Wednesday, June 30, 2010
Michelle Houston, All Alone In The Night
Title: All Alone in the Night
Author: Michelle Houston
Rating: Four Siren Stones
Genre: Science Fiction
Keywords: Ménage , GLBT, BDSM, Futuristic
Page Count: 26 pages
ISBN E-Book: 978-1-60659-958-7
Publisher: Phaze Books
Buy-Link (If available): http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/17845
Reviewer: Stacey Krug
Riana had almost given up hope of ever finding her lost comrades,
and friends, when the Earth-Space Initiative finally decided to send her
on a fact finding mission, almost two years after Braden and Davin had
gone missing. They figured it was finally safe.
They figured wrong.
Now Riana is stuck on a strange planet, lucky to be alive after being
sucked into a wormhole. And she wasn’t the only one stranded there; she
had found the missing pilots. With no way home, and only themselves to
answer to, they had plans for her; plans several years in the making.
All Alone In The Night is set in the future, where space travel is a common practice.
Riana goes through great efforts to mount a search party for her two best friends, Davin and Braden. When she finds them, they have been alone together on a deserted planet for two years.
Riana struggles with the attraction that she feels for both of them. But Braden and Davin make it easy for her, since they both are in love with her and have been for years.
This futuristic story turns into a hot, erotic adventure. The chemistry between the characters is wonderful. The alpha male, Braden, is tempered by the loving male, Davin. The dynamics make for an interesting ménage a trio with a little BDSM thrown into the mix.
It’s a great short story and the author does a nice job of drawing the reader into her world. Based on this story, I would seek others written by Michelle Houston!