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Sara's Review: Blind Fall (Stolen by an Alien #3.5) by Amanda Milo


KINDLE UNLIMITED PUBLISHER: Amanda Milo RELEASED: November 6, 2018 GENRE: scifi, aliens LENGTH: 171 pages FORMAT: ebook

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I was gifted as a slave-bride to an alien giant. That’s the start of my day. At least I have my guide dog, Kota, with me. I’d be lost without her… literally. Yes. I’m blind.

And our new alien owner is kind enough that he’s not holding me to the wife or slave deal even though that’s what I was intended for. We’ve basically been dropped into a scene from Little House on the Alien Prairie, complete with his one-room cabin, and he’s been the perfect gentleman. He’s pretty great, and I’m actually starting to wish I could take him home with me.

He doesn’t know it yet, but the threat of him going into ‘rut’ is no longer a deterrent... 4.5 (FIVE) BOUNDLESS STARS

After not being able to get into book 4 in the series which was a disappointment because I loved the rest of the book I was cautious to jump into book 5. I found myself not disappointed at all. If you’ve read the other books in the series and remember the blind woman in the pen with her seeing eye dog, which to be honest I didn't remember, but I guess others did and were up in arms about what happened to the dog. This is the story. Sanna and her dog Kota are lucky enough to get “purchased” by a lonely animal wrangler named Breslin. Sanna learned his size and the feel of him through touch and described him well, but I was disappointed that Milo did have one of her fabulous rendition of him on the cover. I know what a German Shepard looks like, I want to know how the author sees Breslin. This story was a super sweet love story about a woman and “man” finding their way towards love. I enjoyed it. They lived simply and without luxury but all they needed was each other's company. It was refreshing to just have a story of two people falling in love. I am giving this on 4.5 Boundless stars, and it was excellent.


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