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I’ve been alone in quarantine for five years. Then a hot alien lands in my yard claiming he’ll give me antibodies to the virus with his vibrating… Well, you know. I haven’t touched anyone, let alone slept with anyone, since the Beerona Virus killed half of Earth’s population. This virus mutates faster than scientists can create a vaccine for it. I’ve lost all my family I’ve been alone in quarantine for five years. Then a hot alien lands in my yard claiming he’ll give me antibodies to the virus with his vibrating… Well, you know. I haven’t touched anyone, let alone slept with anyone, since the Beerona Virus killed half of Earth’s population. This virus mutates faster than scientists can create a vaccine for it. I’ve lost all my family and all hope of seeing my friends again.Until a naked, silver alien comes for me. The only words he knows are “Give antibodies” and “Mine.”He could be lying. He could have Beerona. I could be dead in three days after the virus eats me from the inside out. But I haven’t had sex in so long, and he’s as strong as a gladiator, as beautiful as Adonis, and did I mention his big… Yeah, it really vibrates.He needs things from me. Things he’s not telling me. He might be here to kidnap me, to take me back to his ship. I don’t know. But if he can give me antibodies, I could get my life back. I could have my friends and hugs...And tons of filthy, mind-blowing alien sex.What should I do? Should I open the door? Would you let him in?  Set during a fictional futuristic pandemic, Alien Quarantine Rescue is the first book in a new sci-fi erotic romance series with alien fated mates, a happily-ever-after, and alien vaccination sex. If you like reading dirty talk, fluid play, and backdoor alien sex, this book is for you.


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I’ve been alone in quarantine for five years. Then a hot alien lands in my yard claiming he’ll give me antibodies to the virus with his vibrating… Well, you know. I haven’t touched anyone, let alone slept with anyone, since the Beerona Virus killed half of Earth’s population. This virus mutates faster than scientists can create a vaccine for it. I’ve lost all my family I’ve been alone in quarantine for five years. Then a hot alien lands in my yard claiming he’ll give me antibodies to the virus with his vibrating… Well, you know. I haven’t touched anyone, let alone slept with anyone, since the Beerona Virus killed half of Earth’s population. This virus mutates faster than scientists can create a vaccine for it. I’ve lost all my family and all hope of seeing my friends again.Until a naked, silver alien comes for me. The only words he knows are “Give antibodies” and “Mine.”He could be lying. He could have Beerona. I could be dead in three days after the virus eats me from the inside out. But I haven’t had sex in so long, and he’s as strong as a gladiator, as beautiful as Adonis, and did I mention his big… Yeah, it really vibrates.He needs things from me. Things he’s not telling me. He might be here to kidnap me, to take me back to his ship. I don’t know. But if he can give me antibodies, I could get my life back. I could have my friends and hugs...And tons of filthy, mind-blowing alien sex.What should I do? Should I open the door? Would you let him in?  Set during a fictional futuristic pandemic, Alien Quarantine Rescue is the first book in a new sci-fi erotic romance series with alien fated mates, a happily-ever-after, and alien vaccination sex. If you like reading dirty talk, fluid play, and backdoor alien sex, this book is for you.

30 review for Alien Quarantine Rescue

  1. 4 out of 5

    Suzanne

    This is like two books in one: - an absolutely bananas f*ck-fest with a giant silver alien with a vibrating penis and umm sparkling rainbow semen (omg so much) that carries antibodies?! - a romance about the loneliness, skin hunger and lingering trauma of quarantine, climate change and societal collapse It was sometimes confusing how the narrative jolted back and forth between the two and there were some things that I had to handwave, but I think people who want something bonkers will enjoy. For me This is like two books in one: - an absolutely bananas f*ck-fest with a giant silver alien with a vibrating penis and umm sparkling rainbow semen (omg so much) that carries antibodies?! - a romance about the loneliness, skin hunger and lingering trauma of quarantine, climate change and societal collapse It was sometimes confusing how the narrative jolted back and forth between the two and there were some things that I had to handwave, but I think people who want something bonkers will enjoy. For me it wasn’t as much fun as her last series and I’m not sure I’ll continue. I received an ARC from the author. CWs: mentions of climate disaster, neo-fascist group takes over in wake of 50% of population dying from “Beerona” virus, extended isolation, friend is possibly dead?, past death of parents and siblings, discussion of genetic decay and “dead planet” Spoiler: The aliens can’t reproduce because genetic defect, but apparently this doesn’t mean the human women must have babies with them? Except that the book ends with the heroine pregnant, which kind of undoes all of the “alien romance doesn’t have to be breeder-adjacent” stuff. It’s also supposedly 3 days after they meet but the pregnancy is detectable except... the embryo wouldn’t have implanted? Like I said, hand waving. At least There’s a non-binary character and one of the friends is pan.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Megan

