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Publisher's Summary

I’ve come to Earth to hunt down a killer, not find a mate. But then I see her, and all I can think is...mine. Just one dangerous problem: My enemy knows she’s here...and he wants her for himself.

Cassie Anderson has been an orphan since the age of four. Left on her own, she grew up a hardworking, pragmatic woman of the Montana Territory, her steady employment at the Selby boarding house the only life she knows. When strange, sensual dreams drive her from her bed, her body heavy with desire and the scar on her palm burning, Cassie isn’t sure what to think. When the handsome stranger tempting her each night with stolen kisses and irresistible caresses suddenly appears in the flesh, she believes she’s truly lost her mind.

Maddox of Everis was born a hunter. Second son to a powerful ruling family, he volunteers for the dangerous journey to a faraway, primitive planet called Earth. His mission? To track down an evil foe responsible for his twin sister’s death. He’s come ready for the hunt, prepared to kill, if necessary, but he is not prepared for the mating mark on his hand to burn with sexual fire. Shocked but desperate to find his mate, Maddox will do whatever it takes to protect her from his enemy. He expects to find a mate eager to welcome him into her bed. But Cassie is an Earth woman, an orphan who has no idea who or what she is...not a simple cowgirl, but a descendant of ancient warriors who once colonized Earth.

Cassie is a powerful shock to his system, a woman he will do anything to possess. But when he tells her the truth, that he’s an alien bounty hunter and she’s his marked mate, she refuses to believe him. That is, until the dangerous madman he’s traveled across the galaxy to hunt finds her as well. Suddenly it’s not just Maddox’s skillful kiss forcing Cassie to rethink everything she thought she knew, but an evil alien bent on possessing her for himself. She’ll have to trust Maddox with both her life and her heart if they’re going to survive.

©2016 KSA Publishing (P)2021 KSA Publishing

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The Earth visitors!

Excellent wild west with a SciFi twist. Book one with no book two at this stage says the Author. All of Grace's stories are very worth while buying and reading though.

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  • A. J. Mattern
  • 05-08-2021

Couldn't get past the cheesy dirty sex talk

I think there is a story here, but I really could not get past the dirty sex talk. It was if the writer was trying to shock me with how dirty they could make the sex scenes. I have read more Forums that were more titillating than the horrible writing here. I assume the reader was horribly embarrassed for audible. I will not be purchasing anymore of this writers books.

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  • Loribelle
  • 06-08-2021

Just ok

I love Grace G’s books but foe some reason I didn’t care for this one. I could t decipher between the voices. The narrators didn’t change his voice. He just talked louder.

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  • Donna Key
  • 06-08-2021

Set in the Montana Territory

Ok first. I got used to Mr. Macrae and even liked him. Though at times you had to pay attention to know who was speaking - which I find distracting.

That said, the only other thing I ever find frustrating about these books is the restating of the thinking or emotions several dozen times. I get it. We do it in our heads. I don’t need to be reminded repeatedly how a person feels or their motivation. A couple times yes, absolutely! We all get distracted. Even explaining how that character sees an event differently than others might— GG does this very well!! It adds depth to the story and moves it along so we don’t need the whole repeat repeat. But no matter how many repeats, and no matter how many times I wonder if it’s to fill a word count. I still really like the story.

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  • 04-08-2021

love the story

but: the narrator...great voice snd towards the end he got a sense of humor and in the last chapter it suddenly became fun. i expect women with underlying sass, and good sexy noises, and verbal pushback against the mansplaining,
this is not GG's best, this chika's fire was slow to rise though I expect the snark will rise with the next one. but get that narrarator to liven up......

he took it all entirely too seriously. this was the verbal equivilent of the picture American gothic.

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