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Eve Langlais Alien Abduction series is awesome, addictive and full of Eve's signature wit, heat, and laugh out loud banter. Each story has the perfect blend of humor, action and steamy sex scenes.
Of all the things that could go wrong, Louisa never considered being abducted by aliens. However, that's exactly what happens when she takes her class of rambunctious orphans on a field trip. Little green aliens have abducted her and her girls; however, these aliens will soon learn they are no match for these little warrior girls or Louisa. Louisa is no weak heroine; she's full of bravado and says exactly what's on her mind.
Best friends, Brax and Xarn, known as the "Dual Terror" share everything, and are very arrogant. Framed for murder and on the run, these two take on a job to kill the green alien's captain and crew for female who was scorned playing cards. When they arrive, the find the captain has already abandoned the ship, and it's newest cargo. While searching the ship for treasure, they stumble upon the cargo and are surprised when they see a dozen little human women staring back at them. Their momentary shock dissipates quickly when they lay eyes on the tall human female. True to their to competitive nature, they both yell "Mine! Called it" and soon break out into a fist fight.
While this story was not my favorite in the series, I still enjoyed it! It's quick, light and just fun to listen too. Brax and Xarn really made this story, they were hilarious!
As usual, Chandler and Harding 's narration is fantastic! They do an excellent job preforming all the banter and sexy teasing.
8 of 10 people found this review helpful
I really enjoyed the story line in this book. It was funny and intriguing. All three characters draw you in and have you cheer for their success.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
I loved the book. it was witty and sexy.
i just have an issue where a male reads one chapter with one set of voices. then the girl reads a different chapter with different voices. it is super hard to follow who is speaking and it detracts from the overall enjoyment of book