    PHEW. Well I finally read an alien romance novel and it was an EXPERIENCE. The author used the best words in her acknowledgements. BANANAS. BONKERS. And yet! For all the wild (and I mean truly WILD), components of this book there were also a lot of sweet and heartfelt moments. The only way to read this book is to buckle up and go all in. For awhile when I was reading I was convinced I wouldn't be able to give it a star rating because I didn't know if I thought it was good or bad or crazy or all PHEW. Well I finally read an alien romance novel and it was an EXPERIENCE. The author used the best words in her acknowledgements. BANANAS. BONKERS. And yet! For all the wild (and I mean truly WILD), components of this book there were also a lot of sweet and heartfelt moments. The only way to read this book is to buckle up and go all in. For awhile when I was reading I was convinced I wouldn't be able to give it a star rating because I didn't know if I thought it was good or bad or crazy or all of the above. Ultimately I decided that the world building and relationships felt fleshed out and it kept me intrigued the whole time. I was always curious about what insane thing would happen next. I wasn't sure if I would want to continue on with the series but by the end of the book I decided I was too curious about how the next books would go. But seriously...it's BANANAS

  3. 4 out of 5

    Sue

    There's a lot of wild stuff in this book because that's what Robin Lovett does but the feeling of loneliness in quarantine and the reliance on friends during trying times is spot on. There's a lot of wild stuff in this book because that's what Robin Lovett does but the feeling of loneliness in quarantine and the reliance on friends during trying times is spot on.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Megan

    This book was BANANAS and I loved it! Ellie has been alone for 5 years. After a virus killed off half the worlds population, and being around other people became a death sentence, she retreated to the desert. She hasn't seen another person since, except for on her computer screen. She and her best friends have kept in touch digitally, and they all keep each other going when the loneliness becomes unbearable. Then one day, a spaceship lands in her front yard, and a giant with silver skin pops out This book was BANANAS and I loved it! Ellie has been alone for 5 years. After a virus killed off half the worlds population, and being around other people became a death sentence, she retreated to the desert. She hasn't seen another person since, except for on her computer screen. She and her best friends have kept in touch digitally, and they all keep each other going when the loneliness becomes unbearable. Then one day, a spaceship lands in her front yard, and a giant with silver skin pops out of it, claiming he can give her antibodies to the virus. Say what?! She hasn't been touched in so long, and she can't help but be tempted by his offer. Gun's planet died, and he had to abandon it, along with less than 100 other fellow aliens. They are also slowly dying, and they've been trying to find a way to stop it. They have arrived in Earth's orbit in the hopes that human DNA can save them. Gun is the first to try to make contact. They've run scans, and Ellie is his match. Her blood can save him. It's supposed to be a simple exchange, her blood, for his antibodies, but he doesn't expect his strong, immediate attraction to her. Their connection complicates everything. This book was H-O-T!! I was over here blushing, alone in my house, while reading it! A similar thing occurred while I was reading this author's Planet of Desire books, so I shouldn't be surprised, but wow! The blistering chemistry between Ellie and Gun was fantastic, and I enjoyed watching them succumb to their connection. There was a lot at stake, for both of them, but they couldn't resist each other. I really enjoyed Ellie's best friend Charley, and the amount of care and love they had for each other. They really had become each other's family, along with their other friends, since none of them had any living family left. It was similar for Gun's shipmates. With less than 100 people left from his entire civilization, they had all become family as well. I will really enjoy getting to know more about them throughout the series. My only real issue with the story was Ellie's tendency to yo-yo wildly between emotional outbursts. I understand that her isolation had a detrimental effect on her mental health, as it would with anyone. But, she jumped to a lot of conclusions, and let her assumptions run away with her quite a few times, which tweaked me a little. Also, toward the end, something happened that kind of forced a choice, rather than Ellie actually choosing it for herself, and I wished I had been clear that it was a choice she was about to make anyway. Otherwise it kind of changes the way I feel about the outcome, and where she ended up. That's all I can really say without spoilers. Ultimately, this was a super steamy, fun romp and I thoroughly enjoyed myself while reading it. The author has clearly set up for at least 2 more books and I will be thrilled to read them! I received an advanced copy of this book from the author. This review is my personal opinion, voluntarily given. Reviewed by Megan from Romanced by the Book

