RELEASE DATE: November 30th, 2015
BLURB: Recent college graduate, Jacob Levy, is bringing his cousin home for Christmas break when they both witness a sudden flash of white light that takes them both by surprise. After dropping his cousin off, Jacob finds himself in a terrifying situation and stumbles upon the source of the bright white light.
That source is Bena-drez, an alien called a Traveler who had been scouting Earth from above its atmosphere. After a mechanical failure, Bena-drez finds himself stranded on the planet he was sent to study. The light-purple skinned Adonis was now stuck and could find no one to turn to for help.
That’s when Jacob and Bena-drez cross paths and nothing short but a Christmas miracle occurs. Their chemistry is shockingly explosive as Ben awakens a new side of Jacob, a side he never dreamed he had. Can Jacob come to terms with the new but startlingly powerful feelings? Could Bena-drez find some help, and possibly something more, with Jacob or is their meeting just destined for a Christmas catastrophe?
This short Christmas story is the first in The Traveler Series and contains some extremely hot and graphic sex scenes between a man and his man-alien. Get ready to take a trip out of the galaxy with this one 😉 It has no cliffhangers and can be read as a standalone.
……and I stand by that statement. This was a light, definitely fun to read, sexy – bordering on erotica – storyline and I thoroughly enjoyed it.
Holy Christmas Crackers! Is what comes to mind when I think of the very descriptive sex scenes, they were crackingly good (sorry, I know that’s poor, but I couldn’t resist). The storyline of a purple alien crashing to Earth and then being found by his straight “Mate” was so much fun to read, I liked the way the author delivered the humour that was scattered throughout the book and the Naked Santa Run was inspirational – nice touch Max Walker.
Now this is a short (unlike my sexy alien) novella, so things heat up pretty quickly and it has nothing to do with the climate control of the spaceship! But the author succeeded in giving us readers, sufficient background to make it feel much longer (yep, back to my alien again) so we are not left asking unanswered questions. I feel I should also point out that this is a prequel to the start of a new series, so it has a more of a HFN rather than a HEA but that was fine, because I was very happy how it ended and can’t wait to read more of these sexy purple aliens.
It’s gotta be a 5* Ho-ho-ho, I want a purple alien, stars from me.
****I would like to thank the author for the opportunity and privilege of reviewing this ARC. My opinions of this book, were entirely my own.****