Title: Real Boys
Having been treated badly by humans, Jordeth makes his living as a whore specializing in servicing aliens, especially the sexy Doneleid, Hrral. Business is good until handsome Ryal walks in and destroys his carefully created life.
Raised by the scientifically driven Andali, who used him to perfect the art of body molding, Ryal is the epitome of human masculinity. Unused to human emotions, he thinks nothing of procuring Jordeth for his masters, who transform Jordeth into a partially feline creature with intense sexual attraction and sensitivity.
Jordeth doesn’t take well to either physical change or forced servitude. Drawn to the man, Ryal hopes to find a way to help him, and questions his own humanity. For the first time he feels lust, guilt, desire…and love.
Inside Scoop: If it’s aliens you want, you’ll get more than your share in this seductive story that offers a little ménage, M/M heat and M/M/M fun. But watch out for the nastier aliens! Also contains a short rape scene and dark flashbacks.
Author: Nica Berry
Series: Boys Will Do Boys
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Whatever He Wants, Seeds, Illicit Relations
Published: December 20, 2013
Genres: Erotic Romance, Erotic Sci Fi Romance, M/M Erotica, Male Male Romance, Sci Fi Romance
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Nica Berry’s Real Boys is a darker read. There were many times I wondered how anything happy could work out for Jordeth or Ryal. Ryal has been sent by his masters to acquire Jordeth for their latest project. The Andali are creating a new pleasure toy for their elite clientele and Jordeth is seen as the perfect specimen for this alteration. Ryal doesn’t see the wrong in this afterall he is the Andali’s poster boy for the perfection they can create. Jordeth is working as a prostitute and Ryal sees his offer as a step up to a better life.
Once Jordeth’s transformation is complete the wrongness of the Andali’s use of the humans for their projects becomes obvious. Ryal starts noticing things about his masters that he has never noticed before. Jordeth’s struggle with what has been done to him will absolutely break your heart. The emotions run high for these two characters and any reader will feel it too. The hopelessness that you know Jordeth is experiencing is just tragic.
I have to point out that Nica has one hell of an imagination. The picture that she paints of this world is extremely vivid. The various alien races she has created are not the standard humanoids that I am used to reading with my sci fi romances. The combination of the setting, characters, occurrences, and imagery all makes this world believably real.