  5. 5 out of 5

    Lauren loves llamas

    content warnings: (view spoiler)[enforced isolation (because of pandemic and government lockdown), fear of dying from pandemic, half of global population dead from pandemic (including relatives), medical procedures, abortion (in the past), gun violence, climate change (hide spoiler)] I very much enjoyed the Planet of Desire series, so I went into this looking for more sexy bananapants fun. I figured that the pandemic setting would either be too much (given the past year) or just right, and it end content warnings: (view spoiler)[enforced isolation (because of pandemic and government lockdown), fear of dying from pandemic, half of global population dead from pandemic (including relatives), medical procedures, abortion (in the past), gun violence, climate change (hide spoiler)] I very much enjoyed the Planet of Desire series, so I went into this looking for more sexy bananapants fun. I figured that the pandemic setting would either be too much (given the past year) or just right, and it ended up being a mix of both. And this is definitely banana pants, but the sexy missed the mark a bit for me. Unlike the previous series, this book is set on Earth after a pandemic (the Beerona, a name that made me roll my eyes so hard) has killed half the population. It mutates too quickly to make a vaccine, so quickly in fact that two people could carry different mutations and any contact with another person could lead to death three days later. Almost everyone’s spent the past five years alone, and recently the new fascist government has outlawed even leaving your house, which is enforced by drones. (I totally didn’t get this part and it seemed only to exist to add some external conflict later?) Look, none of this makes any sense. Basically, it sets up a very lonely, touch-starved heroine and then an alien who basically tells her he can vaccinate her… with his come. From his giant silver dick. In as many orifices as possible. But of course, the alien wants something in return… So up to a certain point, this was all the bananapants ridiculousness I expected. And then…. look, when it warns you about fluid play, it’s not kidding. There’s like buckets of the stuff all over the place, and there’s lots of porn-worthy dialog about “ooh, yes, please fill me up with come!!!” That’s seriously not my thing, but there was a Planet of Desire book with some similar stuff that I still mostly enjoyed the sex scenes, while I found these ones, well, boring. Part of it was that it’s very insta-lust with a side of fated-mates, so there’s not a lot of buildup between Gun, the alien, arriving and the sexy times starting. Ellie can’t seem to make up her mind about Gun, and overreacted to some things (she thinks he’s a robot at one point and it really upsets her) and underreacted to others. Similarly, the tone rockets back and forth between “I’m going to DIE in three days!” anxiety to “Imma fill you with come!” sex, and it was jarring. There’s also a bit of climate change anxiety in there, between Ellie and her friends living in what’s now the desert (due to climate change) and why exactly the aliens are visiting Earth. “It’s not stupid to hope. Hope is what keeps us alive.” She refuses to look at me, just stares down at her hands. “No. Letting go of hope is the only reason I’ve kept myself sane.” I liked Ellie’s friends, especially how “oh honey no” they were with her, you know, boinking a random silver alien for antibodies. I especially liked Charley, who didn’t hesitate to ream Ellie out for missing their daily check-ins, and who also was just incredibly adventurous. I liked the bits with Gun (yes Gun, the alien language is partially unable to be spoken with human throats so they just use the end bits of their names which all end up being words like Gun, Death, Fear…) and the rest of the aliens, but I was ridiculously annoyed that Gun waited as long as he did before telling Ellie why the aliens were on Earth and, most especially, that they were under a time limit. And while there are some queer characters, in the end Ellie and Gun’s HEA is very heteronormative, down to marriage and pregnancy. Overall, there’s a lot to hand wave, from the whole virus, to the antibodies, to how the humans are supposed to help the aliens. But let’s be honest, even with all that, I would still probably accept vaccination via alien dick if it showed up on my doorstep tomorrow, so I’ll most likely pick up the next book in the series.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Leigh Kramer

    Sometimes you need a bonkers alien erotic romance and this fit the bill. This was super hot! There are all kinds of bonkers elements and I’m not going to spoil them because it was such a delight to discover them while reading. This is set during a pandemic is called the Beerona virus, which is much worse than COVID-19 and also coincided with the rise of a fascist government. It’s different enough from our current circumstances that I was okay with it. The harder part was what Gun’s planet went t Sometimes you need a bonkers alien erotic romance and this fit the bill. This was super hot! There are all kinds of bonkers elements and I’m not going to spoil them because it was such a delight to discover them while reading. This is set during a pandemic is called the Beerona virus, which is much worse than COVID-19 and also coincided with the rise of a fascist government. It’s different enough from our current circumstances that I was okay with it. The harder part was what Gun’s planet went through and then his own health struggles. (view spoiler)[His planet died, leaving only 74 survivors. The species developed fatal genetic defects and they have found a cure in DNA-matched humans. If each alien gets a blood transfusion from their DNA match, they’ll be saved. Gun keeps holding off on telling Ellie that she’s his DNA match and that he needs her blood, to the point that he greats endangers his health and almost dies. (hide spoiler)] Ellie has been isolated for 5 years and I could thoroughly to relate to her loneliness and touch starvation, although hers was much worse at 5 years in. And so I could really emphasize with the temptation when a strange (but hot!) man with silvery skin lands in a ship in her backyard. Best not to overthink anything that happens after that and just enjoy the ride. I say that but I did have a few quibbles because I generally don’t like lie of omission plots and thought the heroine too easily forgave Gun. Also “we have to have sex so I can give you antibodies” would have been more fun had it not turned into a breeder romance. While there are genderfluid and agender characters, this book and the next will be m/f pairings and it’s not clear how antibodies are transmitted from someone who does not have a penis or if that’s even an option. I’m also concerned that one character is a DNA match for someone whose mind has deteriorated to the point of animal instinct and requires being locked up in a cage. That sounds like grounds for all kinds of problematic content but I’ll reserve judgment to see how it plays out whenever that book happens. Character notes: Ellie is a 32 year old white musician. Gun is an alien who is between 50-100 years old. CW: Beerona pandemic killed more than half the world’s population in 6 months, hero with heart issues (view spoiler)[he is dying, although it looks different from us. He has not breathed in a year and his heart is slowing down. At one point, he collapses and the heroine is able to rescue him but it is a close call. (hide spoiler)] , fluid exchange, slut-shaming, past abortion, pregnancy plot, minor character’s mind has deteriorated and must be kept in a cage, secondary character’s body is consuming itself and he’s now half mechanical parts, alien race with fatal genetic defect, deadnaming genderfluid character, gender essentialist language, ableist language

