Contaminated
The people of my planet are plagued by a devastating genetic curse. To treat the disease's effects, we've turned to cultivating a rare flower. That's my occupation: raising and studying this flower. That's precisely what I'm doing the daycycle that an alien drops into our research plot, approaches our plant... And cuts my flower's head off, stealing the bloom.She stole our only hope. I can't let her get away.**Note: This 37K, standalone story is intended for readers 18+ due to romantic elements. There is no cheating. There is a Happily Ever After, because this is a sci-fi retelling of Beauty and the Beast--you have to have an HEA. (There is, however, no singing cutlery.) ***Important Note II: No unicorns were harmed in the making of this story.----------------------Cosmic Fairy Tales is a collaboration in which several authors are retelling beloved tales with a science fiction romance twist. Each book is a standalone, containing its own Happily Ever After, and they can be read in any order. Be sure to explore the other titles in the collection:The Hunchback by Regine AbelThe Frog Prince by Tracy LaurenContaminated by Amanda MiloThe Ugly Dukeling by Bex McLynnJackie and the Giant by Honey PhillipsEscaping Wonderland by Tiffany RobertsRampion by Susan TrombleyThe Lion and the Mouse by Emmy Chandler

Contaminated Details

TitleContaminated
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LanguageEnglish
ReleaseOct 22nd, 2019
PublisherAmazon Digital Services
Rating
GenreScience Fiction, Aliens, Romance, Fantasy, Science Fiction Romance

Contaminated Review

  • Rachel
    January 1, 1970
    4 Endearingly Unique StarsThis story is odd. No, not odd. This story is endearingly unique.Writing a review for a unique story is a bit of a challenge, but I will start by sharing author Amanda Milo's inspiration for the alien hero: Alien Next Door by Joey SpiottoYes, yes that is *the* alien from the infamous scifi horror movie franchise. Next, I want to share the author's delightful review for the story which details her journey and inspirational process.Told entirely from the alien MC's point 4 Endearingly Unique StarsThis story is odd. No, not odd. This story is endearingly unique.Writing a review for a unique story is a bit of a challenge, but I will start by sharing author Amanda Milo's inspiration for the alien hero: Alien Next Door by Joey SpiottoYes, yes that is *the* alien from the infamous scifi horror movie franchise. Next, I want to share the author's delightful review for the story which details her journey and inspirational process.Told entirely from the alien MC's point of view, this story tilts adorakably from humorous, heartfelt, to absolutely heartwarming. I was charmed. Imagine if the legendary science fiction monster wasn't *really* a monster, but was actually a kind, sensitive, gentle giant with a frightening veneer. That is our MC in a nutshell. Next, imagine if these legendary science fiction monsters were actually *frightened* by the alien nature and appearance of humans, and you have the set-up for this alien/human romance.I am a big Amanda Milo fan, so it is no surprise that I enjoyed this story. What does surprise me is how she made me fall in love with a big alien-like creature. I was practically cooing at his fumbled attempts at seduction. And, don't get me started on his co-worker!! I can't wait to read about this grumbly alien who struggles with OCD, and is secretly a softie at heart, in the next book.If you are looking for a unique alien romance, I would highly recommend you give this little gem a chance. I am still smiling a day after I finished.
