The Gigolo's Bride (The Necklace Chronicles)

Adult
Rated 4.57/5 based on 7 reviews
When Ashleigh Turner receives a necklace as a gift from a secret admirer, she has no idea who sent it. When another delivery shows up at her home, instead of finding out who sent her the necklace, she finds herself transported onto an alien spaceship as it speeds her away from earth to become a bride. Will she ever get home, or will she find home in the arms of the alien that chose her? More
Download: epub mobi (Kindle) pdf more Online Reader
About R.E. Butler

A Midwesterner by birth, R.E. spent much of her childhood rewriting her favorite books to include herself as the main character. Later, she graduated on to writing her own books after "retiring" from her day job as a secretary to become a stay-at-home mom.

When not playing with her kids, wrestling her dogs out the door, or cooking dinner for her family, you'll find her typing furiously and growling obscenities to the characters on the screen.

Her best-selling series Wiccan-Were-Bear, The Necklace Chronicles, Hyena Heat, Wilde Creek, Were-Zoo, Arctic Shifters, Norlanian Brides, Saber Chronicles, and Ashland Pride are available now.

Read R.E. Butler's Smashwords Interview
Learn more about R.E. Butler
About the Series: The Necklace Chronicles
Stand-alone stories with the theme of magical necklaces and soulmates.

Also in Series: The Necklace Chronicles

About the Series: Norlanian Brides
Alien abduction romance series that takes place on the planet Norlan.

Also in Series: Norlanian Brides

Also by This Author

Reviews

anarn26 reviewed on Sep. 22, 2020


(review of free book)
Jess F. reviewed on July 24, 2013

3 out of 5 stars, to caring hearts meet under harsh circumstances and decide if being with each other is something that they're willing to go the long haul for or not. I liked Eden & Ashleigh together they suited each other well. At least once Ashleigh got over her own personal issues about being kidnapped and never being able to go back to Earth again. In truth for most of this novel, I really didn't like Ashleigh, and only because I knew how sweet Eden was and I didn't like how she treats him for most of this novel. Nevertheless, once everything is on the table I do like how Ashleigh steps up to the plate so-to-speak when it comes to her true feelings for Eden and wanting to help him out no matter the costs.

In addition---and I mean this in regards to Eden & Ashleigh's friends at the end of the novel---I just wish this it didn't lead you up to another sort of plot only to fall short in the end. It was somewhat disappointing, unless Ms. Butler was going to write a novel about them...

Anyways. Overall, I liked this novel and recommend it to anyone who enjoys sci-fi abduction romances!

Review By: From Me to You ... Book Reviews
(read more of this review and a teaser on my blog)
(reviewed 14 days after purchase)
Crystal Dawn reviewed on May 28, 2013

Beware of Greeks bearing gifts or is that aliens with gifts? A creative story line which is cute and romantic.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
cathy perkins reviewed on April 3, 2013

good read but I found it a little disjointed. cultural and character references would have brought it more to life and given it more depth
I did enjoy it though
Cathy P-- Somerset UK
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)
Tina Conger reviewed on Nov. 2, 2012

I had a very big reaction to this book. It stayed with me all day. I wish this book was longer.
(reviewed 33 days after purchase)
Patricia Maki reviewed on Oct. 20, 2012

I loved the story and the alien world, but too many loose ends with secondary characters. I wish the book were longer, or is there a second, third, or more additions to this great story?
(reviewed the day of purchase)
ALEXANDRA GREGORY reviewed on Sep. 16, 2012

Just...WOW. Another great story. I was hooked on the first chapter. The story is very original and different from the other books, with the new alien world and all. What can I say...I'm a sucker for happy endings and R.E.'s books! :-)
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Report this book