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May 29, 2022 4:52 AM
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...Huh. Not entirely what she had been expecting...what about the prince? 

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The prince had an arranged marriage when he was four, and he loved his wife a whole lot, but it turned out they did not manage to have the baby they were trying to have, and got divorced, and now she's happily married to another nobleblue and has a baby with him, and he's mopey and his family aren't sure what to do about the succession (due to health reasons, they were only able to have the one princely offspring, so it'd be a collateral relative...) until one day there appears at the palace a mysterious woman with odd abilities she won't explain! The prince is enthralled, but despairs because nobody, let alone mysterious women, will want an infertile prince! It turns out she's a magic alien and if she marries him that will grant his country diplomatic status in the galactic community and they can have magic babies.

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Meh. Rural mayor? 

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This town is falling into bad times for economic reasons, but Mirsan, who moved out here because one time when she was a kid she had a wonderful weekend stuck here due to a train-halting power outage and has had fond memories ever since, isn't going to let that stop her from reviving it and being beloved by all! She is voted for by literally four people but runs unopposed so she's the mayor now. But the town has a SECRET. The secret is aliens. Mirsan is determined to find out what is going on in her town, discovers that aliens, and investigates further to determine what to tell the feds. Along the way she falls in love with an alien couple, who have an egg. Mirsan protects the egg when foreign agents attack the town trying to get at the aliens, and the couple are very grateful and say that according to their customs it is her egg now too. There is some angst when she's not sure the aliens love her or just consider her an obligatory coparent, but it turns out they do love her and want to have lots of on-page threesomes about it with bizarre alien biology on top. The town is revitalized by the reveal that there are aliens, and Mirsan lives happily ever after.

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...Yeah she's gonna have to read this just to see if there is any explanation for the aliens having not come forward sooner. 

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They were waiting for their leader to come out of estivation.

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What is estivation? 

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It's like hibernation but not in the winter.

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That makes sense. Did the blue actually meaningfully help?

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She helped versus foreign agents, and by managing the reveal about the aliens to the local feds!

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Cute. Let's see, what else is there in "actually young as opposed to just under eighty." 

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Four year old blue boy, in the spring off before his last year of non-university school, finds that his family's housekeeper has been replaced and only he notices. He finds the original housekeeper - who is home with a permission'd pregnant wife and oddly nice furniture, but won't tell him anything. The replacement housekeeper has eccentric habits and keeps hitting on him, which he tries pretty hard to resist because he thinks she might be an organized criminal or something, but it's his first spring and "trying pretty hard" lasts about three pages. They have a very cute romance if you ignore the part where he's super confused and suspicious about her entire backstory even while they are going ice skating and he's mumbling awkwardly to conservative relatives about whether he's just fucking the help or actually dating it. He gradually pieces together more evidence about her until he locates her spaceship parked in a cave, and she confesses she is on Amenta as an advance scout for an invading force, but wants to defect. Since he is immune to the technology that let her replace his family's housekeeper and bribe away the original housekeeper without anyone noticing, he can help! End of book one; it goes on for twelve volumes.

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...Okay that's actually pretty interesting. Does it go into detail about why she's defecting? 

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She likes Amenta a whole lot, especially the part where many people can have babies instead of a single hive queen per major political unit.

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Ooh, fun. What's book two like? 

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The series appears to be about ten different people from all around the world who are all immune to the alien infiltration tech; the first book's guy is the only blue one, with the rest being two purples, two oranges, a grey, two greens, and two yellows, in a jumbled order. One of the yellows is next. After all ten characters have a book they spend two volumes collectively fending off the aliens and getting their happily ever afters.

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Aww, she wanted more of those two characters. 

What is there from the alien's PoV?

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This alien hive mind assumes that this fictional Amentan country's young queen is merely a specialized organ of the hive mind that they presume the country to be, and don't expect much fuss when they teleport her aboard their ship to establish communications. As they learn more, they are enthralled by her individuality, the extent to which she can be committed to the good of her non-hive despite not literally being the same person as everyone in it, and also the concept of sex, which they don't normally have. There's a lot of very orgiastic porn in this one.

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Nice. In a different way than she's looking for, but still, very nice. Next? 

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This one has Amenta having reached the technological milestone necessary for a preexisting galactic community to reveal itself as part of the backstory and focuses on an alien from another fairly new entrant to the stage teaming up with a blue to navigate the dizzying world of interstellar politics. The blue already has a spouse and a baby and they wind up in a vee arrangement rather than figuring out interspecies reproduction.

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Hmm. Interesting, but she's never liked the trope that you have to reach some milestone to deserve help. 

Which ones do feature interspecies reproduction? 

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This alien belongs to a species that traditionally incubates their babies in a client species that has just now gone extinct because of a blight in an essential food crop, and its people are combing the stars for a new species to involve in this project so that they don't go extinct too. It shipful finds Amenta, and the protagonist alien finds a blue lady and attempts to knock her up only to discover that Amentans usually like to have some kind of preexisting relationship and custody arrangement and chemistry first. The alien patiently studies these things, winning the blue over with its naiveté and earning her sympathy for its increasing desperation to implant its embryo, and finally they go on vacation together to the Arctic so the blue will spring and be ready to receive the pregnancy in a very kinkily clinical process. It goes well and the ovipositing species can find lots of planets to put the anticipated numerous hybrid babies.

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Cute???

What else? 

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This kind of alien is from a magical shadow realm and can possess people. It possesses this long-suffering blue prince's emotionally abusive wife, and he, oblivious, falls in love with what he thinks is said wife, only for magical shenanigans to interrupt the possession and her suddenly reasserted personality to break his heart. The possessing alien returns, comes clean about what's going on, and shows the prince how to leave his body and return to the shadow realm with it where no shenanigans can separate them. They have baby shadows.

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Aw! Aw! Awwwww!

More hybrid baby books. 

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