Review: Stowaway by Elliot Cooper

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Blurb:

PLANET ALPHA ™

Thalia dreams of being rescued and claimed by handsome Alphan warriors. But her Xyran captor sets terrible traps for her potential saviors. When she takes matters into her own hands by stowing away on an Alphan ship, Thalia doesn’t expect her welcome on Alpha to be contested by anti-human Purists or come with a deadline. Despite the help of her new friends, if she can’t secure a bond in one week’s time she’ll be sent back to a dying Earth.

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*I got a copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review*

This series is completely new to me. I wanted to read this one because Elliot Cooper wrote it and I love him, and it did not disappoint. While I feel I would have understood some things easier had I read the previous books, the fact that I hadn’t didn’t retract from my enjoyment of this. Would it have been fun to know more about the characters? Sure, but I could catch on pretty quickly and still liked this story a lot. That said, I’ll probably be reading the rest of the series at some point, because this was fun.

I really liked that this story is just what it’s supposed to be: a strong woman seeking escape and refuge and dreaming about bonding with two Alphans. I loved Thalia and her determination, after everything she’s gone through, and I think she’s the perfect fit for her men. The men had a great dynamic, with or withour her, even if Lox was a bit grumpy (and everyone knows I love grumpy characters).

The three of them fit together nicely, and I liked that it was Thalia who was taking the lead in that relationship. It’s also the porniest thing I’ve read from Elliot Cooper, and it was hot, with an amazing chemistry between the three of them.

If you like the blurb of the book go ahead and read it because it delivers what it promises.

Genre: Sci-Fi Orientation: Bisexual Pairing: M/M/F Publisher: Evernight Publishing Review Tag: Part of a series

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