Asleep in the ice for eons, she's woken by the prince she despises…
Betrayed and forced into stasis after a coup sent her starship crashing onto an unknown planet, Imperial Navy Captain Lynara Varaant only expects to sleep a few years until rescue comes. Instead, she wakes 250,000 years later to find her lost crew evolved into the planet's inhabitants called humans, and the empire she knew changed beyond all recognition.
When she meets Cameron Murphy, the handsome president of Earth, she despises him for his resemblance to the prince who betrayed her. But she can't get the sexy human, or the way his kisses make her burn, out of her mind…
He freed her from frozen sleep, but her right hook said she wasn't looking for a prince.
The moment Murphy sees Lynara, he knows she's his. She emerges ready to fight, but he sees past that to the woman within. A man with a dark past, he knows he doesn't deserve her, but he can't resist her…
But his world fractures when Lynara is kidnapped by an unknown enemy, and he learns he's been decieved—Lynara's frozen ship held an apocalyptic superweapon, now stolen along with the woman from the past he's in love with.
To save her and stop humanity being wiped out, he must make treacherous alliances, confront the twisted plans of an ancient Latharian purist, and once again step into the shadows to become the dangerous man he left behind long ago…
I loved the story. I didn’t think the author could have found someone for Cameron, she not only found someone perfect for Cameron but someone who could love him completely.
This was slow moving for me. I found myself missing the excitement of the earlier books. I’ve always loved Cameron. I also liked Lynarra. I just found the story a little boring. I was so glad the mercenaries joined the fight. I did find the supporting characters more interesting, but enjoyed the story for the most part. Still a few holes in the story. I was hoping she would find out information about her friends and family because she reminisced quite a bit.
Can he keep his love and humanity safe?
The President’s Alien Princess is the eighteenth book set within the Warriors of the Lathar series, but could be read as a stand alone. When President Murphy travels to find a lost Latharian ship from thousands of years ago, he’s shocked to find Captain Lynara still alive. Battling weather, betrayal, and trying to stay alive, Lynara and Murphy are also navigating their attraction and relationship. Will he be able to keep his alien princess and all of humanity safe?
Wow, this book was so good! I was completely captivated from the first chapter, dying to know what would happen next for this truly dynamic couple! It was fun to see some of Lynara’s history and see how she adapted to earth and her human body, and I loved that she never gave up and always kept fighting for what she believed was right and true! It was also super fun to finally get Murphy’s turn at love, to see him react so strongly to a female, and try so hard to keep her and everyone else safe. They had a fiery connection from the very beginning! I enjoyed reading about their relationship as much as I liked reading about all of the other events going on around them. And there was a lot happening in this book! I have loved this series and thought this was a fantastic addition, and I am already looking forward to what will come next!