Title: The Undercover Pet (Alien Slave Masters: Book Six)
Author: Samantha Cayto
Publisher: Pride Publishing
Length: 130 Pages
At a Glance: Another twist and change of pace in a fantastic series.
Reviewed By: Jennifer
Blurb: When a distant planet’s ownership is in dispute, conquering aliens turn defiant human males into pampered sex slaves.
Ben Miller has volunteered for a near-suicide mission. He’s been offered as pet to a vicious traitor in order to infiltrate the Travian rebellion. His goal is to learn the identities of all the traitors so that the Empire can end the murderous scheme for good. Terrified, but determined, he yields his freedom and virginity to the coldly brutal yet surprisingly appealing Dane.
Kath, banished from his family due to a stupid indiscretion, has been given a chance at redemption. While gathering intel on the rebellion, he is whisked away by Dane for his personal pleasure. The unexpected change gives him a chance to really make a difference, so long as he can survive Dane’s use of him and his own growing desire for his master.
Having spent most of his life bored on his mother’s estate, Dane has found a way to make his mark. Donning the mantle of a murderous traitor, he seeks a way to bring down the rebellion. Using the boys under his control is a necessary evil. The pleasure he finds in them is both disturbing and unexpected.
Ben, Kath and Dane are hidden allies — if they can only learn to trust one another and use their growing affection for their common cause.
Review: This is my standard warning for this series: Please pay attention to the warning on this book and this series. There is non-con, dub-con, abuse, and maybe some torture. Okay, actually, this book has some pretty gruesome moments. More so than the others. If that will bother or trigger you, then I recommend staying away from this series. However, if you are a brave reader or want a different type of adventure, then I really cannot recommend this series highly enough.
Ben finally gets his story. After wanting Dax and being turned away when he falls for his Travian pet, Ben is devastated. He’s wanted Dax for what seems like forever, but now it’s clear that he can never have him. With a chance to prove he is capable, Ben takes what might be a suicide mission to uncover the leader of the rebels threatening both Travian and human society.
Undercover as a pet to the ruthless Dane, Ben loses his virginity. He knows what’s coming, but that doesn’t stop the pain or make it any better. However, he finds an unexpected companion in the form of Dane’s Travian fuck boy, Kath. Kath is there to hold his hand through the pain and make everything more bearable for him. But why? Shouldn’t the Travian resent him?
Of course, Kath is on a mission. He’s undercover as well, and he’s pretty sure Ben might be too, because he knows Rone. But can he be sure? Can he trust the human? If Kath is wrong, he will lose everything.
And then there’s Dane, and he… well, you need to read the book to find out more about him.
This series is not for the faint of heart. This most recent (and possibly the last?) book is pretty brutal in some scenes. There is blatant torture that happens somewhat on page, but in the corner? It’s there, it happens, and while it’s not described graphically, readers know what is going on. It is brief, but it highlights just how brutal the leader of the rebellion is and how dire the situation Ben, Kath, and Dane are in.
What I liked about this book was how it introduced a triad. In the first five books, there is only a Travian and human pairing. Most of the books feature a Travian master and his human pet, with book five flipping the roles. This book has a Travian master with his human pet and Travian boy. I loved the way the three interacted with each other, especially Kath and Ben. As the two boys, they had such a sweet, caring relationship. Kath was almost nurturing when it came to Ben. And then when the two of them team up together, readers realize they can be pretty devious. I loved it!
Fans of Wid and the others will see them make a reappearance in this book. Though most of the story does center on the triad, Wid and his master come back and seem to cement their relationship as well. These led me to believe that this might be the last book in the series. If it is, I am sad to see it go. I enjoyed every minute of the ride and will happily reread each book.
Fans of the series will enjoy this latest installment. If you haven’t read the series, I recommend starting with book one. While they are not directly related to each other, each book furthers a very specific, overarching story that starts in the first book and ends in book six.
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