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  • Amanda Milo
    January 1, 1970
    Im a little afraid to tell you where the idea for this story came fromBut lets do it anyway, because trivia is fun.(***Psst, Jo! Totally thinking of you right here.)Especially the weird behind-the-scenes stuff! (I just hope you still think so once youve peeked behind the scenes)This all started because of Kelsey Nicole Price & her husband Matt introducing me to ThinkGeek.com (RIP, ThinkGeek) where I came across this super cute spoof of a childrens picture book, AN ALIEN NEXT DOOR: IN SPACE I’m a little afraid to tell you where the idea for this story came from…But let’s do it anyway, because trivia is fun.(***Psst, Jo! Totally thinking of you right here.)Especially the weird behind-the-scenes stuff! (I just hope you still think so once you’ve peeked behind the scenes…)This all started because of Kelsey Nicole Price & her husband Matt introducing me to ThinkGeek.com (RIP, ThinkGeek) where I came across this super cute spoof of a children’s picture book, AN ALIEN NEXT DOOR: IN SPACE NO ONE CAN HEAR YOU CLEAN by Joey Spiotto.Seriously. You have to see this! It’s so cute ;DBut yeah, Pretty solid fact: We were all traumatized by a certain ALIEN movie franchise.Therefore, I just know I’m going to lose some of you right here. Because… okay, yes: a xenomorph-like creature was the inspiry for our hero and his people.But Waaait! XD Hear me out—isn't this like the ultimate Beauty and the Beast?It totally fits the morale of the fairy tale! If you can fall in love with a creature like that then you can accept any kind of ugly. Erm, if you can see past the scary beast to the heart of gold beneath, then go you, you get yourself a sweet monster! (I’m pretty sure that’s how the fairy tale goes.If not, let’s only retell it in fun ways.)ANYway, so this book, this children’s! picture! book! features a creature from our nightmares who suddenly becomes this humorous, relatable clean freak who keeps houseplants and walks his little facehugger and showers affection on his yellow tabby cat. It’s frickin’ adorable(even if, admittedly, it’s pretty damn twisted at the same time).And so, *clears throat, tugs at collar* I was thinking: what if this terrifying-looking race of aliens was cultured, and super refined, and rigid, and borderline OCD about everything, and absolutely nonthreatening? What if they are terrified of us? And what if we look like freaky little beasts to these giant hulking monsters—yet one of these monsters is captivated by the alien, just as the hideous self-skinning beast is enchanted by our hero too?Sheer morbid curiosity compelled me to see where the story would go. At first, my face was doing this in preparation: O_OBut it was really, really fun! All my favorite geeks were inspiry. Niles and Frasier Crane,Phil and Lem,Monk,and Sherlock and Watson!There was enchanted flower research.There was an enchanted curse casting couch.There was hero inspiry searches.I had a really, really good time.I hope you do too ;DHappy reading/being squicked out!
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  • Andrea
    January 1, 1970
    ok now this book was so darn cute!Its told from the 'aliens' perspective, and yeah- the hilarity of an alien imaging our backpack and clothes as removable parts of our bodies- and subsequently freaking out when we take them off- made me genuinely laugh out loud. And the romance part of the story was just as adorable. Def interested in reading about Simmi's hypochondriac adventure in the next book!
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  • Sophia
    January 1, 1970
    Tell me the semen is in a clean packet form and not a fluidtell me theres no fluids involved, Simmi chants, grimacing. Its sort of a gel, actually, Skynan says thoughtfully. And there are lots of fluids, she adds, tossing him a prankish grin that somehow hits me like a punch. Lots. Though I was irritated having to read this book, because I was trying to read CONTAGION, which I couldnt follow because apparently its a sequel/spinoff of this book, I am glad I did read it. It is a short, “Tell me the semen is in a clean packet form and not a fluid—tell me there’s no fluids involved,” Simmi chants, grimacing. “It’s sort of a gel, actually,” Skynan says thoughtfully. “And there are lots of fluids,” she adds, tossing him a prankish grin that somehow hits me like a punch. “Lots.” Though I was irritated having to read this book, because I was trying to read CONTAGION, which I couldn’t follow because apparently it’s a sequel/spinoff of this book, I am glad I did read it. It is a short, laugh-out-loud, fun alien story, told from the alien’s pov. It is always weird and interesting when things that we take for granted are being explained to someone who can’t even fathom them. And to see how they sound when they are being imagined or rationalised by a mind not biased by (or I guess, biased by different) culture, experience or preconceptions. Amanda Milo succeeds to deliver this in a very humorous and also illuminating way. A few times I found myself going “huh, I never thought of it like that”.All in all, this is a good light read.
