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Only .99c for THREE DAYS! Captured. Imprisoned. Trapped. When Tosh wakes to a strange room with pieces of the previous night missing from her memory, she’s confused and disoriented. But she's not alone. Caged in an elegant prison with a creature composed of her deepest nightmares, Tosh begins to wonder if something bigger is at play... and if the creature is the only on Only .99c for THREE DAYS! Captured. Imprisoned. Trapped. When Tosh wakes to a strange room with pieces of the previous night missing from her memory, she’s confused and disoriented. But she's not alone. Caged in an elegant prison with a creature composed of her deepest nightmares, Tosh begins to wonder if something bigger is at play... and if the creature is the only one who can free her. WARNING: This story contains a non-human alien hero, explicit sexual content, graphic language, violence, and situations intended for mature readers


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Only .99c for THREE DAYS! Captured. Imprisoned. Trapped. When Tosh wakes to a strange room with pieces of the previous night missing from her memory, she’s confused and disoriented. But she's not alone. Caged in an elegant prison with a creature composed of her deepest nightmares, Tosh begins to wonder if something bigger is at play... and if the creature is the only on Only .99c for THREE DAYS! Captured. Imprisoned. Trapped. When Tosh wakes to a strange room with pieces of the previous night missing from her memory, she’s confused and disoriented. But she's not alone. Caged in an elegant prison with a creature composed of her deepest nightmares, Tosh begins to wonder if something bigger is at play... and if the creature is the only one who can free her. WARNING: This story contains a non-human alien hero, explicit sexual content, graphic language, violence, and situations intended for mature readers

30 review for The Incuabri: Taken Part Two

  1. 4 out of 5

    Angela

    What can I say? I'm a sucker for weird, kinky, alien smut. And this fit the bill PERFECTLY! Alrighty, so as the title sugests there is a part 1 to this story. Because my name wouldn't be Angela if I did; but I totally skipped it and went right for this one. There are even 3 other books in this "series" I haven't read. But. Whatever. I don't think you need to read any of the other books. At least I didn't feel lost. Though I probably would have been more in the loop intially had I read part 1. It What can I say? I'm a sucker for weird, kinky, alien smut. And this fit the bill PERFECTLY! Alrighty, so as the title sugests there is a part 1 to this story. Because my name wouldn't be Angela if I did; but I totally skipped it and went right for this one. There are even 3 other books in this "series" I haven't read. But. Whatever. I don't think you need to read any of the other books. At least I didn't feel lost. Though I probably would have been more in the loop intially had I read part 1. It wasn't until a bit into the book did I catch on to why Tosh was inprisoned (or what lead up to it) but the fact I didn't know did not take away from the story and I enjoyed it all the same. Within the first chapter I could already tell I was going to be a fan of Tosh. She was head strong, took things in strive and wasn't annoying about it. She actually excersied the rational part of her brain and I admired her for it. Despite the semi "insta-love" (I say semi because intitally she really is pretty terrified of Alzan, but the longer they are locked up the more she realises she has nothing to be scared of when it comes to Alzan- and by "longer they are locked up" I mean a week, tops, so thats were "insta" kind of comes into play). Anyways, point being, there are numerous reasons these two wound up together and it worked and felt believable. Also, the kinky, weird, alien sex (cause he was as ALIEN as they come) was, well, hot. No fucking shame. I live. I breath. I devour this shit. Again, no fucking shame. So we've got some strong, solid characters (I even liked Willa and i'll probably get to her story in part 1 now after all). We also have a decent story line that I didn't want to abandon for some silly, typical, Saturday morning adulting. It was also funny and Alzan made me laugh. He totally had that alpha-vibe but it was pretty vanila compared to other alpha-males we've probably all read about. No mater, he was super fucking sweet and i just want to wrap him in a big blanket of bubble wrap and watch him pop em all. He'd look so cute doing it despite the menacing appearance too! The end.

