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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 A 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... **This book is a standalone--grab and enjoy! (Note: Explicit language and adult scenes are contained in this book.) 56K words. ***Heads up for readers of the Stolen by an Alien series: this is an interconnected standalone, so hop in and have some fun “Aha!” moments with me!


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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 A 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... **This book is a standalone--grab and enjoy! (Note: Explicit language and adult scenes are contained in this book.) 56K words. ***Heads up for readers of the Stolen by an Alien series: this is an interconnected standalone, so hop in and have some fun “Aha!” moments with me!

30 review for Blind Fall

  1. 4 out of 5

    T00zday

    Soooo incredibly SWEET!! If you read the other books in the series you remember that the auction pen of human women contained a blind lady and her seeing eye dog. This is their story. Some of the other books have had dark elements but this one is absent of that. Wonderfully sweet romance. Animal lovers will especially enjoy this book as the secondary characters are the animals. Available via Kindle Unlimited. This book is part of a series but you can read it as a standalone. Absolutely recommended!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Suzanne (Under the Covers Book blog)

    Being kidnapped by aliens and then sold on the slave market isn’t fun for anyone. But it’s especially hellish if you are blind as Sanna has discovered, the only bright spot is that she still has her guide dog Kota. Luckily she is bought from the auction block by Breslin, who may be huge and clearly alien but he is willing to help her get home. However, until she can get a ride back to Earth she and Kota are going to his alien ranch. As Sanna spends more time with Breslin, it becomes harder and h Being kidnapped by aliens and then sold on the slave market isn’t fun for anyone. But it’s especially hellish if you are blind as Sanna has discovered, the only bright spot is that she still has her guide dog Kota. Luckily she is bought from the auction block by Breslin, who may be huge and clearly alien but he is willing to help her get home. However, until she can get a ride back to Earth she and Kota are going to his alien ranch. As Sanna spends more time with Breslin, it becomes harder and harder to imagine her life without him. But to stay with him she would have to give up on ever going back home. You all know by now how much I love my sci fi romance, it’s a staple of my reading diet. However, with my love of the genre comes the hazard of some truly…unique covers, which is the case with Blind Fall. But don’t let that put you off. This book is adorable. Any book with a pet in it is, in my opinion, automatically cuter than usual. This is especially true with the ever loving and faithful Kota, Sanna’s guide dog. But it isn’t just the furry companion that makes this book adorable, I loved the romance in this one. Breslin was truly a gentle giant. Although he was immediately wildly attracted to Sanna, he didn’t put any pressure on her and never pushed for more than friendship. This meant the romance between them was more of a slow burn. Luckily Sanna felt the same attraction and made the first move. As for the blindness on the heroines part, this was an interesting aspect of the book. I liked that the heroine didn’t suddenly get ‘cured’ by some advanced alien technology. And one of the things I loved most about Breslin is how he enabled and encouraged Sanna to do things. Something Sanna embraced wholeheartedly. He made adjustments for her blindness but didn’t treat her like her lack of sight rendered her incapable. Don’t let the cover put you off, this was a really sweet read and I highly recommend it. It’s also good if you want a standalone, as although it is part of the Stolen by an Alien series’ universe it only connects loosely with the other books.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Sometime

    This was a cool concept: a human woman kidnapped by aliens to be sold as a slave. The catch is, she is blind. Along with her trusty guide dog Kota, Sanna adapts well to her new circumstance. And Breslin, the alien who is now her "owner" is such a sweetheart. I liked this one. It was a bit of a slow burn and I was ready for things to happen long before they did. But it was a good continuation of the series and read well as a stand-alone.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Nike

    If you are looking for a new book boyfriend, look no more, Breslin if the guys you have been looking for; and don’t be fooled by the dog in the cover, this is a through, and through alien romance, he is big, strong, caring, attentive, and yes, very alien. This book is #5 in the Stolen by an Alien series, I will highly recommend reading the books in order, but that’s because I love Amanda Milo’s books. You would have no problem reading Breslin story as a stand-alone. Happy reading!!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Rhea May

    Absolutely FIVE STARS for this delightful part of the Stolen by an Alien series. For Breslin and Sanna, for Kota! It was sweet, it was fresh, it was HOT...it was everything an alien romance should be. This particular series and author is an all-time favorite of mine and Blind Fall did not disappoint. Can't wait for the next installment (perhaps Beth?). One could only hope... :D