  7. 5 out of 5

    Fangs

    Content warnings: https://app.thestorygraph.com/reviews... 3.5 stars 3.75 steam Consider this if you like: Cum-play Pandemic stories Fated mates trope Porn-y dirty talk and descriptions Humanoid aliens Stereotypical HEA with a bit of alien flair My first alien romance! I've been intrigued by the genre, and although this book didn't blow me away, I think it was a good introduction. The premise was topical given the current climate, and I would love it if having hot sex with an alien was what it took to "va Content warnings: https://app.thestorygraph.com/reviews... 3.5 stars 3.75 steam Consider this if you like: Cum-play Pandemic stories Fated mates trope Porn-y dirty talk and descriptions Humanoid aliens Stereotypical HEA with a bit of alien flair My first alien romance! I've been intrigued by the genre, and although this book didn't blow me away, I think it was a good introduction. The premise was topical given the current climate, and I would love it if having hot sex with an alien was what it took to "vaccinate" me against a virus (named "Beerona" in this book). This virus is different, however, in that it keeps nearly all humans from being able to be in the same room with each other and has wiped out much of the population. Five years into the virus, and the themes of isolation and lacking physical contact probably strikes a chord with a lot of people and sets this novel up well. The main character Ellie did ask questions that made sense and followed some logic, but it often felt like the fights she picked with Gun were just to ratchet up the drama and could come out of nowhere. Given that the alien's cum is what helps share antibodies, there is definitely cum-play in this book in addition to a giant ballsack and vibrating penis. This alien cum is different than human cum (think more glittery and tasty than crusty), but it is a relatively big focal point of the sex scenes. The dirty talk was hot to a point but then got a bit porn-y repetitive, as did some of the steamy scene descriptions (a lot of screaming, roaring, ferocious pumping). The main relationship progressed very quickly, but that's a staple of a lot of romance, and things got tied up with a cliche bow that is never that exciting for me. I do wish the alien had been much more alien than just a sparkly human, but I know that's likely not a lot of people's preference. Perfectly fine book, but I would be intrigued by Charly's (?) poly escapades in the future.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Caro ♡ Hot Mess Sommelière

    Happy nonsense This book is clearly not to be taken seriously. Beerona virus? Far right motorcycle gang thug government? Vibrating penis? Yeah. Anyway, it was fun, but stopped short of being a completely light-hearted parody. Instead, we got Ellie and Gun going through a lot of emotionally harrowing brain gymnastics. Ellie has been alone for 5 years, with only her friends' videocalls for company. Her family died from Beerona and most of her friends, too. Now she lives in the desert and hopes for a dist Happy nonsense This book is clearly not to be taken seriously. Beerona virus? Far right motorcycle gang thug government? Vibrating penis? Yeah. Anyway, it was fun, but stopped short of being a completely light-hearted parody. Instead, we got Ellie and Gun going through a lot of emotionally harrowing brain gymnastics. Ellie has been alone for 5 years, with only her friends' videocalls for company. Her family died from Beerona and most of her friends, too. Now she lives in the desert and hopes for a distant future in which her government isn't a thuggy motorcycle gang that cheerfully tries out nuclear weapons on San Francisco and a vaccine. When Gun, a naked, shiny silver alien, lands on her front step, she is AGOG. And horny. Very horny. And so is he. Lucky them. But Ellie DOES come to her senses eventually and realizes that her horniness (and letting a strange man in) will probably kill her in three days. Damn. That's not cheerfull news to wake up to. So Ellie stresses and cries and panics, while Gun ... stresses over his own problems (he and his race are dying, unless their DNA match can save them). It's a dire situation, especially for a fun book. Especially since Robin Lovett makes us feel all the anxiety the main characters feel. A lot. Normally, being able to emphasize with characters is important. In this case, the story was so over the top ridiculous I would have preferred a less doomsday approach. Ellie's emotional landscape is just one meltdown away from total collapse. It's understandable, given her situation. But if you read about vibrating antibody-spouting penises on one page and then get thrown into a harrowing terrified monologue the next, something doesn't add up. Still, I thought it was a fun read, and I will definitely be reading the next book (Alien Quarantine Bodyguard?) because it sounds like good shit.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Amber

