Alpha Alien - Book Review


Novalyn Bryce is a student, tending bar at night to put herself through school in New York City. She has no family, few friends, and no romantic prospects. 

Odrik Nuh’ar of Qetesh is seven feet tall, with skin the color of honey. He is a warrior hunter, with rippling muscles and ink black hair, and horns that wrapped around his head like a crown. 

The Qet are a proud, tribal people, who were settled on the planet Qetesh two hundred or so years ago. Over those 200 years, most of their females have died off, leaving them on the brink of extinction. 

The government, in conjunction with an intergalactic agency known only as The Echelon -- a group that serves to keep the balance of the universe in check -- has been plucking human women up out of their lives to bring them to Qetesh as potential mates to keep the proud people from dying out entirely. 

Novalyn Bryce is one such woman. 

Alien Alpha is a 50,000 word Alien / Sci-Fi Romance novel containing scorching sex scenes and adult content. The lush planet of Qetesh, rife with tall, chiseled alpha males, menacing alien tribes, and a complete dearth of suitable women. Read at your own risk!

3 Stars

The females of the Qet tribe are long gone. The Qet males face extinction unless something can be done. The Space Federation takes it upon themselves to relocate willing humans, but when Novalyn Bryce is relocated unwilling to Qet, she gets more than she bargains for. 

Odrik is exiled from his tribe, he lost his horns and is now on his own. But when a space ship streaks across the sky, he goes towards it, knowing what waits him. A female. A mate. The mother to his children. A future. Some hope. But can he convince this woman to stay with him on this hostile planet? Or will she flee for home, leaving him alone again? 

Although a quick read, it is still a good story. Not the best Alien romance I've read and not the worst. I wouldn't necessarily say that Odrik is an Alpha either, he is a gentleman. Never does he push Nova, never does he behave any way towards her then a gentleman. He doesn't take what isn't it. But then I don't think Gentleman Alien would have been a fitting title. :-(