KADEN’S COLORS by Ryan Loveless
Kaden’s Colors by Ryan Loveless
Science Fiction M/M
Reviewed by Lisa
Ever since the aliens arrived on Earth it’s been a strange balance of not so subtle bigotry. The aliens are barely able to get a decent job and many end up in the sex trade. Being called an alien-lover is something to avoid.
Trying to make decent grades atRuslingtonAcademyis a constant struggle for Henry Mekes simply because his best friend is fun loving, good times Ellil Goudry whose father runs the government. Yet another night of sneaking out because Ellil heard about MacDougal’s Fun House & Arcade where the games are good and there’s an alien in the back.
His first experience with an alien that night leaves its mark on Henry. For some unknown reason Henry can’t stop revisiting theArcadeto see the alien again and again. Before long Henry comes to the realization that the alien strapped to a table is more than simply a ‘thing’ and knows that he has to do something. Henry decides to risk it all and rescue the alien. Boldness was never really Henry’s forte until the day he met Kaden.
Kaden’s Colors explores an alternate reality where aliens are the lowest class and tolerance is a myth for anyone with alien blood. Emotional highs and lows, as well as a sweet romance make Kaden’s Colors a very unique story. Be warned – for the most part any sex in the story isn’t strictly consensual though completely acceptable within this plotline. The heroics and the underlying suspenseful drama adds great depth to an original story that evolves into a fascinating mystery. Kaden’s Colors is one of a kind!