When Lori finds herself on a dangerous prison planet, an even more dangerous alien warrior is her only hope for survival…
After a bad breakup, Lori is determined to make some changes in her life. Being transported to an alien prison isn’t what she has in mind.
When the monstrous warden casually tosses her to one of the massive inmates, her fate is all too clear. She should be terrified. Instead, the big alien warrior arouses an unexpected passion.
Unlike his brothers, Altrez hasn’t always been on the right side of the law. But when he discovers that one of them has been wrongfully imprisoned, he is determined to free him. After his first attempt goes horribly wrong, he recklessly decides to have himself incarcerated as well.
He didn’t expect a luscious human female to complicate his plans, but that won’t stop him from claiming her. Now all he has to do is find his brother, free them all from the prison, and convince his mate that he’s not really a criminal after all. Simple, right?
Although each book in the Folsom Planet series can be read as a standalone romance, there is an underlying story arc that continues throughout the series. This sweet and steamy romance is intended for mature audiences.
Review by Nancy
Lori should’ve never decided to work out. Then she wouldn’t have been abducted by aliens and ended up in an alien prison as a prize… This is book 2 in this series and Altrez actually tries to get into the prison to look for his brother, Riker from book 1. When Altrez is awarded Lori as a prize he wants to protect her with his life. Altrez is awesome. I love his bossiness and his alpha persona, but also how gentle he is with his (mate) Lori. And super steamy chapter 10 was top rate! Prison Mate wasn’t too “dark,” but you are really going to hate the antagonist, Hafra. He is NOT a good guy. Honey sprung a couple surprises near the end, which I won’t give away, but I ended up loving them! Next up is the last brother, Leavent. I’m loving this series. Prison Mate had the perfect balance of everything: humor, action, adventure, and steam! 4.5 stars!
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Honey wrote and illustrated her first book at the tender age of 5. Her writing has improved since then. Her drawing skills, unfortunately, have not. She loves writing, reading, traveling, cooking, and drinking champagne – not necessarily in that order.
Her steamy science fiction stories focus on hot alien warriors and the Earth women they can’t resist. From abductions to invasions, the ride might be rough, but the end always satisfies.