Book Review…Alien Hornet

I’ve shot a hornet.
He’s eight feet tall, with bright yellow stripes, buzzing wings and hard compound eyes.
And he is very angry.
He abducted me from my farm and took me away in his spaceship, which looks like a hornet’s nest on the inside.
But before that, he stung my friend. And with a stinger that size, that had to kill her on the spot.
So I have my reasons for hating him.
He’s clearly an alien, more hyper-muscular man than hornet. But he’s buzzing louder and louder, and I think he’s furious.
And if that protruding rod there is not his stinger, then I don’t want to know what he’s planning to do with it.
Let him try. I’m not going to be his hive mate.

I had to take her. She smelled so good it made me dizzy.
I don’t even care that she shot me first.
But biting me, a Royal Scout on a crucial mission? That cannot go unpunished. Even now, my blood is red on her lips.
She is delectable, round and scandalously female. The air in my spaceship is thick with her fear. And something else that I can’t identify, but which nearly makes me faint and forces my crotch to swell dangerously.
I think I know what her punishment must be.
And I think I will enjoy it.

Alien Hornetis the fourth book in the Alien Abductors series of science fiction romance novels. The books are complete stories, but should be read in order for maximum enjoyment.

Expect steamy scenes, mysterious aliens with features like adult toys, deadly planets and the love story between a girl from Earth and a sensationally hot alien with hidden talents!
4 Stars
Earth is being plundered by the Bululg. The aliens are stealing the females to sell at an auction. Maddie and Grace are still on Earth, running a farm, charming bees, and avoiding the Bululg. Yet a girl only a mile away is kidnapped by the aliens. The women need to do something to protect themselves, but what?

Grace is shocked and horrified to see a large hornet at her beehives. Things happen so quickly, she is abducted and Maddie is shot. Now onboard a small ship with the 2 hornets flying away from Earth. What were they going to do with her? Eat her? Troz has been kind to her, Peski has tolerated her at best. The attraction between Troz and Grace grows, even when their ship goes down.

Troz is on a mission to find his swarm. He lands on Earth. It’s where he meets Grace and realizes that she is his. MINE! The female drone aboard – Peski – reminds him that Grace is an annoyance, no distraction! Troz doesn’t care what Peski says, Grace is his. Only he doesn’t understand how he knows that she is his. Peski keeps reminding him that his objective is to find The Swarm. When he needs to find a replacement ship since his is ruined, he has to rely on Peski and Grace to help him out. His kind is NOT welcomed anywhere.

When Troz finds his Swarm, things changed. Grace is shuttled off the planet. She is no longer needed or wanted. Or is she? What about Troz? Or Peski? And the Queen!?

This was a quick read because I was so engaged in it. I was curious about Troz. He’s the first alien insect/human hybrid I’ve read about. The writing keeps you involved in the story and it’s fast-paced, so you never know what’s going to happen next. The characters are relatable and well-written, even Peski. Her name fits perfectly!

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