Review: Alien Tryst by Cynthia Sax

May 30, 2014 Review 0

Review: Alien Tryst by Cynthia Sax

While investigating some mysterious disappearances, Kane uncovers two secrets that change his world. He’s not entirely human. He’s also dangerously close to death. His alien grandfather has broken a sacred rule, putting his entire bloodline, including Kane, at risk of termination.

Eshe, a sexy blonde scientist with lush lips and a hot body, is Kane’s only hope to save his family. He’ll do anything to keep her safe, including fighting alien warriors, crossing vast galaxies and giving his woman the pleasure she craves again and again, using every inch of his fit physique.

In this world, passion is power and love is necessary for survival.

Title: Alien Tryst
Author: Cynthia Sax
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Warlord Unarmed, Warlord Reunited, Warlord's Mercy, Lust by Moonbeam
Source: Publisher
Published: May 7, 2014
Genres: Erotic Sci Fi Romance
Pages: 82
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Stars: three-stars
Flames: four-flames

This sci-fi romance is a riveting romance that keeps readers on the edge of their seats.  Kane is dangerously close to death because his alien grandfather broke a sacred rule and Eshe, a sexy blond scientist is Kane’s only hope to save his family.

This fast paced plot keeps readers shivering in anticipation with action and suspense as Kane and Eshe race against time to save Kane’s family. The author describes the story with well written scenes and events that capture the imagination and tension builds throughout the story as the danger to both of their lives escalates. The strong compelling characters are easily related to and grab the reader’s attention.

The instant attraction between Kane and Eshe burns up the pages and the sex scenes are hot and steamy.  The story grips the heart as Eshe does everything in her power to save Kane and his mother including sacrificing herself.

Overall, this quick read is enjoyable and entertaining and certainly arouses a lot of curiosity, the only problem is it inspired too much curiosity and I found that I had a lot of questions about things that are left unexplained. These questions are about the world building and why things happen that relate to the aliens, so if the story had been longer and given more insight, I would have liked it better but the romance is a wonderful short read.


Alien Tryst
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