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A Baby for the Alien Prince: Celestial Mates (The Alva)

by Miranda Martin
4.5 stars – 222 reviews
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
Here’s the set-up:

Take a Human female as a mate on the off chance of saving his race? Absurd.

At least that’s what Prince Elorshin Do’ana thinks. It’s true, the Alvan race is dying. There have been no new births in years and if they don’t do something, their entire race is doomed. However, Elorshin doesn’t want to bind himself to a mate that can’t fully share in the fated bond that all Alvan crave. Forced into a marriage by a House more powerful than his own, Prince Elorshin doesn’t think he will ever know happiness, that is until he meets his bright, luscious bride.

Margot Whelan wants two things, one of which she will never have. Love and a baby. The second can’t happen, not as long as she’s on Earth. Population control is too strict. When she sees an advertisement for the Celestial Mates Dating Agency she decides to take the chance. After all, what future does she have on an overpopulated Earth? She agrees to marry the hot, seven foot tall, indigo alien with sparkling emerald eyes and oddly sexy fangs.

He struggles with the war between what his body craves and what his heart needs. Somehow, Margot must get past the language barrier and forge the connection Elorshin so desperately desires. A love that Houses will go to war for.

A Baby for the Alien Prince is a stand alone novel in the Celestial Mates Shared Universe. It is a science fiction romance story with a stubborn alien and an equally stubborn human female, plenty of action-packed adventure, and hot, steamy alien romance!

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Sentinel (The Sentinel Trilogy Book 1)

by Jamie Foley
4.5 stars – 55 reviews
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
Here’s the set-up:

When a meteor storm knocks out the power grid, the supernaturally gifted become pawns in humanity’s struggle for survival. The meteor storm wasn’t such a big deal until a comet landed in the middle of the road. Now Darien’s car is wrecked, his sister is bleeding out, and the only medical aid is at the reclusive Serran Academy. Some say the Serrans have blood-bonds with angels. Some say they have surreal mental abilities. Some say the gods grant them elemental powers. But when the Academy is targeted for harvesting, its secrets—and the collapse of modern civilization—are the least of Darien’s worries.

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Whom the Gods Love (Of Gods & Mortals Book 1)

by M.M. Perry
4.0 stars – 21 reviews
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
Here’s the set-up:

When Cass draws her blade, nothing can stop her. Except maybe a god. Cass is a seasoned warrior with many battles under her belt. She’s tamed griffins, toppled trolls and conquered mountains. She’s a warrior. Helping others in need is what warriors do. She’s never been afraid of a challenge. Until now. A quest lands at her feet to help an ailing queen. It’s a simple mission, and there’s a bonus to it. A handsome northerner has offered to join Cass on her journey. Under any other circumstances, Cass would be delighted with such a task. Adventure? Excitement? Altruism? A fellow warrior with eyes the color of icebergs? A tent big enough for two? Sign her up. But then there’s that god to deal with. The cure for the queen lies in his temple. He’s a nasty sort who isn’t given to saving queens. Still, the northerner is quite warm, and the nights will be cold. Cass must do the right thing, gods be damned.

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Keeping Secrets: A romantic cozy mystery laced with magic (Glen Falls Mystery Book 1)

by Zanna Mackenzie
4.2 stars – 29 reviews
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
Here’s the set-up:

Running from her past lands Kat in a whole lot of trouble in the present! Fleeing from her past and determined to make a fresh start, Kat heads for the picturesque town of Glen Falls. Opting to ignore the tourist hype about spooky goings-on (it’s all make believe anyway, right?), Kat gets a job in a shop selling magical candles, charms and crystals. Discovering her new boss is a real witch who actually casts spells to ward off evil, Kat starts to wonder whether running from her old life has landed her in even more trouble in the present… With a fiery feud threatening to destroy the town, things soon get ugly and Kat wades into sleuthing mode, attempting to battle love spells, magic wrongdoings, sabotage and a whole lot more before things can spiral dangerously out of control. Nursing a broken heart and with more than enough crazy stuff already on her plate, risking a new romantic involvement is the last thing she needs right now, but then she meets the gorgeous and mysterious Alex, a man who seems to be keeping even more secrets about his current life than Kat is about her past. She’s not stupid, she knows she should keep as far away from him as possible. Unfortunately, with circumstances beyond her control, that’s proving rather difficult to do…

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Ure Infectus: The Chimera Adjustment: Book One (Imperium Cicernus 1)

by Caleb Wachter
4.5 stars – 26 reviews
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
Here’s the set-up:

In the far future, humanity has settled the stars of our galaxy and formed an Imperium which stands uncontested as the greatest known civilization. A network of wormholes connects the far-flung segments of humanity, allowing virtually instantaneous travel between Star Systems connected by this vast, invaluable network. But what happens when one of those wormholes collapses and an entire Sector of relatively poor worlds is left to fend for itself without support, without guidance, and without the vast infrastructure of the Imperium available to its citizens? What might such a society look like after two centuries of independence, having been left to devise their own culture, values, and government? Welcome to the Chimera Sector. The citizens of this seemingly-forgotten splinter of the Imperium hold one belief above all others: Only when the leaders fear the voters as much as the voters fear the leaders can harmony be achieved. To achieve this harmony, a special type of guild was created called the Timent Electorum. The operatives of this guild — called ‘Adjusters’ — work at the behest of the voting public, and exclusively punish political corruption, tyranny, and treason with the ultimate sanction: assassination.

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The Punishing Game (A Frank Boff Mystery Book 2)

by Nathan Gottlieb
4.4 stars – 22 reviews
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
Here’s the set-up:
On the Dark Side, things aren’t always what they appear to be. That’s the way it looks to private eye Frank Boff when his friend, boxer Danny Cullen, gets caught in the middle of a drive-by shooting between two Brooklyn street gangs, the Bloods and the Jamaican Posse. A bullet grazes Cullen’s head as he hurls himself to the ground with his trainer, Ryan McAlary. A second trainer, Nino Biaggi, isn’t so lucky. He takes three to the head and is dead before he hits concrete. The cops say Cullen and the two trainers were just in the wrong place at the wrong time. But when Boff hears about it, he isn’t buying it. No way. No how. He thinks the drive-by was staged, that Cullen was the target of a well-planned assassination attempt. So Boff hops a plane from his home in Vegas and flies to New York, where Cullen is in training for a big fight at the famed Madison Square Garden. The private eye launches an investigation into the shooting, and when he turns up evidence that the drive-by was indeed faked, an angry Cullen once again joins forces with Boff. Their investigation will take them into a dangerous shadow world where powerful people are playing a game of high-stakes poker in order to pull off a multi-million dollar scam. When Boff is nearly gunned down in another assassination attempt, he and Cullen are now dead set on not only stopping the scam but punishing the people involved in a way that’s more just than justice.

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