  6. 4 out of 5

    BookPauper

    Bres and San and Kota are adorable. A very sweet story and I love that “alpha hero” doesn’t have to mean aggressive and domineering. Don’t get me wrong I like them too, but it’s a wonderful and much more “take home and keep” alternative to read of a strong man that nurtures and believes in a woman’s right to choose her own path. Yum.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Brianna

    This book grabbed me right away. When I saw that this story featured a blind heroine, I was in. I'm always up for more characters with disabilities in romance. The fact that this was a sci-fi romance? Yep, I had to read it. I loved Breslin, the hero. He trained and took care of animals called Narwari. I loved his gruff but gentle personality. He was awesome. I loved the heroine, Sanna, too. She was practical, kind, and someone I'd totally be friends with. I really appreciated the fact that the au This book grabbed me right away. When I saw that this story featured a blind heroine, I was in. I'm always up for more characters with disabilities in romance. The fact that this was a sci-fi romance? Yep, I had to read it. I loved Breslin, the hero. He trained and took care of animals called Narwari. I loved his gruff but gentle personality. He was awesome. I loved the heroine, Sanna, too. She was practical, kind, and someone I'd totally be friends with. I really appreciated the fact that the author strove to get details about blindness right: I particularly loved the bit where Sanna reflects on strangers trying to "help" her by simply dragging her places. I was like, yes!!! So annoying! As for the actual plot, I was in from the first page. Sanna and her guide dog were stolen from Earth, and Breslin's friend buys Sanna for him after seeing Breslin's interest in her. Sanna goes to live with Breslin on his farm, where he teaches her to drive a wagon, provides her with chores to keep from being bored, and the two of them fall in love. I normally don't read series out of order, but I had no problems doing so with this book. In fact, this was an awesome introduction to the author's world and characters. I liked the glossary at the beginning, too. If you're after an easy sci-fi romance with likable characters, a blind heroine, and a bit of steaminess, definitely check this out!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Leo (Queen of the Rants and the Crazy)

    4 Kota (🐕) stars. Put a dog in the cover of your book and it’ll guarantee that I’ll read your book. It’s probably 3 stars but im clicking 4 stars for the dog. How amazing this dog was, how protective she was of her owner I liked the heroine too because of her love for her dog and as she called it her best friend. What can I say about the hero? Well it seems that Aliens heroes are pretty amazing with their heroines. They’re sweet, respectful and kind. This one kept telling the heroine what he would 4 Kota (🐕) stars. Put a dog in the cover of your book and it’ll guarantee that I’ll read your book. It’s probably 3 stars but im clicking 4 stars for the dog. How amazing this dog was, how protective she was of her owner I liked the heroine too because of her love for her dog and as she called it her best friend. What can I say about the hero? Well it seems that Aliens heroes are pretty amazing with their heroines. They’re sweet, respectful and kind. This one kept telling the heroine what he would do. Like he wanted to put his hands in the small part of her back he would ask her, if he wanted to get her down from somewhere he would tell her. Humans heroes are d*cks. They’re so disrespectful, arrogants and cocky. Not to mention mansluts. Not this hero who was a recluse. I’ve only have read the 1st book and this one from this series but both heroes were pretty sweet. And I liked the hero even more with how treated her dog and his animals. Meesahrah was a funny animal and how hero argued with her was very cute.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Bubbles The Book Pimp

    Another wonderful installement/almost stand-alone book in the ‘stolenverse’ by the wonderfully creative and original Amanda Milo. After being gifted a slave bride by his friend after selling his livestock at market Breslin uses all his nurturing skills and ability to reassure the recently abducted and kidnapped Sanna and her guide dog Kato into to build a friendship, whilst her home world is found and she can be return home. The only problem for Sanna is the longer she spends with Breslin the mor Another wonderful installement/almost stand-alone book in the ‘stolenverse’ by the wonderfully creative and original Amanda Milo. After being gifted a slave bride by his friend after selling his livestock at market Breslin uses all his nurturing skills and ability to reassure the recently abducted and kidnapped Sanna and her guide dog Kato into to build a friendship, whilst her home world is found and she can be return home. The only problem for Sanna is the longer she spends with Breslin the more she wants to stay. This book was the ultimate in happy happy joy joy of feels, Lols and teen girl sighs.. Breslin and Sanna’s story was an absolute joy fest of emotions from start to finish. I adored their banter and interactions and the humour that filled this book was both natural and wonderfully organic in its delivery. I really enjoyed the minimalistic feel to this book... minimalist in that the despite being a Sci fi... the focus was on the friendship and romance that was building between the two MC’ was paramount. That despite this...there was still BUCKETS of story included in this book. All my book nerding boxes were checked and I’m a happy loved up Bubbles The Book Pimp for reading this brilliantly original book!