  2. 4 out of 5

    LowBrowReader

    It SO like me to cheerfully crash-land in the middle of the series. I keep doing it and then, to top it off read the rest of the series in random order skipping the books with unappealing synopsis. Does anybody else do that? No? Oh well. Anyways, the reason I gravitated to this book is that I was promised a proper alien-looking alien. Not a supersized blue/purple/red/etc. tattooed/marked pseudo-alien with optional cranial ridges but honest-to-G*d otherworldly creature. The book delivered. Alzan wasn It SO like me to cheerfully crash-land in the middle of the series. I keep doing it and then, to top it off read the rest of the series in random order skipping the books with unappealing synopsis. Does anybody else do that? No? Oh well. Anyways, the reason I gravitated to this book is that I was promised a proper alien-looking alien. Not a supersized blue/purple/red/etc. tattooed/marked pseudo-alien with optional cranial ridges but honest-to-G*d otherworldly creature. The book delivered. Alzan wasn't just otherworldly, he was legitimately scary and on top of that could not be sustained with conventional food. And he was so sweet and somewhat lost and funny! "All the while, Alzan watched her like she was the most fascinating creature on the planet. “What?” she asked around a mouthful of food. “I’m hungry.” When he sighed and the chirping continued, Tosh tugged the golden bedsheet tighter around her body. All he needed to do was prop his chin upon his hand, and swing a foot off the chair, and he’d look like every infatuated human woman in the romance vids." I adored Alzan, therefore I didn't much care about plot or character development or world building or other such minor details. Tosh (the heroine) was not TSTL, made situation-appropriate decisions, didn't get hysterical (much) or overly dramatic. Which was a bonus. Five stars for Alzan!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Suzanne (Under the Covers Book blog)

    3.5 Stars At the end of The Khyma Willa receives a ransom demand for her best friend Tosh after she gets captured by a powerful and ruthless criminal. The Incuabri starts with Tosh locked in a room with a very alien looking alien and no memories of how she got there. She half remembers the party she gate-crashed with Willa her reckless but beloved best friend so she could get her family heirloom back, after that...nothing. She isn't worried, she's been in sticky situations before, however, sh 3.5 Stars At the end of The Khyma Willa receives a ransom demand for her best friend Tosh after she gets captured by a powerful and ruthless criminal. The Incuabri starts with Tosh locked in a room with a very alien looking alien and no memories of how she got there. She half remembers the party she gate-crashed with Willa her reckless but beloved best friend so she could get her family heirloom back, after that...nothing. She isn't worried, she's been in sticky situations before, however, she can't find a way out of the room and the Alzan the alien she is trapped with is hungry...for her. I loved this book! I have said before that I enjoy a sci-fi romance where the aliens involved are alien and Alzan very much fits that bill. He has grey/black skin, red eyes, wings and look generally like something you would find in a nightmare. And his diet? Life essence. However, although Alzan may look like a monster, Tosh soon realises that his appearance is deceiving, he would never feed off her without her permission and it doesn't seem so bad when his feedings feel oh-so-good. So far in this series Alzan is my favourite hero, I don't understand how someone so terrifying look could be so funny and cute, but he was. It could be that he made adorable happy chirping sounds and the fact he was trapped and uncertain as Tosh. I also really liked Tosh, she was a great heroine, funny, sensible but kick ass. They made a great couple. This series just keeps getting better. Bring on the next book!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Tiffany Roberts

    The Incuabri picks up right where The Khyma left off, though this is in Tosh’s point of view. She finds herself in quite a bind — and she’s not alone. She wakes up trapped in a room with a nightmarish creature, something horribly terrifying, but she finds that there is more to him than what meets the eye. He doesn’t act as one would expect and she finds herself growing closer to this kind, sweet alien. I loved Alzan. Normally I’m all over the alpha males, but sweet heroes make their way into my h The Incuabri picks up right where The Khyma left off, though this is in Tosh’s point of view. She finds herself in quite a bind — and she’s not alone. She wakes up trapped in a room with a nightmarish creature, something horribly terrifying, but she finds that there is more to him than what meets the eye. He doesn’t act as one would expect and she finds herself growing closer to this kind, sweet alien. I loved Alzan. Normally I’m all over the alpha males, but sweet heroes make their way into my heart. Though Alzan does turn quite beastly during the book which I absolutely loved! He totally hulked out!!! (Sexy, scary alien) Tosh is also a fun character. Her train of thought makes me inside chuckle, and there are a few spots where I outright laughed out loud. And then there were others where I cringed. We also get some scenes with Willa and Kyran (he’s grown so much since the previous book and is, at times, the voice of reason for Willa, haha!). She’s desperately trying to find and rescue her best friend. Poppy Rhys’ books are so much fun! Her writing has so much personality and she doesn’t shy away from humor. The Incuabri is a wonderful addition to her Dor Nye series. Can’t wait to read what’s next!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Rachel

