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For someone who thinks rocks are more interesting than men, geologist Alice is proven how very wrong she is.When a probe crashes to Earth near a dig site, Alice Clarkson thinks she has hit the jackpot of her gem collecting career finding a real life meteor to add to her collection. But this is no mere meteor. It’s an alien probe designed to capture life; specifically femalFor someone who thinks rocks are more interesting than men, geologist Alice is proven how very wrong she is.When a probe crashes to Earth near a dig site, Alice Clarkson thinks she has hit the jackpot of her gem collecting career finding a real life meteor to add to her collection. But this is no mere meteor. It’s an alien probe designed to capture life; specifically female life.Abducted and placed on sale in an alien slave market. Alice soon discovers the pleasures of being a captive in the arms of the sexiest alien man she’s ever laid eyes on.Kerr, high commander of Kelon warriors raids a slaver station only to find a small human treasure he want to keep as his own....

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abducting alice warriors of kelon 1 Reviews

  • Tink Magoo is bad at reviews
    2019-05-15 18:24

    I really enjoyed this one. It may not be an original idea but it was written well, included plenty of sex and a decent plot.Safety - there's nothing really spoilerish, but I'll tag it just in case (view spoiler)[though it's never explicitly stated, I'm pretty sure he was a virgin along with her, so there was no OM or OW involved. There is an attempted rape scene near the end, but it's stopped before anything aside from her clothes being taken off happens. (hide spoiler)]

  • Becca
    2019-05-09 22:19

    I am torn between 3 and 4 stars on this one. It was one of my favorite plots - unappreciated, chubby Earth female, abducted by evil aliens, then rescued by hunky, alpha alien in a case of lust at first sight. This is a short story, and pretty predictable, but a fun ride nonetheless.I will use (and then butcher) an analogy of chocolate chip cookies. CC cookies are my favorites, but they do vary in quality depending on the ingredients and whether made by your grandmother or in a factory. Well, this story is like cc cookies made by a well meaning neighbor who used less than the best quality chocolate chips and too much sugar. The characters were a bit too perfect and one dimensional, the dialog a bit too kissy, kissy sweet and the conflicts easily and quickly solved. (At one point I felt like yelling, "get a room already!!!". No, not from the erotic bits - I like those ;P - but from the, at times, gag worthy sweetness of the dialog!)I was on board for 4 stars at this point and really enjoying this cookie, er, story, when out of the blue - there were some raisins thrown in!!!! (I don't like raisins - they will ruin a good cc cookie IMHO). The heroine falls for one of the most obvious ploys ever and gets herself in trouble. Right up there with the co-ed wearing baby doll pajamas who decides to investigate a noise in the basement! Authors, please! There is a difference between a plucky, independent heroine and one who is head smackingly stoooooopid! Thus, my rating of 3 stars.The good news is there are 3 more stories in this series, and I am looking forward to reading them all. After all, a less than perfect chocolate chip cookie is still a great treat!

  • Erika
    2019-05-20 18:14

    2.5 stars So eh. I am really glad I didn't read this first or I might not have read anything in the series. I started with book 7, then 5, then 6. All of those were over 4 stars and I liked the heroes. In this book, I didn't really like the hero. Or the story. Or the romance. Then last 15% was probably the best.What didn't work for me:--Arrogant hero who was pretty rape-y in the beginning with the heroine. But she got all turned on and didn't seem to mind that she had no choice or anything. So ... eh. Whatever. -- their only interaction and page time was sex. Maybe 10% was not sex between them. --heroine gives no thought to her family while she is off enjoying her sexual life with the hero. Meanwhile her sister and uncle are very distraught.

  • Ðawn
    2019-05-14 22:14

    Note: not a review - just not into a read with unattractive heroine.

