5 thoughts on “Alien Revealed (The Confederacy Treaty, #1)

  1. Quick Take:
    While not groundbreaking, this is certainly a solid piece of sci-fi romantica. The scope of the novella’s plot is intimate, but there are threads that imply greater complexity on a series level, to be explored in future installments.

    Review: (originally posted at My Need to Read)
    This story is definitely established quickly and, in my opinion, efficiently. At the same time, there was apparent care and detail employed early on, enough to make the quick exposition feel thorough. Within th

  2. I liked it but…. I wish the blurb on the site had warned me about the anal penetration and the bondage play. Really. I feel like a broken record here, but please, tell me, when you read this blurb do you envision anal penetration and bondage play?


    Inarrii agent Alinna Gaerrii was tasked with observing the Starforce base on Earth. Crash landing her observation pod was not part of her mission briefing. Neither was making m’ittar—mind contact—with Major David Brown, the human who found

  3. This book had potential but ended up being nothing more than an unfulfilled promise. The plot was different enough for me to be hopeful. I found it a nice treat for our heroine to be the alien character and our hero to be the unsuspecting human.

    Additionally, I found that the primary characters were well developed. I was generally pleased with the most aspects of the story and enjoyed the secondary characters almost as much as the primary characters.

    The reason for my low rating and my main probl

  4. GIveaway on my blog of one copy of this book ~ see details after my review. . . .

    This book is a mixture of Sci-fi and erotic romance. It was different from what I normally read, but in a good way. I enjoyed reading Alinna’s reactions to human words, actions and surroundings. It gave me a new understanding of some of the things I consider common place, and words I use or am familiar with that might not make sense to someone from another culture.

    The erotic parts were good, and related well with t

  5. TBR Challenge 2011- this book has been on my TBR list since June 2010.
    SFR Challenge 2011- this book is 7/15 for the “Moon” Challenge.

    The writing is decent, but the book is short and the character and plot development isn’t deep. I would call this Sci-Fi Romantica, or Sci-Fi Erotic Romance. The sexuality is integral to the story, more so than the actual romance. The idea is good, and it could have been written as a longer, more in-depth study of the characters and the situation while still le

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