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Publisher Description

"Beyond twisted and filthy hot, Strangeways is the most unique sci-fi romance I've read in years!" NYT Bestselling author, Anna Zaires

I have been chosen.

One moment I was leaving work, the next I was entertaining a silvery-green alien intent on knowing me fully.

Their invasion of our world nonviolent, seamless.

They dress as human men, eat in human restaurants, vote, pay taxes, and are controlling every last one of us.

I don't understand how no one else can see what I see? That their beauty is a trap.

They have come here for women, intent on creating life partners—through seduction, mental manipulation, employing muscular bodies capable of fulfilling any female desire. Shaping themselves to our wants.

Until we've each been claimed, marked, and changed. Assimilated.

We don't have a choice. They can make us like it. They can make us desire them. They can make us do anything they want.

GENRE
Fiction & Literature
RELEASED
2020
January 24
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
85
Pages
PUBLISHER
Addison Cain
SELLER
Draft2Digital, LLC
SIZE
160.9
KB

Customer Reviews

KSON77 ,

Original Sci-fi Alien Romance!!

Rumor has it this is a rewrite of her first published story. Love this take on the arrival of aliens. Human males are dying out around the age of 40. Alien males are finding females who are compatible and working to perpetuate both species.

Totally unique, completely captivating.

smrae ,

Such a good read!

Such a great and unexpected sci-fi romance! Emily and Phi are such a sexy couple and I love this author’s writing style. The plot is unique and fun and I would love to read more stories from this universe. Phi is a totally sweetheart and I would definitely want one for myself haha. Awesome read and definitely recommend for some sweet and sexy aliens!

Eric122805 ,

Alien invasion

I’m a huge fan of Addison Cains writing. I’m always amazed at how she can take you into a story so quickly. Strangeways was short, but I would love to see it turned into a full length novel.

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