Alien Prince's Mate (Latharian Mate Program Book 1‪)‬

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Publisher Description

Fleeing a violent past, she found her future in the embrace of an alien prince.

On the run from her violent ex, Naomi is on the streets with no money, no options, and a two-year-old daughter to protect. Desperate and with nothing left to lose, she enrols in the new Latharian Mate program.

When she's matched with Rohn K'Saan, an actual prince and cousin of the emperor, her world is turned upside down. Despite her best efforts to keep her guard up, Naomi finds herself drawn to the handsome, charming alien. His strength and confidence are intoxicating, and she can't deny the attraction she feels.

But as their connection deepens, Naomi's past catches up with them. Her violent ex-partner is hot on her trail, and when he threatens her and their two-year-old daughter, she realizes that they may never be truly safe…

He's used to getting what he wants. But can he win the heart of his human mate?

Rohn K'Saan can't believe his luck when he's matched with the beautiful human woman, Naomi. As a prince and cousin of the emperor, he's used to getting what he wants, and he wants Naomi. Captivated by her strength and determination to keep herself and her daughter safe, he's determined to prove to her that he's the male who can do just that and win her heart in the process.

When Naomi's daughter is taken, Rohn realizes that rank and privilege mean nothing. As a prince of the lathar and one of the galaxy's most lethal and feared warriors, he'll stop at nothing to get her back and save his new family…

April 25
Mina Carter
Draft2Digital, LLC

Customer Reviews

Contessajj ,

Naomi and Maddie stole my heart…

Rohn’s heart was taken at first sight too. I do love a story where a good woman gets away from an abusive relationship and makes a good life. Naomi is somewhat delicate but devoted to her daughter and that gives her the strength to join the mating program as an escape. Most of the story is filled with their romance and learning about each culture. While still angsty it’s also sweet and heartwarming. Of course a baddie has to show up and action ensues. The HEA we all read these tales for is one of dreams, loved this read.

Brightndays ,

Will all be lost because of her past?

The Alien Prince’s Mate is the first book in the Latharian Mate Program series. Naomi is desperate to escape her abusive ex and find a better life for herself and her daughter when she stumbles upon the Latharian Mate Program. Now faced with her own alien mate, Prince Rohn, she’s hopeful and both feel their immediate connection. But will her past leave them to find love, or will all be lost too quickly?

Oh my goodness, this book was both super sweet and a bit action packed and I loved every second I spent within these pages with Naomi and Rohn! I loved their connection, I loved how tentative their trust was at first, and I loved the role that Maddie played in their relationship, too. Naomi was so protective of both her daughter and of her heart, but I loved her willingness to give her new mate a chance and to roll with this new culture. Rohn was really fun to watch tumble into love because he took so much pride in having his new readymade family, but was so protective and kind and was willing to take his time to earn their trust. And I loved that he wanted both of them right from the very beginning! They were perfect together. I liked the direction that the ending took, but I do feel like I have a few questions about it all, and so I’m curious if any of this will play in future books. I love this concept and the direction that the Lathar are taking and I can’t wait to read more!

Pdb44 ,

Okay read

Interesting premise. I see we’re branching off into another dimension of the original world. Rohn is different in this story. He doesn’t seem genuine to me because he’s written differently. Perhaps because he’s growing personally. I did enjoy the story initially, but found myself getting bored pretty quick. Nothing really going on in the story. Rohn, Naomi and Maddy were a cute family. The story lacked character building and a lot holes, unanswered why’s for me. Looking forward to V’aant’s story.

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