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Changed: Mated to the Alien Alpha (The Omega Colony Book 1) Kindle Edition
They were wrong.
The giant humanoid inhabitants of Omega IV are conditioned to the Change—a biological event in their development that designates them altha or amekha—but for the new colony of humans, the Change comes as an unpleasant surprise.
Dr Cameron Grant, bitter after a turbulent break-up, finds himself in a first-contact situation that was never covered in training.The alien warrior Tal'jen, seven feet tall and distinctly male, has taken an interest in him, an interest with a clear and pressing conclusion. Dr Grant can't deny his attraction, even as his body undergoes strange and frightening changes. Whatever is happening to him, it's obvious that Tal'jen understands it instinctively. He will have to place himself in the hands of an alien and hope that Tal'jen's interest is as benign as it seems.
Meanwhile, Tal'jen, chief-in-waiting of his people, seeks a mate. The handsome and strange Cam'ren of the newcomers calls to him powerfully, though he has not yet gone through his Change. To be chief Tal'jen must mate with a bearer, so while he longs to claim Cam'ren for his own, he must be patient and hope that Cam'ren's Change will grant him the gift of bearing young.
As the Change spreads through the human colony, leaving chaos in its wake, Cameron and Tal'jen must fight to protect both the delicate bond growing between them, and each other.
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- ASIN : B07F38R662
- Language : English
- File size : 2245 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 244 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 4,406 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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In this futuristic, space exploration sci-fi story, we follow a group of all male scientists and miners as they set up a small colony on a presumably inhabited planet called Omega IV.
When Dr Cameron Grant, to his own shock and surprise, makes first contact with a giant, purple and gorgeous alien named Tal’jen, all preconceptions of Omega IV and its status get blown out of the water. Not only does the planet have a vast population already, but based on Cameron’s exciting new interactions, that population is by all means very humanoid and clearly intelligent.
There may be a pesky language barrier between Tal’jen and Cameron, but Tal’jen knows immediately that this small, golden man, who calls himself Cam’ren, is meant to be Tal’jen’s mate. At first sniff, Cam’ren doesn’t seem to have presented yet as amekha, but Tal’jen is hopeful that he will do so soon, maybe with some enthusiastic wooing on Tal’jen’s part.
At first, Cameron keeps his discovery of Tal’jen a secret – mostly because his filmed interactions with Tal’jen quickly become a little too saucy for shared viewing. Cameron simply can’t seem to help himself where Tal’jen is concerned, the alien just does it for him. But when Cameron starts experiencing great pain in his lower abdomen, which seems to only be quelled by Tal’jen’s intimate touch, Cameron must let his fellow scientists in on his discoveries, if only to work out what the hell is going on with his body and why.
To Tal’jen, Cameron’s change is inevitable, with all indigenous life on Omega IV eventually presenting as altha or amekha, regardless of gender. As an altha himself, and as the future leader of his people, Tal’jen couldn’t be more ecstatic when his precious Cam’ren finally presents as amekha, making them a perfect match for mating and future breeding.
If only the two could understand one another, then everything Cameron is unexpectedly experiencing and everything Tal’jen hopes for their future could be explained, discussed, and hopefully settled before the inevitable natural changes swept through all of the members of the visiting human colony.
Oh man, I loved this story so much! The concept was completely original, blending sci-fi and fantasy elements perfectly with an interspecies alien romance plot. The story featured all those favourite A/B/O components that I know and love, including mating, knotting, and mpreg, and tweaked them and presented them in a whole new and unique light.
The world building was quite literally out of this world. I could envisage every aspect of Omega IV’s landscape and its people. Moray’s imagery was quite simple in presentation but bloody effective in setting the scene, creating a really cool place and a really likeable group of people – alien and human alike. At one point I was about ready to sign myself up for the next mission to Omega IV. Whether I presented as an altha or amekha simply wouldn’t matter, as long as I got myself an adorable and sexy purple alien to call my very own.
Although there were some small editing issues, I found myself completely immersed in Moray’s story and her writing style. I now eagerly await the next story to come in this series, because there are questions left unanswered and plenty of characters that need their stories told. Seriously, I need more now!!!
Tal'jen was the patient, protective, romantic alien of Cameron's dreams; the parts of the narration from his PoV were just wonderful, and you can't help but adore him as he becomes more and more attached to Cameron.
The story was excellently balanced between sci-fi and romance, conflict and sweetness, and the plot was well-rounded and fun. The drama felt real and most important of all it was a really fun read and I was left feeling really satisfied by the conclusion - though obviously I'm really looking forward to the next book in the series. Highly recommended.
Top reviews from other countries
Purple is the colour
Alien is the game
They are now all together
And getting him pregnant is his aim.
So cheer on Tal’Jen
Through the language barrier
‘Cause getting Cameron Grant is now his aim.
“The Company said Omega IV was uninhabited. They said Omega IV was safe.” was the Company wrong.....
My question is, how can a 7’, sex-on-legs, purple alien be wrong? I’m booking my flight now, Shin is way ahead of me and already on route 😉.
I soooooo enjoyed this 😁, even though it had some faults. Not Tal’jen. Tal’jen should be the next face of Adult Only Ribena, I guarantee it would outsell Coca-Cola, Pepsi, Mountain Dew and even tea!
If I had only one word to describe this book, it would be FESTEE = futuristic, exploratory, science team, exotic erotica.
So let’s talk about the faults....well, you are going to have to be lenient with the scientific plausibility and if I’m really honest, the actual Science Team themselves. Aren’t Scientists supposed to be intellectual, academic and scholars? Obviously in the future they have lowered their standards because this Team came across as juvenile to say the least. But they were mostly a likeable bunch and as it’s so rare to have an actual storyline with an erotica based storyline, I was content to let them and my questions fly over my head and just enjoy Tal’jen and Cameron 😁.
Lots of questions to be answered, but Tal’jen and Cameron got their HEAs, so I’m eagerly awaiting Book 2 to be released. No date yet, but Shin is in Stalking Mode and already stalking the author....I almost pity her 😂😂.
4 purple is the colour stars from me.
The world building and alien cultural aspects imbedded I did enjoy reading about. However, the world portrayed does take plenty of leaps which seemed unlikely to me. For example water hasn't the same viscosity as here on Earth, but still is drinkable for humans. Or the fact the atmosphere is coloured pink, which would mean it's made up of different mix of gases than on Earth but somehow still fully breathable. Or expedition members wearing casual blue jeans at their first touchdown on the planet, not space suits or other more appropriate first-contact expedition gear. Such details disappointed me about the sci-fi element of the story.
All my complaints above, as an exotic steamy story this book does work very well. There are some smoking hot scenes in here, and plenty of them. The main and side characters were likable and the insta-lust and chemistry between them tangible. The storyline flowed with ease and kept my interest up throughout. It's pretty obvious book 1 is setting up several future alien pairings with the rest of the crew members. I admit I would be curious enough to return to this world in a sequel.