  10. 5 out of 5

    Megan Russell

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I cannot express how much I loved this installment of the Stolen-verse. Breslin is an amazing, caring, protective hero. Sanna is a sassy, independent, intelligent heroine. Kota, an adorable dog that is fiercely protective of her person. For anyone wondering- Amanda Milo isn’t heartless, the dog lives! The progression of Breslin and Sanna’s relationship felt relatable and realistic. The imagery of the new species was aw inspiring. I have now bumped these two into my favorite characters in the Sto I cannot express how much I loved this installment of the Stolen-verse. Breslin is an amazing, caring, protective hero. Sanna is a sassy, independent, intelligent heroine. Kota, an adorable dog that is fiercely protective of her person. For anyone wondering- Amanda Milo isn’t heartless, the dog lives! The progression of Breslin and Sanna’s relationship felt relatable and realistic. The imagery of the new species was aw inspiring. I have now bumped these two into my favorite characters in the Stolen-verse category. The sassiness and playful banter that takes place through this book is something I thoroughly enjoy, and makes these characters seem all the more real. Breslin “trainer voice” reminds me of many a cowboy I’ve had the pleasure of hearing speak. The playful threats to his sassy mount, Meesahrah, are something I can directly relate to with serval of my own hooved friends. Sanna’s independence never waivers, she takes all things in stride, and it’s a wonderful break from the ladies in many books who just sit and cry for chapters on end. I really hope we get to see more of this couple, and I firmly believe I now want to die in a wave of puppy kisses- but you’ll have to read the book to find that reference!

  11. 5 out of 5

    Nancy

    A MUST read! Amanda Milo is my favorite author hands down! If you enjoy humor, hilarious snaphrases, loveable characters, sassy women and beautiful huge hearted hero's, you will adore this authors talent! This particular book is a standalone but beautifully adds to the "Stolen" series. Sigh so loving Breslin and Sanna;) I highly, highly recommend this author for the pure entertainment that her work offers. So many heart warming and laugh out loud moments. Fantastically creative, and addictive. Al A MUST read! Amanda Milo is my favorite author hands down! If you enjoy humor, hilarious snaphrases, loveable characters, sassy women and beautiful huge hearted hero's, you will adore this authors talent! This particular book is a standalone but beautifully adds to the "Stolen" series. Sigh so loving Breslin and Sanna;) I highly, highly recommend this author for the pure entertainment that her work offers. So many heart warming and laugh out loud moments. Fantastically creative, and addictive. Always wait with baited breath for a new release! Do yourself a favor and one click, you will NOT be disappointed!

  12. 4 out of 5

    Gena

    Meh reading this was like drinking lukewarm tea. Hints of goodness but bland. No angst, an incredibly good hearted hero and a heroine who felt strangely flat ie it didn't feel like we got to know her.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Lisa Book Shelf

    Cute This is a charming book when she is kidnapped and taken by aliens she finds herself a bride to an alien. But he's a wonderful sweet guy that years her like a princess . Cute book with great characters 👍

  14. 5 out of 5

    Cori Miller

    Love, loved, LOVED this book! Longer review to come!

  15. 4 out of 5

    Lela Woodard

    A Must Read I love Amanda Milo and her gift of weaving a story. This one was just heartfelt! I couldn't put it down. Can you only imagine if Sanna hadn't gotten taken by Breslin or if Kota wasn't in the mix.....

  16. 4 out of 5

    Biondatina

    Sweet, funny, good story!

  17. 4 out of 5

    Jen

    Loved this!!! sweet hero sweet Heroine no TSTL moments great story, finally we find out what happened to the dog in earlier books, having said that this can totally stand up by itself reading the other books is recommended but not required (do it though totally worth it!!)

