Galactic Burn (Alien Hunger, #1)

Galactic Burn (Alien Hunger, #1)

by Mel Teshco

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Overview

Humans have been almost wiped out. All the males are gone and only a few hundred females worldwide survived the devastation. The same deadly virus annihilated the female population of a mighty alien nation, and their three kings—Dar, Ezra and Maddox—are looking for one special female, Lillian, to capture and seduce.Though Lillian survived, she has no memory and struggles with the fact that three alien men have become her lovers. One by one, they take her, make her burn for release and satisfy her every sexual need. She craves their touches, their kisses, their comforting embraces while forming strong emotional bonds with each. Lillian is falling for her sexy aliens and agrees to become their life mate in a special ceremony—her three males will make love to Lillian as all the surviving alien males watch.But, as the ceremony nears, Lillian begins to remember. The aliens lied and covered up the horrible truth. Their happy, new life together might not be possible after all.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940163830053
Publisher: Mel Teshco
Publication date: 02/14/2020
Series: Alien Hunger
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 280 KB

About the Author

Mel Teshco lives in the beautiful country of QLD Australia, where the open spaces of her acreage, fondly called 'the block', gives her room to breathe. When she isn't writing or dreaming of writing, she is often found gazing out the window at the surrounding mountains and thinking how very lucky she is. With one semi-patient husband, three gorgeous girls, two fat horses, one crazy Belgian shepherd and three cats who run the house, writing has (mostly) kept her sane.

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Galactic Burn 3.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I wanted to like this book but it fell short from beginning to end. The dialogue between the characters was choppy. The descriptions of the love scenes was rushed. The story build was confusing. I think this story could be a good read if the author used the book in its current condition as the rough draft.
HeadInTheCloudsToday More than 1 year ago
I love Alien Romance novels with aliens needing Earth females to continue their race. I do not recommend this series. I found that the whole memory erasure to be awkward and the "sudden discovery" of the aliens were hiding to be obvious. I hated the heroine and found her to be a simpering spineless woman. I do not plan on reading anymore of this series and recommend Tracy St. John if you are looking for a good multiple partner alien romance.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Other than the fact that this story could have been fleshed out a bit and ended rather abruptly, I i found it to be a good read. I'm definately interested enough to buy the next book in the series and see where it goes.
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I'll have one of each