Every five years, three women are randomly selected and married off to the strongest warriors of the Calphesians, and this year Roxanne has been chosen. She's angry and bitter about having her life decided for her, and nothing changes when she meets Aedian, her husband-to-be. He's boorish and crude, and treats her like she's insignificant most of the time, and all they do is fight.
But when another race of aliens seeks to destroy the Earth and everyone on it, everyone will have to band together to fight them off, and both Aedian and Roxanne will realize there's more to each other than they'd thought.
CAUTION: Includes hot sex scenes and intense action! 18 or older.
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By KGLP host/producer & traveling therapist. on 04-03-16
FINALLY! Dark skinned girl gets an alien LOVER!!
OK, ok.. Ashley West doesn't SAY the lead female is "black" But has" dark nutmeg skin" which is desired by the pale skinned giant aliens.. (also bouncy springy curly hair) ENOUGH for me!! I admire that the writer didn't Label the character but, just a short description of each character. The lead female character hates being made to be a prize for the alien and he hates participating in the tready contract between the aliens and earth. The Aliens planet was dying and their females are few and unable to breed. Aliens find out earth females are compatible with their species with their genes overpowering most of the human characteristics. Of course there is a crisis and the humans and aliens have band together for a common good.. Wonderful REFRESHING story. Diverse and exciting. This story INCLUDED lots of types of people & aliens.. Great conflict, snarky comments and yes... sex but, it INCLUDE someone similar to myself... KUDOS, KUDOS.. ASHLEY WEST.. MORE stories..plezzzz!!!!! Narration was.. o.k. slightly soft but, ok..
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By Donato on 06-01-17
I liked it, just OK though, this is my first time reading this author. the reader was to monotone for me.