  18. 5 out of 5

    Susie

    Breslin sweeter than honey!!! Absolutely teveking brilliant! I just loved, loved, LOVED Breslin and Sanna's story. This has become one of my favourites in the series so far (Angie and Arokh's story begin the other). It has definitely rekindled my love for this series and I think it has to do with the fact that we were finding everything out as it was actually happening not beforehand like for the other characters. I was hooked from the very start, just couldn't put this baby down. Breslin captiva Breslin sweeter than honey!!! Absolutely teveking brilliant! I just loved, loved, LOVED Breslin and Sanna's story. This has become one of my favourites in the series so far (Angie and Arokh's story begin the other). It has definitely rekindled my love for this series and I think it has to do with the fact that we were finding everything out as it was actually happening not beforehand like for the other characters. I was hooked from the very start, just couldn't put this baby down. Breslin captivated me and I think I've even fallen in love with this character. He was beyond words, beautiful inside and out, a truly wonderful man, Sanna was a very lucky girl. First the first page you could tell what a kind hearted person he truly was just by his handle and care with animals. Then he went and opened his mouth and it was confirmed; an absolute sweet heart. His treatment of her, how he behaved towards her, how sweet, kind and compassionate add to that a panty melting physique to die for; big and tall with muscles galore and a voice richer than any chocolate. Good lord in heaven he was absolute PERFECTION!! All I keep wondering is how in HELL did Sanna keep from jumping this aliens bones??? She definitely had way more common sense than I would have to not start anything between them until she was sure whether she wanted to stay or leave. I on the other hand would have pounced on him like he was my brand new pony and ridden him until walking was no longer an option lol. Even though it takes them to the end of the book to get together/mated I enjoyed this book soooo much than I didn't mind it in the least. All that suspense and major sexual tension between them made their love scenes way more intense and passionate, I almost had to take a cold shower that's how wild and animalistic Bres was during his rut (fanning myself). The epilogue provided was oh so sweet proving once again what a catch Breslin is but what I'd really loved would have been a surprise bun in the oven. I just needed Sanna to be expecting some mini Breslin's soooo badly, that would have made my year!

  19. 5 out of 5

    Marian

    What a sweet, romantic book! When Amanda Milo writes about such riveting, irresistible, wonderful alien males, it's frustrating to return to reality (sigh!) Well... This is the story about one of the human women captured by aliens and sold in an auction planet. The heroine is the blind one, Sanna, and her dog, Kota. She is lucky, though, and Breslin (again, sigh) gets her and takes her to his planet. It's a farming planet with very few females, and Breslin is an animal trainer. We get to see their What a sweet, romantic book! When Amanda Milo writes about such riveting, irresistible, wonderful alien males, it's frustrating to return to reality (sigh!) Well... This is the story about one of the human women captured by aliens and sold in an auction planet. The heroine is the blind one, Sanna, and her dog, Kota. She is lucky, though, and Breslin (again, sigh) gets her and takes her to his planet. It's a farming planet with very few females, and Breslin is an animal trainer. We get to see their daily life, so not big action, lots of chores...but it was engrossing. There is a slow build of the attraction between Sanna and Breslin, perhaps the whole book is the longest foreplay ever written 😜😁. Although I usually enjoy more heat in my science fiction romances, the relationship building between these two was so beautiful, that it kept me absorbed until the end. When the sex came it was HOT-HOT-HOT! (Madre mía!). It may have been hotter because I liked the MCs so much that I was just happy for them. The secondary characters were all super-funny, specially the four-legged ones; this is a book highly recommended for animal lovers. And for nurturing, caring, sexy, masculine, male-alien lovers. Thank you, Amanda Milo. PS: But next time, please, don't make us wait so long for the sexy parts! PSPS: Also, it would be nice if the characters are physically described, it helps to create an image about them.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Consuelo Keel

