Author: Cambria Hebert
Release: June 14, 2014
An erotic tale from beyond the stars
One night on the way home from a late shift at work, her car breaks down. Stranded on the side of a country road, with a dead cell phone, doesn’t seem like that big of a deal.
Until strange neon lights appear in the sky. She thinks it is her imagination.
When an inexplicable circular ship appears overhead, she can’t deny what’s clearly right in front of her. Especially when moments later, she’s taken onto the ship, a human hostage among those who are most definitely not human.
About to become a human guinea pig, possibly worse, the last thing she ever expects is to like the things these otherworldly beings subject her to. In fact, it is unlike anything she’s ever experienced.
Will Sophie find her way back to her planet, or will she beg to stay where her pleasure is literally out of this world?
Goodreads: Part 1 – https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/22466834-distant-desires?from_search=true
Part 2 – https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/22602647-distant-desires?from_search=true
Part 3 - https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/22824915-distant-desires-part-three---the-conclusion?from_search=true
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I really enjoyed this hot, steamy, and completely out of this world novel by Cambria Hebert.
Sophie is your a normal college student. Working at a bar she's definitely seen her fair share of weirdness, but nothing like what she encounters on the way home one night.
All of a sudden her Jeep stops working, her cell phone is dead, and wierd lights are appearing in the sky. The last thing she expected was for a space ship to appear as well. Even after that being abducted by the ship was even farther on her list of unexpected things to happen.
This is where she meets Tarek. An amazingly hot alien that has some plans for her. Plans she's not to sure will leave her being able to return to earth. Leaving her with an unknown future and her life in the hands of someone she could never fathom was real.
With characters that interact very well and a story line that has you reading "just one more page", Distant Desires by Cambria Hebert is definitely an experiance you want to encounter!
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Distant Desires Excerpt:
My fingers spider-climbed up the front of his robe, slowly, as if I were moving unintentionally. He didn't act like he noticed so I kept moving, creeping upward toward that damned hood that shielded his face.
He stood utterly still, almost as if he wasn't even breathing, as my fingers curled around the edge of the hood. The fabric was silky and cool against my fingers as I bunched it in my grip. I hesitated one second before going forward, ready to pull it back and reveal his face.
He jerked away, turning his head and pulling the material from my fingertips just out of reach, denying me the sight I so desperately wanted to see.
"You said you wouldn't hurt me," I whispered. He hadn't kept that promise and he knew it. It seemed the very least he could do was let me look at him.
Slowly, he turned his head toward me once more, tipping his chin down so he still was completely in the shadows of his clothing. Without hesitation, I grasped the fabric again and tugged it back, anxious.
The entire hood didn't slide away as I hoped, but I kept peeling it back anyway. My breath caught when the sight of the smoothest, palest skin I'd ever seen caught my eye. It was absolutely flawless. It appeared as if he didn't have any pores at all. I kept tugging, desperate now to see more.
My fingers dipped farther beneath the fabric and came into contact with his cheekbone, brushing against it and making me gasp out loud. Both of us stilled. He felt like the smoothest stone that sat for days in the summer sun. The heat that radiated from him and into me was unlike anything I'd felt before.
There were just no words to describe it. I could say it was like getting a hot stone massage, but from the inside out. I could say I imagined this was the feeling cats got when they lay in the rays of the sun in front of a window.
But I wouldn't say that.
Because this felt better.
One touch (especially an accidental one) just wasn't enough.