When is a case of mistaken identity a good thing?

When you’re an alien spy crash landing on a human military base.

When Inarrii agent Alinna Gaerrii crash lands her observation pod on an Earth Starforce base she is mistaken for the psychologist sent to evaluate Major David Brown and his team. David’s team is suspicious, but the possibility that she might be an alien isn’t even on their radar.

In Alien Revealed by Lilly Cain, Alinna and David prove that an unplanned first contact can steam up the pages!

If you like a little SciFi with your erotic romance, this short novel is a great choice. Enough world-building, plot, and context to set up the SciFi aspect of the story and lots of well written erotic encounters to keep the pages turning. When you close the book on this one, you’ll be counting the days until the next installment in The Confederacy Treaty series. I know I am!

What I loved about the heroine: Alinna is a terrible liar. She might have been a good choice as a remote observer but she is terrible at undercover work. Charming!

What I loved about the hero: David Brown is a military guy who just doesn’t want anything getting in the way of his mission, but he is clever enough to see the big picture and take a chance when the situation changes in ways he couldn’t have expected.

Other cool stuff: The author does a great job weaving the differences in Inarrii physiology and culture into the story. And on the subtle humor side – Alinna’s first experience with human cuisine is hospital food. What a great first impression?

Genre: Futuristic Erotic Romance

Primary format: ebook (ePub)

Publication date: 2011

Publisher: Carina Press

5 thoughts on “When is a case of mistaken identity a good thing?

  1. I love how his name is so plain. David Brown. Could it be any more generic? *laugh*

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