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  • SheLove2Read
    January 1, 1970
    Any book that can make me laugh until I cry gets 5 Cosmic Stars from me! A fantastically fun read.
  • Amanda Perkins
    January 1, 1970
    4½⭐ rounded up.Out of all the Cosmic Fairy Tales, this was the one I was least excited aboutin a list where I wanted to read them all, that's not a bad thing, it just wasn't the top of my listbut while trying to decide what to read next and looking through the reviews last night, I came upon Amanda Milo's. I was instantly smitten after knowing the inspiration for the aliens in here. Proper creepy alien-aliens who happen to be scientific, neurotic messes of people? Sign. Me. Up.Told solely from 4½⭐︎ rounded up.Out of all the Cosmic Fairy Tales, this was the one I was least excited about—in a list where I wanted to read them all, that's not a bad thing, it just wasn't the top of my list—but while trying to decide what to read next and looking through the reviews last night, I came upon Amanda Milo's. I was instantly smitten after knowing the inspiration for the aliens in here. Proper creepy alien-aliens who happen to be scientific, neurotic messes of people? Sign. Me. Up.Told solely from his POV, Contaminated is a sci-fi retelling of Beauty and the Beast, and it is so much fun. I laughed the entire time.She may be strange, but she’s striking in her unusualness. “You’re so ugly that you’re beautiful,” I feel compelled to tell her.How could you not want to scoop this guy up and tuck him in your pocket? Seriously. Erreck is a lonely scientist whose only company is his super germaphobic and surly lab partner, Simmi—the only company he can ever expect to have, as a Carrier for the disorder his hopes of being legally mated are about zero. Together they work on plant-based research to ease the symptoms of a muscular atrophy disorder that plagues their people and has shaped what every member of society does, except the increasingly rare Clears who are treated like upper-tier citizens with no restrictions. One day while observing their rare carnivorous flowering plant that is the basis of their research, a strange alien comes up and just SNIPS THE FLOWER off. A chase ensues and from there it's mostly hilarity and hijinks as the human woman adapts to the situation. The Nancy/Simmi interactions are the best; she is so mean to that poor guy. While we never get to be in Nancy's head, her character is pretty delightful too. She's smart—an astrobotanist working on similar research to our two male characters—and adventurous and very mischievous/good-humored. It was refreshing to read a more positive take on humanity as a whole in an SFR.This isn't quite an insta-love story, but it is a little slower paced for how brief it is—at 37,0000 words, it couldn't be held off too long. It was fun to be in Erreck's head the entire time and listen to his inner voice as he tried to work out what he was feeling and why. And the plot is pretty simple, but I prefer that when a work focuses on characters; it gives a nice clean back drop to view them on. And the ending made me so happy. Erreck gets everything he deserves in the end. This is absolutely worth the read, and I'm so excited for Simmi's book to come out next.
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  • Kelly
    January 1, 1970
    Amanda Milo always gives us such fun aliens. In this case, they're ALIEN-aliens. Ish. The idea of a sweet, somewhat shy alien (and his germ-a-phobe sidekick) meeting, greeting, and hooking up with a scientifically-minded human makes me grin. The fact she helps him help his people while the two of them make googly eyes at one another makes it even better.Down to the nitty gritty. Our alien is one of many of his kind searching for a cure for the genetic plague killing his people. Since he's a Amanda Milo always gives us such fun aliens. In this case, they're ALIEN-aliens. Ish. The idea of a sweet, somewhat shy alien (and his germ-a-phobe sidekick) meeting, greeting, and hooking up with a scientifically-minded human makes me grin. The fact she helps him help his people while the two of them make googly eyes at one another makes it even better.Down to the nitty gritty. Our alien is one of many of his kind searching for a cure for the genetic plague killing his people. Since he's a carrier, he's had little to no interaction with females. Because he sees first hand the horrors this disease causes and doesn't want to pass it along to any offspring. Also, his carrier status makes him undesirable to a female looking to expand her family line.Enter our human. She's brave. She's curious. She snatches the flower they've been using to help alleviate some of the disease's symptoms and gets captured for it. Which, QUITE NATURALLY, leads to some quality one on one time between the human and the alien.The rest, as they say, is history.Yep, I like AM's aliens. They're different. They fall hard and fast. And they like the human ladies. *thumbs up*-Kelly @ Reading the Paranormal
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  • Biondatina
    January 1, 1970
    Easy reading story from the POV of an alien in a far away planet of the galaxy, when he meets for the first time a "human". Funny, cute romance story!