  • Hollie
    2019-04-23 17:16

    I am actually embarrassed that even I even completed this read, even though it was a short one. It was brutal. Talk about insta-love. I'm a smut lover and all about some alien romance/smut, but this was just overkill. They meet, they fuck immediately, admit their undying love for one another, rinse repeat. I felt nothing toward either of the main characters. They had sex, that was it. I got nothing in regards to their personalities aside from them being horny all the time. Repetitive terms also had me cringing the nonstop. Such as, the hero constantly referred to the heroine as "my little one". It was every page or so. This story had absolutely not depth. Even the sex was bland and generic in my opinion. Definitely not a book recommend or an author I will follow.

  • Judy & Marianne from Long and Short Reviews
    2019-04-21 23:22

    When you look up at the stars at night, do you ever wonder what might be looking back at you? Alice didn't; all she wanted was someone to share the view with. But as they say be careful what you wish for, you might just get everything you never knew you wanted. While a woman getting abducted by aliens for breeding purposes and falling in love with her rescuer is not an unfamiliar storyline, Ms. Castle deftly avoids most of the pitfalls that accompany using such a well known plot, leaving the reader with a book that is familiar but not cliched, and with enough twists to keep if from being predictable. Alice is not your typical heroine, she is undoubtedly smart and independent but she almost seems a bit aloof, rather lacking in passion preferring her rocks to people. Nothing is directly said but the impression is given that she has been hurt in the past and to compensate she throws herself into her work rather than deal with people and their possible rejection of her. Of course it takes being abducted by aliens, put up for auction as a sexual slave, being simultaneously rescued and abducted by another, much better looking, alien for her to realize that there are worse things in life than rejection. And when she meets Kerr it becomes all to obvious that Alice isn't lacking in passion she simply needed to meet someone who was worth being passionate about. While my more cynical nature screamed Stockholm Syndrome when Alice professed love for Kerr after such a short time, there is no doubting the depth of Kerr's passion or feelings for Alice and later her feelings for Kerr. When Alice first meets Kerr she mistakes his eyes for pure black, only finding out later that they have glints of light in them resembling a starry night. I love this detail probably as much as Alice seems to. It reminds me of the quote from Nietzsche "When you stare into the abyss the abyss stares back at you." Kerr is a warrior and a pilot he has spent many nights out among the stars staring into the abyss of space and having it stare back at him. The romantic part of my brain would like to think that long ago there was a warrior not unlike Kerr, the first of the Kelon race, who would also stare into the abyss of space giving a little of himself and so space gave a little of itself to the Kelon people. The Methrill, the race of aliens who abducted Alice, are really an interesting study. The fact that they abducted Alice and were planning on selling her to the highest bidder immediately paints them as the villains, but the more I thought about it the less convinced I became that they were. The Methrill, although far from good, are more pragmatic than villainous. They are traders by nature, and as such are always on the lookout for what is needed, and currently what is needed is females with breeding capabilities. The fact that Earth is a thus-far untapped source for breedable females, will make them a lot of money and that is what they care about. When their treatment of and behavior towards Alice is examined it is easy to see that she is only a commodity to them. They are not nice to her but they are also not abusive. They answer just enough of her questions to keep her relatively calm, and although they did perform a rather invasive bodily examination they did this while she was unconscious, and ensured that she woke without pain. From the Methrill's perspective having an exotic creature like Alice will bring in a small fortune, but it is still preferable to have one that is subdued rather than a hysterical one. The only real problem with this story is the inclusion of an often used device that every female is familiar with and, if they are anything like me, really dislike: the moment when the heroine runs off into an obvious trap without telling anyone where she is going, under the pretence of saving the man she loves. I am sad to say that there is such a moment in this book, but like so many other moments in this story there is a delightful twist. Ms. Castle takes what could be a horribly cliched moment and uses it to not only let Alice learn the truth, but to let her stand on her own and fight for herself, for what she wants, for the life she has found. Abducting Alice is a fun read full of unusual characters, and the unlikeliest of events, like a wife getting along with her mother-in-law. Ms. Castle has provided a great remedy to a rainy afternoon.originally posted at

  • Emmy
    2019-04-23 01:20

    I can't help but think RIPPED after I finished this book (Sigh it had good potential) I read this book and got a sense of Déjà vu from time to time; firstly from chapter 3 (might even have been when Kerr was described), then repeatedly until the last chapter (even the epilogue) before I continued to the epilogue I smiled thinking to myself 'I kind of know whats going to happen but I'll read it as it wont be exactly the same, just to find out' - and I wasn't wrong either, even the ending was predictable because I had read a similar book. The 'other' book I'm referring to is Laurann Dohner's Ral's Woman which was published in 2009, where Castle's was published 2011.Read Dohner's if you haven't already; the similarity's are obvious to me, plus its much better...I thought this book was OK (hence the two stars), but i wont be re-reading it anytime soon if ever!

