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Natalie Montgomery wants a new life. While she may be rich, her life is empty. Her parents were never around, too rich and important to be bothered with a child. And when they present her with a emotionless fiancé, she’s done. As a volunteer for the Interstellar Bride Program, she is thrilled to arrive on the hot, desert planet of Trion, and in the arms of a seductive warrior who makes her body burn.

Roark of Trion is not eager for a mate. Danger and the constant threat of war dog his steps. But one look at his new bride, and his mind is changed. Natalie is everything he ever wanted in a woman…so soft, so passionate, so submissive to his every need. An attack on their outpost leaves Roark fighting for his life. For her protection, Natalie is transported back to Earth. Roark thinks she’s dead. But she’s very much alive and so is his newborn son. Natalie’s anger and regret grows with each passing day her mate does not keep his promise to come for her. By the time he discovers his mistake, it may be too late to win back her heart.

©2017 Grace Goodwin and KSA Publishing Consultants Inc. (P)2017 KSA Publishers

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Another triumphant book in the Interstellar Brides series which tells the story of Natalie Montgomery who is sick and tired of the empty shell of her life and wants a man who will love and appreciate her. Enter Roark of Trion who is not eager for a mate. Danger and the constant threat of war dog his steps. But one look at his new bride, and his mind is changed. They have one amazing night together and then all hell breaks loose when their camp is attacked. When it is all over Roark is a prisoner and Natalie is back on Earth alone. By the time Roark realises Natalie is very much alive on Earth it may be too late to get her back and he's in for the surprise of his life when he does catch up with her and his son and just to finish things off there is danger too close as well.

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  • TA
  • 02-05-2021

Another good storyline

I love this story; some of Roark’s thoughts about his parents and Natalie’s thoughts about her ex made me laugh. Roark and Natalie were quite a pair; especially with a little bundle added into the mix. Narrators did a great job. This is now my favorite storyline in the series. Snobs will be snobs!

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  • Kohlman
  • 18-04-2021

absolutely loved this book

I absolutely loved this book and the storyline being so much different from the others was refreshing and new.

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  • Hera
  • 10-03-2021

DNF

The heroine is supposed to come from money and have been educated both academically and socially. However, she has no problems taking her parents' money, even as an adult, rather than getting a job (which is totally unrealistic if you are born into money you usually have a high-flying career you are ushered into) and making her own destiny and her parents are both absent and obsessed with her simultaneously. But that pretty much sums up the whole book, nothing makes sense. Natalie is supposed to be Miss Manners but has no qualms at all about giving away her $30,000 engagement ring without telling her fiancé she is leaving him to marry an alien stranger (BTW $30,0000 is a cheap engagement ring if you are a hedge fund bro). So she marries this guy but then ends up back on Earth with a half-alien child and the hedge fund bro that she left at the alter is still hanging around? She still doesn't have a job but takes her parents' money happily even though she complains about them. Then there were the mistakes, Natalie is supposed to be living in a multi-million dollar house, and she has staff, but she does the laundry herself, she has no security and sleeps with a gun in her bedside table and forgets she has a private jet and needs to be reminded by the nanny. That is when I couldn't listen anymore. What really bothered me was Natalie's lack of agency. At no point did she say, "I am going to go out and get a job." Instead, she was going to marry this terrible hedge fund dude her parents found for her, and instead of having the guts to leave him or make her own destiny she went to the Interstellar Brides so that she could let someone else make her decisions for her... she is one of these women that would rather have no responsibility in her life so that she can blame others when it goes wrong and throughout the book, this is exactly what Natalie does. I don't know Grace Goodwin is usually okay but this time it was so far off the mark I felt bad for the narrators.

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  • Sharonda
  • 22-01-2021

worth every second

ugh! i love all her books❤❤❤
she always finds a way to keep my heart on edge.

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