    Why didn't this series start with Tosh and Willa!? I loved this one, and honestly it's my favorite in this series overall, hands down much better! Now, don't get me wrong, I did enjoy the Meiler, but there were parts of that where I just cringed and, honestly, hated the second book. I only got a sample of the second one because I wasn't the biggest fan of the first book and just hated that right off the bat. The third book was great, much better story line that didn't make me cringe in certain pa Why didn't this series start with Tosh and Willa!? I loved this one, and honestly it's my favorite in this series overall, hands down much better! Now, don't get me wrong, I did enjoy the Meiler, but there were parts of that where I just cringed and, honestly, hated the second book. I only got a sample of the second one because I wasn't the biggest fan of the first book and just hated that right off the bat. The third book was great, much better story line that didn't make me cringe in certain parts and a big step-up. This two part series? Fell. In. Love. Tosh was awesome! She was funny, stubborn, and smart. The best part? She stayed that way throughout the whole book! I hate it when you give me an awesome female and then they turn into the "oh, I love you so much" or "you can do no wrong, give me your dick!", makes me want to smack the author with a rolled-up newspaper. Poppy Rhys doesn't give me that female in her books and that's really the only reason why I have kept going. That, and she's really funny. Alzan, if I needed an alien in my life, I want him. I have a fear of red eyes, but I would put up with it if I had him ;) He was sweet and adorable...even if he was the thing of nightmares. I loved that his world had been "beyond the primitive needs" and Tosh reminded him of a good time ;) . Him learning new things about himself, who he is as a person...alien, and about his people didn't feel overwhelming to me as a reader. It was all done is a very clean, neatly written way. One thing I do appreciate is Poppy Rhys is a clean writer, grammar is great, thoughts are projected clearly, there isn't a lot of bouncing around of characters. Except for certain scenes, those bad boys are diiirrrttttyyy, but Rhys has a way of giving a lot of information on one character without overwhelming the reader. My favorite scene in this entire book was the Zero Grav scene when they took Alzan there for the first time in celebration. The images in my head of them dancing and swirling around just gave me that "awwww" feelings. Kinda like when Pumba and Timone sing "can you feel the love tonight". That feeling. Favorite quotes? So many, but I did narrow it down so I'm not give the whole book away.... "He was still laying on the floor, looking like the worlds saddest nightmare." "'It is primitive,' he said. Did he just insult her table manners?" "'I kicked the security team out, those perverts, and turned off the video surveillance-'"--gotta love Willa. I'm hoping this series comes out with more books, I did really enjoy this series once I got through the cringe parts in the first book. Totally worth it.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Under the Covers Book Blog

