From the Captured and Captivated Anthology: Alien Abduction for Pirates – The Intergalactic Guide to Humans Book 2.5 By Skye MacKinnon

Captured and Captivated
A Limited Edition Collection of Alien Abduction Romances


Alien Abduction for Pirates by Skye MacKinnon
The Alien Warrior’s Princess by Piper Fox
Gifted by Eva Priest
The Shifter Alien’s Stolen Bride by Margo Bond Collins & Nova Celeste
Captured by the Fire Dragon Prince by Aria Winter & Jade Waltz
Dark Nebula by Luna Jade
Dire Tidings by Leigh Kelsey
Aldebaran by Tiegan Clyne
The Zexian’s Second Chance by Luna Wren
Drashar by Harpie Alexa
Her Alien Lover by Tricia Schneider
Stolen by the Star Lord by Dany Stone
Drashar by Harpie Alexa
Her Alien Lover by Tricia Schneider
Stolen by the Star Lord by Dany Stone
Theirs to Keep by Sadie Marks
Sold to the Green Man by E.J. Powell
Double Star by Niobe Marsh
Reproduction by Maggie Alabaster
Forohn’s Fated by Pearl Tate
Madness Unlocked by M. L. Guida
Wanderstar Warrior by Thea Dane
Forbidden Alien’s Mate by Katrina S. Karter & Lashe’ Lacroix
Captivated by the Alien Viking by Lucee Joie
Capricorn’s Luck by Jessica Marting
Aura Awakened by Vivienne Hart
Commander Captive by Ashley Amy


Sexy aliens searching for their fated mates, finding them on Earth…and abducting them!

All hunky aliens know Earth is the best place to find a mate. But convincing human women to leave their home planet isn’t always easy.

So what’s an alien in love to do?

Sweep his mate off her feet, of course. Literally. Then take her to his spaceship and seduce her so they can live happily ever after.

Don’t miss your chance to binge-read this all-new collection of steamy, seductive alien abduction romances by New York Times, USA Today, and international bestselling authors.

Alien Abduction for Pirates
The Intergalactic Guide to Humans
USA Today Bestselling Author
Skye MacKinnon

He never expected her to be his mate…

Aedan and his crew of space pirates are in a bit of a pickle. The authorities have finally caught up with him and he faces years of imprisonment on a prison planet. The only way out: volunteer to teach an Alien Abduction course at the Intergalactic University.

Disillusioned actor May has prayed to be taken away from her miserable life every night since her fiancé died. On the day she decides to end it all, she’s whisked away by aliens. Life couldn’t be better. Of course, she pretends to be an unwilling abduction victim, but really, what could be better than starting a new life among the stars with a hunky purple alien?

This anthology is huge and contains many new to me authors, I started with the author I read all the time and review that one first. I’ll spotlight more once I read them.

Pirate Aeden Xerxi and his crew are in deep trouble when they are apprehended by Lurian enforcers. Now they await their sentencing. The judge is Karangi and if you are following this series you will notice a resemblance to someone. Specifically one Professor Katila. Aeden is concerned for his crew and agree to a longer sentence for himself if the judge reduces there’s to 3 years instead of the 5 just offered. Seeing something in their history the Judge makes a decision to offer them something a bit unusual. It seems the Intergalactic University is seeking a new Alien Abduction teacher. Since he and his crew have on occasion abducted aliens they are the perfect choice for this unique postition.

I have to say Professor Katila seems to have a bit of an obsession with Peritus aka Earth. She seems to send all her students there to do their abductions. With cameras and microphones installed on their ship to record the process for their students, Aeden selects his target.

May is about to end her life, she’s struggled so long and leaving a letter in her suitcase at the Inn she heads to the cliffs. Instead of falling when she steps off she starts flying, well sort of. A tractor type beam has intercepted her and brought her to the ship. Because of the angle she was held her clothing is askew and her breasts are revealed. I laughed out loud at the things Aeden is thinking, but instead of moving forward to the probing they have a problem.

Threatening ships are approaching them and in spite of being told not to say anything, May does the unthinkable and yells out she’s a captive.

This is a favorite scene.

I don’t understand what the aliens from the other ship are saying – only the four aliens around me are speaking English – but they’re my only chance of rescue. I refuse to be probed, dissected and turned into a museum exhibit. It can’t get any worse than this, can it?

