Review: Alien Conquest (World of Kalquor #3) by Tracy St. John

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Review: Alien Conquest (World of Kalquor #3) by Tracy St. John

Book three in the Clans of Kalquor series - newly expanded version!

An invasion has Cassidy fighting for her soul, but it’s her heart Clan Tranis is determined to claim.

Cassidy Hamilton doesn’t think life can get any worse after being sequestered in a convent on Europa. A Kalquorian invasion quickly changes her mind, and she barely eludes her people’s greatest enemy. Fear and desire become a heady mixture when her spying reveals the aliens’ intentions for Europa’s nuns—bondage and seduction. But that’s nothing compared with the plans Captain Tranis and his clanmates Lidon and Degorsk have for the young woman when they capture her.

Title: Alien Conquest
Author: Tracy St. John
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Alien Embrace, Alien Rule, Alien Hostage, Alien Salvation
Series: World of Kalquor #3
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Alien Salvation, Alien Redemption, Alien Refuge
Published by Totally Bound
Source: Publisher
Published: December 20th 2016
Genres: Erotic Sci Fi Romance, Menage
Pages: 319 pages
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Stars: four-stars
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Kalquor is in the throes of war with Earth. Captain Tranis and his spy ship are closely watching an Earth transport when the transport takes an unexpected turn. They follow and see a compound they knew nothing about. Since Earth has kept it hidden until now, they are curious what secrets it holds. They prepare for an invasion.

Cassidy’s life is awful. Sent to Europa to live in a convent because of her mother’s past transgressions. She’s visited by her grandfather(who comes on the Earth transport) and tells her he wants her to marry his elderly friend and give him heirs. She thought her life was awful before, but it’s now looking downright like hell! When the Kalquorians invade and she darts off to warn the other nuns to hide, Captain Tranis and his clanmates, Lidon and Degorsk, take notice of her. Cassidy hides in the convent’s ventilation system. It allows her to spy on the other nuns and now the Kalquorians, without being seen. Or so she thinks.

Cassidy doesn’t know much about the Kalquorians, but she is highly attracted to them. While spying, she learns they intend to pleasure the nuns and bring out their true selves. Earth has been under religious rule that women are temptresses and all sexual pleasure is deemed wrong. Even if a woman is raped, she is mutilated and sent to prison for tempting the man to rape her. The brainwashing is extensive and the nuns are so confused, scared about their feelings, and wrought with fear for their lives at the sexual enjoyment they receive. Kalquorians hold women very dear. Tranis and his mates are intrigued with Cassidy so they set a trap to catch her.

I have really been enjoying the World of Kalquor Tracy St. James has crafted. Kalquor was devastated by a virus that killed a lot of their race. The woman that did survive were made infertile thus leaving Kalquor unable to sustain their race. They found Earth woman to be a good match to produce offspring. Each Kalquor clan consists of three races- Dramok-leader, Imdiko-healer, and Nobek-protector. They add a Matara-a female, who is their chosen lifebringer. She is revered by these men.

Earth is a mixed up place and I truly felt sorry for these women for the jumbled feelings they had. Once Cassidy is caught, Tranis, Lidon, and Degorsk do everything in their power to make her feel special. They put her up on a pedestal and Cassidy doesn’t know how to react to all the special endearments they give her. They give her what she’s been craving, but never could voice. Her head tells her what she is feeling is wrong, but she feels so good with them. She had a lot of things to work through her head-dating back to things she was told about her mother. Degorsk believed she held repressed memories and he helped her a lot to recognize and to come to terms with them.

This was a bit of an unusual book. It fits well within the series and I wholeheartedly recommend reading it. I don’t feel it can be read as a standalone since you need to understand this world and its events prior to this book. It’s been republished after being expanded and I feel it’s a well-rounded story. So dive into the World of Kalquor! You won’t be sorry!


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