    Puppy!!! Sanna is a Spitfire Lady! Kota, Sanna, and Messa... my three new favorite ladies! I love the fact that Amanda Milo consulted another who like Sanna refused to let not being able to see slow her down. It showed a level of respect and dedication to portraying Sanna as realistically as possible, that I found well, respectable. I noted while reading that Sanna’s mannerisms were legit, having been blessed with the experience of witnessing my grandfather doing the same things as she at the din Puppy!!! Sanna is a Spitfire Lady! Kota, Sanna, and Messa... my three new favorite ladies! I love the fact that Amanda Milo consulted another who like Sanna refused to let not being able to see slow her down. It showed a level of respect and dedication to portraying Sanna as realistically as possible, that I found well, respectable. I noted while reading that Sanna’s mannerisms were legit, having been blessed with the experience of witnessing my grandfather doing the same things as she at the dinner table when I was a kid. It wasn’t till the end of the book that I learned how far Ms Milo had gone to bring Sanna to life. Kota was so much fun to follow her journey, and how well she adapted to what was happening, makes me wonder... what really would happen if mans best friend found themselves ‘lost in space’? Messa is awesome... can’t really say much bout that salk, without giving away spoilers lol... just saying that’s one sassy space horsey... space kelpie? Yeah I’d say space kelpie is as good a comparison as any... feisty thing that she is! What can I say about Breslin? Where can I get one? Oh wait... I couldn’t have him even if did... sigh 😔 I’m already married daggumit... oh well... guess Sanna gets to have all the fun eh?

  21. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

    This was a wonderful addition to this series! So sweet and sexy. Breslin, our hero, finds himself in possession of a blind human woman and her furry companion. He just wants to make sure she stays safe and is returned to her plant. It doesn’t matter that he finds her incredibly beautiful and she makes his life better. He’s determined to do the right thing and let her go. Sanna, our wayward heroine, might just have to change his mind. This was a really good book! Because Sanna is blind you don’t This was a wonderful addition to this series! So sweet and sexy. Breslin, our hero, finds himself in possession of a blind human woman and her furry companion. He just wants to make sure she stays safe and is returned to her plant. It doesn’t matter that he finds her incredibly beautiful and she makes his life better. He’s determined to do the right thing and let her go. Sanna, our wayward heroine, might just have to change his mind. This was a really good book! Because Sanna is blind you don’t get the visual descriptions of the surroundings and characters that you would normally get. I found myself really wishing that Sanna would ask more questions about how things looked. But, in all fairness, someone who was born blind probably wouldn’t be concerned with visual descriptions. It would have been nice if the author had snuck it in some other way though. Breslin’s species seemed really interesting. He was also such a nice guy!! Wow! He was pretty much perfect. Read this book if you want a kind and caring alien love interest and an interesting perspective on the world the characters inhabit.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Andrie

    Yeahy, another book from Amanda Milo. This woman makes me squeal with excitement. Stolen by an Alien series is one of my favourites and I can't get enough of Amanda's aliens. They are very yumy and if you don't believe me, have a go at this series and see for your selves. This book differs a litle bit from the previous four. It's more laid back and sweet throughout with a slow burning romance that melts your heart. The book is dual POV (my favourite). Heroine is a blind human who was abducted by t Yeahy, another book from Amanda Milo. This woman makes me squeal with excitement. Stolen by an Alien series is one of my favourites and I can't get enough of Amanda's aliens. They are very yumy and if you don't believe me, have a go at this series and see for your selves. This book differs a litle bit from the previous four. It's more laid back and sweet throughout with a slow burning romance that melts your heart. The book is dual POV (my favourite). Heroine is a blind human who was abducted by the aliens and has a dog called Kota. Sanna (the heroine) is given to Breslin by his friend, Ekan, but Breslin- a good hearted and sweet beyond words alien- thinks that the human should be returned to her world. All they have to do is wait awhile in Breslin's planet, in his home, until his friend can take Sanna to Earth. I won't say more cause I don't want to give anything away, but I can tell that this book is amazing. It can be read as a stand alone but if you'd do that, you'd be missing all the other gread books of this series.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Kristy Mills

    This was so sweet. I love reading about blind or deaf characters. It adds so much to the story. Anyway, this was about what happened to Sanna and Kota, introduced in the first book of this series. Sanna is blind and Kota is her service dog. I think my favorite part of this whole book was the when Breslin first took Sanna from the auction and tried to soothe her, before they could understand each other. Thats always my favorite parts of these books. But Breslin was such a gentle giant it was so ea This was so sweet. I love reading about blind or deaf characters. It adds so much to the story. Anyway, this was about what happened to Sanna and Kota, introduced in the first book of this series. Sanna is blind and Kota is her service dog. I think my favorite part of this whole book was the when Breslin first took Sanna from the auction and tried to soothe her, before they could understand each other. Thats always my favorite parts of these books. But Breslin was such a gentle giant it was so easy to fall in love with him. Breslin and Sanna had a very similar sense of humor and they had really sweet banter almost as soon as they could understand each other. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ FAVORITE QUOTES "I have a looong way to go before I starve." Breslin misses a step. "Do your kind's bodies store up fats and nutrients?" I wave my hands, indication all of myself. "Can't you see it on me?" "Can YOU?" Breslin's tone is disbelieving. "Woman, I hate to tell you this, but I believe you're blind." ~Sanna and Breslin

