The Security Guy (Office Aliens #3) by V.C. Lancaster

The Security Guy (Office Aliens #3)

Anna has been sent to the San Diego branch of the Department of Extra-Terrestrial Immigration from her London PR company to negotiate a contract. Her job is to help improve the public image of the local Teissian refugee community after it has come under attack from a local politician. On her first day there, she is invited to the office Christmas party. The next morning, she wakes up beside a tall scaled alien named Khy. Anna just wants to forget...


Details The Security Guy (Office Aliens #3)

TitleThe Security Guy (Office Aliens #3)
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Release DateMay 24th, 2018
LanguageEnglish
GenreScience Fiction, Aliens, Romance, Did Not Finish, Science Fiction Romance
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Reviews The Security Guy (Office Aliens #3)

  • namericanwordcat
    1970-01-01
    My favorite thing about this series is how mundane it is. Khy is an alien but he works a regular job and is a refugee. The culture adjustments are engaging. The pretend dating is always a favorite. The romance is mellow.I like this series and look forward to the next one.
  • Under the Covers Book Blog
    1970-01-01
    Welcome to DETI, the Department of Extra Terrestrial Immigration in 2260's. Earth is taking in refugees from the planet Teiss after they have been invaded and the planet overrun. Anna has been sent to the San Diego office by her PR company. The Teissian's have an image problem and she is there to show the world that they aren't invaders, but welcome new citizens. However, she didn't envision causing a PR disaster herself. Anna wakes up naked in a...
  • Suzanne (Under the Covers Book blog)
    1970-01-01
    Welcome to DETI, the Department of Extra Terrestrial Immigration in 2260’s. Earth is taking in refugees from the planet Teiss after they have been invaded and the planet overrun. Anna has been sent to the San Diego office by her PR company. The Teissian’s have an image problem and she is there to show the world that they aren’t invaders, but welcome new citizens. However, she didn’t envision causing a PR disaster herself. Anna wakes up na...
  • Kristi
    1970-01-01
    Khy is a Volon. Anna is human. This book touches on many issues with refugees - leaving behind all that they knew, learning a new society and culture and language, making a relationship work when the cultures are extremely different. Anna and Khy were drunk when they became intimate but neither one really remembers it. Culturally, they have very different ways of dealing with the repercussions of their one-night stand.I appreciate how much depth ...
  • Leyla
    1970-01-01
    V. Lancaster, could I love you more?Loved this! They just keep getting better. No book is like the one before in this series! AMAZINGGGGGG!Review coming soon!
  • Gena
    1970-01-01
    I am against the trend here judging by the number of stars this book received. However for me the first book was the best and they've gone down hill from there. Anna is hands down one of the most unlikeable characters I've read in awhile. She pushes Khy away from page one and then 2/3 of the way is definitely pushing the crazy button. Khy is bland and we never really see too much from him so he has a hard time balancing Anna. Anna's family are gr...
  • Lisa
    1970-01-01
    2.5-3 starsSo many problematic things in this story Red flags: - In the beginning, the hero blatantly refused to leave the heroine alone, stating that she might be pregnant with his baby after their drunken one night stand, and according to his culture he was bound by his honour to 'protect' her- Which resulted in some extremely possessive behaviour/tendencies - It cooled off some as the story went but still (!!!!)but I still enjoyed the story???...
  • Mandapanda
    1970-01-01
    I didn't have the same reaction as most to this book. I was bored and skimmed the whole way through.
  • Laura Lynn
    1970-01-01
    Great bookCould have been a 5 star for me H did more of the chasing at the end of the story.
  • Jennifer Erwin
    1970-01-01
    I enjoyed the first 2 books in this series, but for some reason I just couldn't connect to the characters in this one. After struggling for the first half of the book I had to put it down.
  • Anika
    1970-01-01
    Bailed at 32%. The hero was just a bit too full on. I couldn't deal with him effectively stalking the heroine and not leaving when she said she wanted him to leave her alone. He'd been on earth for 4 years by that point so he knew that kind behaviour was not acceptable. I certainly didn't find it romantic or amusing. It didn't make me like the hero so I stopped reading this book. The other two books in the series were ok but I couldn't deal with ...
  • Bubbles The Book Pimp
    1970-01-01
    3rd in seriesAnna works in PR, she has moved from London to the USA to work alongside and aid DETI ( department of extraterrestrial immigration ) in their ongoing fight to help and aid the Teissian Refugee Community, who after fleeing invaders from their home world and settling on earth, have been struggling following an ongoing hate and fear campaign by a local politician. Its Anna’s job to spin the focus away from doubt and negativity and int...
  • Chelsea
    1970-01-01
    This was so good. I really, really appreciate how much culture and personal memories the author works into her aliens. I’m a sucker for world-building and aliens that are truly alien and these books satisfy that craving. Khy was super dreamy (imo) and I loved how the author dealt with the “stalker” aspect of the storyline by just calling it out for what it is. Like my brain acknowledges that “yes, he shouldn’t do that”, but my heart s...
  • Sylvia McCullers
    1970-01-01
    An unusual romance !I gave this book 4 stars because it was a little drawn out at times but the story kept me interested to see it come to a conclusion. The hero in this novel is an alien transplant to Earth who ideas of romantic conquest are quite different than us Earthlings. After a company Xmas party resulting in drunken sex with a fellow employee , the hero tells the heroine that he can't leave her side until he knows for sure that she isn't...