  • T00zday
    2019-05-10 01:40

    Someone else mentioned how much the plot in this book copied resembled some of the Laurann Dohnner books. I have to agree. I felt like I was reading a badly re-done version of Ral's Woman.Don't get me wrong, I still enjoyed it because I love the genre, but don't start this series with super high expectations.It's sweet. All the books are relatively short, with happy endings and characters you still get to read about in later books.PS - Does anyone else get the feeling while reading Angela Castle books that she doesn't particularly like Americans? She generally makes Americans the 'jerk' side characters. ** Re-read on 12/17

  • Chappy
    2019-04-23 01:28

    I just can't get enough sexy aliens in need of women.It just makes you feel good and what a great confidence booster. A lot of women often get rejected here on Earth because we don't fit into the "perfect" image and/or body type. I love when super hot aliens embrace these so-called flaws.Super steamy...I got so hot when Alice had to "teach" Kerr how to kiss.

  • Sans
    2019-05-22 01:35

    This was the kind of book I was expecting Genesis to be. Fluff with an attempt at drama. It wasn't great, but it could have been good if it was just a bit longer and the font wasn't super-sized (I despise font padding in an attempt to make the story seem longer than it honestly is). I liked the heroine (I'm always rooting for the plus-sized gals) and the hero could have been enjoyable if he didn't bring out the Insta-Love. "You're beautiful. I just know we're destined to be together, by the Fires of Elron!" Or something like that. And that attempt at drama? I've seen that exact scene in at least two other 'human chick gets abducted by alien dude/destined mate/one twu wuv' stories. Find a new angst ignition please. Again, it wasn't great or even really good, and certainly not worth the $5 I paid Amazon for it.

  • Delta
    2019-05-18 21:17

    Abducting Alice is a fun, quick, alien-abduction, sci-fi-erotic romance read. Alice is a likable 30-year-old BBW heroine (story not heavy on BBW theme), and Krell is a hunky, fierce, and sweet, alien-warrior-hero. There are seven books in theWarriors of Kelonseries, which I will continue reading when in the mood for some light, sci-fi-erotic-romance fun.

  • Genney Blass
    2019-04-20 22:32

    3.5 stars. This story, was very interesting I must say. Kerr was wow, his description dayum, delicious. Alice character was a little boring, I guess she felt closed in the world. Her sister was a Mega Biatch and annoying towards her sister. But at the end, Alice had her family, how cute was that; Wow and able to teach a man, what is your preference sexually, now that is what we need to do to. Lol, to have our pleasure more define so the men can be aware of our dislikes and likes. Lol. No but seriously this book was very good. Kudos to Ms. Castle a job well done.

