Review: Engaged to an Alien Pop Star by Kendra L. Saunder

Posted January 24, 2018 by soaringu in five star, funny and hilarious, musicians, paranormal romance, Reviews / 0 Comments

Review: Engaged to an Alien Pop Star by Kendra L. SaunderEngaged to an Alien Pop Star (Alien Pop Star, #2) by Kendra L. Saunders
Published by Crimson Tree Publishing on November 28th 2016
Genres: Fiction, Romance, Science Fiction, Romantic Comedy, Alien Contact
Pages: 300
Format: Kindle
Source: Purchased
Goodreads
five-stars

Daisy Kirkwood and her best friend Kammie have adjusted to life on an alien planet pretty well, all things considered. And thanks to Daisy's alien pop star boyfriend, Griffin Valentino, she has plenty of sexy new experiences to keep her busy. But it's not possible to take a massive music nerd away from her home planet and not expect her to pine for a concert or a record store at least in once in a while.

Heading back to Earth with Griffin and his best friend Dev for a brief but much-needed visit, the girls want nothing more than to catch up on the underground music scene of New York City. Unfortunately, thanks to Griffin's less-than-stellar space traveling skills, they accidentally pick up a hitchhiker. Or three hundred. Their many-legged stowaway beasties take up residence in the darkest, creepiest corners of Manhattan, leaving the gang no choice but to experience a very different underground than they bargained for.

Giant alien bugs aside, Griffin has some epic plans of his own for their trip, plans that involve a concert, an album… and the most outrageous marriage proposal that Earth has ever seen.

Review: Engaged to an Alien Pop Star by Kendra L. SaunderEngaged to an Alien Pop Star (Alien Pop Star, #2) by Kendra L. Saunders
Published by Crimson Tree Publishing on November 28th 2016
Genres: Fiction, Romance, Science Fiction, Romantic Comedy, Alien Contact
Pages: 300
Format: Kindle
Source: Purchased
Goodreads
five-stars

Daisy Kirkwood and her best friend Kammie have adjusted to life on an alien planet pretty well, all things considered. And thanks to Daisy's alien pop star boyfriend, Griffin Valentino, she has plenty of sexy new experiences to keep her busy. But it's not possible to take a massive music nerd away from her home planet and not expect her to pine for a concert or a record store at least in once in a while.

Heading back to Earth with Griffin and his best friend Dev for a brief but much-needed visit, the girls want nothing more than to catch up on the underground music scene of New York City. Unfortunately, thanks to Griffin's less-than-stellar space traveling skills, they accidentally pick up a hitchhiker. Or three hundred. Their many-legged stowaway beasties take up residence in the darkest, creepiest corners of Manhattan, leaving the gang no choice but to experience a very different underground than they bargained for.

Giant alien bugs aside, Griffin has some epic plans of his own for their trip, plans that involve a concert, an album… and the most outrageous marriage proposal that Earth has ever seen.

My Thoughts

Engaged to an Alien Pop Star is the sexy second installment in the Dating an Alien Pop Star series! It certainly lived up to its predecessor and was such a fun read. 

I throughly enjoyed reading the progression of Griffin and Daisy’s relationship. They are now in a steady relationship and things are going great. There is so much sweetness associated with the two. Tons of kissing and some sexy moments. However, Saunders keeps up the spirit of showing how much these two people love each other. The balance and chemistry between them was no forced. And, Saunders made their relationship more entertaining as usual. There are some extremely funny moments relating to Griffin’s alien behavior. And, his style of dressing so adorable. I love how Griffin’s antics and quirks made the relationship so much fun.

The overall plot was extremely well done. I had a great time learning more about Griffin’s planet. The meetings and all the prime ministers are extremely hilarious. I love how Saunders added subtle differences to the planet and showed why earth was so attractive. In addition, the whole universe and space travel concept is extremely cool.

I really enjoyed seeing Devon and Kammie’s relationship progress. It was adorable to see the two of them get together. Aliens and humans together is just an awesome combo. And, Griffin and his dad’s relationship throughouly improved throughout the book. I really liked seeing a new side of Griffin, his diplomatic side. It was very well portrayed the burden of his responsibilities.

Overall, this is a great second installment to Griffin and Daisy’s love story. I really enjoyed reading it. There were great laugh out loud moments.

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