Warlord Brides Universe

When aliens arrived on Earth, it happened with an invasion—just like the sci-fi movies taught us to expect.

The vicious Suhlik meant to enslave Earth and rob her of her resources. Only the Mahdfel warriors were able to stand against them.

Once the slaves of the Suhlik, the Mahdfel won their freedom. But as a lingering reminder of their oppression at the hands of the Suhlik, they are unable to have female children.

Now, in exchange for the protection of Earth, the hunky alien warriors demand only one price: every childless, single and otherwise healthy woman on Earth is tested for genetic compatibility for marriage with a Mahdfel warrior. If the match is 98.5% or higher, the bride is instantly teleported away to her new mate.

No exceptions.

 

Warriors of Sangrin

Paax never wanted to be matched to a mate.

The situation in his clan was dangerous for a hardened warrior, let alone a soft Human female without fangs or claws to defend herself. Sending her back to Earth was the only way to keep her safe. However, the moment the curvaceous woman stepped off the transporter, his tattoo burned with a passionate intensity he’d never experienced before. Paax knew he would do anything to protect her, to claim her, even challenge the clan’s violent Warlord.

No force in the universe would take his mate from him.

Matched to an alien warrior in the Draft, Mercy swore she’d do whatever it took to get out of the marriage contract. She liked her life on Earth and her independence. No one would take it away, not even the ridiculously hot warrior who demanded she call him husband.

Why is being claimed by the horned muscular alien the only thing she can think about?

Sent on a mission to backwards Earth, alien physician Kalen never expected to find his destined mate.

Meridan’s alluring scent, soft curves and the fire in her spirit call to him the way no female ever has. She is his destined mate. He’s certain of that.

Fierce and independent, nurse Meridan was never interested in settling down, with a human or an alien, especially not the arrogant, rude and devastatingly sexy medic Kalen.

How far will Kalen go to claim the woman he loves when the rules between his planet and hers prevent him from doing just that?

After a terrifying attack leaves Meridan near death, Kalen breaks the rules to save her and bind them together as mates.

How will Meridan and Kalen find common ground before the universe tears them apart forever?

Standalone, full length novel. No cheating. Happy Ever After.

He’s an abomination.

The lone survivor of a horrific experiment, warrior Mylomon was left with unique and dangerous abilities. He takes care of the necessary dirty work for his clan but he’s yet to earn their trust. After all, how can you trust an assassin?

Now that he’s found his fated mate, his miracle, she recoils at the sight of him. Daisy is every good and sweet thing in the universe and he will not let her go. How can he convince her that he’s not the monster he appears to be?

Happily Ever After. No Cheating. No Cliffhangers. This book is the followup to Kalen and should be read in order for maximum enjoyment. Don’t be naughty now.

Carrie’s day went from bad to worse.

An engineer, she designed and built bleeding edge combat starships, the kind that kept Earth safe from alien invasion. Focused on her work, she lost her fiancé and her job on the same day. Oh, and her mother told her to get surgery to fix the junk in her trunk.
No thank you.
She volunteered to be matched to a Mahdfel warrior. Being in space with the warrior aliens was the only way to pursue her research. Face to face with her muscular new husband, their instant chemistry took her breath away. Falling into bed was easy but falling in love? And what were they going to do now that she was pregnant?
Vox was good for a laugh but was he daddy material?

Vox had dreamed of a mate for years.

He studied Earth cultural and courtship rituals.He even learned to eat strange Earth food, waiting for the day his mate arrived.
From the moment the curvy human woman stepped onto his ship, he knew she was everything he’d craved and their sizzling attraction can’t be denied. Smart, determined and too serious, he vows to bring a smile to his mate’s face. And when she says he doesn’t take anything seriously? He’ll show her exactly how serious he is to protect her and the baby growing inside her.

What to expect when you’re expecting an alien’s baby.

Mercy has been pregnant for-freaking-ever. She’s tired and grumpy and ready to get this kid out of her. Of course, being adored by her alien warlord husband is awesome but she hasn’t seen her feet in a month. And she can’t get over this sneaking suspicion that there’s something Paax isn’t telling her…

Just as Mercy needs Paax the most, tension within the clan pulls them apart. He’s nowhere to be found when she goes into labor.

Seeran never lost control.

Responsible for the security of his clan and warlord, he couldn’t afford distraction or attachment. Then, on a Terran beach, he stumbled upon a male assaulting a female. The ice that ran through his veins turned to fire. The frightened female is his mate.

Whatever control he’d possessed snapped in a moment of recklessness, and he hoped that was all he’d lost.

Hazel shouldn’t desire the terrifying alien. She’d just escaped a disastrous marriage with a violent man, so how could she fall for a growling soldier who punched first and asked questions later? Why did his arms feel like the safest place in the universe?

Her gut said to trust Seeran, but her intuition had failed her so many times before.

What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger.

Nakia may have lost a leg during the Invasion, but she’s not going to let that keep her from what she wants.
And she wants Rohn. She has since the moment the alien warrior rescued her from a collapsed building. But she’s afraid he still only perceives her as a damaged, frail human. She wants him to recognize her as so much more, and she won’t rest until he understands they belong together.

Rohn might be past his prime, but he’s not blind.

He sees how the other males look at his mate with envy, admiration, and want. They would tempt her away from him, take her for their own, and claim that an old, scarred warrior like him could not satisfy the appetite of a vibrant young female.
He’ll battle any threat to his mate, friend or foe, and prove himself worthy.

Once bitten, twice shy.

Vanessa knows what aliens want—babies— and she’s not having it. She’ll change her name, change her ID chip, and hunker down on a miserable moon on the far side of the galaxy before she gets matched to an alien brute.

Again.

Jaxar knows that Vanessa is the one for him but he needs time to convince her. With the clock ticking, he’ll do anything to claim her reluctant heart.

Even steal her.

Betrayed and sold at auction, Thalia is a long way from home. When she’s given the opportunity to bring those who abducted her to justice, she’s all in. One problem. Her alien partner hates humans, and he really hates her.

Too bad for him that she loves to tease the monstrous cross between a devil and an orc. He’s big, dangerous, and hits all her buttons.

No problem. She can keep it professional. Right?

A disgraced warrior.

Havik’s arrogance lost him a mate. Determined to regain his honor and complete this mission, he will not allow the human female to distract him.

He can’t trust a liar and a thief.

And he definitely shouldn’t be kissing one.


The following books all take place in the Warlord Brides universe and can be read in any order.

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.

She’ll do anything for her son.
Even marry an alien.

Rosemary left Earth to make a better life for her seven-year-old son. She’s got a good job, a nice house, and one minor problem: she needs to marry a Mahdfel warrior if she wants to stay.
Better the devil you know…
She can take her chances and marry a stranger or she can accept an offer from an unlikely candidate: Mene. She doesn’t like him and she thought he didn’t like her. He can barely look at her without snarling. But then again, none of the other warriors are any better.
He might not be handsome…
No female can look Mene in the eye and not flinch. But beneath his scarred face and gruff demeanor is a good man. A man who wants a mate and family.
His warrior’s heart burns for the curvaceous and vibrant human female, but she’s very clear she’s not interested in love.
He’ll show her that his passion is anything but fake.

Stand alone, guaranteed HEA, no cheating and no cliffhangers. (I hate those things.)

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.