  • Poppy Rhys
    January 1, 1970
    Ahh, man, where do I even begin?This book blindsided me. I was expecting the usual greatness Amanda Milo provides, but leaping nebulae! This was a slam dunk for me. From world build to alien characters, I loved it and literally giggled or outright laughed for most of this book.Now, I know this book wasn't about Simmi, but he was my favorite, hands down. I cannot wait to read about that germaphobe! I mean, (mild spoiler) his reaction to Nancy/Skynan explaining human copulation?Thats beastly! Ahh, man, where do I even begin?This book blindsided me. I was expecting the usual greatness Amanda Milo provides, but leaping nebulae! This was a slam dunk for me. From world build to alien characters, I loved it and literally giggled or outright laughed for most of this book.Now, I know this book wasn't about Simmi, but he was my favorite, hands down. I cannot wait to read about that germaphobe! I mean, (mild spoiler) his reaction to Nancy/Skynan explaining human copulation?“That’s beastly!” Simmi sputters. Then he makes a flicking motion with his auxiliary fingers, urging her to continue. “Go on—what else?”Or this one...“Sometimes to scratch an itch.”“Your reproductive equipment itches?” Simmi is positively beside himself with disrelish.Still giggling! Or that time Simmi got one of Skynan's hairs in his mouth and guzzled sanitizer...“You probably shouldn’t ingest that…” I warn him.“Shove it down your tube, Erreck! You insisted we couldn’t shave her; this is all your fault!”I'm f*cking wheezing!Ahh god! There's so many highlights that I just loved to pieces, but I won't spoil them all. Despite my obsession with Simmi (he's mine—fight me) I really adored Erreck and Nancy/Skynan's relationship. It was sweet and funny and gave me all the gooey feels. sighs happilyRead. This. Book.
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  • FlewB'DoobeyDoo
    January 1, 1970
    OHHHHH I AM SO DAMN DOWN FOR THIS TYPE OF ROMANCE.MALE ALIEN point of view? DOWN TOWN BABAY.Male alien whose nerdy not clued into human gal?YES.Strange, bizarre, steammmmm?HELL.YEAH.BOO
  • Lisa
    January 1, 1970
    This was a cute story with a brilliant role reversal of the classic Beauty and the beast fairytale.Narrator is a male alien trying to find a cure for debilitating neuromuscular disorder afflicting his people. An unknown alien female cuts his prizes carnivorous plant and he becomes unwillingly interested in learning about her and her species. Coiled penises and multiple orgasms!Really enjoyable read. Love the warning about practicing safe sex and informative dive into genetic disorder and This was a cute story with a brilliant role reversal of the classic Beauty and the beast fairytale.Narrator is a male alien trying to find a cure for debilitating neuromuscular disorder afflicting his people. An unknown alien female cuts his prizes carnivorous plant and he becomes unwillingly interested in learning about her and her species. Coiled penises and multiple orgasms!Really enjoyable read. Love the warning about practicing safe sex and informative dive into genetic disorder and heredity. Loved the science . Love the characters!
