Sunday, November 1, 2015

Her Stepbrothers are Aliens by Trinity Blacio

Title: Her Stepbrothers Are Aliens
Author: Trinity Blacio
Publisher: Riverdale Avenue Books
Genre and Pairing: Sci-fi and M/F, M/F/M
Page Count: 61 pages
Reviewer Name: Luna
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Publisher Blurb
Lea Clark was so happy when her Mom finally found the man of her dreams. She thought that not having to worry about her mom any more would take a load off of her shoulders, but she got so much more than she ever imagined when she married into this family!

Not only had her mother married an alien from another planet, but her stepfather was from a family of warriors to boot.

Did she mention that her stepfather had, not one, but two hot sexy warrior sons? And that her so-called stepbrothers claimed she was their mate as well?

Talk about keeping it in the family! 






Review
Lea is happy that her mother has found someone who not only appreciates her but will also take care of and protect her. Now she can be a bit selfish and focus on her needs and wants. That is until she is blindsided by her step-father’s sons, the ones who believe she is their mate. What happened to her me time?
In Trinity Blacio’s Her Stepbrothers are Aliens Lea doesn’t want one man let alone two. But Lea’s body is fighting her mind and her stepbrothers believe she is their mate, which means unless she wants to totally screw the males she has to give them a chance. But will they be able to bend and compromise? Can they accept Lea for the woman she is and not the woman they believe is best for them. I love that Lea refused to change who she was for love. She was willing to bend but she demanded she be treated with respect and as an equal. I loved that Gunner and Rogue were willing to give Lea some of what she needed in order to have a future together. I love that Ms. Blacio did not make it easy for Lea or her men. They needed to accept each other but it wasn’t as easy as the guys expected. But while they were willing to listen and bend where they could Lea also had to accept the differences in their societies. Ms. Blacio gives us a strong, caring and funny character in Lea and I thoroughly enjoyed seeing her blend her world with her alien mates.

                          Four Twinkling Stars

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