    At the end of The Khyma Willa receives a ransom demand for her best friend Tosh after she gets captured by a powerful and ruthless criminal. The Incuabri starts with Tosh locked in a room with a very alien looking alien and no memories of how she got there. She half remembers the party she gate-crashed with Willa her reckless but beloved best friend so she could get her family heirloom back, after that...nothing. She isn't worried, she's been in sticky situations before, however, she can't f At the end of The Khyma Willa receives a ransom demand for her best friend Tosh after she gets captured by a powerful and ruthless criminal. The Incuabri starts with Tosh locked in a room with a very alien looking alien and no memories of how she got there. She half remembers the party she gate-crashed with Willa her reckless but beloved best friend so she could get her family heirloom back, after that...nothing. She isn't worried, she's been in sticky situations before, however, she can't find a way out of the room and the Alzan the alien she is trapped with is hungry...for her. I loved this book! I have said before that I enjoy a sci-fi romance where the aliens involved are alien and Alzan very much fits that bill. He has grey/black skin, red eyes, wings and look generally like something you would find in a nightmare. And his diet? Life essence. However, although Alzan may look like a monster, Tosh soon realises that his appearance is deceiving, he would never feed off her without her permission and it doesn't seem so bad when his feedings feel oh-so-good. So far in this series Alzan is my favourite hero, I don't understand how someone so terrifying look could be so funny and cute, but he was. It could be that he made adorable happy chirping sounds and the fact he was trapped and uncertain as Tosh. I also really liked Tosh, she was a great heroine, funny, sensible but kick ass. They made a great couple. This series just keeps getting better. Bring on the next book! Reviewed by Suzanne❤ ♡ Don't want to miss any of our posts? Subscribe to our blog by email! ♡ ❤

  7. 4 out of 5

    Leyla

    A little torn with this one... Had fun though. Much better than the khyma. But some parts felt like filler content. Had a few laughs. Sólo review.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Rasa Ievkalne

    I'm happy it's over.It was not the worst story but far from being a good one.Author have a tendency to rush and slack in storytelling,it is quite annoying to be honest.I did not liked the way the main event was solved,it was very Meh,you now like watching a huge bonfire being lit,fire catching on and when the moment comes for fire to roar it sizzles out to few pathetic embers.Thats the best way I can describe it. On the bright side,it read easily enough.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Tina

    The Incuabri Loved this second book. Smart , funny and loads of adventure. Tosh and Al were a great couple. I love the world building just as much, it comes all together to make a great story. Thank you for a wonderful ending for these two women. I would recommend this book.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Kristi

    Poppy does it again! Excellent read with truly alien aliens, believable romance, intriguing back stories, and the desire to have more story!!

  11. 4 out of 5

    Regine Abel

    Yet another fabulous book in the Women of Dor Nye series! Trapped in a room with a scary-as-all-hell alien, Tosh has every reason to freak out when she realizes she’s also his only source of food. With no way out, clueless as to who their captor is and what he wants from them, Tosh and Alzan have no choice but to learn to trust each other. When their kidnapper coerces them into doing the unthinkable, their strength and blossoming bond are all that will see them through it. Tension, action, passio Yet another fabulous book in the Women of Dor Nye series! Trapped in a room with a scary-as-all-hell alien, Tosh has every reason to freak out when she realizes she’s also his only source of food. With no way out, clueless as to who their captor is and what he wants from them, Tosh and Alzan have no choice but to learn to trust each other. When their kidnapper coerces them into doing the unthinkable, their strength and blossoming bond are all that will see them through it. Tension, action, passion, and a whole lot of ‘holy cow!’ moments made The Incuabri a mind-blowing read. From pink—not so cuddly—critters, to flesh-eating spit, and angry nanobots, Tosh doesn’t get an easy ride of it. But she’s a tough girl. And Alzan is as badass as he’s sweet, respectful, and devoted to her. I need an Incuabri of my own! Watching the bond develop between them melted my heart and the steamy scenes made my toes curl! I loved to see previous characters from the series and some jerks getting their well-deserved comeuppance.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Bubbles The Book Pimp

    Book 5 in the women of dor nye series... Following on from where book four the Khama ends.. Tosh has been drugged and kidnapped...after waking up in a strange room in a strange place she realises she's not alone... she trapped...with a strange scary as hell winged alien... Alzan. Tosh is terrified but quickly learns that there is more to Al then meets the eye. They are part of a nefarious plan. To kill an emperor and overthrow a kingdom. I cannot get enough of this series. I am literally wowed and bl Book 5 in the women of dor nye series... Following on from where book four the Khama ends.. Tosh has been drugged and kidnapped...after waking up in a strange room in a strange place she realises she's not alone... she trapped...with a strange scary as hell winged alien... Alzan. Tosh is terrified but quickly learns that there is more to Al then meets the eye. They are part of a nefarious plan. To kill an emperor and overthrow a kingdom. I cannot get enough of this series. I am literally wowed and blown away by the world building that goes into each of these books! Fantastic stories with wonderfully written charachters that make you laugh out loud and feeeeeel hard! Sweet and steamy and filled with love and laughter.... Like I said this is book 5...start at the beginning!!