  • ValerieC
    2019-05-12 19:22

    Alice was a lonely geologist working for an International mining company. She was short, overweight for her height (a size 14), and never had a date. Her only relatives were her gorgeous, man-hungry sister and an elderly uncle.Her latest field assignment for the company was an exploration in the western desert of Australia to confirm mineral deposits detected by satellite. She was there with her 4-man drilling crew when a meteorite slammed into the earth close to their camp. Upon further inspection, Alice determined that the object wasn't a meteorite, but likely a small piece of space junk, as it appeared machined. Suddenly, the object caused pulses to go through her body and she was unable to let go of it. Her crew tried to rip the object from her hands, but couldn't. Suddenly, Alice disappeared!The rest of the story involves how Alice was abducted from Earth by aliens who sell females as breeders to the highest bidder... and how she is rescued from them by Kerr, the man of her dreams.I am hoping Ms. Castle will write more of these, as the hero, Kerr, has two brothers, as well as a whole planet of female-starved warriors looking for mates. Could be a very good series. This was a quick, fun read...The downside to reading this book was technical, in that it was only available in HTML and .pdf from Bookstrand, so I had to convert it with my calibre program to .prc to make it compatible with my Kindle 1. That worked out fine, but all words with two Ls, such as well, shall, collective had only one of the Ls, the second being left out. Not sure how that happens or that it had anything to do with the conversion... this appeared to be possibly a word .doc file and needed editing badly. Also, the title of the book appeared often, as if it had been at the top of each page and was inserted into the middle of chapters. I got this from Bookstrand, and maybe I should have checked on Amazon to see if they have it.I will re-read this book in the future and look for more from this author.

  • Brutally Honest
    2019-05-20 00:16

    I skimmed this. The book is so one-dimensional I was kind of expecting it to be one piece of paper.All snark aside, I do enjoy the alien hero human heroine stuff, but this one... There was no character development on anyone's behalf, the heroine went through a period of token resistance until just randomly giving in for no reason that I could ascertain, the hero is a macho "this is the way things are" overprotective dude and ridiculously sure of himself... Yuck!

  • Twilla
    2019-05-19 01:37

    This is the second book I have read from this author and I think I have found me a new favorite author. This story is very much like Laurann Donher's Zorn Warriors with its own little flair. I loved Zorn Warriors so I am happy to have found this series. On to the next one.

  • Cal
    2019-05-04 20:17

    Woo! This wasn't the worst.BUT THERE WERE SCENES OF RAPE. WHY.Besides that, this was a fine story. Even though it's erotica, those scenes were short and not super over the top. So that's a bonus, if that's what you're looking for. I wouldn't reread it again, it was Insta-everything and super short. :) I liked it though! It didn't drag on :D

  • Miku
    2019-05-04 01:40

    I like the genre of the story but sadly I didn't like it that much.I really did try to like the story but because I had read too many books with the same genre I just felt this one is lacking. The story is basically: Short, plump, plain girl gets abducted by slave-trading aliens, girl gets saved by huge, gorgeous, wealthy warrior alien who thinks she's the bee's knees and treats her like a queen, girl makes mistake that puts herself in danger, girl gets saved by her warrior. And they lived happily ever after. If you just probably want to relax and want to read-Not too complicated , some easy reading, funny and simple read maybe this is the book for you. This book is similar to Dohner's Zorn Warriors book 1 "Ral's Woman". Exact same story-line, but on a more simpler level. This book is not as detailed and intense as Dohner's and for me it lacked the intensity of the hero's feelings. I do like that in "Abducting Alice" the women aren't 2nd rate citizens as in "Ral's Woman" so I don't mind feeling like I'm reading a rehoused story. I'm the least bit interested of her sister's story for she is known as a slut in the beginning of this story.

  • Asteropê
    2019-05-18 00:22

    Standard alien abduction turned mate erotica book. I enjoyed it. The only issue I had was it had things in common with Laurann Dohner's works. Or at least the concepts/tone/elements within those works. I'm NOT saying the author was copying, it's just bits and pieces I felt I've read or seen in LD's Cyborg, New Species or Zorn series. For example, (view spoiler)[in her Cyborg seriesinformation and video of the couple having sex was hacked and many cyborg males saw the footage. They all started to get uppidy and wanted a human female of their own. And in the Zorn series, once they saw how small, soft and responsive the first female was, the other Zorn wanted one and started to abduct their own females. And Kerr was said to have sharp canines (it was mentioned once), despite being a vegetarian species, and when having sex, at the end bites (though not hard) Alice and claims her with a "mine!" -- This reminded me of the New Species series. (hide spoiler)] There were other little things like that. I suppose with this genre and plot focus, there isn't really too much that can be done as far as variation goes, so I'm not annoyed with it or anything. That being said, I hope the rest of the books don't echo LD's work or I will become annoyed.

