Review: Dual Abduction (Alien Abduction #3) by Eve Langlais

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Alien Abduction #3
Eve Langlais
Science Fiction Romance - Menage
March 12th 2012


Warning: This humorous and spicy menage story, involving two alien males and a human female, may have you wishing for an ET of your own.

They both wanted her. The question was, could they share her?

Abducted by alien slavers, along with her group of teenage misfits, Louisa doesn’t think her week can get any stranger until two big purple warriors arrive to the rescue—and then fight over who gets to keep her. Not interested in a winner, she clobbers them, but when they regain consciousness, they’re even more determined to claim her.

Best friends, Brax and Xarn, share everything; loot, jobs, trouble, until they come across a luscious human that stirs their possessive side. Their battle over who gets to keep her ends in a tie due to matching concussions, but what’s a bruise or two when it comes to winning her as a mate. When she keeps denying them both, they put aside their rivalry to team up and claim the one they want.


Dual Abduction is book three in the Alien Abduction series by Eve Langlais. This book is fun, light-hearted, sexy and full of laughs.

What another fun read in the Alien Abdication series and it can be read as a stand-alone.

Here we get a bunch of hellions – teenage girls, their teacher, and two sexy purple aliens. When we start our teacher Louisa is reflecting on life when her and her students all end up being abducted not by the purple aliens, but by little green alien men who plan on selling them into slavery. Then along comes Braz and Xarn hoping for a big score, but end up with a bunch of teenagers and their teacher.

Brax and Xarn share everything and they work together to win over this reluctant human who is not sure about taking on two purple alien men as mates. It was fun watching Brax and Xarn team up to win over their mate.

I enjoyed Louisa and her students. She’s got a protective streak for these kids even though they are difficult kids. I liked that the teenagers where capable of taking care of themselves and found a place to belong in this new world. I also liked that Louisa goes through a verity of emotions on how she fells and shouldn’t feel towards two men who clearly want to claim her as their own.

Besides the alien abduction romance we are also treated to a little action and adventure. I’m having a lot of fun with the Alien Abductionseries. It’s fun, easy to read, and just all out enjoyable.

Rated: 4 Stars

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I'm an outdoor sun loving reader living near San Fransisco. I’m a mother, wife, animal & book lover. I'm the owner, reviewer & mind behind Angel’s Guilty Pleasures. My favorite animals are horses & dogs. As for reading I love all things paranormal & urban fantasy & my favorite shifters are dragons.

6 comments on “Review: Dual Abduction (Alien Abduction #3) by Eve Langlais

  1. Nice. I’m glad to see you are continuing to enjoy this series. I like that each book is a different couple/group. The one series I read by her before was the same each time, more UF than PNR.
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    • I agree this series changes it up. We have alien/human, in another book we have alien/alien, in another book we have m/f/m, and in another we have a female alien/male human, so each book is a little different and not staying with the same thing.

  2. Um ok menage is not for me. Good to know – thanks for the review!
    Anne – Books of My Heart recently posted…The Long Call by Ann CleevesMy Profile

    • Some ppl don’t care to read menage or other erotic, so when I review I like to make sure others know, so they can deiced if they would enjoy or not. This series has a verity of different things going on. We have alien/human, in another book we have alien/alien, in another book we have m/f/m, and in another we have a female alien/male human, so each book is a little different and not staying with a similar thing. Thank’s Anne for visiting!

  3. the colorful covers sure do demand attention
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    • They sure are colorful.