  13. 5 out of 5

    Chappy

    This is a follow-up to Willa's story in Tosh has been taken as is being held for ransom, well that's the cover story anyways. Her arch-nemesis Francis "The Wenden" has plans for her and the strange alien she's trapped with. Thankfully, she's able to start communicating with Alzan and they get to know each other. Great ending with some bad guys, action and of course a HEA. This is a follow-up to Willa's story in Tosh has been taken as is being held for ransom, well that's the cover story anyways. Her arch-nemesis Francis "The Wenden" has plans for her and the strange alien she's trapped with. Thankfully, she's able to start communicating with Alzan and they get to know each other. Great ending with some bad guys, action and of course a HEA.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Alicia

    Great read!! I loved it, this is my first book by this author, and it was amazing. I couldn't put it down and finished it in one night!! Now off to read the others!!

  15. 5 out of 5

    Marlena

    Poppy Rhys is an amazing and creative writer. The Women of Dor Nye series is completely original which makes for a refreshing read. Every time I read a new book in this series, I fall more in love with the characters and with Poppy Rhys' talent. *I did receive this book as an ARC, but I am leaving an honest review of my own volition.* Give this series a chance because the books are worth it and Ms. Rhys deserves it.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Tiblu

    Better than Willa’s book ,I guess... Tosh is better then Willa I guess but she’s reactionary and immature more than anything else.... I wouldn’t say she was dumb per say,but she’s definitely the just let my unfiltered reactions fly before I stop 🛑 and think for even a second kinda girl ... All girl. No woman here.. Honestly I’d describe has a semi mature teenager... I don’t know Tosh’s age but she feels barely out her teens, 21,22 at the most.... Ok,I wake up in a strange place/room with only a cami Better than Willa’s book ,I guess... Tosh is better then Willa I guess but she’s reactionary and immature more than anything else.... I wouldn’t say she was dumb per say,but she’s definitely the just let my unfiltered reactions fly before I stop 🛑 and think for even a second kinda girl ... All girl. No woman here.. Honestly I’d describe has a semi mature teenager... I don’t know Tosh’s age but she feels barely out her teens, 21,22 at the most.... Ok,I wake up in a strange place/room with only a camisole that barely reaches mid thigh, and NOTHING else ? I’m gonna grab some of the bed sheets and curtains or pillow cases around me and make myself something to wear... I mean I don’t know about you I’d feel better and less vulnerable if I wasn’t basically running around naked. Then then I’d have my hissy fit/break down and that’s when I’d break a chair on the window trying to find a way out... I mention this because Tosh’s thought process is sooo flawed to me.. she runs around never thinking of how vulnerable she is really,and when she breaks said chair and keeps a leg to use as a weapon, she wanders off when a new area is opened up and doesn’t even think for a second to take it with her,the new area she’s being herded into is more intriguing then self protection and then is angered when she returns and chair is replaced and her “weapon” is gone... Seriously ? Seriously 😒 you TSTL idiot? Just like when Alzan overwhelmed by need,hunger and I’m thinking a type of pheromones is licking her sweat off of her as she wakes, her first reactions are anger ( kinda a “how dare you”) and revulsion and “Eeeeeeeeeeeeeewwwwwww “. Seriously ? Eeeeeeeeeewwwwwwww ? Why because it’s sweat ? Ppl often like to lick each other during sex, but this poor alien male who’s trapped like you are and has already admitted he’s NEVER “fed” like this and doesn’t understand what’s going on w/him or his body and is ashamed by it and your first reaction is “eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeewwwwwwww”. Shakes my head... If this were earth, and just sim strange guy walked up and started licking your sweat off or even a lover ,ok, ok, now that would be odd. But here in this situation ? I’d appreciate a more mature woman who’d try to understand and be curious to know more about what’s going on before she got all grossed out or acted like an accusing brat. The first almost 50% of the book is just the two of them trapped in a room for what feels like weeks,where Tosh is always hungry or tired but never seems to need to cover up more,use a toilet or wash her body ( in fact I had begun to think they didn’t even have one until Tosh wakes up naked one day asking Alzan where her clothing was and he said he’d washed it out thinking it was dirty and it was still in the cleansing room) which was odd. But I felt said a lot about her character. Tosh who spends most of her time wandering around their room,or jumping to conclusions about Alzan’s intentions , while also trying to learn to see him less as an “Alien” and more like just the person/individual he is. And yet he’s thinking of her needs and trying to care for her... Honestly while I love Lucia’s story and learning about the Melier ,one thing really kinda bugs me. The whole “but he’s an Alien” thing. You know where it takes them starring at and interacting w/the H for ages and ages before they open their stupid eyes and just see them as a thinking and feeling creature w/hopes and feelings and desires and dreams and nit just some alien “freak” ... I mean if they’d met on earth I’d get it. It would make sense per se ( even though immature ppl like Willa and Tosh would still annoy me) that would at least make sense but, but ppl born and raised out in space on other planets who interact w/other races and species all the time ? It feels about as right as someone acting that w/someone from Mexico 🇲🇽 or Canada 🇨🇦 or something ... Every one is an “alien” out in outer space ,get over yourself and have some sense.. At 50% I had to quit Tosh was an immature idiot as far as I was concerned and I honestly did NOT care in the slightest what happened to her,I’d almost liked to have seen her and Willa both killed for wasting my time and poor Alzan was just words in a page . He seemed just soo underdeveloped,there was barely anything to him. The poor B just had my deepest sympathies for having to be saddled w/Tosh as his h. I’d recommend the first two books in this “series” ( quotations because books are soo loosely based together there barely seems enough to call this a series) though the first is better then the second to me. Then I’d say stop 🛑. I wish I had.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Dennie

