Spark: A Qurilixen World Novella
Book 1, Galaxy Alien Mail Order Brides - Intergalactic Dating Agency
Michelle M. Pillow
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NYT Bestselling Author, Michelle M. Pillow
Mining ash on a remote planet where temperatures reach hellish degrees doesn't leave Nic (aka Spark) much room for dating. Lucky for this hard-working man, a new corporation Galaxy Alien Mail Order Brides is ready to help him find the girl of his dreams. Does it really matter that he lied on his application and really isn’t looking for long term, but rather some fast action? Earth women better watch out. Things are about to heat up.
Galaxy Alien Mail Order Brides
Intergalactic Dating Agency
Contemporary Alien Science Fiction Fantasy Paranormal Romance
What's New in Version 5.0
Minor Formating Change
Spark- Book 1 Intergalactic Dating Agency -Awesome New Series, October 5, 2016
I'm sure a lot of disenchanted single women out there would have no problem switching from Match.com or Tinder to this new Intergalactic Dating Agency, I know I wouldn't.
The newest series by Michelle Pillow finds that entrepreneurial Galaxy Alien Mail Order Brides (the ones who supply the brides in the Dragon Lords series) experimenting with the idea of having alien males brought to earth to find brides. For Kal, this looks like the perfect vacation escape for himself and his cousins. They get to vacation away from their hellish existence on a forbidding oven of a planet where they are miners. Their good looks and ability to pass as humans will certainly ensure success and best of all it's free. All he has to do is convince his cousins once they're on the way and he's already forged their names to Galaxy Brides contracts.
Luckily his plan works and from that point on I am seriously giggling and chuckling to myself out loud clinching my families suspicions that I live in my own weird strange book world (thanks Michelle).
So Kal and his cousins study up on earth customs and socialization to prep for their vacation where they hope the earth girls won't be able to resist them. (I hear Steve Martin yelling about Wild And Crazy Guys in my mind). Back to the review, this book is hilarious, well paced, over too soon, endearing, and of course hot and sexy. Just so happens Kal and cousins end up learning about human male/female behavior by watching vids of a male strip club, hence they rename themselves Spark (Kal) , Flame and Blaze.
Where else does this unlikely trio get sent to but to the Las Vegas strip as Galaxy Brides,in their infinite wisdom thinks anyone can blend in there, even hot hunky slightly misinformed alien males.
Las Vegas being a major hub instant weddings and many bachelor/bachelorette parties finds the heroine of this story stuck at her cousins elaborate event. Coming from wealthy high society families but different as day and night, Carrie must be a bridesmaid for her flashy cousin who has made her part of the wedding party out of familial duty.
Being the studious straight A student who has spent a lifetime supporting her parents charity functions, Carrie tries her best to distance herself from her bachelorette bridezilla cousin as much as possible. While enjoying a moment alone having coffee in her hotels restaurant she is intrigued by the strange and funny attempts an amazingly gorgeous but obviously clueless man is making to pick up one of the waitresses. Unable to not check out this guy further Carrie engages in some conversation with Val/Spark. Assuming he works as a flame thrower entertainer (what else with a name like Spark), Carrie decides it's time to enjoy life on the wild side with a gorgeous man,even if the guys a bit on the strange side, and Val thinks he's found his mate.
With crazy funny misinterpretations ,perceptions, and mishaps their budding relationship and adventures lead you on a delightful journey. Mentioning again that this book is hot, it is also exciting, has some suspense and danger, lots of fun new characters including hysterical situations with Val's cousins (can't wait for their books), it's a five star on the entertaining scale so I highly recommend gifting yourself this fun read.
Just ask Karma.......
Interesting short story
I liked the book and characters. Even with the story being short it didn't seem rushed, it might have been a whirlwind courtship but it worked in this setting. I would recommend this series.