Asher knows what he wants and a mate isn't part of the bargain. But when his boss turns her marriage minded meddling his way, he's forced to take a meeting with the Intergalactic Dating Agency. There's no way the matchmaker can find a lady who will meet his exacting standards. Then Zoe Gershwin crashes into his life and chaos ensues.
Zoe's playing the hottest new Alternate Reality game and it's so realistic she'd almost believe she's really in space. There's a hot dragon lord, an alien planet, and really strange game mechanics. It has to be a game, otherwise it means Zoe's been abducted by aliens and plopped down on a strange planet a long way from home. How is she supposed to get out of this mess?
When the dragon lord makes an offer, it's her only way home. But why does he need a fake fiance? And can she play the part and keep her hands to herself?
From Asher to Zoe - it's no game
Asher missed the point when he works himself crazy for a job he doesn't want. Zoe, once her own reality check is cashed, helps enlighten the poor obsessed alien. It's funny and sweet, and great reading. This is a voluntary, independent ARC review.