    ***I was given an ARC copy of this book for an honest review*** To start off I liked this a whole heck of a lot better than part one! (which I gave 1 star and had nothing to do with the writing and ALL to do with the H.) The H in The Incuabri was a humanoid creature but that was the only similarity to a human. Alzan is a wonderful hero. He was protective and that goes against all his teachings from his home planet. He is kind and very in love with Tosh. Tosh was tough and awesome. She was stubborn ***I was given an ARC copy of this book for an honest review*** To start off I liked this a whole heck of a lot better than part one! (which I gave 1 star and had nothing to do with the writing and ALL to do with the H.) The H in The Incuabri was a humanoid creature but that was the only similarity to a human. Alzan is a wonderful hero. He was protective and that goes against all his teachings from his home planet. He is kind and very in love with Tosh. Tosh was tough and awesome. She was stubborn in parts.She did not let anything get her down. She was scared of Alzan but did not let that stop her from getting to know and love him. He is very unusual looking to her and his species is somewhat reclusive so she didn't know too much about him or his culture. You get to see Willa and Kyran again. He is much better in this book than the last. If he was even 1% this way in the last book I would of loved it or if it had a big gigantic grovel scene. It did not, sadly. To me Willa in this book is a lot different from the Willa in the previous book. The last chapter was my favorite part. You get to see them almost 2 years late and Alzan and Kyran were so cute!! Super sweet. It was 100% better than the first part of this mini-series, The Khyma.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Jackie Smith

