You'd think being abducted by aliens would be the worst thing that could happen to me. And you'd be wrong. Because now, the aliens are having ship trouble, and they've left their cargo of human women - including me - on an ice planet.
And the only native inhabitant I've met? He's big, horned, blue, and really, really has a thing for me...
Format: Kindle Edition
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Print Length: 188 pages
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Publisher: Ruby Dixon (3 April 2015)
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What did I just read? Was that for real? Did we really just land on Not Hoth and mate with blue aliens?
Oh, you aren't that far along yet? Just ignore the beginning of this review then.
But seriously, why did I not read this sooner? I'm not even sure what's happening with my brain. My brain tells me it's weird and sci-fi (which is not my favorite) and yet it's smutty and almost sweet.
Vektal is the blue alien. Georgie is the human.
Together, they will unite two species. Or something.
The girls have crash landed (read this as: left for almost dead) on this crazy ice planet. They were abducted from their comfy, cozy, warm beds while sleeping and when they awoke, they realized that aliens had taken them in the night. Super unfortunate.
Georgie, who is awesome and kinda badass, even if she makes super questionable decisions, is the leader because, well, everyone else is weak and afraid. So, after the not so awesome crash landing on Not Hoth, she takes to exploring.
Obviously this is a horrible idea.
But Vektal will save her!
This is where the smut begins. And it's totally worth reading. I have no idea where I was in my life prior to reading alien smut, but I think it was a dark place, lacking love and laughter.
Because this is awesome.
On to book 2. I can't wait to see where this crazy sci-fi, alien smut takes us.
4.0 out of 5 starsMy Newest Kindle Collection Title: Ridiculous Alien Lovin'
9 August 2015 - Published on Amazon.com
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I'm not sure why it makes me laugh that I adored this so much. It's downright silly in places. Others have described the premise in detail so I won't linger on the plot or story line of Georgie and her blue horned alien love interest. I read urban fantasy series with faerie men and shifters in them so shouldn't be so surprised when a well meaning and conveniently sexual modified humanoid alien comes off as being adorably hot. I wasn't thrilled about the frequently mentioned human waste or the witnessed rape scene so early in the book but I suppose you could argue that the captive girls needed to be aware of the danger of their situation or they would never of tried to escape the "bad" aliens. I'm giving this book a 4 star, not because it's deep philosophical fiction, but it is decently written, fun, lighthearted and sexy fantasy. Just what you think you're getting when you check out the title but it's much more than the average sci-fi romance with a lot of sex thrown in. I really enjoyed the protagonist's constant referral in her head to how Luke Skywalker would have handled a situation when first exploring the ice planet. What American that grew up in the late 20th century wouldn't have made those same connections? Not-Hoth had me smiling from the first steps off the ship when a filth covered Georgie wrapped her shortie pajamas around her head for protection and set off to explore and attempt to find help. Give this one a try, what do you have to lose for the .99 cent price?
5.0 out of 5 starsReview: Ice Planet Barbarians ~ Different, sweet, & sexy. My new guilty pleasure!
12 November 2016 - Published on Amazon.com
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I stumbled upon the Ice Planet Barbarians series through another blogger. They had reviewed the eighth book in the series and that review peaked my interest, so I went out and bought book one Ice Planet Barbarians.
I wasn’t sure what to expect. I have trouble finding Sci-Fi Romance with substance. Ms. Dixon delivered substance and more. I was captured from the first page. Georgie and many other human women are abducted from Earth. The aliens that took them treat them like cattle and their fate, well it doesn't sound like it will be good, but along the way the ship crashes and they must survive on a frozen planet and come into contact with the natives, blue 7ft tall, horned aliens
I very much enjoyed the dual-POV’s. We get Gerogie and Vektal’s perspectives. It made it interesting to learn about both, the world, and what it’s like to be different and alone. I liked the language barrier, it made things difficult, but they worked through it until it got sorted out. This book was sweet, funny and sexy. Although the experience the heroine has gone through is pretty traumatic, this book was still light and fun to read
I loved the references or comparisons to Star Wars. The frozen plant they were on reminded me of Riddick, that ice plant he got stuck on & the ladies call it Not-Hoth from Star Wars. The other thing I got reminded of was Stargate and these symbionts they have to take to help them survive on the planet or they die.
The secondary; well all the characters we meet are interesting and unique in their own way. I had a few laughs at some of the things one of the girls said to help lighten the mood in a bad situation. I can’t wait for each human women to have their own story.
The only thing I got frustrated with was that Gerogie let a stranger, Vektal, lick her right of the bat and that she didn’t tell him their where more women than the five; before they went back to rescue them with the other blue alien men. This didn’t deter me in the least, just two things that got me, but soon moved past.
I loved Ice Planet Barbarians and couldn’t put the book down once I picked it up. Once I finished I went out and bought the next book in the series. It was that good and hooked me. I would recommend to anyone who likes a Sci-Fi Romance and who likes something a little different to give Ice Planet Barbarians series a try. The aliens are blue, have horns, glowing eyes and some interesting equipment down south.
This book was complete sci-fi romantic smut and it was all courtesy of Vektal, a blue skinned, intelligent alien and his gloriously packaged awesomeness. And holy cow...did I get a kick out of his barbarically romantic self!
Georgie was witty and had a strong personality too, making the match up between the two balance out decently well.
I enjoyed so much about this story-the romance was sweet, the conversations hilarious, and the sexy times singed...but I may or may not concede it was the blue skinned aliens that totally won me over here;)