Alien Mate #1

What would you do if a naked alien materialized in your living room and told you he was your leader?

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Genre: Erotic Sci-Fi/Alien Romance

 

Plump Diana is ironing her underwear when the hottest blue babe in all of the galaxy appears
in her living room. Did she forget to mention he was naked too? Abducted, decontaminated and
dressed like a harem girl, she’s been chosen to become the hunky alien’s mate.

Kor asked his ancestors to find him a biddable, docile mate, instead they found him Diana–a
curvy, argumentative earthling who sets his pulse pounding and his loins on fire. He might
be an alien who doesn’t understand the meaning of love, but he sure knows what he feels is more than lust.

Next in series: Alien Mate 2 & Alien Mate 3

*Each book can be read as a stand alone.

Excerpt: (18+)


The day Diana met her first alien dawned liked any other—with a dry, cottony mouth and a bad case of bed head. She didn’t even have any warning because, unlike the X Files and sci-fi movies, she didn’t see any lights in the sky, and her TV image didn’t go all snowy. That kind of pissed her off, because had she known she would be having an up-close-and-personal encounter with life from another planet, she might have at least brushed her hair
and worn something other than her ragged robe, plaid boxer shorts, and loose tank top. This is definitely not my most attractive look.

Anyways, there she stood, ironing her underwear—being single left her with way too much time on her hands—when suddenly, it appeared in the middle of her living room. It wasn’t a spectacular living room as living rooms went, outfitted with a secondhand sagging couch and chair, a coffee table that wobbled, and some kind of Oriental print rug in bad need of a beating. A receptionist’s salary didn’t go far in the city.

Needless to say, when it appeared, he did so right on top of her flimsy coffee table, which under its weight collapsed, something her visitor absently noted when it looked down at its bare and fairly large feet.

Studying it in shock, Diana amended the “it” part to “Holy Hunk” because, if it hadn’t been for the fact his skin shone a startling sky blue, she would have mistaken him for some super-hot underwear model—one who magically appeared in her living room, only sans the underwear.

Good thing he’s hung like a . . .

With flaming cheeks, Diana quickly averted her gaze, but his sizable endowment stayed with her, and flustered, she stammered, “Wh-Who are you?” Other than the most gorgeous naked man I’ve ever seen. She was so startled by her naked visitor that she accidentally left the iron lying on her underwear too long, and a burning smell wafted up. Nose twitching, Diana quickly set the iron upright and looked down in dismay at the big burn mark on the ass of her favorite pair of undies. Damn.

So of course her blue alien chuckled—yes, apparently creatures from space or alternate dimensions had senses of humor too.

“Greetings, earthling female,” said a voice, smooth as hot, melted chocolate with just a hint of an accent. “I come in peace. I will be your leader.”

Startled by her alien’s horrible B-movie speech, Diana said the only thing that came to mind. “Um, isn’t that supposed to be ‘Take me to your leader’?”

Brilliant white teeth that shone opalescent like pearls between darker blue lips appeared when he smiled. “No, you heard me correctly, earthling. I’ve come to be your leader.”

Diana laughed. She just couldn’t help herself. Of all the things she expected him to say, that had to rank as one of the dumbest. His face remained quite serious, though, so of course she continued to howl even when she saw a tinge of annoyance draw his handsome features tight.

“I fail to see the humor, earthling female. I will be your leader. You will respect me as is my due.”

Diana cackled again, wiping the tears in her eyes with the back of her hand. “Oh, you are so funny. And just how is one naked alien going to convince the world that he’s now their new leader?” Diana giggled anew at the thought of him aiming that weapon between his legs. Given its size, he’d definitely intimidate the male population and make the female one swoon.

A frown met her answer, followed by a wide Colgate smile, which made Diana wonder—do aliens brush their teeth?

“I never said I intended to rule the world, earthling. I’ve come to be your leader. You have been chosen by the oracle and the spirits of my ancestors to be my mate,” he stated with a self-satisfied grin.

 

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Four and a Half Star Review For Alien Mate
“Eve tells this story superbly, and I was entertained throughout the whole book.
“Eve Langlais has done a dynamite job with characterization in this novel. Kor is the perfect, sexy, alpha hero with a sweet side.Diana was one of my favorite heroines to read about. She’s sassy, fun, and very likable.”says
Tawania of Wicked ReadingsFor the full review click here.
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Five Angel Review For Alien Mate
“Alien Mate is an entertaining erotic romp across the galaxy.
It is filled with snappy internal and external dialogue and some hilarious one-liners.”says
Kimberly of Fallen Angel ReviewsFor the full review click here.
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Four Star Review For Alien Mate
“I really liked the way plump is seen as the ideal in Kor’s world, it makes a change to the usual beautiful, tall or athletic heroine usually found.
Thankfully she is not a pushover, I was very happy to see Diana stand up to Kor and even more so that he actually seemed to like it!”says
Magic Faerie of Magic Faeries Paranormal ReviewFor the full review click here.
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Five Delightful Divas Review For ‘Alien Mate’
“I absolutely loved Eve Langlais’ narrative voice. Loved! This was a laugh out loud read that maintained enough depth to create a sweet romance.
Alien Mate was a great, romantic sci-fi read that was fun and humorous to read.”says
Stacey of Dark Diva ReviewsFor the full review click here.
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Four & A Half Tea Cup Review For Alien Mate
“It was the humor and the characters that made this book stand out for me. Well, the sexy blue alien on the cover helped.
For a funny, touching, romance with a stud of an alien and a reluctant heroine, this is the book for you.”says
LynnMarie of Happily Ever After ReviewsFor the full review click here.
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Four Star Review For Alien Mate
“I loved Kor and Diana’s relationship throughout Alien Mate. There was humor along the way, and I found myself smiling more times than not.
It seemed like every page had a tantalizing scene, many of them making any reader fan themselves.”says
Claudia Rhyes of Manic ReadersFor the full review click here.