Aedan stares at me in anger. His horns seem to bulge from his skull, making him even more intimidating. I shrink away from him, just in case he decides that he wants to do the dissecting before the probing after all. Not long ago, back on Earth, I wanted to die. Now, I have a fierce desire to live. In one piece, without probes, with my body intact, with my freedom unbroken.

The alien from the other ship growls something which makes the four beings around me spring into action. They push buttons, type stuff into their holographic keyboards, and Aedan suddenly wraps an arm around me and pulls me against him.

Obviously, I struggle. Especially when something hard pokes against my back. Please let that not be what I think it is.  

“Stop,” he hisses. “They might try to beam you over, but they can’t while you’re touching me.”

He’s just given me even an even better reason to get away from him. The enemies of my enemies are my friends, right? Aedan and his crew are kidnappers, so the other aliens must be better than that. Maybe they can fly me back down to Earth.  

I pause at that thought. Do I even want to go back?

It doesn’t matter. I certainly don’t want to stay here waiting to be probed. I ram my elbows into Aedan’s chest as hard as I can. He groans, but his grip on me only tightens.

“They’re Pletorians, you idiot. They’ll rape you, beat you, sell you as a slave.”

He could be lying, but the slight panic in his voice tells me otherwise. Fuck. From the frying pan into the fire. That hadn’t been my intention.  

I stop struggling and press closer against him. I don’t want to be beamed to the other alien ship after all. I don’t even mind Aedan’s hard cock against my back. I wonder what it looks like. Will it be human or more… alien? Does he have more than one, maybe? Or is this not a dick but something else entirely? For all I know, his species could reproduce asexually. He might grow a little Aedan somewhere on his body, like in hydra corals. It’s not like I have any clue about aliens. Humans might be the only species that has sex in the entire universe. His cock – well, his hard appendage – jerks against me and I hope to all the Gods that I’m wrong.  

“You cannot have her,” he says loudly while protectively crushing me against his chest. It feels strangely good. It shouldn’t, but it does. “I abducted her. She’s mine.”

“Stealing an abductee would be a serious breach of Intergalactic Law,” the female alien   on the screen adds. I don’t know if she’s talking in English or if her voice is somehow translated, but at least I can understand her, unlike the aliens on the other ship. Just like the two males on the bridge, the female has three eyes. It should look strange, but they somehow suit the shape of her skull. The eye in the centre of her forehead is wide open and doesn’t blink, while the other two could almost pass for human. Her purple skin is paler than that of Aedan and has a beautiful marbled effect, with patterns swirling all over her face and neck. She reminds me a bit of one of my tutors at the Royal Conservatoire – stunning but incredibly stern. An ice queen.

“You are being watched,” she continues. “I am ready to send ships after you should you not retreat at once.”

“This isn’t your remit,” Aedan hisses. “I abducted her, I’m going to protect her. We don’t need your help.”

The female rolls her third eye in exasperation, but doesn’t say anything more.  

The aliens reply in harsh, guttural words that make a shiver run down my back. They don’t sound happy. And somehow, I doubt they’ll simply back down.

“What are they saying?” I whisper.  

One of the two three-eyed males in front of me presses a button and suddenly the harsh sounds turn into English words.  

“… claimed her. Surrender her or be prepared to be obliviated.”

“I’m not going to give her to you. She’s my human. Mine.”

The way he says that makes me clench my thighs together. Goosebumps erupt all over my arms. The way he said that… Mine. I’ve never heard anything this sexy before. It’s like an orgasm embedded in a single syllable. Mine. I want him to say it again.

“Our ships are stronger than yours. We’ll blast you into atoms.” The Pletorian sounds thrilled at the prospect. I wait for Aedan to deny that fact, to say that we outgun them, but he stays quiet. Which means we’re screwed. And all because I couldn’t keep my mouth shut. But then, I was abducted today. I deserve some lenience.  

“Delta-four manoeuvre?” the female on the bridge, one with yellow skin and fangs that look like they could easily rip a chunk out of me, asks in a whisper.  

“Do it,” Aedan commands. “May, prepare yourself. This might be a little uncomfortable.”

With no further warning, the galaxy expands right inside my stomach, tearing me apart.
Skye MacKinnon. Alien Abduction for Pirates: The Intergalactic Guide to Humans (Kindle Locations 274-315). Peryton Press.

Lots of Star Trek references here have me giggling when May is surprised they have no idea what she’s talking about. Also the defensive maneuver they execute makes her sick. The cure, well lets just say things heat up really fast from here, beginning with the probing.

Lots of fun, plenty of laughs and kindle melting heat!

5 Contented Purrs for Skye!

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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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