Her Cyborg Warriors
Professional surfer Mikki Tanaka didn't want to leave her beloved Hawaii, the ocean waves, or the vibrant sea life she's worked so hard to protect. But her protests and aggressive tactics didn't mesh with the law and she's found herself behind bars. Her choice? Ten years in jail or life as an Interstellar Bride. Never one to shy away from adventure, she decides to take her chances in the stars—with not one, but two sexy-as-hell alpha warriors on The Colony.
Surnen, a Prillon Warrior and trusted doctor, has been waiting for a bride for years. Banished to The Colony, he’s given up all hope, until a black-haired Earth beauty instantly steals his heart and his breath. But the highly disciplined doctor likes protocols and control, in bed and out of it. His second and an equally ruthless warrior, Captain Trax, agrees. Unfortunately, their new mate has a wild streak, a thirst for danger, and an appetite for violence that both shocks and thrills them. When her penchant for stirring up trouble brings danger to The Colony, they’ll stop at nothing to save her.
Nothing at all.
Heroine found her way
Loved it. Great addition to the series but can Read well as a stand alone. The heroine strengths saved the day! Received free copy of this book via book sprout for leaving a review.
Another Interstellar Brides book. I really enjoy this series that Grace has created. You never know which species you will be reading about next. So many hunky aliens and customs to choose from. In this story we meet Mikki, Surnen and Trax both are Prillon. It is another good read and don’t forget about the Hive...they are still out there causing havoc.
5 stars for Mikki, Surnen and Trax!
Another excellent addition to the fantastic Interstellar Brides series! I loved Mikki, Surnen and Trax! I adored how Mikki, Surnen and Trax finally figured out that together they were so much better than apart. I loved seeing Surnen lose some of his bluster due to finally giving into his feelings for Mikki--that she and Trax balanced him. And that a balance of control--give and take--is powerful and wonderful when freely given. I loved seeing the three of them compromise and realize that love and family are just as important as work--if not more!