Wild Boy (Gay Monsters in Space Book 2) by Rome Ford

Krel and Connor were such a slow-burn and drastically opposite from the first couple. Wild Boy has a different take to the first book in this series.

From the blurb:

My life of crime ends abruptly when I'm kidnapped by an alien retrieval team. Stripped, waxed, and fitted with a tracking collar, I can't help but feel like property. But the big, hairy monster who claims me insists he's my mate—and that I have nothing to fear from his fangs, tail, and tentacles. Or his

He says we're perfect for each other. That he chose me from all the billions of humans on Earth. Too bad I've spent my whole life on the run, and I'm not too keen on being caught. But try telling that to a tentacle monster looking for a mate to spoil...and spank.

Tatted_book_freak's Review:

Another smutty short by Rome, although this one held my interest a tad bit more. Though it begins in the same fashion, with Connor being abducted, that's where their similarities end. 

Unlike Jake, Connor was very rebellious throughout the majority of the story, which added to an increase in the number of spankings incurred. But I did enjoy Krel and Connor’s slow burn, nowhere near as sexual as Little Mate, but did seem to have more of a plot. 

Rating: 4 Stars

Jacquie's Review:

Wild Boy is another very steamy short in this series. Connor is a thief who finds himself stolen by Krel's people. The general has picked him as his mate. The aliens seem to spend time watching their prospective mates first and getting to know details about their lives before they take them. I think this contributes to the mates accepting their lot fairly quickly.

As with book 1, spanking plays a part, more so here, as Connor is more rebellious than Jake was and less inclined to be submissive.

Though we get a glimpse of the pairing from the first novella, I think this can be read as a standalone.

Short but sweet.

Rating: 4 Stars

Wild Boy is available to buy as an ebook, paperback, or to read with Kindle Unlimited subscription.