• Title: Alien Attachments
  • Author: Sabine Priestley
  • ISBN: 9781616505660
  • Page: 332
  • Format: ebook
  • Alien Attachments Will their love be strong enough to keep them alive and get them back to Earth Finding one s psi mate is something every Sandarian hopes for but when Ian Cavacent accidentally starts the bonding proc
    Will their love be strong enough to keep them alive and get them back to Earth Finding one s psi mate is something every Sandarian hopes for, but when Ian Cavacent accidentally starts the bonding process with the Earthling, Dani, he has to fight his desire with every ounce of his being If the process is completed, it means both political and financial suicide for Ian anWill their love be strong enough to keep them alive and get them back to Earth Finding one s psi mate is something every Sandarian hopes for, but when Ian Cavacent accidentally starts the bonding process with the Earthling, Dani, he has to fight his desire with every ounce of his being If the process is completed, it means both political and financial suicide for Ian and his family A natural klutz, Dani somehow always manages to land on her feet and win her mixed martial arts matches At home on Cat Island, her balance is thrown when bazillionaire Ian takes notice Unfortunately some Torog aliens also take notice, sending her life spiraling out of control and into Ian s arms But Dani isn t the type of woman to let alien voodoo decide her future or her mate matter how gorgeous the man is or how much pleasure he gives her For centuries the Cavacents have mined Earth for a precious element, carnium, while protecting the planet from other alien species Thanks to the Torogs, Dani and Ian must flee to Sandaria As Dani learns to use her newfound psi powers, the empire crumbles around them.73,000 Words

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    1. Alien Attachments is book one in the Alien Attachments series by Sabine Priestley. This book was the debut for Ms. Priestley and WOW, what an entry into the paranormal world she has made. It didn’t take me long to fall in love with the characters and this world she has created. Dani feels like a klutz, always tripping, bumping into things, except when she is in one of her mixed martial arts matches. Even then, she’s never really sure how she does it, but she always wins. She has begun to not [...]

    2. Heat Level: 2 out of 4 flamesOverall: 5 out of 5 starsReviewed by Naughty Book Snitch: MindySee Mindy’s Blog Review HereBUY THE BOOKI loved this so much! I've been getting burnt out on my reading and I needed a good story to break me out of it. THIS is that story! Fantastic read!So here I am wanting to read something different and perfectly different is exactly what I got. I got to keep the allure of romance, picked up some action and adventure with a kickass story. If you can't tell by now, I [...]

    3. Alien Attachments is the first book in a new series and it was a great introduction into a very interesting world Sabine has set up for her readers. I loved how strong Dani was, as well as her interactions with Jared. In fact I really enjoyed many of the secondary characters and while Ian did get on my nerves for some of this story, I was still cheering them on to get their happy ending. Great writing and action with a forbidden romance which makes this a must read for Sci-Fi romance fans! Well [...]

    4. Greetings all. I hope you enjoyed my debut novel as much as I enjoyed writing it. I've learned a tremendous amount since the publication of this book. If I ever get the chance, I'll probably make some changes. In the meantime, there's two more in the series on the way. I hope you'll give them a shot as well!

    5. Here's the thing about ALIEN ATTACHMENTS - I've read similar enough books to this premise that I expected something better. It wasn't bad, persay, but it was rushed and felt a bit slap dash at times, with Priestley relying a little too much on the "alienness" to float some bland world building.There is a startling lack of consequences for instance - let's start with the guy who attempts to kill Dani (for everyone's safety--this is a trusted family friend) and continue on with the complete collap [...]

    6. OK, here I go: why 3 stars and not 4 or 5 stars?My main problem was with Ian, the hot alien heir. He fell for Dani but kept giving her the cold shoulder as he did not want to make his family fall from grace. Really????? I can understand last century but in a modern world Well, ok, I'm not an heiress and I hate politics.I'm your romantic chick believing love conquers all etc.So, I did not like Ian most of the time. Even if he was hot and drool worthy.Dani, I loved her. She was strong, took everyt [...]

