Big, bad and purple.
It was supposed to be a simple job. Grab some specimens from Earth and sell them on the interstellar black markets. In and out, with no one the wiser, except Tren accidentally abducts a human.
A barbaric female, who doesn't know how to be quiet and obey. That will affect her selling price especially since she only possesses two breasts, and a single mouth. Yet, in spite of her shortcomings there is something about her spitfire nature that intrigues him.
Maybe he should keep her. He's definitely not keen on getting rid of her after he seduces her. A space pirate doesn't usually fall in love, but when an enemy decides to take Megan, Tren realizes he will do anything to get her back.
Megan fell for a guy that ends up pushing her off the boat they go out on and leaves her in the water to die. All this guy wanted was her money and whatever else he could get from her.
Tren is over the ocean of Earth in his ship collecting some aquatic specimens when he accidentally scoops up Megan in his tractor beam.
Once Megan gets aboard the ship and stops herself from being sealed up in a tube with the fish, she falls and breaks her leg. The ship lets Tren know that a specimen has gotten loose but when he goes to check out what happen he finds Megan passed out on the floor. After putting her in the medical machine to fix her leg, he decides to keep her and sell her at the next place they land. But she isn't making things easy for him at all. He's not used to a mouthy female but can't help but be intrigued by her personality.
Little by little Megan wiggles her way into his heart and even though Tren is a big purple alien, Megan begins to feel something for him as well. When they face danger and she finds herself in a bad situation, she didn't expect to be saved but she is. I loved Tren. He might be a big, scary alien and ex-mercenary but he ends up being a great mate.
Megan made me laugh so many times. Her smart mouth and sarcastic come backs are hilarious. These two are total opposites but they sure make a great couple.
I give this book 4 out of 5 stars.