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  • Nancy VanSpunky Reads
    January 1, 1970
    First of all, let me thank you, Amanda Milo, for finally giving a main character my name! I was up until 3 am reading and finally had to put the book down for some sleep! I am now reviewing Contaminated with great mirth; I'm actually still chuckling to myself like a mad woman. Contaminated is the most amusing, brilliant, hot & steamy retelling of Beauty and the Beast that I have read to date! Erreck is tasked with trying to find a cure or lessoning the symptoms of the Luunjag, a disease that First of all, let me thank you, Amanda Milo, for finally giving a main character my name! I was up until 3 am reading and finally had to put the book down for some sleep! I am now reviewing Contaminated with great mirth; I'm actually still chuckling to myself like a mad woman. Contaminated is the most amusing, brilliant, hot & steamy retelling of Beauty and the Beast that I have read to date! Erreck is tasked with trying to find a cure or lessoning the symptoms of the Luunjag, a disease that is fatal on his world. Erreck is a Carrier. (More info on that in the book.) Nancy comes to his planet to study the potent Morsuflos flower and ends up an experiment in Erreck's lab, sort of! Erreck nick-names Nancy, "Skynan." Comic relief comes in the form of Erreck's co-worker, SIMMI, who has a serious case of OCD clean issues. I continually found myself laughing out loud. (Really!) AND, evidently, SIMMI is going to get his own story. (YASSS!) Contaminated is brilliantly written and very amusing. Don't miss this one!! 5++ Stars!This book is part of a collection by various sci-fi romance authors called Cosmic Fairy Tales.
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  • Serena Buffaloe
    January 1, 1970
    Still smiling 😃😃😃😃😃😃First of all , I am an Amanda Milo fan ! I have all of her books , and I read them at least twice ( about 12 way through, I go back to the beginning ) when I get my grubby little hands on them ! I Don't like bugs . Of any kind . But what I do like , is this book !! It's sooo funny , that you will be laughing out loud, and you will do it more then once :+)) Errek is a scientist, and he and his friend Simmi are at work when the plant that they are studying gets taken right out Still smiling 😃😃😃😃😃😃First of all , I am an Amanda Milo fan ! I have all of her books , and I read them at least twice ( about 1\2 way through, I go back to the beginning ) when I get my grubby little hands on them ! I Don't like bugs . Of any kind . But what I do like , is this book !! It's sooo funny , that you will be laughing out loud, and you will do it more then once :+)) Errek is a scientist, and he and his friend Simmi are at work when the plant that they are studying gets taken right out from under them !!!! Some crazy bi- ped Alien has taken their special plant, and they want it back . It's important to understanding why their species is under cell level attack. Once they catch this Alien , what will they do with it ???? What happens next is a whole lot of funny times. Just trying to figure out how to communicate , and how different the male \ female parts are different ( yet the same ) , are beyond hilarious !! And the whole book makes me smile !! When I hear this Author has a new book , I Smile 😃😃😃 If you want\ need a smile , I recommend this highly !!!!
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  • Courtney
    January 1, 1970
    Received ARC from Author for Honest Review.I Give This Book a 5/5 Star Rating, Plain & Simple! :DAmanda Again(!!) Knocks It Out of the Park with Another Stellar Read!I Love Every Single Book She Has Written!In this Book I Loved every moment, even that sad parts.Im so happy to have another Series/Universe that I can just jump into and forget reality for a while.Im Already in Love With This Universe/Series.I Cannot Wait For Simmis Book!I Pre-Ordered This Book As Soon As I Got Word Of It, and Received ARC from Author for Honest Review.I Give This Book a 5/5 Star Rating, Plain & Simple! :DAmanda Again(!!) Knocks It Out of the Park with Another Stellar Read!I Love Every Single Book She Has Written!In this Book I Loved every moment, even that sad parts.I’m so happy to have another Series/Universe that I can just jump into and forget reality for a while.I’m Already in Love With This Universe/Series.I Cannot Wait For Simmi’s Book!I Pre-Ordered This Book As Soon As I Got Word Of It, and Then Jumped Onto the ARC as soon as I Received It.This Book is 1 POV Only, I Do Hope This Series will Have Dual POV’s. But the 1 POV for this Book, Fit Perfectly!Overall Appeal & Feel of the Book: 5/5HEA(?): YES!Heat: 5/5Drama: 3.5-4ish(?)/5Suspense: 5/5Romance: 4-4.5/5, It Fit the Book Very Well :)Dark(?): No :)Im a Mega Fan of Amanda Milo’s, I Will Read Everything She Writes! :D
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  • Jessica
    January 1, 1970
    Such a great idea!I loved the idea of the Aliens freaked out by us, because let's admit we do have loads of body fluids and we are kinda strange even to other humans... The love story was tender and sweet and still had a great tension at times. I only wish it sets a bit longer but at least there is another book out...