    Did I ever imagine I'd enjoy a novel where the male mc had a proboscis? No. Did this book still manage to reel me in like corn soaked in cocaine lures a hungry catfish? ...yes. So the male mc was very, very alien. The culture he described as the "norm" back home is so out there that it'd be very very difficult to imagine that a pairing between him and some plain old human would work--- well, if not for the masterful handling of said differences by author Poppy Rhys. His complete naivety about many t Did I ever imagine I'd enjoy a novel where the male mc had a proboscis? No. Did this book still manage to reel me in like corn soaked in cocaine lures a hungry catfish? ...yes. So the male mc was very, very alien. The culture he described as the "norm" back home is so out there that it'd be very very difficult to imagine that a pairing between him and some plain old human would work--- well, if not for the masterful handling of said differences by author Poppy Rhys. His complete naivety about many things human is a startling contrast to his surprising wisdom on other matters, like loyalty, sacrifice, and gratitude. The female mc was forced to expand her mind and grow a bit to truly appreciate her alien, and this late blooming maturity was handled rather well. I wish we could have gotten a bit more mental time with both of these characters, but all in all, it was a great addition to my library.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Romance

    First time reading this author so yes as others have noted it’s like book 5 in a series and everyone apparently knows each other or are connected. I often Jump in the middle of a series and it has presented problems in some series like a character is dead or something but thankfully it was fine as a stand alone. It probably would’ve read better if I’d read book 4 because this continued the story line for Willa and Tosh (this story). I started part Willas story but wasn’t getting into it so I jum First time reading this author so yes as others have noted it’s like book 5 in a series and everyone apparently knows each other or are connected. I often Jump in the middle of a series and it has presented problems in some series like a character is dead or something but thankfully it was fine as a stand alone. It probably would’ve read better if I’d read book 4 because this continued the story line for Willa and Tosh (this story). I started part Willas story but wasn’t getting into it so I jumped to this one. It was really good and you figure out much of the necessary information that it isn’t extremely necessary to read book 4! Anyway, I love my alien heroes creepy and Alzar fits the bill nicely. The romance seemed realistic and hot but in the end it wrapped up quickly. I enjoyed the ride so much I didn’t care.

  20. 4 out of 5

    lauren

    As good as the first!!! Absolutely loved this book, o.m.g alien meets one of hells infamous demons!!! Oh God yes!!!!. So Al is about as sweet and delicious as a scary black winged alien can get, I swear I was like awww, ohhhh, omg I want one..lol. Tosh and Al's love affair is just the best, she's skittish and rough around the edges, and Al is nightmarish scary, super polite, charming and so lovingly thoughtful. Opposite's attract definitely on this one, and everything they seem to being going tho As good as the first!!! Absolutely loved this book, o.m.g alien meets one of hells infamous demons!!! Oh God yes!!!!. So Al is about as sweet and delicious as a scary black winged alien can get, I swear I was like awww, ohhhh, omg I want one..lol. Tosh and Al's love affair is just the best, she's skittish and rough around the edges, and Al is nightmarish scary, super polite, charming and so lovingly thoughtful. Opposite's attract definitely on this one, and everything they seem to being going though for me was just a second thought, I just couldn't get enough of them together.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Country Goose

    Pleasant In the same lines as its predecessors, it doesn't deviate from the previous installment with Will a and Kyran. I like Alzan, though some of his innocence, or rather ignorance, from his civilization being enlightened is too out there. A culture wouldn't forget their heritage from becoming vegans because there would still be historical documentation available since their technology would still be accessed. For a character blocked from the outside worlds, it makes no sense he would have bee Pleasant In the same lines as its predecessors, it doesn't deviate from the previous installment with Will a and Kyran. I like Alzan, though some of his innocence, or rather ignorance, from his civilization being enlightened is too out there. A culture wouldn't forget their heritage from becoming vegans because there would still be historical documentation available since their technology would still be accessed. For a character blocked from the outside worlds, it makes no sense he would have been swindled by Francis, and the wager was never fully explained. It's an easy read, and the story was fun. I would probably read the next novel in the series when it comes in.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Jessica

    Don't get stuck on the pink rainbow planet! Tosh was awesome as the heroine and cautious food source for Alzan.. their slow growing acceptance and growth of feelings beyond the initial shock of their meeting was written well. The impossible task imposed by the Wenden was devious and despicable, but will they be able to bring themselves to follow through? And what happens with the other women and Incuabri that were imprisoned? Willa had a few short chapters in this book that showed she might be a Don't get stuck on the pink rainbow planet! Tosh was awesome as the heroine and cautious food source for Alzan.. their slow growing acceptance and growth of feelings beyond the initial shock of their meeting was written well. The impossible task imposed by the Wenden was devious and despicable, but will they be able to bring themselves to follow through? And what happens with the other women and Incuabri that were imprisoned? Willa had a few short chapters in this book that showed she might be able of redemption. Really liked this story and am ready for more from the crazy women of Dor!

