His enemies left her for dead. Now she’s his.
Damien needs to blood-bond a shifter to retain control of his wolf and his pack. He would blood-bond Tess in a second, except his enemies have destroyed her ability to shift. And they're not done with her. . .
Tess is determined to navigate this new world without her shifter abilities. She won't let anyone get in her way, least of all Damien, the alpha who's determined to make her his. . . even if it kills him.
Four men want her. They refuse to share.
Punished for trying to save her sister’s life,
Hannah is sentenced to Narkos,
A planet of dangerous criminals.
She’s auctioned to four convicts
Who hate each other.
Who don’t want to share.
And they’re not the only ones who want her.
Her survival depends on uniting her men.
Will they use her body? Yes
Will they try to control her? Yes
Will they bend her to their will? Definitely
Until she learns how to bend them to hers…
One by one, they claim her.
One by one, she shatters their walls.
This is her unit.
Love will be enough to tame her convicts.
She’s betting her life on it…
Escape Earth. Find an alien husband. Get dumped. Now what?
Emily’s last husband returned her to the mail order bride agency because she’s defective. When the agency matches her to a second alien, he doesn’t show up to claim her. She has two choices: go to the local brothel to earn her keep or be sold off at random alien, a Zyanthan Warrior to be precise. Zyanthan males reportedly have two cocks. Emily doesn’t care about physiology. She just wants someone who will be kind to her and who won’t return her to Earth.
The war left Makov with his share of scars and trauma. All he wants is to earn a living raising solcaps on his farm. Somehow he ends up buying a bride he never wanted. She’s just coming home with him for the night, to give her fiancé the chance to make it to town and claim her. Forget that she brings warmth and humor into his life again. She belongs to another male, and Makov needs his money back or he’ll lose the only thing that matters to him, his property. He doesn’t need a bride. He doesn’t deserve a bride. Drekk... He wants this bride.
Is it Romance or Erotica?
Don't be surprised if I don't close the door on my characters' bedroom scenes. A sex scene is often a good device for revealing insight into a character's mindset, motivations and behavior. Writing romance isn't about the sex scenes (those are just an added bonus!). Romance is about the developing relationship between two people (sometimes more!). From the first moment two people meet, through their first kiss and every touch, caress, glance, whisper, and fight all the way up to and beyond the bedroom (or kitchen, or nav board of a space ship... let your imagination go at this point), romance is an ever-evolving part of life.
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