He's one of the most skilled alien engineers in the galaxy. And he's got my motor running.
I can't get enough of Montier. Those broad golden shoulders and big arms that want to sweep me off my feet . . . Those alien bedroom eyes that look into my soul . . . Those abs that I want to feast on . . . It's enough to make any human woman swoon.
Except we don't have time to swoon when we're in constant danger. The people who kidnapped me have chased me around the galaxy and they're not giving up. We don't know why they want me and my friends so much. Hell, we don't even know who they are.
Until Montier finds something that could blow this thing wide open. It's a gamble, but we're willing to wager everything. It's dangerous, but the alternative is death.
This gorgeous horned alien man is my fated mate. He's sworn to protect me till the last star vanishes. And now he's going to lay it all on the line to keep me safe.
Because otherwise we're all gonna die.
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.