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How far will Rhea go to escape Earth? Mate a big, bad (in the best ways), and occasionally green alien.
Rhea is leaving Earth and nothing will stop her. Not her controlling governor father, her a*****e ex-fiancé, or the Department of Population who want to impregnate her. Which is why she contacts the one organization out of their reach—Celestial Mates. A questionnaire and blood sample later and Rhea is matched to a hunky, deliciously tempting, and alluring alien.
Erudan—once known as Teon, brother to the High Warlord of Vialea—did not register with Celestial Mates. Or rather, he’d never submitted his application. Yet a curvaceous, dark haired, green eyed human stands before him and demands they mate. Immediately. He lost his honor long ago and doesn’t deserve a female like the seductive Rhea, but that does not stop the wanting.
Unfortunately, others from Earth want her returned and Erudan is happy to show them the error of their ways. No one challenges a Vian warrior… and lives.
Celestial Mates and the men of Vialea - a winning combination!
A desperately eager bride plus a disappointingly reluctant mate equals an intriguing tale. Rhea faces problems on earth that she really needs to escape. She worries about her assigned mate, but the attraction is immediate for her. I adore this bold, brave, and snarky girl! She can hold her own! Erudan is flummoxed. He didn’t sign up for a Celestial Mate, and doesn’t feel deserving, but now that she’s here, he’s finding her irresistible. You must read to see how this plays out! There are many dangerous situations to navigate; persons with intent to steal or harm. Exciting and a delicious romance!
More internal than external conflict
Sometimes the greatest challenge to happiness is ourselves. In this pice the two main characters must overcome thier self-worth issues for him and trust (for her) before they can find happiness in each other. Luckily they have a type of proof that they are meant for one-another in the form of biological imparative to slap them up-side thier heads (so to speak), and an ever deepening empathic ability for each other to help with the communication gap.
In general, a fun read. Thanks.
Bought@ B&N, read with I-books for its TTS accessability thanks!