Romance Science Fiction

Read Blind Fall

Read Blind Fall (Stolen by an Alien, #5)

I was gifted as a slave-bride to an alien giant.
That’s the start of my day. At least I have my guide dog, Kota, with me. I’d be lost without her… literally.
Yes. I’m blind.

And our new alien owner is kind enough that he’s not holding me to the wife or slave deal even though that’s what I was intended for. We’ve basically been dropped into a scene from Little House on the Alien Prairie, complete with his one-room cabin, and he’s been the perfect gentleman. He’s pretty great, and I’m actually starting to wish I could take him home with me.
He doesn’t know it yet, but the threat of him going into ‘rut’ is no longer a deterrent…

Low angst, low conflict, charming story. The love interest is very kind and patient, and her growing attachment made sense. It was neat to focus on the ways life on the farm empowered her as a blind person, letting her drive a cart and ride an alien horse for the first time. It’s very light on the sci-fi, basically a pioneer experience with some added alien creatures and culture to learn.

By Tracy Durnell

Writer and designer in the Seattle area. Freelance sustainability consultant. Reach me at She/her.

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