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Experiment, an all-new standalone

Sci-Fi Romance by Marina Simcoe is NOW LIVE!

It took them less than 12 hours to conquer Earth, and then 9

more years to finally demand what they’ve come here for—me.

Whatever dreams I have about my future are crushed within hours. The control I

have over my life and my body is taken away.

I don’t get to plan my wedding.

I don’t even get to choose my husband.

I am stripped of my rights and my free will, and reduced to being nothing but

the subject of their experiment.

The last thing I expect is to find love among the enemy. Tairan seems to be the

only one who sees a person in me, although he appears to be keeping secrets

from me, too.

When everything I hold dear is threatened, the only choice I have is to fight

back. With no weapons or any combat skills, I will have to find a way to defend

my love, my family, and our future from the evil that is in charge of our


“I’ll live, love, and die at your side. Always.”

Warning: Experiment is a Futuristic Romance. It contains graphic descriptions

of intimacy and discussions on topics that may be triggering to some. Intended

for mature readers.

Experiment by Marina Simcoe
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

So this was a fair bit different to what I was expecting when I started. That’s not a bad thing at all just an observation. So yeh I thought this was going to be some sci-fi smut which I adore by the way and it was just so much more. Earth has been enslaved by an alien race who demand that wholly unremarkable Isabella Bruno be handed over or the population of earth will be placed in the firing line. It’s one life weighed against billions so Bella knows she has no choice but to comply with there demands whatever they may be. A marriage to an alien spouse and Bella has no clue what these aliens ultimately want from her or even what they look like. Isabella’s new husband Commander Tairan Saryal is just as helpless as she is both of them under the thumb of an unethical tyrant with a major god complex. These two individuals through so different also manage to forge a sense of connection intensified by there identical powerless situations. So this was unusual and rather unique it was also a really enjoyable well-written read. I liked both Bella and Tairan very much and this was a very emotional story. I did find it slightly ironic that Tairan had traded himself with such ultraism and the results of that trade have put another innocent pawn in the exact same position as he was originally trying to avoid. This was a lot more in-depth and emotive than I was actually expecting and also deals with some hard-hitting and deep-seated issues. It wasn’t perfect and I did have some slight niggles but on the whole, this was a really engrossing and imaginative read that I am happy to recommend.

I voluntary reviewed a copy of Experiment.

Download your copy Today!

Free with Kindle Unlimited

Amazon – mybook.to/ExperimentMS

About Marina Simcoe

Marina Simcoe likes to write love stories with characters

who may or may not be entirely human. She firmly believes that our contemporary

world could use a little bit of the extraordinary!

She has lots of fun exploring how her out-of-this-world characters

with their own set of beliefs, values and aspirations fit into our everyday


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Website – https://www.marinasimcoe.com/

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