Author: Katie Jane Gallagher
Rating: 4.0 out of 5
Once upon a time, an alien prince craving solitude docked his spaceship above the snowy Montana mountains.
Unbeknownst to him, a small-town beauty searched for her missing father in the lonely winter woods…
When Corinne Kaminski volunteers to take her father’s place on the alien’s sprawling, desolate ship, she regards it as a death sentence. But just as the alien promised, no harm befalls her in her strange new home, where the walls talk, a dense hothouse flourishes, and sim rooms transport the user to any place imaginable.
The ship’s only other occupant, Del, is shocking to look at. Beastly, some might say. But Corinne finds herself unable to look away.
Yet a gilded cage is still a cage, and Corinne longs for freedom. Her instincts might be pushing her toward friendship with Del—and something more than friendship, perhaps—but at what cost?
This was a quick, fun read. To me, things escalated between Corinne and Del too quickly, but I’ve never been abducted by aliens, so what do I know? Her psychological warfare tactics—blasting AC/DC—made me laugh. I enjoyed the descriptions of her Montana home, and I look forward to reading more about these characters.
Katie Jane Gallagher was born in Illinois. Unearthly is the first book in the Beauty and Her Alien series.
(Galley courtesy of the author in exchange for an honest review.)
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