    7. Aliens are living in secret on Earth, silently protecting while extracting a much needed element Carnium. Our hero Ian is a Sandarian prince. His race has special psi powers which they share with their psi bond mate. Dani is human but also possesses psi powers. When Ian accidentally starts the bonding process while trying to heal Dani he is appalled. Although he is attracted to Dani, he is a prince and believes that humans are beneath him.I really enjoyed the premise of the story, and although t [...]

    8. Space opera fans who enjoy protective alien lifeforms, this is the book for you. Ms. Priestley is a new to me author and I'm interested in reading more in this series. Dani is a photography by day and klutzy MMA cage fighter by night. She catches the eye of wealthy Ian Cavancent with her beauty, strength and photographic skills. I lied. Ian just wants to enjoy a night of horizontal dancing and move on. Still, there is something off about Dani which intrigues Ian. What Dani doesn't know is that I [...]

    9. Alien Attachments is a debut novel from Sabine Priestley it has everything I look for in a Sci-Fi Romance. Aside from little things that I didn't like and quite frankly I don't even remember what they are thinking back on it, I enjoyed the story and its turn of events that happened. I liked the pokes at the sci-fi pop culture through out the book the humor infused in the story was just icing on top. The in depth background of the Aliens and the political complications add to the story without it [...]

    10. Halfway through the h decides she wants to sleep with the enemy to spite the H who's trying to keep his distance.*nods* k.I hope she succeeds and is thrown out of an airlock.I was going to DNF it, but instead I just skipped like 25% and read the rest. So it counts as 'read' now.

    11. Great Plot: A Fun, Romantic Sci-Fi Adventure This is a revised review of Alien Attachments by Sabine Priestly based on a second read-through. This most definitely fits the Sci-Fi genre, and it has some decent action involved as well. To be honest, in the beginning, I simply couldn't get into it. In some ways, there was too much detail too fast. It was difficult to care about the people and situations I didn't understand. The beginning made me feel like I was dumped straight into the middle of th [...]

    12. I have a story associated with this book so I'm going to write that first because I can't help myself from over sharing. My father is an avid Starbucks tea drinker which makes him a regular at the closest Starbucks in my town, which makes me a regular because we have afternoon tea together every other day. I know, it's precious. He's also a social bee and talks to everyone. He told me about a lady he met who writes books while sitting in the back of our bucks location and he giggled as he told m [...]

    13. I received a copy of this novel in exchange for an honest review, which makes it even more painful to say that I can't recommend this book. Sorry, but I'll attempt to explain my reasons.Novel basics were missing. Let's start with the most important: solid, layered characters. There are none here. Like too many supposed romances I've read, the hero is gorgeous, rich, and an heir to power. The heroine is gorgeous--and a classic Mary Sue. That's it. Do they have anything to offer deeper than their [...]

    14. As a fan of the sci-fi genre I was instantly drawn to this book's premise but once the final page was turned I was left a bit disappointed. While there's much to enjoy about this book there's a few things that kept me from falling in love with it. The main theme of opposites attracting amidst war and the end of the world is an enticing one but the set-up early on is one long info-dump full of sci-fi names and worldbuilding that's a bit excessive. Sexy alien Ian is a Prince and Protector of Earth [...]

    15. Every Sandarian hopes to find his psi-mate, but Ian Cavacent accidentally starts the process with an Earthling which would be political suicide for his family, no problem Dani’s not going to let alien voodoo decide her fate and then the empire comes crumbling down around them in this out of this world sci-fi romance.This fast paced and smooth flowing plot keeps readers on their toes with lots of action, suspense, drama and romance. The author describes the story with well written scenes and de [...]

    16. Sabine Priestley had me at the fact that the heroine, Dani is a mixed martial arts fighter. Throw in an irresistible attraction between her and the hero, Ian, and sparks are absolutely bound to fly in this wonderful SciFi Romance. Priestley did a great job showing us how it could be possible that aliens walk among us without ever being aware of it. She created believable and steamy hot alien beings and humanized them by showing the extent of the friendships between them. The alien world is plagu [...]

