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Ice Planet Barbarians

(Ice Planet Barbarians #1)

3.83  ·  Rating details ·  17,243 ratings  ·  2,291 reviews
You'd think being abducted by aliens would be the worst thing that could happen to me. And you'd be wrong. Because now, the aliens are having ship trouble, and they've left their cargo of human women - including me - on an ice planet.

And the only native inhabitant I've met? He's big, horned, blue, and really, really has a thing for me...
Kindle Edition, 188 pages
Published April 3rd 2015 by Ruby Dixon
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Feb 15, 2020 rated it it was ok
i read a...thing. not my usual thing, but a thing nonetheless. to give some backstory, i've got this really boring class this semester. like, cannot stress how absolutely mind-numbing this shit is. but computers are allowed, so from time to time (which means every class) i pull up a kindle book and go to town.

anyway, i chose this book mostly because the title and cover promised a hell of a time, and i was not disappointed. wasn't a good time, but beggars can't be choosers.

so, if you've ever be
Sean Gibson
Aug 13, 2015 rated it liked it
Anyone who knows me knows that this is not the type of book I normally read. How, then, do I come to be reviewing it? Well, therein lays a tale…

It all started innocently enough one night as I flipped idly through a dog-eared copy of The Collected Poems of John Keats, my eyes full of starry daydreams (even though it was nighttime). I heard a strange sound, felt my limbs grow heavy, my eyelids droop, and…

The next thing I remember is groggily waking up to the sensation of something not-so-gently p
Jessica Edwards
Aug 06, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Well...that was different xD
"It wasn’t a monster come to eat me. It was this monster. Who’s come to eat me out."

Let me start out this mini review by saying that I had less than 48 hours on my audible escape membership and the hype was real, okay? Basically, our main character, Georgie, wakes up and doesn't know where she is, but she quickly learns that she has been abducted by aliens who are planning to sell her and a lot of other girls. Only one of them has a translating device attached to her, and basically y
Helen 2.0
Aug 05, 2017 rated it it was amazing
10/10 would bang a blue alien.

And don't deny it!
Val ⚓️ Shameless Non-Snowflake ⚓️
So two words:

1) Parasites
2) And horns

And, well, yeah.

Review to come, off to binge on the next one.
As part of my 2016 reading challenge with the MacHalo group, I needed to read a book out of my comfort zone. Alien smut, which seems to be popular alongside monster porn for some reason, is definitely out of my comfort zone. I was hoping that at least it would deliver in the humor department, and it really did.

We begin our story on an alien spaceship where our hero, Georgie (a girl), is being held in a cell with a bunch of other kidnapped women, waiting to be taken to another planet for sale...
chan ☆
i don't rate smut and i definitely don't review it but i thought this book kind of deserved a review

despite the weird ass premise (aka boning blue dudes) this was a solid read. it's pretty well written, i liked the detail that the author put into the world building, and even though this was short i was actually invested in the character relationships. also there was a plot? definitely a stand out in the smutty genre even if it's not my preference (i.e. boning blue dudes)
Chelsea (chelseadolling reads)
Sep 02, 2019 rated it really liked it
Recommended to Chelsea by: Lainey
Apparently, I'm an alien smut ass bitch now. I fucking loved this.

TW: abduction, rape
Jessica's Totally Over The Top Book Obsession
OMG I don't know what it is about this series, but I fucking love it. Truly I can't seem to get enough of these sexy blue cavemen Aliens. The whole plot of the series is just so good. I'm seriously addicted to the IPB and Ice Home. I have been following this series since 2018 and I was craving it again. I thought it would be a good time for a reread. Then I seen it on audible escapes and thought hell yeah I will get to hear what the audio version is like. I loved the duo narrators Hollie Jackson ...more
✘✘ Sarah ✘✘ (former Nefarious Breeder of Murderous Crustaceans)
This book was fascinating. So I quite logically DNFed it and stuff.


The End.

[February 2016]

Peer pressure wins again.

Mar 25, 2017 rated it really liked it
Shelves: erotica
I loved Vektal, a barbaric hero and leader of the tribe. He's drop-dead gorgeous when he goes crazy about his mate, even though I was annoyed when they can't communicate and I had to translate what the heroine says all the time, and it was so hard to do so. I liked the setting nevertheless, it's full of toe-curling scenes when I read in public and covered my face with my kindle, pretending to concentrate on the content.

