Review: The Captive Pet (Alien Slave Masters #4) by Samantha Cayto

January 17, 2017 Review 0

Review: The Captive Pet (Alien Slave Masters #4) by Samantha Cayto

When a distant planet’s ownership is in dispute, conquering aliens turn defiant human males into pampered sex slaves.

Frey Bjorkson is an orphan from New World Colony Five. While making a supply run, he’s been captured by a Travian privateer and kept as a pet. Brutalized, he fights to hold on to his sanity and hope of escaping. His hopes are all but dashed when his master loses him to another, scarier male.

Having lost his mate, Rone has given up his old military ambitions. Instead, he’s volunteered to pose as a privateer to root out the arms suppliers of the traitorous males trying to overthrow female rule. When he becomes the reluctant master to a human pet, he has little patience for caring for the scared, battered creature. That doesn’t stop him from wanting the boy, and, as he sets about claiming the human as his property, he finds himself getting in deeper than he’d intended.

Not only does Rone prove to be kinder, he also gives Frey his first experience with sexual pleasure. The way Rone makes him feel, physically and emotionally, confuses Frey. He fights against his growing attraction even while he struggles to learn just what his master’s true agenda is.

As Rone infiltrates the dangerous world of privateers, he reluctantly drags Frey in with him. He tells himself that he needs the cover of being a brutal slave owner, but there is no denying his growing need for the boy. As Rone’s mission heats up, the stakes are high, and the alien master and his captive pet will have to work together to survive.

Reader Advisory: This book contains sex scenes of both non-consensual and dubious consent, as well as scenes of violence, abuse and torture.

Title: The Captive Pet
Author: Samantha Cayto
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: The Captain's Pet, The Captain's Pet, The Rebellious Pet, The Untamed Pet
Series: Alien Slave Masters
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: The Captain's Pet, The Captain's Pet, The Rebellious Pet, The Untamed Pet
Published by Pride
Source: Publisher
Published: October 25, 2016
Genres: Dark Erotica, Male Male Romance, Sci Fi Romance, Science Fiction
Pages: 149
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Stars: four-half-stars
Flames: four-flames
I received this book for free from the Publisher or Author in exchange for an honest review, or I purchased it with my own funds. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
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Being an orphan with no family on Five, Frey knew life was going to be hard. He never knew how much his life would change once he became a Travian pet. His ‘master’ has shown him what his species is really good for: sex, two holes to fill. Frey gets through his encounters by just escaping into his own head and being docile. Until one day it all changes. He is won and life as he knows it, once again, changes. For better or for worse?

Damn!! I love this series. It honestly gets better with every book Miss Cayto writes. Yes, this book is considered dark as it talks about non-consensual sex, forced interactions with different species, and being treated as an object. What makes this series so great is that despite the beginning of their capture, the ‘pets’ are all stronger and more content with themselves. They see their worth where they would not have been able to find that on planet Five. Then there is the attraction and constant need the aliens have for their pet. It seems that they treat their pets better than they do the females in their lives. This could be the fact that the women rule the race!! How awesome is that?

As this is book four in the series, I expected it to follow one of the other boys that were first captured. It actually followed, Rone, the alien who hurt Mac in the first book. I found it quite surprising to see how much he personally has changed and why he was a total ass when it came to Mac in The Captain’s Pet. Rone is on a mission to find out what and who is causing an uproar against the females of the race (events that had taken place in book The Rebellious Pet). I would definitely say that this book needs to be read in order as some things would not make sense otherwise. Overall, I loved this book and cannot wait to get my greedy little hands on book five (The Inconvenient Pet).

I was gifted a copy of this novel from the JeepDiva in exchange for an honest review.



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