Alien Warrior's Mate: Draconians by Scarlett Grove
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
a terrorist group made a huge mess of Loretta's plans. she was just in the building for a job interview, not to be taken hostage and threatened to be killed because an out space race of dragon shifters has chosen earth to "provide" them with willing woman to mate with.
Mylash would rather stay at home and fight at the front but the big chief made them go ahead with the mating excursion. ugh he couldn't see the appeal of taking a human female as a mate, he wasn't interested at all. things on earth are taking a turn for the worse when the news of the attack reaches their ship. Mylash is sent down to take care of things. never before had the dragons shown their real power to humans but now they were wanting to kill their own females so dragons couldn't mate them. it kind of forced the issue. Mylash is taken by surprise when he finds a single young female huddled in a corner, not sure what to make of it initially, he's quickly realizing his dragon had other plans with this particular female!
how is he going to convince her that they're meant to be? the only good thing is, she wasn't in the available group so he can hide her while they make their mind up!
a lovely read. Mylash is upfront and doesn't beat around bush about what he wants and what he wants is Loretta, only Loretta isn't so meek and willing as he'd like her to be.
shifters from outer space, i like the twist given in this story about the how and the why. a fresh look on things makes for a wonderful story!
free copy given in exchange for an honest review
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