The story is short, so short that it doesn't progress much. They meet. They m
Cece ❀Rants, Raves &Reviews❀

This was my first Ruby Dixon and now I am a loyal reader of hers forever! To be perfect honest... I loved this series wayy more than I should've.

Vektal the local chief of an alien planet discovers this strange pale thing that doesn't speak proper language

"You will stay here,” I tell her. “I’ll hunt something for you to eat.”
She babbles something in her weird language. “Hly sht thse thngs r hugednt leev me!”

Georgie was captured from Earth, meant to be sold when she and some girl
Kelly (and the Book Boar)
Find all of my reviews at:


Allow me to express my feelings with a dance . . .

In case you aren’t aware, I’m friends with a bunch of freaks. Go read their reviews if you want words – or stay here for the pictureshow.

All Georgie wanted to do after a hard day at work was go home, eat her Lean Cuisine and catch some zzzzzzzs. Unfortunately some little green men had a different idea in mind . . . .

Palm Springs commercial photography

Georgie wakes up t
Sophia Triad
That was fun!

I absolutely love the theme “Alien Males fall in love and mate Earth Brides”. Thus, I really do not understand why it took me so long to start the Ice Planet Barbarians series and join this space party. No excuse besides the fact that time flies and I have a “To Be Read” book list with the height of Kilimanjaro.

In the first book, Georgie has been abducted from her warm bed while she was sleeping and she wakes up at a cargo ships full of disgusting aliens merchants/ traffickers and
Karlyflower *The Vampire Ninja, Luminescent Monster & Wendigo Nerd Goddess of Canada (according to The Hulk)*
PopSugar Challenge 2015 SPILLOVER (because I am a challenge failure, oops.)

Category: A book a friend recommended (Shout out to Future-Gurl)

3 Ridged-for-her-pleasure Stars

A review in contradiction:

Wherein the Vampire Ninja’s enjoyment of smut battles her logic system.(We’ll call it “ovaries” vs. “brain”.)

Brain: What the ever-loving HELL?? Why the fuck does this “smut” commence with a very brutal and largely overlooked rape scene?? Not to mention a blasé “oh and it happened once more before
Monty Cupcake ☠ Queen of Bloodshed ☠
A sort of buddy read with the MacHalo Ladies.

This made me laugh and it was practically Tolstoy in quality after reading Mounted by a Monster: Werepuffer (it was a horrible book). The freakiest part - there was an actual plot and story. A Tingler story is 25 pages or less, while this was 152 pages of freaky aliens. In case you were wondering about the aliens in this book, there are three types. A) short, little green men with giant pupil-less eyes; very smart, little brawn. B) NBA players tall (7
Nenia ✨ I yeet my books back and forth ✨ Campbell

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🎃 Read for the Unapologetic Romance Readers Halloween 2017 Reading Challenge for the category of: a romance about aliens 🎃

I love my romance reading friends, but sometimes they lead me astray. Take my first foray into the Alexa Riley novels, which read like the manuscripts of a bad porno featuring a hero who wouldn't be out of place in an episode of Criminal Minds in which the cops discover a human breeding farm in his basement. Or, take
Jun 16, 2019 rated it liked it
Shelves: erotica
A buddy read with Marie.

Georgie's Tuesday was proceeding as usual except it ended with her being abducted by aliens.
She and five other women were transported to presumably intergalactic auction to be sold. Luckily for them the alien ship crash landed on a planet which could sustain life and they managed to overcome the only surviving jailer. This is where the luck ended.

The only season on the planet was winter and the temperature could only be described as "freaking cold".
The six survivors "vo
Jacqueline's Reads
Dec 05, 2016 rated it it was amazing
5 Stars < --- I’m NOT EVEN KIDDING

I’ve read some pretty out there books, but this one… I don’t even have words.

If you are curious like I was, just try it. I don’t even know why I picked this one up. Oh, I remember I was in an Author’s group and she read the whole series and I was thinking to myself, seriously?! But it was on Kindle Unlimited so WHY NOT?

Look past the cheesy cover and the title, I promise you, it’s a good read.

This is a sci-fi, smut fantasy read and it was pure amaze balls.

