A lonely woman.
A wounded warrior.
Can thirty days change their lives?
When Sarah is imprisoned for violating one of the alien invaders’ laws, she discovers that there is more at stake than just her freedom. By accepting a breeding contract with one of the aliens, Sarah will not only gain her freedom but she will have a chance at the one thing her deceased husband couldn’t give her – a child.
Life has taught Sarah that happiness doesn’t last. Everyone she has ever loved has been taken from her but she is determined to take this chance, even though her heart aches for an absent alien warrior…
Six months ago, T’gana felt an instant bond with a quiet Earth female. Unable to claim her, he transferred to a battle position. Now, wounded inside and out, he returns to claim his female, even if thirty days of happiness is all he is allowed. After all, how can he expect her to accept a broken warrior?
Just as Sarah and T’gana start to break down the barriers between them, outside forces threaten to destroy their second chance. Can they overcome not only their own fears, but a world determined to tear them apart?
REVIEW BY NANCY
OMG, y’all!! I was up until 3 a.m. reading this book! I could NOT put it down. Sarah Anderson broke curfew and was imprisoned by the Yehrin. We have met her in previous books in this series. She is the oldest of the women and has a special interest in a T’gana. But he mysteriously left and she hasn’t seen him for months. Sarah decides to enter a breeding contract for 30 days. She has ALWAYS wanted a baby. While in the process of selecting a warrior T’gana shows up to claim Sarah for himself. But he is healing from war injuries and trying to hide it. And, he honestly believes he cannot claim Sarah as his mate. They both hope to conceive a child. Sarah is extremely unhappy on the ship, so T’gana agrees to move to her home on earth for the remaining days of their 30 day breeding contract. Like I did, you will fall in love with the sweet little girls from across the street. Jane and Tabitha affectionately call the huge warrior, Tigga. You’ll have to read to find out Sara and T’gana’s fate.
Honey Phillips stole my heart with this story of a budding family in stressful circumstances. Sarah is a wonderful caretaker of her little group. And, surprise, the big Yehrin warrior learns to cook and loves his girls. Honey really hit it out of the park with this one. I loved it! Alien Breeder gets 5++ stars!