I love this time of year. The cold weather, the sweaters, hot chocolate, gifts, decorations, and even snow, although it’s charm start to wear off once I’ve shoveled the sidewalk a few times.
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Just a little lie… a fake fiancé fib.
Peaceable needs a man to get her parents off her tail and stop their matchmaking. Desperate, she blurts out a made-up, surprise engagement to the worst, most aggravating man in the galaxy: Joseph Moonquest.
The problem is that Joseph is the most insufferable, arrogant and wildly attractive human male she’s ever met. Worse still, he takes news of their surprise engagement in stride.
He’ll play her games.
Joseph and the stunning alien woman have been circling each other for months. Peaceable is the least fun, most goody-two shoes person he knows. She’s so prim and proper, colder than the stars in deep space.
He might ask why she’s so desperate for a fake fiancé but he’ll enjoy tempting and teasing the uptight alien. She’s the one woman he’s never been able to charm. He’ll melt that icy exterior and make her come undone.
Her little lie? He’ll play along until she’s at his mercy and the fussy female is in his bed.
He’ll be the best fake fiancé in the cosmos.
An alien warrior falls back in time.
Under attack, Reven crashes through a collapsing wormhole. While he’s technically in the correct location, he’s lost — arriving centuries too early. Surrounded by primitive technology and even more primitive humans, he must fight to stay alive and find a way home before the wormhole closes.
His mission grows more complicated when a widow living on the edge of the moor discovers him in her barn. She doesn’t faint at the sight of his fearsome horns and he wants more from her than just shelter. He wants everything.
A woman alone.
Elizabeth rejects the notion that there is a beast prowling the moors at night, stalking its next victim.
Until she sees it with her own eyes. His massive, powerful frame and alien horns should frighten her, not excite her. Determined to prove he’s not the monster that the villagers claim, she steals a kiss from the alien warrior, binding their hearts together.
As the villagers close in on the demon, Reven races to find a way home and save the human female his heart desires.
Mads + Odessa = 4EVA
Except forever ended when Mads kissed Odessa, bit her and then ghosted her. Twelve years later, he’s back and looking to pick up where they left off.
Um, no thank you. Odessa has more to think about than her own heart. She’s now a single mom and can’t afford to get involved with a man with a track record of vanishing.
It doesn’t matter that he’s haunted her dreams for years. Or that when they’re together, she feels like she can finally breathe. And it certainly doesn’t matter that her traitorous body craves his touch.
Besides, Mads hoards secrets like they’re made of chocolate.
One, he’s an alien shifter. Like he turns into a reindeer with antlers and everything.
Two, that bite made them bonded mates.
And the third secret is the most dangerous of all.
How can they have a second-chance at love when the sins of the past threaten to tear them apart?
You can’t trust an alien.
Penny is having the worst year. First the pretty lizard aliens show up and start murdering people. Then the “good aliens” arrive and claim they’ll defend Earth and save humanity… for a price. She knows a protection racket when she sees one. And the price? Married to an alien? No thank you.
Kol has one mission: destroy the Suhlik. He’s not interested in this new planet, Earth, or the strange soft-skinned inhabitants. On a scouting mission, he catches the luscious scent of his mate and must find her in the rubble of a ruined city and bring her to the safe zone.
When Kol is wounded protecting Penny, she just can’t leave him to freeze to death in a blizzard. Besides, no one is asking her to marry him, just keep him from becoming a popsicle. She doesn’t trust him and all this nonsense about being his mate could be hypothermia talking. The more time she spends with the brawny alien warrior, the more she can’t deny the heat between them.
Once she is safe in his powerful embrace, being married to an alien is looking better by the minute.
The Warlord Bride Index is a series of standalone stories set in the Warlord Brides universe.
Because I can’t resist the cute:
Art by Sam Griffin and Bloodwrit.