From the Stolen and Seduced Anthology! Alien Abduction for Beginners – The Intergalactic Guide to Humans Book 1 by Skye MacKinnon

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Emma ColePiper FoxSadie Marks
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These sexy aliens will stop at nothing
to claim their mates—including abducting them!

When hot, hunky aliens need to find a mate, they know right where to look: Earth. But let’s face it, not all Earth girls are easy. We prefer our guys—even our alien guys—to put in some serious effort. Good thing human men make it easy for them.

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Alien Abduction for Beginners
The Intergalactic Guide to Humans Book 1
by
USA Today Bestselling Author
Skye MacKinnon

Not all aliens are good at abducting humans.

Havel, Matar and Xil have failed too many times to count. Luckily, there’s help available for failed kidnappers: a diploma offered by the Intergalactic University. To complete their course, these three sexy aliens need to abduct a human female – and they’re graded on it.

The problem is, the human female has no intentions of being abducted, not even to help them get the universe’s most recognised abduction qualification.

The failures that Havel, Matar and Xil have experienced has let them to taking a course to improved their methods for abducting. Their choice is a human, they like the fur and the boobs.

As they listen to the professor and do the assignments, their interpretation of the material is hilarious. The way they happen to get their abductee is what I guess you could call fate.

Trish lives in a hovel, and had gone to the one place she knew she could get some work. Chandra did in fact have a job for her and a scooter for her to accomplish the task. Unfortunately she crashes the scooter, and that’s where our Aliens find her and take her to their ship.

This is a favorite scene as she wakes from healing.

She started laughing. She threw her head back and laughed, her entire body shaking from the giggles breaking from her chest.

“Is she reacting to the drugs you gave her?” I asked Havel.

“I doubt it. Maybe it’s her way of communicating her happiness at the situation?”

I shrugged. Humans were strange, so this may as well be her showing us how pleased she was with us.

“Do you have any questions, female?” I asked, hoping she’d take the hint and stop laughing.

She gasped for breath in between giggles, causing concern to rise in my chest which turned my scales a darker shade of yellow.

“This is a joke, right?” she asked breathlessly. “Is this my punishment for breaking the scooter? Did Chadra put you up to this?”

Again, the three of us exchanged a look. Chadra? Punishment?

“If you’d like to be punished, we’d be happy to comply,” Matar said smoothly. “I’ve heard some aliens expect punishment when they’re abducted. I’d be happy to spank you if you wish.”

The female immediately stopped laughing and stared at Matar. “Spank me?”

He held up a hand. “Slap you on your bum.”

“I know what spanking is. What the hell? Why are you doing this?”

“It’s part of our culture,” I explained. “We’ve wanted to abduct a female for so long and you’re just what we were looking for.” I didn’t tell her that we’d failed many times before. She didn’t have to know that. I wanted her to see us as strong, capable males who’d given her the perfect abduction experience.

“Abduction experience,” she echoed. “I think the joke is over now. Can I just get my scooter back and leave?”

“You cannot leave,” I said as gently as I could. “I already told you that. We’re in space and on route to Kardar. You will never return to Earth. We are your mates and this ship is your home.”

To my surprise, she snorted. “Yeah, sure. You’re great actors, I give you that, although you should work on your script. No aliens would ever talk like that.”

“But we are aliens,” Havel interrupted. “Here’s proof of what the Captain has been saying.”

The blinds to our right shot up, revealing a large window. Outside, space was endless and beautiful. I’d always loved looking at the stars, wondering which ones I’d visit in my lifetime. I smiled at the sight, then turned to the female to see her reaction.

Her mouth had fallen open, revealing her very flat teeth. Not a single fang in sight. Havel was the only one of us with pronounced fangs, but even Matar and I had sharp teeth that could rip a piece of flesh off a bone. Yet more proof that humans were incapable of defending themselves.

“That’s… it can’t be real,” the female muttered. She slipped off the bed and walked to the window with slow, unsteady steps. Havel moved to help her, but I held him back. I wanted to see what she’d do next.

She lay her hands against the window as if trying to touch the stars outside. I smiled. She was already starting to understand the beauty of our surroundings.

“This is a simulation,” she said, her voice becoming steadier. “I don’t know how you’re paying for it, but this has gone on long enough. Don’t you dare charge me for it. I’m going to have to work years to pay off Chadra’s scooter already.”

“I don’t know what you’re talking about, female, but this isn’t a simulation,” I assured her. “We can have a true simulation at some point so we can show you our planet, but now isn’t the time. What is your name?”

I knew I should have asked that earlier, but luckily Professor Katila wasn’t here to grade us on our performance. We’d simply tell her that everything went smoothly.

“That’s none of your business,” the human snapped. “And I’m leaving.”

To her detriment, the three of us were standing right in front of the only door leading out of the med bay. And there was no way we’d let her go. Not after the escape pod drama.

“Sit down and ask us questions,” I told her and pointed at the bed. “You’re supposed to ask about your new life and us.”

She raised her eyebrows and I realised they were brown rather than pink. Curious. “I’m supposed to?”

Matar nodded enthusiastically. “It’s what it says in the manual. You’re full of questions and we’ll do our best to answer them. It will calm you down and prepare you for the next step.”

“What’s the next step?” she asked, her voice wavering a little.

Havel grinned, happy to have reached his favourite subject. “Probing.”
Skye MacKinnon. Alien Abduction for Beginners: The Intergalactic Guide to Humans #1 (Kindle Locations 497-535). Peryton Press.

From here this book starts to sizzle, and the way they interpret earth things causes much amusement for Trish. She is however very interested in these men.

Their grade however suffers for some of those interpretations and they will do anything pass this course.

I laughed out loud for much of this book, and this relationship sizzles right from the start.

I can’t wait to read the next book in this series and the other contributions in this HUGE anthology!

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The Intergalactic Guide to Humans

Skye MacKinnon

Skye MacKinnon is a USA Today & International Bestselling Author whose books are filled with strong heroines who don’t have to choose.

She embraces her Scottishness with fantastical Scottish settings and a dash of mythology, no matter if she’s writing about Celtic gods, cat shifters, or the streets of Edinburgh.

When she’s not typing away at her favourite cafe, Skye loves dried mango, as much exotic tea as she can squeeze into her cupboards, and being covered in pet hair by her two bunnies, Emma and Darwin.

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