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Publisher Description

Three hearts. Two worlds. No limits.

Tyran Varosa and Braxon Torr are on a mission. Find an inhabitable planet. Start a new colony. Escape the archaic rules and traditions of the Vardarian homeworld. They never expected to find their mate along the way, and they never imagined she'd be a diminutive human female with pink hair and a warrior's spirit.

Phaedra Kari has been called a lot of things in her life: trouble, cyber-jockey, lunatic, hacker, but never someone's mate - not until an alien prince and his best friend arrive at the Drift. She's got plans of her own, and they don't include mating anyone, not even a pair of gorgeous aliens whose every touch tempts her to say yes.

When corporate backstabbing progresses to real-life murder, these three will need to come together to ensure the survival of their plans, their friends, and each other.

GENRE
Romance
RELEASED
2018
May 15
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
308
Pages
PUBLISHER
Black Scroll Publications Ltd.
SELLER
Draft2Digital, LLC
SIZE
771.1
KB

Customer Reviews

Jannie3381 ,

Limitless adventure!

Phaedra Kari is an information specialist. She loves to dig deep and uncover what others want hidden. Her mission is to locate a safe haven for the Cyborgs she’s helped rescue.
Tyran Varosa, Vardarian Prince, and his blood-bound protector, Braxon Torr, are also looking for a new planet for their people. One without all the political machinations of their homeworld. When the Vardarians land on the Drift, they quickly identify Phaedra as their mate. Life is not simple, however. It is hilarious watching these 3 figure out the best way to approach each other without making a commitment for which Phaedra is not yet ready. It’s not all fun and games, though. The negotiations between the Vardarians and the corporations become deadly as competitors are annihilated. But who? Why? Can our trio ever reach their goals? Fantastic reading; don’t miss it!

straighttalker198 ,

Weird

I was so confused at what was happening. The half lizard people were weird. The author tried to pack too much into the book, too many variables. The plot and story got muddied with all the extra fluff.

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