Sunday, September 14, 2014

Liza snags a promising book: Alien Attachment by Sabine Priestley

Since there are very few edible fish in space, when I go fishing in space, I fish for great books. I'm not sure how they come to be floating about in space, but they are, and some of them are extremely good. Today, we snared a very promising one.

Alien Attachment by Sabine Priestley.

Finding one’s psi-mate is something every Sandarian hopes for, but when Ian Cavacent accidentally starts the bonding process with the Earthling, Dani, he has to fight his desire with every ounce of his being. If the process is completed, it would be both political and financial suicide for Ian and his family.

         A natural klutz, Dani somehow always manages to land on her feet and win those mixed martial arts matches she’s so fond of. At home on Cat Island her balance is thrown when bazillionaire Ian takes notice. Unfortunately some butt-ugly Torog aliens also take notice sending her life spiraling out of control and into Ian’s arms.

      But Dani isn’t the type of woman to let alien voodoo decide her future or her mate…no matter how gorgeous the man is or how much pleasure he gives her.

      For centuries the Cavacents have mined Earth for a precious element, carnium, while protecting the planet from other alien species.

      Thanks to the Torogs, Dani and Ian must flee to Sandaria. As Dani learns to use her newfound psi powers, the empire crumbles around them.

      Will their love be strong enough to keep them alive and get them back to Earth?

Waves of pleasure radiated out from his touch. She looked up into his eyes. They truly were the greenest eyes she’d ever seen and as she watched, they began to glow.
Oh, shit. Dani took a slow, shaky breath. She stood in the arms of an alien and this was the point of no return. Did she want to return? 
His thumb brushed her lower lip.
The heat in her grew. 
Her name was a rumbling growl that reverberated deep inside. She tingled everywhere. 
He leaned forward, his mouth brushed her ear. “I’ll leave if you want me to, just say the word.”
He kissed her neck, tentatively, questioningly.  The heat of his lips melted any resolve she may have harbored. The thought of him leaving her now, in this state, was unbearable. Aroused on every level, she reached her arms around his neck and pressed against him. 
This must be a dream. She moaned as he nipped his way down her neck causing little sparks of pain. Her entire body rippled with the effect. If I wake up now, I’m killing the person responsible. 

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 Sabine grew up in Phoenix, but has lived in Arizona, California, Colorado, Utah, Idaho, Texas, Massachusetts and Florida. She has a BS in Electrical Engineering Technologies and did everything but her thesis for a Masters degree in Cultural Anthropology, looking at the nexus of culture and technology. She was a Project Manager flying back and forth between Tucson and Boston when she met her very own alien. She spent a year running the QA department for a seriously cool and under appreciated computer telephony system then moved to California where she ran a small tech support group for a company making DSL routers before anyone knew what DSL was. A life long fan of Science Fiction and Romance novels, Alien Attachments naturally gelled in her imagination. Sabine lives in Florida with her husband, kids, cats and whole mess of characters in her head. 




  1. I've never read a Sci Fi Romance, but this one sounds good!

    1. It does. I think it would be a good sci fi rom introduction.

  2. Floating space books are not my thing, but cover is hot!!!

    1. You won't read it because there aren't any horses or cowboys. However, I did review a sci fi rom with horses and cowboys. That one should probably be your gateway book. to sci fi rom.

  3. Kind of hard to fit historical into sci fi, although I have read some sci fi romances in the past. This one sounds intriguing. Great catch, Liza!

    1. Little know fact. I've mostly written historical, but my second most frequent is Sci fi Roms. My third most frequent is contemporaries. But the percentages are very close. I've even written about ten paranomals.

      So I can go in any direction.

  4. Sounds like a good story! You sure know how to find those book fish in space! :)

    1. Yes I do. Casting is tricky. If you accidentally snag a comet, all hell breaks out.


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