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Atlan Warlord Jorik guards the Coalition Fleet’s Processing Center on Earth, protecting warriors and brides without mercy or distraction...until he sees Gabriela. She is everything the beast within him craves. Soft. Curved. Unafraid. He dreams of courting her properly, wooing her into accepting his beast’s claim, and making her his - body and soul. Danger strikes, and his beast takes control - resulting in his immediate removal from Earth. From Gabriela.

Gabriela fell in love with an alien Warlord who fought to save her life, then disappeared, only to learn he was later killed in a battle with the Hive. She moves on with her life as best she can, with one beautiful reminder of their time together: a baby.

When she learns Jorik isn’t dead, but banished to the Colony, she and the baby are sent to find him. The problem? He’s not just contaminated, he’s been newly matched by the Interstellar Brides Program. And not to her.

©2019 Grace Goodwin, KSA Publishing Consultants, Inc. (P)2021 Grace Goodwin, KSA Publishing Consultants, Inc.

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A great story

I really enjoyed listening to this. Cary Hite did a really good job of the Atlantan. overall I have given 5 stars because let's face it grace goodwins books are great but the narrators did a even better job of reading the story

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  • 07-09-2021

Ugh! Stop changing narrators

The man was just passable. He least had some emotion in his dialogue

That woman, or was it a robot. No inflection no emotion. I would never want to hear another book by her. Perhaps if it was a manual telling me how to put something together.

Story was ok. It’s a cookie cutter series so pretty much what I expected. No complaints.

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  • Sue Guss
  • 04-09-2021

Excellent book, great narration

This storyline is completely different and puts a unique twist on the standard format. Very enjoyable and delightful HEA.

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  • CUSTOMER
  • 24-08-2021

Horrendous narration on a lukewarm storyline

The story got off to a really slow start on a very simple story line. A lot of parts of it kind of has you going "No way. That would never happen in real life." and "Why the F**k did they do THAT?". *spoiler* That last statement is referring to Gabriella climbing into a crate on a transport pad to make it easier for the lunatic holding a blaster on her to pack up her lifeless body after she shoots her. I just kept thinking, "WHY???" The entire storyline was really predictable but the narration took it from ok to unbearable. I skimmed thru A LOT of this book because the narration was so bad. The female narrator was blank, unemotional, and kept throwing pauses into the middle of her sentence structure where they didn't belong. She read all the characters in the same voice and way. I was half way torn between trying to figure out if I was listening to a library read or a lecture hall; they both felt the same style as her reading. I got the distinct feeling she was uncomfortable reading the sex scenes. She didn't even show any emotions or enthusiasm during those parts either. The male narrator was a little more emotional but it was hard to follow him. He kept changing up his voices all for the same character. There was no consistency to the character voices at all. When he got excited he sounded like a whiney toddler throwing a fit. He also had a tendency to assume a southern accent for a lot of his characters and was not very good at it. This is coming from someone born and raised in the south. The entire book was just painful to listen to but I kept it up until the end hoping it would get better but it didn't. When I finally did reach the end I was just so relieved it was finally over.

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  • alice rand
  • 13-08-2021

Loved the story line.!

Great story but was not on love with the female narrator. Definately worth listening to

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