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  • Heather ANN
    January 1, 1970
    Love love!Read this in one day! Giggle laughed out loud and did the aww thing. This is a great love story of two aliens and a human. One alien is a friend in the end no reverse harems here but its such a great love story you only need one! Would definitely recommend if you want a happy ending to an alien book! Love love!Read this in one day! Giggle laughed out loud and did the aww thing. This is a great love story of two aliens and a human. One alien is a friend in the end no reverse harems here but it’s such a great love story you only need one! Would definitely recommend if you want a happy ending to an alien book!
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  • Tina
    January 1, 1970
    ContaminatedAbsolutely adored this book. It was so sweet and funny. I haven't laughed that hard in a while from reading. Erreck and Skynan aka Nancy were a wonderful couple and I really enjoyed their story. The fairy tale theme was ingenious for beauty and the beast. I would highly recommend this book and any book by this author. I can't wait to read Simmi's story lol.
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  • percy hoogeveen
    January 1, 1970
    Loved it!I love how this author makes true alien love stories come alive. This is not "insta-lust". This is getting to know and love someone so completely different , not only from yourself but from anyone or anything. There's humor, misunderstandings, but best of all -- there is a happily-ever-after. Guaranteed. If only live came with the same guarantee.
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  • Camille
    January 1, 1970
    So this book was super weird at first and I struggled to get into it. But then it was funny and interesting. This author writes some crazy stuff sometimes but she makes it work. Reading the authors note at the end helped me understand what Erreck is supposed to look like. So this book was super weird at first and I struggled to get into it. But then it was funny and interesting. This author writes some crazy stuff sometimes but she makes it work. Reading the author’s note at the end helped me understand what Erreck is supposed to look like.
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  • April
    January 1, 1970
    I've never been a huge Amanda Milo fan but this book was so cute and funny. I'm won over. Simmi ended up being one of my favorite characters. Hilarious.
  • Tisha Wilder
    January 1, 1970
    Amanda Milo is brilliant! Ok first off Im still reeling and I finished this book yesterday. I wanted to immediately leave a review but was so bowled over by its greatness I needed to get my bearings. Amanda Milo has been a favorite of mine since her first book. She has a unbelievable ability to write from the alien or other perspective. Describing what they would feel and question upon meeting a human. It is a delicious spin on the human/alien or other romance story. I Love It! She also is a Amanda Milo is brilliant! Ok first off I’m still reeling and I finished this book yesterday. I wanted to immediately leave a review but was so bowled over by it’s greatness I needed to get my bearings. Amanda Milo has been a favorite of mine since her first book. She has a unbelievable ability to write from the alien or other perspective. Describing what they would feel and question upon meeting a human. It is a delicious spin on the human/alien or other romance story. I Love It! She also is a damn good character and world developer. So many times I try a new sci fi author only to be disappointed in not being able to See the world or even the characters, this is never the case with Amanda’s work. You are sucked in and laughing, crying, rooting for the characters. She gets it all in there. Humor, sexual tension, discovery, love overcoming all obstacles, and of course the coveted HEA. I’m eagerly anticipating Simmi’s book!