    Alien Quarantine Rescue is a wickedly fun and incredibly exciting new story that is sure to delight and enthrall. It is full of hilarious LOL moments, bottom of your soul emotion, and undeniably sizzling passion. We even find a group of quirky, fun friends who fiercely look out for each other. This story doesn't lack for anything. Gun is on a life mission. He has one goal on his mind and heart. Find his female match and then ask for something near impossible. It is a simple mission after all, so Alien Quarantine Rescue is a wickedly fun and incredibly exciting new story that is sure to delight and enthrall. It is full of hilarious LOL moments, bottom of your soul emotion, and undeniably sizzling passion. We even find a group of quirky, fun friends who fiercely look out for each other. This story doesn't lack for anything. Gun is on a life mission. He has one goal on his mind and heart. Find his female match and then ask for something near impossible. It is a simple mission after all, so what could possibly go wrong?! Ellie's life has been thrown into disarray for so long, that when she discovers a secret truth of the Universe it nearly leaves her dumb and definitely leaves her disbelieving. How can life ask of her for anything more much less what Gun needs from her? Will she crack under the added strain, or will she find her heart taking the lead for once and grabbing onto the best thing she has ever had? This was such an amazing story that was equal parts serious and fun. The characters were such a delight to get to know, and the story itself was a breath of fresh air. Ellie and Gun were such a perfect match. He wanted to give her everything she needed most in life while she was his ultimate lifeline. I loved this book! Robin Lovett isn't afraid to try new things and dare to make her readers question and challenge what they experience. Instead she gives us what we need - a journey to teach us that there is more to life then just surviving. She helps us to keep our hearts open and our minds imagining.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Melissa Cutler

    4.5 stars! After devouring her sex plane books, I had no idea what to expect from Robin Lovett with this new series, and I must say that I adored it. Not only that, but I can't wait for the rest of the books in the series. To be honest, this book was tough to relax into at first simply because the world building is so scarily realistic, Ellie's fears and loneliness are so realistically familiar and genuine, and even the fictional virus that destroys Earth rhymes with Corona. While I imagine some 4.5 stars! After devouring her sex plane books, I had no idea what to expect from Robin Lovett with this new series, and I must say that I adored it. Not only that, but I can't wait for the rest of the books in the series. To be honest, this book was tough to relax into at first simply because the world building is so scarily realistic, Ellie's fears and loneliness are so realistically familiar and genuine, and even the fictional virus that destroys Earth rhymes with Corona. While I imagine some readers will find that cathartic, I found it all way too disconcerting for an escapist, sexy romance book. However, once Ellie (the human heroine) and Gun (our sexy alien hero) start getting it on, the story, well, takes off like a space ship. To my (and Ellie's, ahem) utter delight, Gun has dirty talkin' mouth, a vibrating cock, and his ejaculate has actual virus antibodies in it. Yes, my friends, it's a fabled magic penis of Romancelandia lore. Also, the vaccination story I never knew I needed--ha! There is lots and lots of down and dirty sex for all your one-handed reading needs, as well as a ton of nuanced emotional arcs for both main characters. This new series really reminds me not of Lovett's sex planet books, but Ruby Dixon's Ice Planet Barbarians series. In both series, human heroines are matched with strapping, sexy alien males of a dying species and much yearning and banging ensues. I highly recommend ALIEN QUARANTINE RESCUE to all romance readers who like their romances extra-dirty with a side a magic Alien penis.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer

    I received an ARC of Robin Lovett’s new Alien Quarantine book in exchange for an honest review. Y’all know I love a good bananapants romance, and this ticked those boxes big time. I’m not super into sci-fi or alien romance in general, but Robin Lovett’s are always so fun and sexy that I enjoy them. This was no exception. I don’t want to say much because I don’t want to spoil the bonkers-ness. You should be surprised by what you encounter. But there’s a virus (She almost lost me at the name of t I received an ARC of Robin Lovett’s new Alien Quarantine book in exchange for an honest review. Y’all know I love a good bananapants romance, and this ticked those boxes big time. I’m not super into sci-fi or alien romance in general, but Robin Lovett’s are always so fun and sexy that I enjoy them. This was no exception. I don’t want to say much because I don’t want to spoil the bonkers-ness. You should be surprised by what you encounter. But there’s a virus (She almost lost me at the name of the virus, but I ended up thinking it was funny.) that has destroyed civilization and it is activated when two people are near each other. So our heroine is totally isolated when the alien comes a’callin’. As it says in the blurb, his splooge is an antidote and he’s ready to inoculate. His dick is insane and the semen is unique. And there’s a lot of joy in just being able to touch another being and be close. It’s a great set-up for a series, and I am really looking forward to future books. I wasn’t sure how I’d feel about a quarantine alien book, but I loved this one. Five stars. Super fun. Totally worth checking out.

