Title: Tripp’s Claiming
Series: Quads of Alpha S, #2
Genre: Sci-fi / Aliens / Vampires
Length: Novella (100 pages)
Publisher: Twisted Erotica Publishing (October 7th 2013)
Heat Level: Explicit
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥ 4 Hearts
Blurb: Tripp is the quintessential Federated Navy screw-up. He reveled in sharing his body as often as possible, only to keep himself numb to the expectations everyone had of him thanks to his famous father. Years of sexual excesses have made him jaded and love doesn’t even enter the equation, at least not for him.
When he and his fellow crew members crash-land on an alien world, he’s abducted and nearly killed by a harsh enemy. Another race on the planet holds the key to his survival, but only if he succumbs. Sex is easy. Tripp submits without second thought.
Offering only his body isn’t enough for his Shadow masters. They want his mind, body, and soul — and eventually his love. Tripp isn’t willing to give them everything without a fight.
His masters are prepared to wage war to get what they want.
Product Link(s): http://www.amazon.com/Tripps-Claiming-Quads-Alpha-S-ebook/dp/B00FPUGFCW
Review: This book two in the Quads of the Alpha S series. One of the things I love most about this series so far is you learn why each human was working where they ended up. Tripp seemed lost and alone. He’s captured by the Xinthpats while on a mission gone terribly wrong and turned.
Orinth, Gregan and Tevos were Quintos who were turned as well by the vicious Xinthpats and want Tripp as their own if he is able to survive the turning. Though I understood their reasoning it bothered me somewhat that they wanted to break Tripp in order for him not to succumb to the memories of his time with the Xinthpats like so many other aliens had done and not been able to cope and ended up killing themselves as a result.
This book grabs your attention from the start and keeps it until the very end. Intense scenes and emotions as well as some hot sex keep the reader entertained. I can’t wait to read the next book in the series.
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