Tuesday, March 05, 2019
Our attraction unleashes a perfect storm…
I’m Stormy Weathers. My love life on Earth is one natural disaster after the other. I’m attracted to bad boys, rebels, commitment-phobes. In a crowd of choirboys, I’ll manage to find the jerk. All I want is a man who’ll love me and my young son, so I’m going to an icy planet to become an alien’s mail-order bride. This time will be different! The chemistry I feel with Romando is electric. It doesn’t matter what my sister or her mate or their tribe says, mutual attraction this strong can’t be wrong, so I’ll do anything to get him…
I’m Romando, an outcast in my own tribe. One rash, angry act turned me into a pariah and almost got me banished. But what everyone resents the most is that I’m one of the lucky few who’ll be getting a mate. The instant Stormy Weathers blows into Dakon with the other Earth females, my horns tingle. She is meant for me, but I resist the instinct to claim her. You see, she’s related to my nemesis responsible for my outcast state. Honor and pride dictate that I reject her as a suitable mate before she undermines my good intentions. If only I could get her out of my mind…
Alien Intention is a steamy, humorous alien mail-order bride romance set on an ice planet. It's a standalone read in the Alien Mate series.
Earth traded human women for rocks in the Terra-Dakon Goodwill Exchange Program. Illuvian ore could power anything and the people of Earth wanted as much of it as they could get. After an asteroid hit Dakon and sent it into an ice age and also killing off many of its inhabitants, they were in search of females to keep their species going. Many of the single females of Earth were eager to leave and meet their new alien mates. Stormy has a young son and is hoping to meet a male on Dakon who will treat her and her son right and maybe even be happy.
As soon as Romando sees Stormy, he knows she is his but there are those on his planet that don't want them together. One other Earth female makes things a lot harder than they should have been and for some reason has it out for Stormy. So while Stormy and Romando don't end up together right away, they all see the error of their ways soon enough and they do end up together as mates.
While they are getting to know one another, other are plotting to make sure they are exiled or worst. Things shouldn't have been as bad and complicated as they were but it was all because a few people couldn't be happy for themselves and mind their own business. But I loved Stormy and Romando and was so glad that they ended up together. I'm really enjoying this series and plan to read more from this author soon.
I give this book 4 out of 5 stars.
Posted by Mary Kirkland at 12:00 AM