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They both wanted her. The question was, could they share her?

Abducted by alien slavers, along with her group of teenage misfits, Louisa doesn’t think her week can get any stranger until two big purple warriors arrive to the rescue—and then fight over who gets to keep her. Not interested in a winner, she clobbers them, but when they regain consciousness, they’re even more determined to claim her.

Best friends, Brax and Xarn, share everything; loot, jobs, trouble, until they come across a luscious human that stirs their possessive side. Their battle over who gets to keep her ends in a tie due to matching concussions, but what’s a bruise or two when it comes to winning her as a mate. When she keeps denying them both, they put aside their rivalry to team up and claim the one they want.

Warning: Contains mature subject mature. Reader discretion is advised.

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Each book in the Alien Abduction series can be read as a stand alone but for total reader enjoyment, it is recommended you read them in order.

  • Book One - Accidental Abduction
  • Book Two - Intentional Abduction
  • Book Three - Dual Abduction
  • Book Four - Mercenary Abduction
  • Book Five - Heroic Abduction

Book Reviews

Dual Abduction
Average rating
4.3 / 5
a double dose of purple love!
September 9th, 2015
This story was abso-positive-lutely frukxing fantastic! Langlais’ vivid, larger than life descriptions made it easy for me to travel the galaxy on this suspenseful, hotter than Hades journey with her loveable characters. The fast paced, action intensive plot held my attention, keeping me on the edge of my seat. Langlais also continues to develop her alien culture, highlighting family ties and interactions that were so very real. Everything combined for a phenomenal whole that I didn’t dare put down. Our introduction to Louisa is absolutely priceless. I mean, I can’t deny that I wouldn’t do the same thing in her situation, but I couldn’t stifle my giggles. I also felt as if I had a good sense of who she was after her opening ordeal. Her indecision and confusion throughout, especially with respect to her men, made her easy to identify with, while also highlighting the interpersonal relationships in the tale. Langlais also develops Brax and Xarn in such a manner that I really got to know the inseparable duo, while also getting a peak at who they are as individuals. This complexity of characters really took the tale to an entirely new level for me. Hot sex & a suspenseful plot: What more can a gal ask for? Except maybe this double dose of purple leading men.
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