Aliens, Smith and Jones

Blaine D. Arden
Aliens, Smith and Jones
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Cayendi Press
Release Date
October 2018
LGBTQ, Romantic Science Fiction/Futuristic, Romantic Suspense/Mystery

"It's not all about serving coffee and typing reports."

Working for a secret organisation specialising in alien cover-ups, Connor Smith is no stranger to the abnormal or dangerous. His love life on the other hand… not so exciting. Until he reluctantly agrees to a blind date and meets the perfect bloke, Jason.

Things are finally falling into place for Connor, so of course that's when he attracts an alien stalker.

Noah Jones, ex-alien, has been stranded on Earth and forced to live as a human since 1648. Alone and detached from the world around him, Noah has spent centuries observing and recording humankind. In all that time, he's only experienced a connection with a human once… until he finds Connor.

Even knowing Connor is in a relationship, Noah can't ignore their potential bond, or stay away.

While dealing with missing alien artefacts, a dangerous and shadowy group of collectors, and the ever-present Noah, Connor finds his orderly life crumbling around him. At least he still has the perfect boyfriend…

When Noah goes missing, Connor is forced to face the feelings growing between them and the mounting evidence that Jason isn't who he says he is...

Book Review by Merissa (reviewer)
Mar 22, 2020   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
72 people found the following review helpful
ALIENS, SMITH AND JONES is the first book in The Primrose Files and we meet Connor Smith. He is in his early twenties, working as a PA for a company that has a multitude of different names and goes out chasing aliens. He is single to start with but then gets set up by his best friend, Isa, with a man called Jason.

Now Jason was a character I disliked from the very beginning. He is supposed to be smooth and charming but I just didn't see him that way. And the steamy scenes with him left a lot to be desired.

This had a slow and confusing start to the story and, to be honest, part of it stayed that way all the way through. Noah and Connor are the ones meant to be together but the way Noah describes it makes it sound creepy in places, rather than romantic. Also, although the whole book is about this connection between Noah and Connor, I'm sorry to say I didn't really feel it.

That being said, this was an enjoyable read that kept my attention. It had some really good bits and then some parts that didn't work for me. Why not try it for yourself and form your own opinion?
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