Think T
Sep 30, 2015 rated it really liked it
When I picked up this book, my only thought was that I wanted to try something a bit different from what I normally read. I've heard good things about this Alien-Human romance book from my GR friends and it sounded intriguing, but to be honest, I didn't know what to expect from it. Turned out, it was so cute and funny as hell! It's been awhile since I read anything that made me laugh so hard tears run down my face! I was completely hooked from the moment I started reading the first page. As I re ...more
Dark Sith Lordette Jennymort ♔
Apr 11, 2017 rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: For my Science Ladies. *wink*
Recommended to Dark Sith Lordette Jennymort ♔ by: KaleidoscopicCasey

So.... SO. Good lord. I don't really even know what to write for my review. So I shall give you a list as to why you need to read and find out about the following:

→Spur (Fuck yes.) Check.
→Ridges. (Oh baby.) Check.
→Horns (Handlebars) Check.
→ Long playful tail. *Shivers* Check.
7 foot tall Blue-FUCKING-Alien-Stud-Muffins Check check check.
→ Huge nether regions. *rips paper from huge check mark*

→ Awesome presents and hellos! (wiggles eyebrows) Check and Check.


That's all you're getting from me.
Jun 15, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: sci-fi, romance, aliens


I fucking loved this. Apparently big blue alien bastards with horns and a tail are my literary romance kink?

Feb 20, 2019 rated it liked it
Recommended to Dennis by: Trish
Someone told me to read this would be a prerequisite to fully appreciate the Rod Holder story Water for Alien Were-Dinos, which I promised to read, for reasons I can't remember.

So, I've read it. Aaand … it wasn't that bad?


You have to approach it with the proper mindset, of course. I mean this is monster porn. Monster romance? Alien smut? Whatever.

Switch off your brain, make yourself comfy and just go along for the ride.


Sure, storywise this is kinda shallow.

A group of young women gets abducted b
Wow! That was definitely a surprise. I went into this book having low expectations. Who would have thought that an alien/human romance would give me butterflies? This book has some very steamy scenes but I found it to be well written as well. It is a short read so I highly recommend checking it out. I am excited to continue on with the series!
Renee Nicole

Whoever decided to sit down and write the first alien erotica, I'd like to buy them a cocktail and thank them for their service. Hot extraterrestrial men with built-in sex toys are kinda my favorite thing ever.


I'm so happy to have finally tried a Ruby Dixon book, and this one was such a great start. It's a story about a group of girls that get abducted by little green alien men to be potentially sold into some interplanetary sex trafficking ring. Lucky for them, they crash land on a planet inhab
Dino-Jess ✮ The Book Eating Dinosaur ✮
Aug 12, 2015 rated it really liked it
Recommended to Dino-Jess ✮ The Book Eating Dinosaur ✮ by: Simply Sam ツ
I love a bit of alien smut!

And this was everything I wanted and more.

The start of the story is a little stagnant, but once Vektal meets Georgie and they become, how shall we say it, acquainted, things really pick up steam and the story shoots its wad into orbit.

"I've found an alien that likes to eat pussy as a greeting."

Vektal was awesome. He is basically an alien cave man. I really enjoyed his sides of the story, he may be seven feet tall with a giant ridged penis, but he has a heart of
Jennifer Kyle
"Yesterday? I didn't believe in aliens. But that was yesterday."

Ellen Gail
I feel like there’s an alien bingo card somewhere that just got checked off. Horns? Check. Tail? Check. Crazy-ass cock? Check check check.

Do you ever see all your friends reading something and you're like, okay I want to be a cool kid and read it too since they all love it? But then you look closer and it's a human alien romance? With a super cheesy cover featuring a blue dude? And it's also a human alien romance? Called Ice Planet Barbarians?

Y'all know I love sexy stuff, but I was super ske
Not rating this... not at all. Not because it doesn't deserve one but because I can't think of an appropriate rating. Just can't, smh. I think if I read the further books, I'll just have to start with a new shelf after all.

You know that mood? The mood that strikes you when you want to read something that doesn't make sense at all but still ends up entertaining you? Yep, I was in that mood.

This was nothing like I've read before and strange. Very strange indeed. Plus the non-con thing....ehhhh.
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Ruby Dixon is the secret penname of a New York Times and USA Today Bestselling Author. As Ruby, she writes sexy barbarian aliens, grumpy shifters, and domineering bikers.

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