Harvest me next!

The Harvest: Taken
by M.A. Church

We are not alone. In the year 2050 mankind’s never-ending quest for proof life exists in the universe is answered—in the form of massive space ships that appear without warning above the capitals of all major nations. The name of their planet is Tah’Nar—and is dying. The United States sets up a lottery system, and each young man between the ages of twenty-three and twenty-eight is assigned a number. Once a year, for the next five years, numbers will be drawn and a new set of one thousand males will be collected. The media coined the expression ‘The Harvest’ for when the Tah’Narian’s collect these young men. 

Captain Keyno Landium Shou is a Tah’Narian starship captain who has been granted the right to take a mate, any mate, he wants during the last harvest on Earth. Dale was seventeen when the aliens first appeared. His parents assumed he’d be safe since the final collection would be done before he turned twenty-three. He didn’t fall within the guidelines established, so they took for granted he had nothing to fear. 

They were wrong. 

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(Reviewed by Mike)
Over here at Bike, both Bec and I (Mike) have our own preference for reading material for sure. I'm the confessed Sci-Fi junky haha. That being said, I really love the m/m genre as well. This author gave me both! The author blended some really awesome sci-fi concepts into this male/male romance flawlessly. Have to say, the scenes in the book are quite sexy lol. It may not be most readers cup of tea, but for those of us with an alien itch it was HOT. Just a light spoiler below, don't want to ruin anything. This was a very fun read. Definitely should check it out. I can't wait to read the second book to find out more about this interesting world M.A. Church has created.

[ Ladies you will love the idea of men getting pregnant. This author handles it in a way that was quite sweet. The alien love scenes, hair that acts as appendages, kinky and hot! The feral nature of the these cat like humanoids, so dominant yet sweet. Even the villainous Colt, such a beautiful monster, finds his unconventional HEA. It was a great read, and I wish there could have been more! The sci-fi geek in me wanted a little more world building, only because it was such a fun concept.  Mind you for a romance novel it was perfect. So I don't want anyone to think it takes away from the story. Great read for a fun weekend fantasy.

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