The only thing former Coalition warriors Calder, Zed and Axon have in common are long years spent battling the Hive, and their eagerness to claim their personal reward—their own Interstellar Bride.
When news arrives on Viken that each of the warriors has been matched, they gather at the transport station only to receive two unwelcome surprises.
First, they are all matched to the same woman, and not one of them is inclined to share.
Second, their mate has refused them. She won't leave Earth and transport to Viken. Won't give any of them a chance to win her heart. But these warriors will not back down from a challenge.
When one states his intention to travel to Earth and retrieve his mate, the others will not allow him to make the journey alone. Their mate will be seduced. Claimed. One by one, they will tame her. Make her their own.
May the best man win...
Claimed By the Vikens
Grace Goodwin- Claimed By The Vikens (Interstellar Brides Book 14)
Three Vikens and A Very Lucky Girl
After fighting for the Coalition against The Hive, three warriors find out they have earned the reward of claiming a bride through the Interstellar Bride Program. What they didn’t expect is that they were destined to share the same female, and they weren’t happy about sharing.
Back on earth Violet is beyond distraught. Her twin has suddenly left and messaged her with a text that she was going to be mated to a warrior on Trion. Violet decides to follow her twin, enter the Interstellar Bride Program and join her sister on Trion. Well not all goes as planned and after finding out she has been matched (97%) to “3” warriors on Viken, Violet turns down the match and decides she’ll find a way to get to Trion another way.
When the three Viken warriors find out their mate rejected the match and wasn’t coming to their planet they did the only thing logical (for Viken warriors). The three transport to earth to claim Their Mate and make her realize her future lies with them.
From here I don’t want to spoil the very exciting, sexy, creative adventurous storyline these characters follow.
A very enjoyable read with a some lessons in loyalty,sharing and the many kinds of “family” that make life worthwhile.
This can be read as stand alone but the series is great to start from the beginning.
Claimed by the bikers.
Ok read. Nothing great.
I have enjoyed every other Interstellar Brides book by Ms Goodwin. This one featured the first heroine I’ve disliked. Ah well.