  12. 4 out of 5

    rabbit

    Like many reviewers I noticed that this story can't decide whether to be a parody/satire about the current pandemic situation (Beerona! Nudge, nudge wink, wink. Like corona on steroids) or a post apocalyptic erotic romance. The isolation and loneliness narrative clash with the vibrating penis and sparkly semen (no I am not making this up). Halfway through, I can relate to the touch hunger but if you want a chuckle or a serious sci fi, maybe check elsewhere. I don't totally dislike it (and I got Like many reviewers I noticed that this story can't decide whether to be a parody/satire about the current pandemic situation (Beerona! Nudge, nudge wink, wink. Like corona on steroids) or a post apocalyptic erotic romance. The isolation and loneliness narrative clash with the vibrating penis and sparkly semen (no I am not making this up). Halfway through, I can relate to the touch hunger but if you want a chuckle or a serious sci fi, maybe check elsewhere. I don't totally dislike it (and I got it on a free Kindle unlimited membership) so will probably keep reading. Update 26/03/2021: Have finished reading it. Still don't know what to make of it. I liked it that it has some LGBT elements and it wasn't just a 'all male aliens because the females died out' scenario (so many sci to romances have this trope). Loses 0.25 of a star for a baby epilogue, which is one of my pet peeves but at least there was a reference towards lack of contraception. So many novels have the heroine indulging in unprotected sex then act surprised when they get pregnant, which is irritating. So all in all a very strange read. Different but strange. Not sure if I will read the sequels, I prefer a bit more character interaction. Not possible when everyone is isolated from each other.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Wherethefksyourcake (Rhiannon)

    FYI, I would totally be an alien f***er Robin Lovetts latest release has transported me to an alternate universe. One where giant silver aliens with purple eyes and vibrating wieners ravish women searching for a cure for their dying breed. But wait, it's not all about the aliens. Ellie, the female protagonist, is suffering from a disease of her own. Beerona virus has kept her in solitary quarantine for the past five years. Until Gun, the hot alien lands his ship in her front yard and promises to c FYI, I would totally be an alien f***er Robin Lovetts latest release has transported me to an alternate universe. One where giant silver aliens with purple eyes and vibrating wieners ravish women searching for a cure for their dying breed. But wait, it's not all about the aliens. Ellie, the female protagonist, is suffering from a disease of her own. Beerona virus has kept her in solitary quarantine for the past five years. Until Gun, the hot alien lands his ship in her front yard and promises to cure her with his antibodies. Did I mention the antibodies are transferred through his jizz. If you're looking for an outrageous, laugh-out-loud steamy romance, then this is the book for you. **WARNING - if excessive ejaculation/cum/jizz is not your thing, then don't read this book**

  14. 4 out of 5

    Coral

    “Alexa, play E.T. by Katy Perry.” 3.5 stars. Is this high literature? No. Is it giving the people what they want in late quarantine? Yes. People are: ✅ Lonely ✅ Horny ✅ Desperate for antibodies And this book addresses all of that. It’s almost post-apocalyptic satire. In some parts it’s like the freaky offspring of Margaret Atwood and Chuck Tingle. I respect that it doesn’t take itself too seriously and gives some knowing winks to the audience, without being distracting. That being said, it’s bonkers “Alexa, play E.T. by Katy Perry.” 3.5 stars. Is this high literature? No. Is it giving the people what they want in late quarantine? Yes. People are: ✅ Lonely ✅ Horny ✅ Desperate for antibodies And this book addresses all of that. It’s almost post-apocalyptic satire. In some parts it’s like the freaky offspring of Margaret Atwood and Chuck Tingle. I respect that it doesn’t take itself too seriously and gives some knowing winks to the audience, without being distracting. That being said, it’s bonkers, but no one is going in not expecting bonkers. So why only 3.5 stars? There is a plot I suppose. The characters don’t have much of an arc other than addressing the aforementioned list. The world building is minimal. But I’ve already preordered the sequel, so 🤷🏼‍♀️