    17. If you read the blurb from you will recognize several familiar themes in Science Fiction Romance. Earth has something aliens want. The Cavacent family has the job of protecting earth. Sandarians have psi and some have a psi-mate. An Earth woman also has psi. There is another alien species that is the enemy. Priestly does a good job of mixing and matching all of this to come up with an interesting story line.The character building, action and world building start from the very beginning and cont [...]

    18. Apparently humans aren't supposed to be special enough to have psi. However it would appear that Dani is. Ian, at the request of one of his employees that is friends with Dani, goes to give her a healing touch after she is bruised at one of her matches. However when he goes to heal her he finds much more. Dani's psi. And Dani experiences a pleasure like she never has before.Fleeing from the Torogs in Jamaica Dani and her friend Jared end up in Italy. One night Ian gives into his yearning for Dan [...]

    19. I wanted to kill Ian during most of this story. When he wasn't keeping Dani safe, he was being a complete ass toward her. He ignored her, spoke harshly toward her, treated her horribly. On Earth, he treated her well enough. He didn't understand his attraction to her--he was an alien with psi powers and didn't think he'd find his psi-mate on Earth--but he was nice, you know? But back at his home, Sandaria, he was a completely different man. Maybe it was being home, maybe it was being around his s [...]

    20. This book set up this series to a great start. I loved Dani’s character. She is so… “normal” but still not normal at the same time. She is a normal girl. Pretty but not fall from grace beautiful. She is a clumsy ditz and I love it. Ian I hated. He was a huge jerk over half the time all because aliens and humans can’t be together, even when he knew Dani was his mate. Even when he knew she had powers as well. He still gave her the cold shoulder. It was frustrating. We get to meet many ch [...]

    21. Spectacular job for a debut novel. I had the pleasure of reading an ARC of this story. It's a skillful balance of character development & plot. The expositions flow easily and give just enough details to draw-in your imagination to this alien world. The dialogue is genuine and smooth. Priestley does a thorough job of introducing appealing supporting characters that I hope to see grow in the next installment of this series.The main character, Dani Standich, is from Earth and has psi abilities [...]

    22. Received an ARC copy from Netgalley for a honest review. First book for me by this author but I really enjoyed it. Storyline was intriguing, action packed and suspenseful. Ian is convinced that his mate will be another Sandarian but has an unexpected connection to a human named Dani. Loved their characters and interaction as they deal with friends and enemies. Would recommend. Can't wait for a book 2.

    23. I really really enjoyed this book. It was out of the normal for me, which was good. It shook things up. This book takes you on a crazy adventure between the good aliens and humans. I thought the plot was light hearted and funny at times. Even enjoyed the push and pull relation ship between Ian and Dani. Glad I read it. Can't wait to see where this series goes.

    24. Well, nowat was a fun-filled read. I don't read a whole lot of sci-fi romance, but this one was SO worth the investment. The best part, hands down, was the world building. Sabine's imagination is so rich and descriptive I constantly found myself thinking, "Well, damn. That's cool!" Seriously, if you want a fun romp with great romantic tension, pick this one up.

    25. I can't remember the last sci-fi romance I've read, as I don't read them often, but Alien Attachments left me wondering why I don't read more. This was a refreshing change from the usual romance story with all the other-worldly premises mixed in. Fun, fast-paced plot, sexy hero, spunky heroineoroughly enjoyed the ride. Can't wait for book 2!

    26. ARC received via NetGalley2 stars -> Not for it being a terrible book but for the fact that I felt like I didn't really connect with the story.

    27. Ian the alien and Dani.I wasn't sure how to rate this one. Overall the world building was pretty cool and the action and intrigue was good too. The prose is good, the character development fineIt's a bit like 'Men in Black' except instead of humans policing the Earth, it's Aliens. They look just like us but possess psychic powers. By chance, Ian discovers that Dani, the woman he has been lusting after, is more than she seems. But she doesn't know it.There are bad guys and bad politics. Some good [...]

    28. Pretty good startI enjoyed the world building done by this author she has a great imagination and I will likely read more of the stories that follow to read the other characters HEAs!

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