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Forever Mate: A Science Fiction Alien Romance

By: Lisa Lace
Narrated by: Faith Clark, Arthur J. Hoyt
Length: 5 hrs and 40 mins
3.5 out of 5 stars (2 ratings)

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He’s the most sought-after assassin in the galaxy. His latest mission? Rescue a kidnapped child. The woman needs to pose as his wife and be good with kids. Nothing more. The matchmaker promises him the perfect mate. He never imagines the matchmaker might be telling him the truth. 

On his wedding day, his forever mate walks down the aisle dressed in a white, flowing mermaid gown. He never imagined a woman who can fulfill his darkest needs. 

His dark-eyed mate is full of lush curves he wants to taste. Wavy hair that falls past her shoulders. Thick tresses he wants to wrap around his fist as he sinks into her tight heat. Everything about the human stokes his desire. For now, he must deny his hunger. They have work to do. The life of a child is at stake.

©2019 Lisa Lace (P)2019 Lisa Lace

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Good quick listen/read

Kind of wish I had have read the book and not listened to it.
2 narrators wasn't the best decision for this book.
The story idea was good, but the writing itself was meh... I found it robotic and the characters unemotional. Zac has been looking for his "forever mate", but when he finds her there's no fire works etc.
The whole thing was a tad boring... unfortunately won't be looking for book 2, if there is one.

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  • 02-05-2019

Mediocre story, mediocre narrators

I’m not actually sure if it’s the story or the narrating that made this story drag for me. The story was just okay. I didn’t feel attached to the characters at all.

The narrators were hard to listen to. The male sounded sort of drunk or like he had a natural lisp but was trying not too. It made some of his words sound difficult for him to say which was distracting. Oddly enough though, when he spoke in voices for other characters his speech sounded much more natural.

The female narrator had an odd quiver to her voice that I think she used to show emotion. But really it just made her voice sound weak, with the quality of a 90 year old. It was strange and also distracting. I couldn’t wait for this book to end.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 25-07-2019

I love this book 😍😍😍😍😍

this book is awesome and I love the two narrators they read it so well

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  • Babsbny reads way too much
  • 07-06-2019

normally Ms Lace is a good default read but no

normally I will default to purchase Ms Lace's books because she does a decent job building a story is pretty thorough in her grammar and spelling and writes characters that can entertain for a while however this particular book was not up to her standards. it's almost felt as if someone else wrote this. I had a hard time enjoying or caring about the characters they or at least the writing almost seemed like a first run juvenile attempt at an adult PNR which was weird given her previous books.


***"""spoiler - please don't read on if you don't want to have a clue what will happen....sorry I couldn't convey my issues without revealing some of the plot****

The female protagonist seems at times to care and not care that she was tricked and then oh well I'll just go with the flow because we must save the children or child. I had a hard time envisioning any woman getting over that type of betrayal and 5 minutes later decide to Sally forth to let him off the hook as quick as she did. So the premise of the book fell Short early on and I never saw any redeeming qualities other than the kid which....(grrr)

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  • Laurieann
  • 08-11-2019

not good

struggled to finish will not buy any more of this series disappointed in my first book

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  • BryZbry
  • 28-09-2019

Hopeless romantics kind of story

The first couple of chapters were not as captivating, not sure if it was because of how the way the story was read by the male voice/narrator...but the female narrator, Faith Clark, did a better job at reading Holly's chatacter. if it wasn't for her voice and giving the character some authenticit, i probably have moved on w/o finishing the whole story. Liked the writing still because I fond myself still rooting for a hopeless romantic kind of story with Aliens;).

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  • Maghan Melton
  • 12-04-2019

couldn't finish.

I only made it halfway through. Both narrators did a terrible job. It seemed like they were trying, but.....

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