  15. 5 out of 5

    Mara

    What a ride... my god. So on the one hand, I'm into this very campy literalizing of the metaphor of touch hunger that most of us have experienced during the lockdown over the last year. I think that's an interesting idea and it's clear that's what the author was going for. And I was into the idea/silly fun of having aliens with ginormous vibrating silver peens coming to give you a vaccine via their peens. It's just kind of campy fun. But I think the fact that this was a full novel rather than a What a ride... my god. So on the one hand, I'm into this very campy literalizing of the metaphor of touch hunger that most of us have experienced during the lockdown over the last year. I think that's an interesting idea and it's clear that's what the author was going for. And I was into the idea/silly fun of having aliens with ginormous vibrating silver peens coming to give you a vaccine via their peens. It's just kind of campy fun. But I think the fact that this was a full novel rather than a novella just made the erotic elements just a little too much for me. "Fluid play" indeed. o_O But I'm still gonna read the sequel I think? :D

  16. 4 out of 5

    Rosemary

    Gun is amazing. His dirty mouth was the best thing ever. Perfect *chef’s kiss* but It was cringy when he called her “little girl” during sex. Our heroine was TSTL most of the time. When her friend told her what her better choices were, our heroine’s response was “oh”. She didn’t think about the bigger implications of anything she did. She had the logic, reason and emotional intelligence of a 10 year old. That was disappointing. I’m glad my mate isn’t a total stupid dumbass. Gun was so awesome, i Gun is amazing. His dirty mouth was the best thing ever. Perfect *chef’s kiss* but It was cringy when he called her “little girl” during sex. Our heroine was TSTL most of the time. When her friend told her what her better choices were, our heroine’s response was “oh”. She didn’t think about the bigger implications of anything she did. She had the logic, reason and emotional intelligence of a 10 year old. That was disappointing. I’m glad my mate isn’t a total stupid dumbass. Gun was so awesome, it gets 5 stars. Also, I loved the names of the aliens. Loved it. Gun, Death, Doom. Etc. I’m looking forward to the next books. I hope they are in the same vein. Yum.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Tabs

    2.5 stars. I went into this looking for escapist fun but I ultimately didn’t enjoy it very much and found it inconsistent. The parts about isolation and being touch starved and sad were really well done and I loved the heroine’s found family network of friends. The bonkers sex scenes with buckets and buckets of weird alien jizz were less so. Seriously, there’s so much jizz. I also had problems with a scene later in the book that felt like nonconsensual BDSM. It made me angry and it didn’t feel a 2.5 stars. I went into this looking for escapist fun but I ultimately didn’t enjoy it very much and found it inconsistent. The parts about isolation and being touch starved and sad were really well done and I loved the heroine’s found family network of friends. The bonkers sex scenes with buckets and buckets of weird alien jizz were less so. Seriously, there’s so much jizz. I also had problems with a scene later in the book that felt like nonconsensual BDSM. It made me angry and it didn’t feel appropriate for the characters.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Riverofpatience

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I rated this book a 3.5 while it kept me interested and what can I say I love a naughty romance wacky book. The romance happened quickly and may be unbelievable to some. If you don’t like excessive porn cum and all that stuff this would not be the book for you. There was a part in the end of the book in the dark room that i did not like as it seemed that the sex that started off as something “new to try” turned out to be a punishment rather than for enjoyment and she was okay with that in the ne I rated this book a 3.5 while it kept me interested and what can I say I love a naughty romance wacky book. The romance happened quickly and may be unbelievable to some. If you don’t like excessive porn cum and all that stuff this would not be the book for you. There was a part in the end of the book in the dark room that i did not like as it seemed that the sex that started off as something “new to try” turned out to be a punishment rather than for enjoyment and she was okay with that in the next chapter which I found bizarre.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Laura Brown

    This story was a blast! I found myself laughing at the start, the way the author handled a fictitious pandemic gave me so much joy! This book was HOT, full of steamy scenes and a story that supported it. That's one thing I love about Robin Lovett's erotica, she gives you the sex but also a story that supports the erotic world, and has a plot one can sink their teeth into. I enjoyed reading about Ellie and Gun's relationship and hope there will be more in this series! This was more of a 4 1/2 sta This story was a blast! I found myself laughing at the start, the way the author handled a fictitious pandemic gave me so much joy! This book was HOT, full of steamy scenes and a story that supported it. That's one thing I love about Robin Lovett's erotica, she gives you the sex but also a story that supports the erotic world, and has a plot one can sink their teeth into. I enjoyed reading about Ellie and Gun's relationship and hope there will be more in this series! This was more of a 4 1/2 star for me, only because the fluid play was a bit much, even though it worked with the story 100%!

