The Auxem are desperate. A virus has killed all their women and is beginning to affect the males' fertility. Their only chance for survival is mating with human women.
Jayne Lynch is in charge of supervising the small group of volunteers who will be test subjects for a breeding program with the aliens. She's supposed to be impartial, but then she meets Arnon, the dark-haired, dark-eyed, muscular crown prince. The chemistry between them is too strong to ignore.
Arnon is equally drawn to the curvy, blonde-haired Earthling. His father, the king, doesn't approve, but Arnon thinks Jayne is perfect - until he learns that she hasn't been entirely honest with him.
The catch is that Arnon is hiding a painful secret of his own. Can he and his mate learn to trust each other in time to save their marriage and the breeding program? Or is their happy ending doomed...along with everyone on Auxem?
Auxem is Book 13 in the TerraMates series and a stand-alone, full-length science fiction romance. There are no cliffhangers, and a happy ending is guaranteed!
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By Troublemer on 20-03-17
Another great book by Lisa Lace. I love the dual POV. This story is about the creator of Terra Mates daughter, who volunteers to be a bride to a prince of the alien nation that have lost all their women to a virus. They are looking for women that do not carry a certain gene because this gene only produces mail offspring. They need female offspring. The Auxem are keeping a secret about themselves. Also a mistake has been made on the test for the gene and is not found out until after Armon and Jayne bonded. If you love Lisa Lace this is must. I received this audio book free in exchange for a honest review.
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By Erin on 24-06-17
More Auxem Adventures to Come?
In this latest TerraMates installment, we meet the daughter of the founder of TerraMates and her winged stud from a land far, far away. She's off to save the population of another planet while falling hard for the crown prince. Neither of their dads are particularly happy about this, and drama ensues when a misunderstanding and a parent's interference cause heartache. It looks like there is a huge potential for follow-up stories involving Arnon's siblings, and I hope we get to hear those soon.
Logan McAllister and Faith Clark were both good. There was a little inconsistency with Arnon's voice sounding very different from one narrator to the next, but it wasn't a "dealbreaker." Overall, they were both very good and did a great job with bringing the story to life. Every book in this series is credit- and cash-worthy.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful