He's the lone human male in a sea of lethal alien warriors. He's either gifted or suicidal...
Kidnapped by aliens, rescued, and now on a secret base in a system he can't even pronounce, Major Jay Stephens has given up on a wing and a prayer... he's now on kicking butt and taking names. Especially when it comes to the alien AI who's risked everything, even her 'life' to protect him.
The only problem... she's gone and gotten herself a body. Beautiful and delicate, she evokes reactions in him that should be illegal. The REAL problem? An AI in physical form is totally illegal and against just about every law in Latharian society. Which means lots of lethal aliens want to kill it, and by extension, his AI.
And that's going to be a problem. Because Jay thinks… no, he knows he's in love with her, and no little (large) green (totally not green) men are going to draanth up the best thing he ever had...
She never wanted a body. Until she met her human marine.
One of the most advanced AI's in the empire, Keris is used to being so much more than any biological could dream of. She never expected that saving a lone human would lead to her taking physical form…
But a new form comes with a whole host of new problems. She's gone from being able to run a ship single-handed to struggling to co-ordinate her own two legs. And when Jay is around, her new brain quits functioning. All she can think about is the handsome human, and what his lips would feel like on hers…
But when the chips are down and Jay is taken from her, she'll show them that any woman scorned is a dangerous thing, AI or not...
I love this series! I wish authors would write some of these with older women, 40-60 years old. Just because we get older doesn’t mean that we quit dreaming of being wisked away by some hunky older alien warrior.
Who can fix this ?
This is the second book I buy in IBooks from Mina Carter and the book does not download to read completely. I get stuck either 1/2 way through and the rest of the pages are blank. And a little loop in the center appears. It’s just so frustrating
Impossible true love in a sci-fi world
Human Jay shows the Lathar a thing or two and AI Keris proves where there is a will there is a way. I love this series. Each story is so different, the characters fresh and relatable, the “world” brought to vivid life. Humans are thought of as the Lathar’s lesser cousins, but don’t let it get them down. Even though Jay and the girls are well trained soldiers they are lighthearted, bringing tongue in cheek humor that totally goes over the Lathar’s heads. I laughed out loud several times. But in the end the unusual romance between a human man and an artificial intelligence and the lengths they go to to be together drive this fast paced thrilling tale.