Elite Force Commander Kol Ra’ Don Tol has been obsessed with Earth and its cultures for as long as he can remember. He’s thrilled when the gods smile on him, giving him an Ehlealah, a mate, that is human. But she’s suffered traumas and abuse that no being should have to endure. As a result, she’s not as receptive to his claim that she’s his as he hoped she’d be. He waits patiently for his female to realize what she is to him, what they are together. But instead of accepting him and falling into his arms, she runs from him — all the way back to Earth. Now he’s on a mission to find her and do whatever it takes to earn her love and bring her back to his home on Command Warship 1.
Ada Jane has lost 135 years. That’s how long she existed as entertainment to others after being abducted from her home on Earth. She’s rescued along with several other women and given the opportunity to choose their own futures — stay here, or go home to Earth. Ada Jane chooses Earth despite the claims of a very large, very blue, alien warrior who insists that she is his, and he is hers. When he prevents her from joining the others on a one-way trip back to Earth, she decides to get there any way she can. She slips away without a word on the next transport leaving Command Warship 1. She needs to see her home and what’s left of the world she left behind before she can even consider beginning a new life anywhere else.
Kol and Ada Jane want the same things out of life despite their very different opinions of exactly what that entails. They want home, love, and the security within which to enjoy it. Once on Earth, there are obstacles at every turn working against them. Will they be able to overcome all they face and find their way to each other?
I really enjoyed this book! I feel it is lighter than the first book in the series. Ada Jane is a little more removed from her trauma, but still suffers PTSD. Kol has gone to earth because he has to be with Ada Jane. He’s pretty annoyed he now has a heinous 3 year assignment on earth. Sandra made me cry (several times!) and laugh (reference shower scene) in this story. And just let me say that kissing is so under-rated and Kol gives it some attention! I love how we get to visit with our old Cruestace friends and how they are instrumental in this book. Sandra always has an intricate, fantastically woven plot in her writing. Haven 3 is no different. I had been feeling down when I did this beta read. Haven 3 was a SUPERB distraction and definitely lifted my spirits. So well done! Don’t miss this one! 5 stars!
ABOUT SANDRA NEELEY
My name is Sandra R Neeley. I write Paranormal Romance with a small town feel. Why, you may ask? Romance, because who doesn’t love a good romance, and Paranormal because, well, normal is highly overrated, so Paranormal it is. I’m 54, I have two kids, one 32 and one 12 (yes, God does have a sense of humor), one grandchild, one husband, and a menagerie of animals. I love to cook, I am a voracious reader, though since I started writing I don’t get as much time to read as I once did. I am a homebody and prefer my writing/reading time to a crowd. I have had stories and fictional characters wandering around in my head for as long as I can remember. I’m a Self-Published Author, and I like it that way because I can decide what and when to write. I am by no means a formal, polished, properly structured individual and neither are my stories. But people seem to love the easy emotion and small town feel that naturally flows from them. A bit of a warning though, there are some “triggers” in them that some people should avoid. I’m a firm believer that you cannot have light without the dark. You cannot fully embrace the joy and elation that my people eventually find if you do not bear witness to their darkest hours as well. So please read the warnings supplied with each of the synopses about my books before you buy them.