Sparks fly when a ruthless alien warrior meets the woman who can save him...
Toran's path is bleak: die at thirty or sacrifice his emotions to survive a few more years. Stranded on Earth and far from home, the last person he expects to meet is the one woman meant for him, his denya.
Iris protects the Earth in her own way by investigating threats and reporting on them to the Sol Defense Agency. At work she's thriving, but personally the past year has ground her down. Still recovering from the implosion of her last relationship, she can't take a risk on a new man. But when her job puts her on a collision course with Toran, a lightning bolt of lust hits her and has her questioning everything.
These adversaries must forge an alliance if any bond between them stands a chance, but it may not just be their hearts at stake. An ancient foe of the Detyen race lurks wherever they look and he has a new target in his sights: Earth.
Each Detyen Warriors novel can be read as a standalone. Enjoy feisty women, alpha aliens, fated mates, and relationships hot enough to steam up your screen.
Fun and exciting
Both Toran and Iris have quite the adventure on and off the planet as they solve mysteries and he claims her as his fated mate. This was a fun and exciting story.
I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
Without a mate, Detyens died at the age of thirty due to an evolutionary trait. Since their home planet of Detya was destroyed, this is a huge problem and their race was on the verge of extinction. The only survivors were the warriors that were off planet the day of its destruction. The remaining legion have vowed to discover what happened to cause the devastation.
As soon as Toran sees Iris he recognizes that she is his denya, his mate. They are both drawn to each other which is tricky since Iris’s job is to assess whether or not the Detyens are a threat to Earth.
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Kate Rudolph channels Ian Fleming
Toran, commanding the Detyen Legion contingent on Earth, is ruthless. His life is dedicated to tracking those responsible for the destruction of Detya a century earlier, and no other mission takes precedence. Until SHE walks into the room - the human woman, his denya. If a Detyen reaches age 30 without his life-mate, his denya, he dies. The denya mission trumps all. SHE happens to be Iris. Iris is a spy, and her mission is Toran. She assigned to make certain Toran and the Legion mean no threat to Earth. But can each one's missions and cover stories and all the spy craft destroy the denya bond? Nope. For that, the are Oscavians, and Yormas of Wreet. Yormas is suspected of being responsible for the destruction of Detya, and the Oscavians are the slavers who kidnapped a dozen Earth women, and they are sending messages that relate something on Earth to something about Detya... Wheeee! It's like reading one of Ian Fleming's 007 novels - Bond and his Bond Girl spying and sneaking and escaping and improvising their way through dangerous adventures on the moon and back to Earth, one step away from doom, and they still have time and energy to scorch the sheets. Dang! they ought to make a movie of this one! Thank you, Kate Rudolph, for the ARC, and the throwback thrills, and keep 'em coming! This is my independent and voluntary review: I LOVE IT!!