Tau: A Sci-Fi Alien Romance Novel (The Alpha Quadrant Series, #2)

Tau: A Sci-Fi Alien Romance Novel (The Alpha Quadrant Series, #2)

by Enid Titan

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Overview

With scaly green skin, firm ridges, a thick firm tail and a larger than life you-know-what, the trader Damir will have me any way chooses… 

Stolen from my home.

Trapped in subterranean tunnels… 

Ogled at by giant alien reptiles… 

My only hope at escape is the trader Damir — my buyer.

I can't let myself fall under the trader's spell…

I shouldn't fantasize about his long black hair and twisted horns.

His lime-green eyes…

His forceful lips… 

Or the immense equipment dangling between his legs.

I have to be sensible — I have to escape.

Damir won't let me out of his clutches without a fight.

And even if I did escape, I'd have no way to get back to Earth.

Enid Titan's sophomore novel is Book 2 in The Alpha Quadrant Series. This is a NO cliffhanger, guaranteed HEA series of alien science fiction romance standalone novels. At 60,000+ words, this satisfying ultra-steamy read will leave you desperate for more. This full-length sci-fi/fantasy novel will satisfy your deepest, darkest lust. Take a peek inside and see for yourself...

Product Details

BN ID: 2940156562381
Publisher: Jamila Jasper
Publication date: 06/21/2019
Series: The Alpha Quadrant Series
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 48,826
File size: 953 KB

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Tau: A Sci-Fi Alien Romance Novel (The Alpha Quadrant Series, #2) 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
EmilyP23 4 months ago
The first page had me gagging – think of the Klingon delicacy of Gagh worms on Star Trek… blah, and made even worse because these mealworms appear to be sentient! I was traumatized and had a hard time finishing even the first chapter of the book. The main character, Pandora Stewart, is stolen from her home. The creature who eventually purchased her, Damir, is her only hope of escape, but he won’t let her go. She realizes that even if she did manage to escape, there was no obvious way to get back to Earth. Will she find someone to help her? Will she get home? Or is there something else in store for her future? This is the third book I have read by this author. I must admit, despite my love of sci-fi alien stories, I did not particularly enjoy this one either. It was overly violent and very demeaning to females. Although Damir wasn’t as awful as the rest of the alien characters seemed to be, I didn’t like him. I didn’t finish reading due to my discomfort with the book. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
Anonymous 5 months ago
I liked this book. It's steamy, but still has a certain sweetness to it. It was fun and interesting to read. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.