  24. 5 out of 5

    Nancy

    I felt like Blind Fall was a little bit of a departure from the rest of the Stolen by an Alien series, but just as wonderful as the other stories. Sanna is the blind abductee. Along with her dog, Kota, Sanna is gifted to Breslin by his friend, Ekan. Breslin is the picture perfect alien gentleman. I love this Breslin so much, I totally want him for myself! Breslin decides that Sanna should be taken home to earth, but Ekan has a few other questionable errands to run, so in the meanwhile she is goi I felt like Blind Fall was a little bit of a departure from the rest of the Stolen by an Alien series, but just as wonderful as the other stories. Sanna is the blind abductee. Along with her dog, Kota, Sanna is gifted to Breslin by his friend, Ekan. Breslin is the picture perfect alien gentleman. I love this Breslin so much, I totally want him for myself! Breslin decides that Sanna should be taken home to earth, but Ekan has a few other questionable errands to run, so in the meanwhile she is going to Breslin's home. It truly is like Alien Little House on the Prairie. On the agrarian planet there are very few females in the country area. Breslin trains Narwari. Narwari are similar to horses. Sanna has quite the adventure living in a one room house, tending to the Narwari, and learning to ride one! The romance in this story is more of a slow burn - my favorite! Along the way, Sanna discovers that there is no one else in the universe quite like her Breslin. I won't say much more about the story because I want you to discover it for yourself. Amanda Milo did an exemplary job and I loved Blind Fall! You'll definitely want to read this one! 4.5 stars!

  25. 4 out of 5

    Genni pratt

    Hmm Ok. This is definitely a SLOW burn. Probably the slowest one I’ve ever read. As with most Milo books, it’s very well written and all the characters have depth. I was glad she lightened up her tendency to describe bodily fluids in detail. The characters were fantastic. I really liked them both. I loved Sanna’s name and her description of what it’s like inside a blind woman’s head was probably the most descriptive and, in my non blind opinion, the most accurate. I loved Kota. Definitely showed Hmm Ok. This is definitely a SLOW burn. Probably the slowest one I’ve ever read. As with most Milo books, it’s very well written and all the characters have depth. I was glad she lightened up her tendency to describe bodily fluids in detail. The characters were fantastic. I really liked them both. I loved Sanna’s name and her description of what it’s like inside a blind woman’s head was probably the most descriptive and, in my non blind opinion, the most accurate. I loved Kota. Definitely showed the characteristics of a typical German Shepard. Breslin was great. And the description Sanna gives without being able to see was cute and I got a pretty good idea of what he looked like. Personally, slow burns like this aren’t my cup of tea. It was mildly boring and I had to wait a long long time for any sort of sexual tension or hanky panky. But if that is your style, it’s an excellent book and I do highly recommend.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Melanie S

    Five sweet stars and the Bark of Excellence! I loved this book. I love the bold, bad-ass alien who frees the blind slave - AND HER SERVICE DOG!! I love the gentle and funny alien "beast whisperer" who calms Sanna's fears and treats her like a person - with respect, empathy, and growing love. I love Sanna, whose blindness hinders but never stops her. As the parent of a young blind person, it heartens me to see Sanna portrayed so normally - she handles her life and her issues with humor, grace, and Five sweet stars and the Bark of Excellence! I loved this book. I love the bold, bad-ass alien who frees the blind slave - AND HER SERVICE DOG!! I love the gentle and funny alien "beast whisperer" who calms Sanna's fears and treats her like a person - with respect, empathy, and growing love. I love Sanna, whose blindness hinders but never stops her. As the parent of a young blind person, it heartens me to see Sanna portrayed so normally - she handles her life and her issues with humor, grace, and a working partnership with Kota her service dog. Nothing about Sanna says "pitiful" or "needy" Author Amanda Milo continues to be on my "one click list" for her unsurpassed world-building, her outstanding characterization, and her deeply engaging stories.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Silver James

