Friday, April 13, 2018

Summer and the Alien Guard by Jessica Coulter Smith

Series: Intergalactic Brides, 11
Author: Jessica Coulter-Smith
Publisher: Changeling Press
Genre: MF, Futuristic Sci Fi
Pages: 110
Reviewer: Redz






Publisher’s Blurb
When her family is evicted from their home, Summer knows things can't get much worse. She blames herself. She should have done something sooner, but now it's time for drastic measures. There's only one thing left to do, even if it means tying her life to that of an alien. She drives straight to the Terran Station.

From the moment he first sees the young Human step out of her car, Vordro is mesmerized. He's never seen anyone so vibrant, so beautiful... or so troubled. He wants to be the answer to her prayers, even if he knows he's too old for her. The thought of her mating with anyone other than him leaves a sour taste in his mouth. But moving Summer into his home proves to be far more temptation than he's able to withstand.

When things get off the charts hot between them and Summer ends up pregnant, Vordro knows he'll do anything to protect her and their unborn child -- even if it means defending her from her own family. 






Review
Summer and the Alien Guard is the 11th book in the Intergalactic Brides series by author Jessica Coulter-Smith.  While part of a series this book can be read as a standalone and understood just fine.
Summer her family has lost their home. She is willing to do anything for them. She knows brides get paid a lot and they will help her family.  She is a brave person with a lot of heart. I liked her a lot she has spunk and will not be defeated easily.
Vordo thinks he might be too old for Summer. She wants to help her non-the less. He is brave, strong, completely alpha in his attitude. And sexy did I mention sexy as sin.
This story has action, adventure, and a whole lot of love thrown in. I loved this one. I cannot wait for more from this series and find out who falls in love next. 



                                        Five Shooting Stars 





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