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His Fake Alien Fiancée by [Eimer, Patricia]
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Princess Perripraxis not only has to find a fiancé—and fast—she’s got to find one who doesn’t mind that her “ no makeup” face has green and purple scales. Otherwise, Daddy Dearest has plans that don’t include Perri’s compliance. Candidate Number One: Her sexy human best friend, Brandt.

Bartender Brandt Turner didn’t need all those years in the army to teach him never to leave a man behind. Or an alien princess in need of a pretend fiancé. If she needs someone to play the lovesick fool to convince her dad to let her stay on Earth, well then, he’ll let the world think Cupid finally took him out.

But Perri’s father has no intention of playing nice—and he’s not above cruel and unusual alien torture to make things go his way. But Brandt is willing to complete the mission...however far he has to go.


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  • Format: Kindle Edition
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  • Print Length: 214 pages
  • Publisher: Entangled: Select Otherworld (6 February 2017)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01N9SOL9P
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 2 customer reviews
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After escaping the forced marriage her father arranged that'd help him, but not what she wanted. Perri arrived on Earth with her sister Corri. Now her father wants to force both of them into yet another marriage. But while talking to her father Perri tells him he doesn't need to find them husbands because they've both found their soul-mates. While this is true for her sister Corri, it isn't for Perri! Now she has to find someone in their extremely small town that'll pretend to be her fiancé when her father comes to town in 4 days. However there is only a handful of people besides Agent Fox that know she's an alien.... Her sister, her sisters soul-mate Mattias, their boss at the diner and her husband, Brandt; who happens to not only be Mattias' best friend, but has been Perri's best human friend since she arrived. Brandt had been taught by his mother to be there when he's needed, so he volunteers to help Perri by being her pretend fiancé while her father is in town. However since he's never been the type of relationship guy, just the love 'em and leave 'em type, he didn't plan on cupid's arrow catching him. Perri's father on the other hand doesn't plan to play fair, he's always gotten things his way and has no intention of things going any other way. But Brandt is willing to go as far as it takes for to keep Perri safe and on Earth. To find out how all this comes about you'll have to read HIS FAKE ALIEN FIANCÉE. This is a cute and funny romantic sci-fi alien story. After reading this one, it makes me want to go back and read Patricia's first book of this series OUT OF THIS WORLD. I voluntarily reviewed an ARC copy of this book via IndieSage and Entangled Publishing through NetGalley in exchange for an honest blog tour review.
Favorite Passage~
~ If we’re going to talk about melting someone’s insides, then that’s definitely a conversation to have over tequila.”
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His Fake Alien Fiancée by Patricia Eimer ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

This book was fantastic; it had me laughing from the time I picked it up to the minute I put it down. It was both a paranormal romance and a comedy of sorts.

Perri and Corri were Alien Princesses. It is hilarious throughout the book how the girls are learning to live like humans. Corri had a human soul mate, Mattais. Perri and Brandt were great friends. I love how Brandt steps up to help Perri out when her father comes to earth.

This is the first book I have read of Patricia Eimer's. I will definitely read more work by her. A Book Lover's Emporium
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5.0 out of 5 stars Funny, sexy and just an all around great book! 8 February 2017
By Brian's Mom - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
This book had me rolling on the floor. Literally, I was on my bed but I was still rolling with laughter with this one. Ms. Eimer has written a flat out hilarious sci-fi romantic comedy that you will laugh, swoon, sigh, cry and then cheer in the end. As one knows, I don’t read sci-fi that much but lately, the books that are in the genre are hitting all of my buttons. Let me tell you what I loved about this one:

Perri – she is a delight. Raised as an alien princess with a horrible father, terrific siblings and a wonderful mother. In fact, she and Corri were tutored in Earth ways but once they came to Earth, everything they learned was wrong. Oh yes, reading about this, my hand flew up to my face in horror and then laughter. She realizes that she is the “spare” and just takes whatever anyone tells or does to her as her lot in life. Once she is on Earth, she decides that enough is enough. Finally standing on her own two feet, she fights for what she wants and that’s her life on Earth.
Brandt – I love him. He makes no bones about who he is and what he wants out of a relationship with a woman. Too bad, Charity he’s ex never got the memo. I did, however, fell kinda bad for her…until… Grrrr! In the end, he is a standup guy and only wants the best for Perri. He just never realized that Perri is the kind of woman that he can commit to. Scales and all. In fact, that’s they one thing that he truly loves about her. She’s an alien but she’s the most “real” woman that he has ever known. *swoon*
Atomic Springs (the town) – You gotta love a town that knows about Area 51, the relocation of aliens and that the local diner is run by a Martian. I loved Flo and would like to get to know her better. I also liked that the story refers to Roswell, too. You need to sorta kinda suspend some of her belief in the story but it’s worth it.
The pacing is fast and I loved the countdown headers for each chapter. I also liked Ms. Eimer’s writing. It’s light, humorous, snarky but most of all real. Even though there are aliens in the book, they are very real. They have real emotions, problems, familial dysfunction and just want to be left alone to live their life.
So in the teasers above, they are talking about sex. There is sex in the book and referenced very humorously. Perri doesn’t understand much except what she was taught by the “documentaries” that the tutor saw fit, so it is funny. When it comes time for Perri to lose her “earth virginity”, it’s sweet, emotional and definitely swoon worthy. The aftermath is cute but…Brandt is an idiot.
Do yourself a favor and pick up this book to read. It’s funny, sexy, real and above all…just plain fun. It’s on my keeper shelf and I highly recommend it to even the read that hates reading sci-fi. You are definitely missing out on this one.