  • Sarah
    1970-01-01
    I loved this book! Anne is trying to land a PR job at DETI and Khy is the security guard that gives her a tour of the building. One drunken Christmas party later and she’s stuck with him until she can prove she’s not pregnant. I think this is my favorite book in this story. You get a lit of background on the Volon culture. Khy talks a bit about what happened on his home world. And through it all there is a wonderful love that grows between th...
  • Noelle
    1970-01-01
    Good slow starterI was slightly concerned at the beginning of this book. It took a little bit of time to pull me in but I'm very glad I stuck with it. The story is full of humor and honest human emotion. It was a great story that concentrated on one couple but didn't get eaten up by their life. You felt integrated into the world they live in. I'm impressed and now I'm going to go read the rest of Lancaster's books!
  • Rachel
    1970-01-01
    I loved this one. Probably one of my favorites in the series. My biggest pet peeve was when he just left! Everything up until that point was so good and their relationship growth was hilarious and amazing. But when their time was up, that portion I hated. Again, no communication. He just had a stick up his ass and left. THEN he treats her like nothing was wrong! There was some redemption after they figured it out, but that part just pissed me off...
  • Heather Neary-Willis
    1970-01-01
    Loved it I’m a big fan of this author and the alien books. I love the cultural differences and the way the couples find ways around them to be happy. I like how these books are different from the usual alien alpha couple books in the way that the female doesn’t just take over the relationship and the culture and demand he change his ways to hers. She understands he needs to feel comfortable in this new world and that there will be misundersta...
  • E.L. Roux
    1970-01-01
    Oh man! Her books keep getting better! Wow, just wow. Every book I read, I think that perhaps it might be like her last one, and each time it's entirely different. Each culture is unique, every story is true to the characters, and this book made me laugh, got me angry, and had me crying. I can't wait to see what her next book looks like!
  • Pat
    1970-01-01
    Glad I triedI am so glad that I gave these books a chance. They come from a totally different point of view. The world is providing for refugees from ravaged planet. Aliens working alongside humans to organize re-settlement. Each one is ( I have re read all three) so much fun, so interesting.You will really enjoy them.
  • Elizabeth Jensen
    1970-01-01
    Another great book, from an author who has never failed me!!Oh my gosh I loved this book, this whole series, so much! The characters are so easy to love, the stories so easy to fall in love with, that I wouldn't hesitate to recommend this book and series! I greatly look forward to what comes next!!
  • Rachel
    1970-01-01
    Actual relatable alien love storyThis relationship was believable with relatable characters. The cultural differences were considerable but not unconquerable. I really love how the dynamic in each office relationship is different. Another excellent VC Lancaster novel. I didn’t even bother reading the blurb for this one - she is an automatic buy 👍🏻🙌🏻💗
  • Sarah
    1970-01-01
    Thank you V.C. Lancaster!!Thank you V.C. Lancaster!! I have been waiting not-so-patiently for the next book in this series, and the wait was well worth it! I just loved Anna and Khy's story, for their unconventional beginning, and the way their relationship developed along the way. Beautifully written, I cannot wait to read more books in this series!
  • Dee
    1970-01-01
    I'm a huge fan of V.C. Lancaster. She brought us Ruth and Gron. I knew it would be good when I read it. I wasn't disappointed. Anna has been transferred to a different division of Extra-Terrestrial Immigration job is to help improve the public image of the local Teissian refugee community. On her first day there, she is invited to the office Christmas party. The next morning, she wakes up beside a tall scaled alien named Khy. Anna just wants to f...
  • Jessica
    1970-01-01
    Love this book!The character development in this book is amazing. The story is wonderful and very well written. I love the culture clash, the author does a great job in developing an interesting and believable culture for the male character. You won't regret reading this!
  • Becka
    1970-01-01
    LOVED this one!! Anna and Khy are so well-suited it's super satisfying to see them bickering their way through the start of their relationship and end up fighting for each other as well as just fighting. This is my favourite series of hers and I'm excited for the next one.
  • Anya Champagne
    1970-01-01
    AmazingI loved Khy, and I adored Anna. Khy is so over the top protective that it's hilarious by modern standards, and Poor Anna is overwhelmed by his attention, but somehow it all works amazing for them. I love the story!
  • Shasha
    1970-01-01
    I laughed out loud more than twiceThis sci-fi romance takes a contemporary setting and adds an alien twist. This wasn't my favorite because Volon culture isn't my thing. The heroine has her own misunderstandings because of it and vice versa.Compared to the first two books, this one has way more graphic sex.Mature content
  • Casey
    1970-01-01
    Amazing!I love love LOVE this series. Each one gets better and better. This is my absolute favorite. Several times I almost started bawling (but held myself together lol). I can't wait for more!
  • Amanda R
    1970-01-01
    A new favoriteThere is something to say about determined males. They can be incredibly sexy. This was one of those books that started slow but once you got into it, there was no putting it down. 💗