My latest release is now available on Amazon!

I am absolutely blown away by how amazing the cover is, and once again, my cover designers did a fantastic job! Yes, they are the same ones who did the new cover for The Scorpion’s Mate.

This is Prime Commander Tirel’s story, and though it can be read as a standalone, some characters and situations will be more clear if you’ve read the first three in the series. Like all of my alien romance heroes, Tirel is an alien that actually looks like an alien. 😀 He belongs to the reptilian species called the Akrellians.

Here’s some drawings of him that I commissioned from the extremely talented artist, Sam Griffin:

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A shot of his back to show all those dangerous quills!

Here’s the blurb:

Five years ago, I was abducted by aliens….

After a harrowing escape from an alien research facility, I found myself in the care and protection of an alien species called the Akrellians, but I didn’t trust my instantaneous attraction to the commander of the ship. After all, I had no idea what the evil Iriduans had done to me, so I didn’t know if my feelings were even my own or something they had caused.

He was reptilian and had deadly quills. How could a human possibly fall so fast for such an alien male?

When I offered Prime Commander Tirel a temporary sexual liaison, hoping it would ease the need I felt for him, he rejected it and asked for something more permanent.

I panicked.

I couldn’t escape him fast enough. Not because I feared him, but because of the temptation he offered—one that would require me to sacrifice everything I’ve ever known to stay with him.

Now, after years apart, the strange bond that had formed between us upon our first meeting demands I return to him, and I realize that I can’t continue to live my life without him. The only problem—I’m stuck on Earth, and I don’t know how to find him again.

Until an unexpected visitor brings me the solution—and the terrifying news that I may have waited too long.

Author’s Note: 18 + Contains language, and graphic scenes of intimacy and violence.

I hope you all enjoy reading this book as much as I enjoyed writing it!

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