An Alien Next Door?
Jessica E Subject's alien next door series begged me to ask SciFi Author Jessica E Subject a very important question... and read on for a fab contest!
Do you ever wonder if aliens exist in the real world, and if they did...would you have your alien next door neighbors over for dinner. What would be on the menu?
Hi JoAnne! Thank you so much for hosting me today on your wonderful blog! I do write a lot of romances where an alien is the hero, and many times, he lives right next door to the heroine. Now, I know aliens exist in the universe. That, I have no doubt. As to whether they’re already on Earth? I do wonder that all the time. I’m sure my own neighbors are not aliens, but there are some people I meet every now and again that I’m not so sure about. ;)
If my neighbors were aliens, I would definitely invite them over for dinner. It would most likely be a BBQ, so we would have steaks, or hamburgers and sausages. There would be plenty of salads, like potato salad, macaroni salad, cucumber salad, Caesar and a garden salad, nachos and dip. That kind of thing. Because I’d want to make them feel welcome, as if they belonged here just like anyone else.
Now, I don’t have a specific recipe for potato salad (I don’t cook to recipe after the first time), but here are the ingredients I use:
Kraft Miracle Whip
French dressing (or Catalina)
paprika (as a topping)
What would you serve to an extraterrestrial if you had one over for dinner?
Taken by the Billionaire Alien Next Door
By Jessica E. Subject
Erotic Sci-Fi Romance
“What exactly do you think I am, Miss Erika?”
“An alien.” There, I’d said it, and I expected him to laugh in my face and deny it.
Instead, he placed his hands behind his back and stepped nearer. “And what if I am?”
My breath caught. “I….” I should have kept my mouth shut. No, I should have waited for Barron to text a reply, never come over to the neighbor’s house. Now, I was stuck in a basement hangar with a flying saucer and a guy who could be from another planet.
Laken inched closer, and closer still. I moved along with him until my back hit a wall on the other side of the room. Trapped. Trying to duck away wouldn’t do me any good. He’d only race around and block my way again. My heart beat so hard, I expected it to thump right out of my chest. Would he let me go, or did he have other plans? If I screamed loud enough, would someone come to my rescue?
Leaning forward, he placed his palm on the wall behind me. “What if I told you I knew the instant you came into this room?” He ran his other hand along my cheekbone, tucking my hair behind an ear. “What if I told you I could feel your attraction, smell your sex?”
A shiver raced down my spine. Sure, I wanted to jump his bones before I’d seen his eyes. Now, I yearned for a way out, a clear path to escape from Mr. Sex-on-a-stick who may or may not be an extraterrestrial.
He dipped his head so close to mine, his warm breath brushed my neck. A flash of heat washed over me. Fuck, it had been so long since I’d been with any guy. Did it really matter where he came from?
“What if, Erika? If I am an alien? Would you still find me attractive? Would you still want to lick me from head to toe? Suck my cock? Would you want me to fuck you against this wall, in my spaceship, and on every single surface of this room?”
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About the Author
Jessica E. Subject is the author of science fiction romance, mostly alien romances, ranging from sweet to super hot. Sometimes she dabbles in paranormal and contemporary as well, bringing to life a wide variety of characters. In her stories, you could not only meet a sexy alien or two, but also clones and androids. You may be transported to a dystopian world where rebels are fighting to live and love, or to another planet for a romantic rendezvous.
When Jessica isn't reading, writing, or doing dreaded housework, she likes to get out and walk with her giant, hairy dog her family adopted from the local animal shelter.
Jessica lives in Ontario, Canada with her husband and two energetic children. And she loves to hear from her readers. You can find her at jessicasubject.com and on twitter @jsubject.