Out in the fringes of known space, there's one hope. He's got golden skin, horns, and eyes that say he wants only me.
I'm a greaser girl from Novaria. I know my way around an engine room. And I never got close to anyone. Much less a serious relationship. As for Swipt? The handsome alien pirate that rescued me says I'm his mate. Fated. Destined to be together. Kind of a big commitment.
But he's . . . different.
Swipt is strong. He challenges me. Excites me. Pisses me off. But maybe I need that kind of fire. Maybe it's what I've been missing.
Whoever kidnapped me isn't giving up. But with Swipt, I'm going to turn the tables. We're going to go after them. Find out the answers to this mystery. Or we'll die trying.
At least we'll do it together.
Contains mature themes.
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About the Authors
Celia Kyle has been a dance teacher, accountant, and collectible doll salesperson, and she now writes paranormal romances.
Brick & Storm became popular urban writers when they hit the literary world running with their gritty, true-to-life series, Hood Misfits. Hailing from Atlanta, Georgia, the street-lit duo has been a team since their teens. Each one grew up living the many stories they write about, until they grew to find love in writing. Brick & Storm have been working to give back to their community while creating memorable stories and characters who forever stick with their readers.
About the Narrators
Iggy Toma is a voice-over artist, musician, and activist based in New York City. He is an avid reader of romance and mystery, and he has a soft spot for daytime soap operas.
Noelle Bridges began her theater career in Seattle, Washington, before moving to Los Angeles to study theater and music. She is now a working actress and voice-over artist and has been featured in numerous animated series, video games, and national commercials.
Lyssa Kay Adams, after a long journalism career in which she had to write way too many sad endings, decided to turn to the stories that guaranteed a happy ever after. Her books feature women who always get the last word, men who aren’t afraid to cry, and dogs.