  • Claudia
    2019-05-06 20:16

    A typical alien abduction story with a heroine that is not your normal type: Alice is chubby like all Angela Castle female characters. Well, it was about time I stopped reading about "perfect" women. So Alice was smart and independent, interested in rocks and a workaholic. Her deepest desire to find the right guy for her. Little that she knew she will have to be abducted by aliens to find him.Put up for auction as a sexual slave Alice was rescued by Kerr. Kerr is a warrior, a pilot part of the Kelon race and when he met Alice he knew she was the one for him. Abducting Alice is a fun read but I cannot give more than 3 stars even for Kerr. I didn't feel connected with the whole story, specially Alice. She was sometimes to dumb for me. I prefer more lively and interactive, witty female characters but the whole Kelon world has potential for me.

  • Sandra
    2019-04-30 23:19

    This would have to be your stock standard alien abducting female humans to be sold as slaves story.Alice Clarkson, a geologist, spots a meteor that is really a probe and gets abducted in broad daylight, in front of several of her colleagues. The Metherill, an alien trading species, sell anything and anyone. Their slave station is raided by the Alliance forces and Alice is again captured, this time by Commander Kerr, who wants to Claim her ie marry her. She really doesn't get much of a choice, but Kerr isn't bad on the eyes and Alice is persuaded.Of course, there is a baddie who abducts Alice again and Kerr comes to the rescue.All in all a well written tale of poor Alice the Abductee.

  • Ladymcbeth
    2019-04-23 19:38

    So ... 3 stars ... I would have given 3.5, but it's not possible.The problem with this story is that I didn't feel the little more thing that make you dream.The story was good, quite well wroten but I don't know ... maybe too much sex scenes for a virgin and not enough action !Alice seems to be the kind of girl you don't mess with at first, but as soon as she meet Kerr, she is a gentle little thing just good enough to fuck !

  • Christine
    2019-05-17 23:32

    Aliens, abduction, rescue, hot and smexy attraction and a hunky monkey hero!

  • celticminx (aka: kristi or
    2019-04-26 18:23

    Ok. This was one of those quickies I've mentioned before. Heavy on sex but not much else. Good if a quickie is what you are after.

  • oshawnteexo
    2019-05-18 00:20

    Heroine fell in love to fast she meets hero and BAM! they're mated and in love. No fight what-so-ever definitely made me roll my eyes.

  • Christina C.
    2019-05-13 19:16


  • Les Chroniques Aléatoires
    2019-05-02 23:31

    Huumm… ce livre est vraiment particuliers de tous les points de vue, déjà rien que par sa classification ! J’ai fini par le mettre dans les romances érotiques, mais ça réunit de la romance, de l’érotisme, de la science-fiction… de quoi me faire perdre la tête ! Une de mes connaissances m’a donné envie de le lire à cause des petites citations qu’elle postait sur FB, c’était tellement à mourir de rire que je ne pouvais pas passer à côté !! Et ça n’a pas rater, j’ai dévorer les 90 pages de cette nouvelles en peu de temps et pliée de rire du début à la fin.Alice est l’héroïne de l’histoire, on suit ses aventures de son point de vue, qui est plutôt rafraichissant grâce à son intelligence et son esprit acéré. Elle a l’esprit ouvert et sait garder son sang lorsque c’est nécessaire, mais ce qui m’a le plus plu chez elle, c’est que c’est une femme de 30 ans, plantureuse qui fait du 44, ce qui nous change un peu ! Elle est mal dans sa peau, les hommes ne s’intéressent pas à elle mais elle réussit dans la vie, c’est ce qui arrive à beaucoup de femmes de nos jours et jusqu’à là on peut s’identifier à elle… puis débarque E.T. et ses copains !Les Kelons sont une races guerrières, Kerr en est un commandant de guerre, respecté par les siens. Il est le stéréotype même des guerriers alphas qu’on connait : viril, sûr de lui, possessif, impulsif, protecteur à outrance et sexy comme ce n’est pas permis. Kerr fait partie d’une race d’aliens particuliers, qui n’a pas beaucoup de femmes parmi les siens et les placent donc sur un piédestal. Grâce à lui et ses explications on entre bien dans l’univers que décrit l’auteure et surtout on ne s’y perd pas trop. Il est plutôt brute de décoffrage, homme de cro-magnon mais on s’attache quand même à lui.Entrons dans le vif du sujet : le sexe a une place prépondérante dans l’histoire, car c’est grace à un rapport sexuel que les Kelon réclame une femme comme leur, l’épouse en gros. D’ailleurs la "demande en mariage" de Kerr est la plus romantique au monde, si, si, je vous le jure !! Nan, je déconne ! Bon revenons-en à nos moutons, les scènes érotiques sont nombreuses et le langage utilisé est plutôt imagé Ce n’est pas du Molière, ça tiendrait plutôt de l’agriculture avec le nombre de semence et de labourage présent, mais on comprend l’essentiel lolLa science fiction est bien mise en avant, il y a un véritable univers qui se crée au fil des pages, avec une mythologie propre aux races aliens, avec pleins de différentes races et des guerres. Il y a pas mal d’action ce qui donne un peu de rythme à l’histoire. Il n’empêche qu’il y a beaucoup de choses illogiques dans le monde créé par Angela Castle : les aliens ont des vaisseaux à la Star Wars et se comportent comme des Goa’uld conquérant, mais ils ne connaissent pas le clonage… En tout cas, le gros point fort restera l’humour présent du début à la fin et qui vous fera passer un excellent moment de détente.