    Well...that was fun. This book popped up in an email and the blurb caught my attention. Milo is a new-to-me author and it's been awhile since I read an alien romance. This one was unique because the heroine is blind and she has ber guide dog with her. She's gifted from the "slave pens" to her alien, who trains equinesque beasts on his home planet. He's a gentle giant who promises to help her get home. In living on his farm, and with his acknowledgement she is capable rather than handicapped, San Well...that was fun. This book popped up in an email and the blurb caught my attention. Milo is a new-to-me author and it's been awhile since I read an alien romance. This one was unique because the heroine is blind and she has ber guide dog with her. She's gifted from the "slave pens" to her alien, who trains equinesque beasts on his home planet. He's a gentle giant who promises to help her get home. In living on his farm, and with his acknowledgement she is capable rather than handicapped, Sanna can't help but fall in love with Breslin. This was a sweet, slow-burn romance with lots of banter, some smiles, and a definite HEA. Oh, and ignore the lack of a scifi/alien type cover--mostly. Do scan back to the front matter for the dedication. The cover makes very much sense then.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Tina

    Blind Fall I absolutely loved Sanna and Breslin. I loved Kota and Meesahrah also lol. I was one of those wondering what happened with the dog and The woman with her. So I am thrilled that I got to read her story and it's HEA. The whole story line was fascinating and made me laugh out loud more times than not. I am so glad the other farmers got their own females, I was crossing my fingers for them. You never at any time during this great story felt cheated with the wonderful descriptive phrases us Blind Fall I absolutely loved Sanna and Breslin. I loved Kota and Meesahrah also lol. I was one of those wondering what happened with the dog and The woman with her. So I am thrilled that I got to read her story and it's HEA. The whole story line was fascinating and made me laugh out loud more times than not. I am so glad the other farmers got their own females, I was crossing my fingers for them. You never at any time during this great story felt cheated with the wonderful descriptive phrases used to describe Sanna's world the way she saw it. It enhanced how beautiful the inside of Breslin is and how you can truly interact with others with out visual misconceptions. I can't wait to read Beth's story or any story Ms. Milo writes about.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Melissa

    Amazing read I love Amanda Milo's writing. This series has sucked me in from page one and hasn't let me go since. Alien romance isn't usually my go to thing generally I go for Paranormal Romance, This was actually my first alien romance series and I'm so glad I read these books. If you haven't tried alien romance before this is a great series to start with. As for this book in particular? I enjoyed it so much. It's not my favorite of the series ( I think what it was lacking is that I couldn't qu Amazing read I love Amanda Milo's writing. This series has sucked me in from page one and hasn't let me go since. Alien romance isn't usually my go to thing generally I go for Paranormal Romance, This was actually my first alien romance series and I'm so glad I read these books. If you haven't tried alien romance before this is a great series to start with. As for this book in particular? I enjoyed it so much. It's not my favorite of the series ( I think what it was lacking is that I couldn't quite picture how Breslin looked in my mind) but I loved the characters and it was such a sweet story. I was so sad when it ended i wanted it to keep going on. I need more.. I can't wait for the next installment.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Courtney Green

    Received ARC from Author for Honest Review & Purchased IMMEDIATELY. Book Rating:5/5 Heat: 3/5, It’s Fluffy Cute Mainly Romance: 5/5 Cuteness Overload! When it comes to Amanda’s Books, it’s no questions she’s a ASAP 1-Click Buy, I plan to NEVER miss a book, that’s how much I love her books. Her books are my Ultimate Escape, and this one just added even more beauty to its Universe. Love Love Love the Glossary!! Thank you for Adding It! Love love love love love love THIS BOOK! It’s soo cute in its ador Received ARC from Author for Honest Review & Purchased IMMEDIATELY. Book Rating:5/5 Heat: 3/5, It’s Fluffy Cute Mainly Romance: 5/5 Cuteness Overload! When it comes to Amanda’s Books, it’s no questions she’s a ASAP 1-Click Buy, I plan to NEVER miss a book, that’s how much I love her books. Her books are my Ultimate Escape, and this one just added even more beauty to its Universe. Love Love Love the Glossary!! Thank you for Adding It! Love love love love love love THIS BOOK! It’s soo cute in its adorable-ness!! It’s the perfect feel good book from beginning to end! Can’t wait for Beth’s Book!! Definitely Craving her more and more! :D

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