'Connor


Taken by Her Alien Warriors by +Doris O'connor


Categories: Erotic
Romance, Futuristic, Menage a
Trois/Quatre, Science
Fiction


Word Count: 32,008


Heat Level: SEXTREME
Published By: Siren-BookStrand,
Inc.


Top Ten Things to love about Aliens…

I’ve always been somewhat fascinated by the whole concept of Aliens. As a child, long before I watched ET, I used to lay awake at night, and stare at the starry sky, visible through my window and wonder…

It seemed logical to me that all those planets out there would hold other forms of life somehow. Maybe not life as we know it, but life, nonetheless. I guess it also helped that my gran, being an Atheist, had no religious prejudices influencing her answers to all of my questions. To her, things were not set in stone and Mother Nature was a never ending place of wonder and discovery.

A keen amateur astrologist she knew all the constellations by name and was only too happy to share that knowledge with me.

So, even back then I spun stories in my head, involving Alien life forms, and once I could read devoured Sci-fi books. Needless to say we were and still are huge Treckie fans and Dr. Who is a must watch in our house.

So, it was inevitable, really, that my writer’s brain would eventually latch onto writing Aliens, especially as I write erotic romance and erotica, and well….

*smirks*

You can have so much fun with that.

My Aliens are not little green men, of course. No, they are droolworthy seven foot hunks of male perfection, who only have eyes for their human heroines, and each other.

Females are scarce in this future, so having mated triads is more or less the norm, and love knows no boundaries J

Here are my top ten reasons for loving those Warriors.

·         Heh, they’re Aliens that alone peeks my interest, nuff said.

·         Their unique mating practices, shall we say, or what goes where :-P

·         Its sci-fi… anything goes….

·         The glimpse into our possible future.

·         The technology and the endless possibilities for new inventions.

·         Their code of honour. They all have one, even if it’s different from ours.

·         They make the best villains.

·         They make the best lovers.

·         They’re dominant and hot as hell.

·          Horn sex (You’ll see, when you read the book.)



The men of any species have needs…

Gemini Hudson has grown up, knowing the truth behind those words, but what happens when those needs pitch lovers against each other in a war torn galaxy?

Cirrion Warrior Zorran rescued a nine year old Gemini in a rare show of compassion. Twelve years later his slave has grown into a beautiful young woman which he feels inexorably drawn to. However, she is only human and too fragile for his dark desires. Desires he is certain he can only share with one man—his Drakan lover Ornack.

With Drakan at war with Cirrion the men's relationship seems doomed to failure. Giving Gemini to Ornack will fulfil their emotional needs in a way Zorran can't. From the minute he sees her, Lord Ornack knows this female is the one woman who can
complete their circle, because she loves Zorran as much as he does.

There's only one solution. Claim both his mates and damn the consequences.

A Siren Erotic Romance






Glutton for punishment would be a good description for Doris... at least that's what she hears on an almost daily basis when people find out that she has a brood of nine children, ranging from adult to toddler and lives happily in a far too small house, cluttered with children, pets, dust bunnies, and one very understanding and supportive husband. Domestic goddess she is not.
There is always something better to do after all, like working on the latest manuscript and trying not to scare the locals even more than usual by talking out loud to the voices in her head. Her characters tend to be pretty insistent to get their stories told, and you will find Doris burning the midnight oil on a regular basis. Only time to get any peace and quiet and besides, sleep is for wimps.
She likes to spin sensual, sassy, and sexy tales involving alpha heroes to die for, and heroines who give as good as they get. From contemporary to paranormal, BDSM to F/F, and Ménage, haunting love stories are guaranteed.
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Bethany-Kris's Review
*****Five Stars*****

As a young child, Gemini Hudson was saved from the clutches of a being intent on hurting her and the floundering ruins of earth by Zorran, a Cirrion Warrior from an alien planet. Now, older and head over heels for her Cirrion who doesn't seem to feel the same way, Gemini is left confused and hurting. It certainly doesn't help when Zorran drops her off at a planet his kind is at war with, not to mention his Drakan lover Ornack. However, not all is as it seems, and the Cirrion Warrior won't be able to stay away from his mates for long. Not that Ornack would let him.

Let me just say, my brief description of Taken by her Alien Warriors really doesn't do it justice. I'm well aware of that. Do not judge this book based on my description. Read the author's, and whatever excerpts you can get your hands on, really. There is so much that goes on in this story, for being a novella like it is, that summing it up in one small paragraph is, frankly, ridiculous and impossible. Moving on.

I knew going into this story it was going to be hot. And not hot, like the usual erotic sex scene hot, no, ménage with aliens, things that might make you go "huh" (Like horn sex) and a whole new level of hot. Doris writes her erotic scenes so inexplicably well, she can make me blush when there isn't even a soul around to see me do it (Thank God). I'm not a blusher, people. Not. A. Blusher. That's my fair warning of just how warmed up this story will get a person.

As long as the aliens were of a humanoid version (no scales or tails, I'm good with the tiny horns and fangs), I was good to go. These otherworldly aliens live in a different culture, a dying race, and it was great to find all the little tidbits the author tossed in here and there about it all. I especially liked the end when the heroine did what she had to do (no spoilers) for her men.

I can't say it enough, but this story was great. Honestly, it's gotten to the point where Doris is going on my favorite author's list, not that she wasn't already there. From aliens, to shifters, to the BDSM, she has not failed in delivering me with a fantastic read that's constantly kept me turning the pages. Well done.
4 Responses
  1. Thanks for hosting me on my tour, Bethany :-) And it's my turn to blush a little at your fantastic review. So glad you enjoyed my Warriors.


  2. You're so welcome, Doris! I loved it and am looking forward to the next ones. :)


  3. Can't wait to read this book! Love the post!
    susanmplatt AT hotmail DOT com


  4. Thanks so much, Sue :-)


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