Her falling star turns out to be a crashing UFO…
Young widow Kevanne Girardi catches sight of a meteorite streaking across the sky and wishes for a good handyman to help make her rundown lavender farm a big success. Instead, she gets a shapeshifting alien who apparently has never seen a leaky faucet before. But his loving and noble spirit make him just the man to fix her wounded heart. He hasn’t promised her forever, but a girl can hope, can’t she? Maybe she’ll make another wish…
When his ship tumbles out of the sky and lands on Earth, Chameleon never expects to fall for a human woman. Unfortunately, he can’t stay. He made a mistake that led to the devastation of an entire planet, and now the survivors are depending on him to get them to safety. He must repair his ship and leave before the Xeno Consortium finds him and Earth becomes endangered, too. But oh, he wishes he could stay with Kevanne forever…
Can a twist of fate make their wishes come true?
Good start to a new series
This book introduced a new series. It had many layers and some complex interpersonal issues that the characters had to face. I thought “Cam Leon” was so sweet and at the same time, flawed and complex. Kevanne had her own share of issues and yet together they were perfectly matched. I am so looking forward to the next book in the series!
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Sci-fi romance with heart
This story has it all; time travel paradox, redemption, misunderstandings and of course, love. Contrary to plenty of alien-human sci-fi romances today, the main characters in this story (Cam and Kevanne) spend quality time together and TALK, establishing a basis for their romantic relationship. It’s nice to see this sort of relationship development; it gives the story real depth. I’m looking forward to Wingman’s story coming up next!