  20. 5 out of 5

    Cindy

    I wanted to like it but it was too inconsistent for me and I found the female character annoying. Some of it was good, like many others, I liked how the author described the loneliness and touch hunger (totally relatable during a pandemic). But the inconsistencies like how she was so afraid of the drones catching her outside but never thinks about needing to hide the ship. I tend to finish books in one, maybe two days if it's long, and this one took almost two weeks. I just couldn't get into it. I wanted to like it but it was too inconsistent for me and I found the female character annoying. Some of it was good, like many others, I liked how the author described the loneliness and touch hunger (totally relatable during a pandemic). But the inconsistencies like how she was so afraid of the drones catching her outside but never thinks about needing to hide the ship. I tend to finish books in one, maybe two days if it's long, and this one took almost two weeks. I just couldn't get into it. Also, Beerona... really, that's what the virus is called, lol.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Stefanie

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. 2.5 rounded up for the cover. There was no rescue, just s&$ I couldn’t connect to the heroine as I found her extremely annoying. If I can’t go outside for 5 years and had no physical contact with anyone and a hot and horny alien shows up? I’ll take it with a smile. And he was a little “mushy” for my taste. Alpha in the bedroom but too soft and sweet the rest of the time. Not enough content, just sex so I skimmed most of the book.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Kailey

    Like other reviews have mentioned, this book straddles the line between campy and serious and it does need to pick a lane. It started off with a bang (literally), was super entertaining, and had some great moments, but as the story went on I found myself frustrated with the heroine's inability to sort out her feelings. Gun was sweet and he was my favorite part of the story. I don't know if I'm invested enough to read the next one but I am curious about the Charly/Fang story. Like other reviews have mentioned, this book straddles the line between campy and serious and it does need to pick a lane. It started off with a bang (literally), was super entertaining, and had some great moments, but as the story went on I found myself frustrated with the heroine's inability to sort out her feelings. Gun was sweet and he was my favorite part of the story. I don't know if I'm invested enough to read the next one but I am curious about the Charly/Fang story.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Katherine

    I know I say "wow" a lot, but this book was totally unexpected. Meaning, I don't usually read alien, sci-fi or paranormal romances, with the exception of The Breeds series by Lora Leigh but I found this book to be highly entertaining. So much so that I couldn't put it down and I'm looking forward to the next installment. I kind of like my hero's to be a bit on the rough side, but Gun seemed really sweet to me. The story is sexy, funny and a bit bonkers in a really good way. I know I say "wow" a lot, but this book was totally unexpected. Meaning, I don't usually read alien, sci-fi or paranormal romances, with the exception of The Breeds series by Lora Leigh but I found this book to be highly entertaining. So much so that I couldn't put it down and I'm looking forward to the next installment. I kind of like my hero's to be a bit on the rough side, but Gun seemed really sweet to me. The story is sexy, funny and a bit bonkers in a really good way.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Zoe

    This was a little conflicting for me. I was so pumped about the premise of this book, but then it ended up being way too overwhelming and way too dark and sad. It took everything shitty about Earth and made it 100000x shittier. But I wanted to love what it was going for! The sex was awesome! I really liked a lot of the sci fi and alien stuff that was being set up. Everything else was just a bit much for me. Robin Lovett will forever write awesome alien sex though 💛

  25. 5 out of 5

    Nicole

    Not the worse book I’ve ever read, kissing the coronavirus had that honor, and it was entertaining. I did laugh a lot. But if you want to read a really great Scifi romance by this author, I would go with the planet of desire series. It’s sooooooooo much better Buddy Read with Izzy @ Happy For Now, Bree @ In Love and Words, and Kayla @ On the Fritz

  26. 4 out of 5

    Elizabeth

    As a single person surviving the Covid-19 Pandemic alone I can totally relate to the protagonists desire to jump in bed with the hot alien who crashes into her yard. After a year of quarantining I'd probably do the same. So suspend your ideas and beliefs about real world dating and sex and just buckle up for this fun ride! As a single person surviving the Covid-19 Pandemic alone I can totally relate to the protagonists desire to jump in bed with the hot alien who crashes into her yard. After a year of quarantining I'd probably do the same. So suspend your ideas and beliefs about real world dating and sex and just buckle up for this fun ride!

  27. 4 out of 5

    Carmen

    Antibodies I will never see the word “antibodies “ and not think of this book again. Such a weirdly entertaining book. The world building, the characters, the theme, and OMG, the steam! Ellie and Gun were two halves of a whole and when I say they freed each other I mean it in more ways than one.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Laura Wilson

    This wasn’t a bad book. I however didn’t like the political statements found in it. Not that I disagree but it’s not why I read. Made me uncomfortable. This will probably be the only book I read in this series. If you like SCI FI romance then you’d probably like this. I’m sticking with fantasy.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Chris

    This is banana pants. Instant lust and fated mates lead to lots of sex. There were some interesting explanations as to the compatibility of the aliens and humans. I did like how Gun and Ellie did try to learn about each other. This is a fun, sexy read.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Þórey Jónsdóttir

    1,5-2 stars Good plot idea but I was disappointed with how it turned out

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