Oh, My Gosh! I loved this. I have already read the first two books, and this one finishes everything very nicely. We get to know more about the Lathar culture, and we get to see the human women interact with them without so much fighting between humans and Lathar.To give you some background, Lathar are great warriors, much like humans, but bigger and stronger. Humans have space flight and space stations and a war group of Lathar captured a space station and some women. The Lathar’s have a problem. They don’t have female children. Humans look much like Lathar, but are smaller and not quite so war-like, though the women they captured are all trained fighters. In the first two books, a human woman and the leader of the Lathar war group got into a relationship. A relationship full of really hot sex. All the Lathar warriors want to claim a human female, because we are more compatible with them sexually than other races. They also get really turned on that the women are fighters, too.
So now, the heroine and hero are bonded, and having a marriage ceremony. Not everyone on Lathar is happy about that. Since you know they are a warrior race, you know that unhappiness means fighting. In general though, the Lathars are happy to have found a race with compatible women, which our hero and heroine demonstrate very well.
Kidnapped by her very own alien hunk, Cat Moore is rapidly adapting to life as the chosen woman of bad-ass War Commander Tarrick K’Vass. It’s not so bad. Her sexy alien has a thing about making sure her every need is met and has some very inventive ways of doing so. Until she gives him a bad case of mating marks around his wrist, and all bets are off. They’re married without so much as a bended knee in sight, then summoned to the Imperial Court so the Emperor can bless their union.
Why? Because her sexy alien lover left one thing out when he introduced himself. Like being a freaking alien prince.
But someone doesn’t want humans and lathar getting it on, and they certainly don’t like the possibility of little human-lathar babies. In fact, they’d be more than happy if Cat and the other women didn’t survive past the wedding.
Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned? Try a bride whose alien wedding just got gatecrashed. Seems humans might be more like the Lathar than anyone thought…
**Please be aware that this is a romance short. Shorter fiction is a fun and quick read, not a full length novel.**
Warriors of the Lathar series:
Book 1 – Captured by the Alien Lord
Book 2 – Saved by the Alien Lord
Book 3 – Bonded to the Alien Lord
Captured by the Alien Lord: Sci-fi Alien Invasion Romance (Warriors of the Lathar Book 1)
Buy the first book on Amazon.com
Saved by the Alien Lord: Sci-fi Alien Invasion Romance (Warriors of the Lathar Book 2)
Buy the second book on Amazon.com
Mina Carter’s books: Amazon.com Author’s page