Book Reviews of The Trigon Rituals

The Trigon Rituals
The Trigon Rituals
Author: Angelia Whiting
ISBN-13: 9781586087098
ISBN-10: 1586087096
Publication Date: 6/30/2005
Pages: 266
Rating:
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.
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3.5 stars, based on 39 ratings
Publisher: New Concepts Publishing
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 4
Futuristic erotic romance from New Concepts. Alea is an earth girl with secret fantasies that she's never shared with anyone. One day while jogging, 2 gorgeous alien men sweep her off her feet, and tell her she's the one for them, and they want to marry her. So, off she goes to another planet. Alea has to learn a whole new culture and way of life, where the things she fantasized about are the norm. This is not the best futuristic romance I've ever read. I found Alea likeable, but gullible. The men only tell her stuff on a "need to know" basis. Lots of sex, and a happily ever after. The book is almost fair. If you are in the mood for a futuristic romance, Kaitlyn O'Connor is better.
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Helpful Score: 2
When I bought this book, I thought it was a Science Fiction romance. But now that I have read it, I think it should be called erotica.

Be warned, this is very graphic sexual book.

However, if that is what you are looking for, this might appeal to you.

Alea is a normal enough college student except for the fact that she is not aroused by any man alone. She dreams of two men loving her.

Still she isn't expecting two gorgeous aliens to arrive and sweep her away to another planet, where one wife and two husbands is the norm. And the required rituals of marriage are surprising, too.
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Helpful Score: 2
As you can tell, this book has an extremely graphic cover. If you have young children in the house, keep this book in a safe place.

The story can be best described as sci-fi erotica. There's explicit sex and sex with multiple partners, but no M/M sex. Alea, a human female, ends up being the wife of two very handsome alien warriors. In this alien culture, a marriage consists of one woman and two men. It's a nice premise, but the writing and plot are just boring. This book doesn't deliver on the promise it makes on the cover. You would think M/F/M sex would be interesting, but it was just so-so. I had to make myself finish the book. The best part of this book is the cover! lol
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Helpful Score: 1
Oh my! The cover alone is worth getting this book! Whew!
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I was hard pressed to finish this book. The character's need to be fleshed out a little more than they were. Alea, Tren and Rjant, the main characters need work-alot of work. Alea tried to act sexy, would say and do things that were suppose to be sexy, but it fell flat. The author never quite reached the goal of making her intresting. It was the same for Tren and Rjant. The only part that really came through about the guys was that they had pretty eyes and they wanted to keep Alea happy. I would have liked to like them, but the most I could do was tolerate them enough to try and finish the book.
There were some rather intresting bits, but not many. I put it away half way through, trying to decide if I wanted to finish it. I did, but it didn't improve any. Over all I think the most intresting thing about this book was it's cover. It was a very unsatisfing read.
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I borrowed my friends copy of this book and didn't get to the end before i had to return it to her.I ABSOLUTELY LOVED THIS BOOK!!! THE CHARACTERS WERE BELIEVALE TO ME ESPECIALLY THE FEMALE. THE MEN WERE TOTALLY HOT FROM DESCRIPTION AND I ABSOULETLY LOVED THE FACT THAT THE 2 MEN NEVER HAD TO DEAL WITH THE JEALOUSLY ISSUE. I CAN'T WAIT FOR MORE FROM THIS AUTHOR.