Just one glance and this lonely alien shifter instantly craves Anna for his mate. Too bad the beautiful treasure-hunter seems blind to what’s truly valuable…
When space-pirate-in-training Anna Nilsson embarks on her first solo mission to plunder an abandoned luxury cruiser, she assumes she’ll be all alone aboard the big, empty ship. She’s hunting for treasure - the last thing she expects to find is a sinfully sexy alien who eyes her with a hunger that speaks of centuries of longing.
Leo’s ancient race has suffered greatly at the hands of the strangers who invaded their planet centuries ago, leaving the barbarians without a home world. When he awakes from stasis to the scent of a blood mate, he is stunned to discover the delectable creature is human. Being close to her sets his senses on fire, but he knows the attraction can only end in misery. What human could ever love a shape-shifting barbarian?
When a third occupant of the not-so-abandoned cruiser shows itself, the two realize they must work together if they want to get out alive.
Then they uncover a baby who just might be the priceless clone of a famous cultural icon, and things really start to get interesting…
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That was intense. Anna and Leo has lost it all due to a malfunctions. Anna has become a privateer. BFF19 helps her. Leo is trying to figure himself out. Leo rescues Anna from what becomes their common enemy. In the process of searching, they find something extremely interesting. Help arrives to rescue them and they finally get a better look at the enemy.
Very disappointing read.
Very scattered thoughts and abbreviated concepts and incomplete world building that made the story hard to connect to and to follow, very disconnected, disjointed. Disappointing read.
I wouldn’t recommend, wont read anymore in the series. do love the cover picture used on the book though.
It’s like the author tried to do sci fi and romance and ended up with neither.