I read this novel when I was young and dumb, and I would love to read it again as an adult to suss out some more meaning.
Parts of the plot that I remember:
Super advanced insectoid winged aliens invade earth. They are very random, doing things like cure disease and pour wealth from spaceships in one city, and then fire bomb/laser death another, all for the kicks pretty much.
The hero is ex-government, something like a soldier or bodyguard like secret service.
He ends up at some point at a rebel base where they are trying to fight the invaders, but are wounded and starving.
He gets captured by the aliens, and is enslaved by one of the very high ranking aliens, a Princess, who is spoiled rotten, vain and very cruel. She has a sort of partner who is a warrior, but she outranks him and treats him badly.
They talk, but also use dancing like bees to convey extra texture to the conversation.
She ends up trying to bang the human out of boredom, which is painful for him, and he jumps off her floating ship/palace to try to kill himself after suffering at her hands for a while.
She makes her mate/fiance fly to rescue him, but he signals that the price he will want in return will be terrible.
At some point she is stripped of power and exiled.
She meets the hero at a rebel camp, and she has been de-winged and blinded by her kind. There is a church of Antichrist that has something to do with what is going on.
The alien princess becomes a Christian.
That's all I remember. I am now aware as an adult that the book might have been an allegory for the revelation parts of the Bible. I'm not religious at all, but I'm so curious to find out what my middle-age brain makes of something I read (skipping out chunks) as a early teenager.