*I received this book via NetGalley from the publisher for the sole purpose of my opinion. This is my opinion and I was not paid for it.*
5.0 out of 5 stars What a marvelous world! Loved it! 15 March 2017
By Georgethegirl - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
His Fake Alien Fiancee is the kind of book that makes you want to do a sort of flail, maybe wave your hands, slap your thigh, giggle out loud and tell your friends about. It is just downright funny for one thing. I mean seriously, laugh out loud. Just like its predecessor, this was a wonderful romp through what could happen if worlds collided.

Peri was just as delightful a character as her sister was before her, yet her personality and voice shown through splendidly as she navigated her way through life on Earth, and the romance that came with it. Brandt may not have been the stereotypical perfect man, but he was perfect for her. I mean, he loved her, scales and all haha, even if it took a while for him to realize it. A hilarious while.

"If you don't shut up and start having $*x with me, I am going to die. Right here. On this table. And then how are you going to explain that tomorrow?" "I have no idea." "Then quit talking and $*xu@l intercourse me already!" "Yes, ma'am."

Can't nobody say that Peri isn't a girl who knows what she wants, and absolutely nobody would dare to say that she doesn't reach out and take it. She's stood aside, she's put her needs behind others for too long, and it is high time that she gets the attention and the life she deserves.

Oh but this is just a marvelous world Patricia Eimer has created, and the town has made a place in my heart with its zany characters, aliens and all. I can't wait to see what this series holds for me next! ~ George, 5 Stars
3.0 out of 5 stars Definitely different 7 February 2017
By Melody May - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
When I started His Fake Alien Fiancée, I wasn't sure what I got myself into, other than the title and the cover caught my attention. When I started reading the story, I felt I was missing something, which I was. So, I would recommend reading Out of This World first, because there are somethings I would have benefit knowing. Anyway, we are going to press forward.

So, I read His Fake Alien Fiancée and I wasn't sure if I was going to keep going. I was considering quitting the book about 21%, but I continued on. You know what the story grew on me. Not something I would normally read, but it was interesting. We have Brandt who is emotionally stunted. He chooses to lack the ability of committing, because of what his father did when his wife was dying of cancer. So, he used women and women let him. However, when he was around Perri he restrain himself. So nice of him. Anyway, Perri is alien princess and there is more on how she ended up on this planet. She's still learning the ways of being an earthling.

In some ways I'm glad, I didn't give up on the story. I wasn't sure how I felt about Perri. At the beginning she's not sure about herself, but I did like her character growth. However, it's a little slow, but towards the end I did like her. She's sweet and kind, and a bit wholesome. Brandt I liked in the beginning, but as the book progress I sorta didn't like him. Eventually, he gets his head screwed on right.

Overall, not a bad read. Definitely different. In some aspects it reminded me of Men in Black, so that was kind of cool. Would I read more from this series, the jury is still out. However, I was interested in reading the book, because the cover who knows.

Copy provided by Entangled via NetGalley
5.0 out of 5 stars His Fake Alien Fiancée 12 March 2017
By Kimmie Sue's Reviews - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Oh. My. Freaking God!!! What a great book it so elegantly written
and what a truly unique romance. This book was an absolute treat
to read. It is book two in the series and I have to go read book one
now. And so ready to see what she writes next.

This book is about Brandt and Perri. Brandt is an ex military man
and human. Now when I say that as Perri is an alien, but she is not
just any alien. She is a princess but most importantly she is Brandt
friend. But her father is a real piece of (well I cannot say what he
really is unless I want my review removed.) But trust me when you
read this book no matter how bad a dad you had. He is nothing
compared to the complete (bleep bleep) her dad is. He wants to
make her marry this alien just to save his hide. And she has to
convince him she has a man. So she runs to her friend for help.
Now they just need to convince him he is the right choice for Perri.
But I will tell you she has an unusual diet and when you find out
you'll laugh and omg the dinner with her dad was just so much fun.
I was Laughing my butt off at some of it and angry at others.

Now before I ruin this for you I will leave off here. I hope
you enjoy this book as much as I did. If you do like this
book, please consider leaving a review. The Authors really like
it when you do; they value your opinions too.
3.0 out of 5 stars (I like sci-fi and silly 20 April 2017
By dSavannah - Published on Amazon.com
There are two things I wish I'd known about this book before I chose it. The first: it's a romance wrapped up in a silly sci-fi packaging. (I like sci-fi and silly; I just don't generally read romance.) It is a "light" romance.

Second, I wish I known that this is the second in a series. I don't think that not having read the first book completely hindered my enjoyment of this book, but it seemed there were a few instances where I got a little lost when characters would refer to things that must have happened in the first book. There were some, shall we say *logistics*, that I didn't quite get.

Otherwise, it was a quick, fun read. The characters were well-drawn, the plot pretty fast-paced, and the situations amusing and cute. The author clearly had a good time thinking up silly things an alien wouldn't understand about being a human.

I didn't like that sometimes the point of view bounced around, even within sections.

Overall, fun read. 3.5 stars

Note:
I received a digital ARC of this book from the publisher via NetGalley. This has no bearing on my review. I never guarantee a positive rating, and all thoughts and opinions are my own.

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