Bond, by Tasha Black | (Mini) Book Review

Hello friends! Today I have my review of Bond, by Tasha Black.

Bond is the first book in the Stargazer Alien Mail Order Brides series.

Trigger / Content Warnings: Attempted Murder, Stalking, Sex Scenes

31945839When our otherworldly brothers arrive a last they expect a warm welcome…

Posey Quinn has always believed there was more to the world than what she can see. So when she arrives in Stargazer with her head full of conspiracies and high-end hairspray, she isn’t entirely surprised to learn that instead of donating eggs for tuition money, she is being asked to make an alien fall in love with her, and become an ambassador for humankind. What she doesn’t expect is how irresistible Bond is, and how hard it will be not to lose her own heart to the man who plays her body like a violin.

Bond is on Earth to fill one human female with as much pleasure as she can bear, a mission he’s finding very agreeable. But he’s not here to fall in love. Tasked with using his powers of human seduction to glean what he can about Earth and its inhabitants, Bond knows that if the planet’s resources are worthy and its residents aren’t, his days of pleasing Posey will soon be at an end.

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I honestly don’t have much to say about Bond..

Even though I read the synopsis for Bond I truly didn’t know what to expect from this story. While this book overall did disappoint me, this book was also highly entertaining. 

The beginning was very confusing. And then suddenly everything was sorted out. In regards to the beginning though, I’m confused as to why there wasn’t anymore elaboration from that scene. 

I’m sorry, but within the first few chapters…I was laughing so hard internally. I can’t even begin to deal with it. But I kept on reading anyway, because WHY NOT? LOL

While things did not go smoothly—I’m appreciative that even though they are aliens, they seem to have human faults when playing human games. 

We don’t get to know the history of the characters, except what applies to the story in that moment…which wasn’t much at all to be frank.

There are two points of view that we read from. The first being Posey, and the second being Bond.

did enjoy reading Bond, but not enough to end up really liking or loving it.

I give Bond, 2 stars.

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Have you read Bond? Have you read anything else by Tasha Black? Did you enjoy it? 

Thank you for stopping by!

See you soon, and Happy Reading!

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