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She intentionally abducted him because of his skills as a warrior, but when the chance arose, he stole her for revenge.

Aylia is on a quest to get pregnant, and in the time-honored tradition of her people, she must find a suitable male for the task. Seducing a warrior is harder than she expected, especially when her body turns traitor and melts at his touch. When he flips the situation around and takes her prisoner, he somehow manages to steal her heart. And she might just have to kill him to get it back.

Being the scourge of the galaxy comes with consequences, like females wanting his body--and males wanting his head. After he meets Aylia, he learns that not all battles are fought using fists and knives and the deepest wounds come from the heart

Through the vastness of space, brothels and unmentionable places in between, can this stubborn pair overlook their pride and past to come together? Or will they forever abduct each other, unable to admit their love?

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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


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Intentional Abduction
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4.2 / 5
once you go purple, you'll never go back
September 8th, 2015
Once again Langlais takes us out of this world with snark, sass, and a healthy dose of unmistakable chemistry. Wound throughout her suspenseful plot was the type of relationship that many of us wish for, even if it does start out on rocky shores. I loved watching the plot unfold, seeing the characters come together and realise what was right in front of them. Throughout, Langlais also continues to develop the galaxy in a manner that is easy for readers to picture, without ever hampering your imagination. I’m thoroughly enjoying the multiplicity of races and species that Langlais introduces us to. They’re all unique and well developed. The development spans morphology, general characteristics, personalities, and at times cultural histories. I can really picture them and am having a blast with the species names. The way in which Langlais develops her characters’ emotions is subtle yet poignant. I felt as if I were experiencing it alongside them. Anger and lust, fear and betrayal all shine through. Aylia’s quest was fantastic. Seeing her come into her own while chasing her mate revealed a great deal about her character. The vulnerability underlying Jaro’s personality is intriguing and makes him approachable. At the same time, he’s all alpha male and I couldn’t help falling for him. The cousins were a fantastic bit of comic relief. I loved getting to know them as individuals and the way in which they added to the story, giving us further insights into who Jaro really is. I can’t wait to see these two in their own story. This novel was definitely a welcome addition to Langlais’ Alien Abduction series. I devoured it in a single sitting and found myself immediately reaching for the next novel in the series.
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Great but again done reading in 3.5h
January 12th, 2015
Still too short for the money. I wish the story ran longer or accidental abduction was combined with intentional abductio n to make it closer to a real book size not a very short story. As it stands it should have cost less than 1 euros (or dollas)
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Awesome Read!!
January 29th, 2014
As usual, I loved it! Thanks for writing an awesome book and series! Everything I look for was there between the virtual covers!
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