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  • Marlena
    January 1, 1970
    This book is really great between longer series or if you just want a quicker read. Im a sucker for happily ever afters, and I loved how simple this one was. Erreck and Nancy were a cute little pair, but my favorite parts were when Nancy tortured Simmi. I liked the change of pace from Amanda Milos other books. Theres definitely a calmer feel to this book, and I appreciated it just as much as her other works. Honestly, everyone should read this book because of the unique way it was put This book is really great between longer series or if you just want a quicker read. I’m a sucker for happily ever afters, and I loved how simple this one was. Erreck and Nancy were a cute little pair, but my favorite parts were when Nancy tortured Simmi. I liked the change of pace from Amanda Milo’s other books. There’s definitely a calmer feel to this book, and I appreciated it just as much as her other works. Honestly, everyone should read this book because of the unique way it was put together... in a neat, short, and sweet package.
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  • Rasa Ievkalne
    January 1, 1970
    I read them in the wrong order,so I got to know Simmi first and it really endeared him in Erreks book.And I finally got to see a picture of species!So,this is a really nice alien/human love story. It does not have any action or journey, it is slow build of relationship, a nice falling in love with personality. I absolutely loved every page.Recommended to all alien romance lovers who prefer feelings over pages filled with rutting.
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  • Vixen
    January 1, 1970
    So sweetLoved it, it was funny especially the germaphobe friend and how the h would tease him about it. The H was so adorable in how he couldnt stop touching her once they initiated intimacy. Loved how he found her strangeness so beautiful to him. The language barrier at the beginning when they didnt know if she was sentient was funny. Really loved this story. Been enjoying the collaboration of authors in this series. So sweetLoved it, it was funny especially the germaphobe friend and how the h would tease him about it. The H was so adorable in how he couldn’t stop touching her once they initiated intimacy. Loved how he found her strangeness so beautiful to him. The language barrier at the beginning when they didn’t know if she was sentient was funny. Really loved this story. Been enjoying the collaboration of authors in this series.
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  • Cathy Williams
    January 1, 1970
    FabulousI adore all of Amanda's books!! This one did not disappoint! The excitement of the hero with everything new(the backpack?? Seriously had me laughing through that part) So excited to read Simmi's book!! Also I truly hope there are more coming in the Stolen by an Alien series!!!
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  • Marishka
    January 1, 1970
    Connected by characters with Contagionby publication order - both are standalones - although Simmi (Contagion) appears in this book before he's gonna have his HEA in Contagion. So correct reading order is below. 1. Contaminated2. Contagion
  • April Neese
    January 1, 1970
    This was surprisingly delightful. It was weird. Really really odd- but, Very well written, silly, and adorable. It was so imaginative and like nothing Ive read before. I throughly enjoyed it. Inner musings of a scary alien who happens to be the most sweetest soul ever. I loved it. This was surprisingly delightful. It was weird. Really really odd- but, Very well written, silly, and adorable. It was so imaginative and like nothing I’ve read before. I throughly enjoyed it. Inner musings of a scary alien who happens to be the most sweetest soul ever. I loved it.
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  • Louise
    January 1, 1970
    Character Relationships 5 starsWorld building 3 starspace 4 starsSteam 4 starsstory originality 5 starsEnding 4 starsslow or fast romance? starts off slow then happens very quickly. not very detailedTrigger warning? NoOverall 5 stars
  • Melissa Taylor
    January 1, 1970
    I just loved this book! It made me giggle insanely so much that I almost woke my Wife! As it was I got a nasty look from my Chihuahua Child as she was also trying to sleep. I cannot wait for the next one!
  • Carolyn
    January 1, 1970
    Beauty and the Beast go GalacticMilo has a gift for writing truly, distinctly alien aliens-I mean, these guys are waaaaay different- but her romances are supremely heartfelt and tender. This is a wonderful read and I can't wait for Simmie's book.
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