I recommend as entertaining! Heroine, trying to escape slavery, picks a planet with a dark history of human experimentation. She didn’t have enough time for thorough research. The hero, one of the experiments gone wrong (an imperfect gigolo), finds her, figures out her situation, hides her in his home, and…offers up his services. Which threatens his own plans for escaping the planet, as his friends keep pointing out before he kicks them back out into the street. And naturally, each time the heroine helps him out, it’s so dangerous that he has to punish her…with intense orgasms…which seems kind of counter-productive.
Kieran by Allyson James
“I don’t have a lot to offer you,” he said. “I like you, but I don’t have much to give. A cup of water, a place to stay, and sex.”
I recommend as enjoyable! Caught between a whip and a hard-nose, the heroine discovers her enemy is caring, attractive, and…not her enemy. The hero, in search of a spy to help overthrow their alien overlords, discovers his mate in the bleeding, bound woman left behind to face his wrath…of possessive sexual domination.
Codename Autumn by Cyndi Friberg
“How long will I remain…yours?”
His fingers tangled in her hair and he leaned down, brushing his lips against her cheek as he asked, “Do you really want to know the answer to that question?”
I recommend as entertaining! Heroine trips (chemically) with a rock. Which is an improvement over the ex in any capacity. The rock turns out not to be a rock, and the ex-before-the-ex (hero) turns out not to be quite dead. Just mostly dead. For which he must be punished. Oh, and bad aliens were stopped from invading the Earth. And most importantly, the heroine ends up with 3 breasts.
“Space Invaders” by Catherine Rose
“…its spooky action at a distance caused by quantum
entanglement…so yeah anything is possible…” [Given that this line made it into the story, it wasn’t any surprise that the sex starts on the last 3 pgs. Naturally. -BZ]
I recommend as entertaining! Heroine, being hunted by aliens that overthrew her father’s government on Earth, finds shelter with sympathetic aliens. Sympathetic=On condition of having sex. Recognizing that she’s an ignorant blunder away from assassination, a sex android sees a kindred program structure and trains her to be a high-class prostitute. Fortunately she’s got an advanced degree in inter-species diplomacy, so her skill set is perfect for the work. Makes you wonder about how the story would have gone with an accountant (as opposed to a programmer). But I digress. As does she and her half-brother. The hero.
Become a Space Slut in Thirteen Easy Steps by Lizette Lynne
“Vag is a given. Anal?”
She winced. “I’ve never. I mean, I’m curious, but …”
“Anal virgin,” he touched the screen and the option appeared in the box before she could argue. “Some clients really dig that. Don’t worry, we’ll be extremely selective. What about bondage games?”
I recommend as enjoyable! Law enforcement heroine goes undercover to dig up information on missing women from the intergalactic wrestling circuit…as a wrestler…against human/alien hybrids. Yeah, it’s like watching Kirk constantly getting his ass handed to him by a red/blue/green alien in Star Trek. The half beast-human hero would much prefer that she complete the circuit in his bed rather than in medical or awaiting medical clearance for another ass-whooping. Drives him nuts, really. Then he finds out she’s not who she says she is…and well, pre-spat sex and post-mission sex takes the edge off. Barely.
Rage (Galactic Cage Fighters) by K.D. Jones
Then he got his hands on her. He elevated his hips and rotated her over, landing her on her back. He mounted her, pulling her arms up over her head and wedging his lower half against hers.
“Match over, Rachel,” his voice was thick with desire.
I recommend as entertaining…heroine comes across amnesic, blue alien female (or maybe a genetically-modified female with octo-pussy genes) and takes her home. Succumbing to the stranger’s seduction, she discovers there’s much to be gained from Chordata-Mollusca phyla play.
Amy (Sapphire Tales) by Amber Lynn Harris
I recommend as entertaining! Tentacled, mind-reading alien concealed as a human searches for liquored females to probe and follows a candidate to her rudimentary domicile.
Probed: The Encounter by Alexis Adaire
“My research suggested the ideal place to find a willing sex partner would be a bar or nightclub.”