  23. 4 out of 5

    Mercy

    For the fans of aliens who look completely alien, then this book is for you. By the end of the book I still couldn't imagine how does he look like, even scary. A sketch would be very beneficial to get a grip on the way this guy looks. Love the idea that he feeds on energy which is freely given. And he had a tongue that was like a straw? How would that feel? They get their adventure and she saves the day quite well. We also get a quick glimpse of Lucia and she is pregnant with her third child. I'd For the fans of aliens who look completely alien, then this book is for you. By the end of the book I still couldn't imagine how does he look like, even scary. A sketch would be very beneficial to get a grip on the way this guy looks. Love the idea that he feeds on energy which is freely given. And he had a tongue that was like a straw? How would that feel? They get their adventure and she saves the day quite well. We also get a quick glimpse of Lucia and she is pregnant with her third child. I'd love to read another book about her and her mates.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Gena

    So. This series seems to be losing steam. I liked the concept of the hero and the idea that as you get to know someone appearances matter less and less was executed well. However it was rushed. And then just as the momentum was building for their relationship they were rescued and the rest of the book was weak. Poor Alzan, he had potential however wasn't flushed out much and just followed Tosh. Tosh was immature and, although tolerable, couldn't carry the story for both of them in the latter hal So. This series seems to be losing steam. I liked the concept of the hero and the idea that as you get to know someone appearances matter less and less was executed well. However it was rushed. And then just as the momentum was building for their relationship they were rescued and the rest of the book was weak. Poor Alzan, he had potential however wasn't flushed out much and just followed Tosh. Tosh was immature and, although tolerable, couldn't carry the story for both of them in the latter half, hence the 2*.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Sylvia McCullers

    Aliens that look like Aliens ! Such a good , fun book ! Yes there's drama , intrigue and what - the - hec moments , but a truly enjoyable read all around ! Tosh ( and Willa ) are awesome female leads. They're not whiners or complainers . They aren't afraid to get things done and they don't need anyone do it for them . The ending of the book is satisfying and leaves the reader reader hoping for a continuation of their story ( stories ). After all , a future for our couples with younglings ? Yes !

  26. 5 out of 5

    A.M. Martin

    4 out of 5 WARNING: This story contains a non-human alien hero, mature content, graphic language, and violence. The Incuabri picks up right where The Khyma left off, it reads through Tosh point of view. I really liked Tosh and the world building throughout this book. It was interesting and funny. Alzan, had me worried at the beginning but it all worked out in the end. I will be stalking this author from now on to see what other interesting worlds she comes up with next.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Dice

    Why are male aliens always much more interesting than their female counterparts? The incuabri is super sweet and innocent and just adorable . There's a lot of humour to this book, but the whole "girlfriend" superficial attitude of the female lead and her friends and then the partying and other stints that are so 21st century Earth... very bloody boring ! Oh and so is the whole assassination plot !

  28. 5 out of 5

    Phoebe

    I've been reading this series and have complaints about the characters in this series who were unlikable in more than one way. This book finally breaks the mold of this series. I've been reading this series and have complaints about the characters in this series who were unlikable in more than one way. This book finally breaks the mold of this series.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Kelly Erickson

    Head strong and self indulgent The straight man to Willa's chaos takes a header into weird. The scary incuabs she is trapped with feeds on her but they are yet to discover just how, until their joining. The family and friends free her but she has been set up from the beginning by someone e close.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Vicki S Jones

    Good end to good series Tosh's story. An even more un-human-like alien, but still loveable. Glad we got to glimpse Kyran and Willa and even Lucia again. I hope there will be another book in this series some day would love to revisit all these women of For Nye and their awesome alien partners.

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