  • Laura
    2019-05-08 17:17

    Abducting Alice was given to me in exchange for an honest review by Manic ReadersWhile her sister can have practically any man she wants and flaunts every chance she gets, Alice is short and round and lonely. Her only passion is her career as a geologist and being her companies best kept secret because she makes them money.When what looks like a meteor lands near her work site she excitedly rushes straight for it only to find out it is something different and she is about to get the ride of her life in the form of Kerr the hot alien that comes to her rescue and thinks she is perfect and his. What more could a woman possibly ask for? I mean we have a yummy possessive alien who is hot and sexy the only thing that I could think of that would be a good or better would be a shifter or a vampire but then again nothing on the planet could be better than my husband in the reality but the fantasy, yeah I could picture him as the hot alien, yummy yum yum.Please visit http://lauralusbookreviews.blogspot.c... to read the entire review

  • Cogito_ergo_sum
    2019-04-26 17:25

    DNF 70%I couldn't finish this. I could have forgiven the poor description of setting (I didn't feel like I was there) if we had good characters, but these characters were boring cardboard cutouts. A shallow pool has more depth than these characters.The plot really dragged with unrealistic situations. Nobody reacts like that after being abducted from their home planet (I'm talking straight up sex with an alien, and then falling in love right away). Also, we get sex scenes after sex scenes. The plot is almost non-existent.I have no idea how the plot situation was resolved (I'm talking about the coordinates to Earth's destination being revealed to aliens), and I don't care. I've read many variations of this plot that were done better.Unless you're interested in just reading sex, I recommend skipping this book altogether.

  • Rachel
    2019-05-21 01:11

    I liked this, but it felt very.....accepting? It moved really fast and seemed to be a like a fictional story that you write for your high school english class. No real depth. The characters were great, but it just seemed unfinished and needing more when it came to description. Not a favorite, but I didn't hate it. I really started reading this because the third book in the series is Rachel and the cover shows her as a redhead. Not that I'm biased or anything :) The sample I read for Tara's seemed like there would be a lot of sassiness in it. Those are my favorite kind of lead females, sassy with humor. Overall I liked the story, the lead female seemed a little blah, and the story seemed unfinished.

  • Summer
    2019-05-09 20:34

    I just couldn't bring myself to like this book. I tried. I did. But it didn't happen, the main character to me was way too easy with accepting things and seemed to me to be nothing but a doormat. The male was basically an overbearing caveman. If the book allowed us to see inside his head as well as Alice's maybe I would have been endeared to them more but as it was... I may in the future give the sequel a shot. I'm all for second chances but it may be a while.