"alien abduction has never been more fun and sexy"
Vladei is a Dragoona on a deep space mission and who has
had enough of the single life. He's waited for the last
year for an opportunity and a sign from the gods to end
his loneliness, and finally gets both when he's given a
vision of the Blue Planet where he will acquire a wife.
Vladei speaks over four-hundred languages (the most
important and universal of which are the languages of love
and desire,) and his mere touch can cause instant euphoria
and an orgasm. Not to mention his to-die-for body and
entrancing liquid silver eyes that could melt any female's
heart. What more could a woman ask for?
Hmm, if the woman is one struggling writer named Maggie
Stewart, she would say a woman could ask for someone
human! That is before her car stalls on a deserted road in
the Ozarks, an alien space craft lands in front of it and
out walks the very virile, built-like-a- Greek-god, Vladei
Her therapist had suggested the trip to get away from
things and to clear her head after Maggie catches her
rich, lying boyfriend cheating on her. Little did Maggie
or her therapist know just how far she would be getting
away from things.
Anxious, confused and much too turned on to trust her own
judgement, Maggie makes a last ditch effort to regain her
sanity and logic and tells Vladei that she is married. But
when a repentant Vladei agrees to return her home, Maggie
doesn't know whether to be relieved that she is going to
get her way, or guilty and saddened that Vladei will
be "punished" for his "error".
In TAMING HIM, alien abduction has never been more fun and
sexy. Maggie's facetious sense of humor and Vladei's
Starman- esque innocence and earnestness make a winning
combination that gives the term "anal probe" new and
Pillow has fashioned an unlikely and enticing world where
women are cherished and treated like queens, their every
dream and wish fulfilled by the strapping and willing men
in their lives, which inevitably makes this erotic science
fiction romance a fantasy romp well- worth the trip.
Posted December 26, 2005
Reviewed by Gracie McKeever
Posted November 19, 2006