A grumpy alien warrior. A pregnant librarian. A ready-made family?
Wanda has never hankered after excitement – or romance. A quiet life as a small town librarian suits her just fine. But while she doesn’t need a man, she does want a child. Just as her hard-earned dreams come true, she is abducted by aliens.
Now she’s been abandoned by her captors and assumed responsibility for two orphaned children, a pregnant alien, and a misplaced socialite. When their lifeboat is intercepted by a very large, very green, and disturbingly attractive alien, she isn’t sure if her situation has gotten better or worse.
Knowing that his race is doomed, Mganak has built a peaceful, solitary life for himself. When the lifeboat he salvages turns out not to be deserted after all, he is determined to pass on the responsibility for its inhabitants – no matter how much the curvy little female and her brood arouse his protective instincts.
But Wanda’s alien captors are hot on their trail, his ship is damaged, and the more time he spends with Wanda, the less he wants to let her leave. Could it be that his quiet life is not so perfect after all?
Each book in the Treasured by the Alien series can be read as a standalone romance. This sweet and steamy HEA is intended for mature readers.
Another romance where I get to cheer for #teamtails! Priorities, you know?! I loved the characters from this book. ALL of them. Everyone in this story needed some TLC. Kareena needed to be accepted. The kids needed to be cared for properly. Of note is the child, Davy, who seems to have a form of Autism. It was great to see in this story as it’s something that many families have as part of their dynamic. Middle-aged Alicia has always wanted to be part of a family and she gets her wish. And pregnant Wanda is so enamored with Mganak… I’m a sucker for the hot alien rescues earth female story. I find the Cire males irresistable. I love when Honey & Bex get together to write! I think it’s magic! This story was the perfect amount of sweet and steamy. If you’re a sci-fi romance fan, you’ll love it. A Family for the Alien Warrior is low on angst and the perfect read to end crazy year 2020. 4.5 stars!