Title: The Captive Pet (Alien Slave Master book 4)
Author: Samantha Cayto
Publisher: Pride publishing
Release Date: October 25, 2016
Genre(s): Paranormal, master/Slave, abuse/rape, gay erotica, alien
Page Count: 149 pages
Reviewed by: Natosha
Heat Level: 5 flames out of 5
Rating: 5 stars out of 5
When a distant planet’s ownership is in dispute, conquering aliens turn defiant human males into pampered sex slaves.
Frey Bjorkson is an orphan from New World Colony Five. While making a supply run, he’s been captured by a Travian privateer and kept as a pet. Brutalized, he fights to hold on to his sanity and hope of escaping. His hopes are all but dashed when his master loses him to another, scarier male.
Having lost his mate, Rone has given up his old military ambitions. Instead, he’s volunteered to pose as a privateer to root out the arms suppliers of the traitorous males trying to overthrow female rule. When he becomes the reluctant master to a human pet, he has little patience for caring for the scared, battered creature. That doesn’t stop him from wanting the boy, and, as he sets about claiming the human as his property, he finds himself getting in deeper than he’d intended.
Not only does Rone prove to be kinder, he also gives Frey his first experience with sexual pleasure. The way Rone makes him feel, physically and emotionally, confuses Frey. He fights against his growing attraction even while he struggles to learn just what his master’s true agenda is.
As Rone infiltrates the dangerous world of privateers, he reluctantly drags Frey in with him. He tells himself that he needs the cover of being a brutal slave owner, but there is no denying his growing need for the boy. As Rone’s mission heats up, the stakes are high, and the alien master and his captive pet will have to work together to survive.
Reader Advisory: This book contains sex scenes of both non-consensual and dubious consent, as well as scenes of violence, abuse and torture.
Pre-order Date: 13th September 2016
Available exclusively to Pride Publishing: 27th September 2016
General Release Date: 25th October 2016
The only way to save more then human kind and the alien kind is to act like the one you are trying to take down.
Rone never wanted a human pet but that is what he ended up with when he was undercover trying to infiltrate the enemy for information on what the enemy was up too. Rone ended acquiring his “new pet” in card game. Frey (Rone’s new human pet) turned out to be more then what Rone first anticipated.
Frey was the only one left alive after the ship he was on with a delivery to colony seven was captured by the enemy. He was turned immediately to a sex Slave by a sadistic master. Frey decides early on that he would survive the torture and would eventually escape but so far that has not happened and now he has a new master that he does not know how to take. Rone is different from his previous master and Rone treats him with some forms of respect.
The longer these two men are in each other’s company the closer they become and the more feelings start to become involved. Those feelings for one another leave both men confused as to why they are there but none the less that are there and present.
The more Rone is brought into the mix of the enemies jobs, the more dangerous the situation turns for not only Rone but for Frey also. One or both of these men may not make it out alive and worst yet they may not ever be able to figure what these feelings they are having for the other person truly are and how deeply they run.
This book was a fantastic read. I enjoyed being able to read about and picture Frey going from a scared, abused man to confident in his abilities to decipher who was a bad guy and who wasn’t. Who he could trust with not only his body but his mind and heart. At the beginning of this book Frey was but a shell of a person but gradually with Rone’s care, love, and attention he became the man he was meant to be. Frey became the man that his mom used to tell him that she thought he would turn into. I honestly do not think that would have been possible if not for Rone. This story may not have been all fairy tales and such but it was a great story and a great addition to this series. Samantha Cayto did an excellent job on this book.