Lucie survived four hellish years in prison, being sucked through a wormhole and crashing onto an alien planet. All she wants is to go home. Passion and rage burn in her. She wants her life back and nothing will stop her: not prison, not an alien planet and not three powerful aliens determined to claim her. They won't distract her with their smoldering embrace or fiery kisses.
Alien men forged from fire.
Sarsen, Ertale and Asche spent the last thousand years waiting for release from their bonds. When the intriguing female bursts into their lives, she frees them from their unending servitude and ignites the fire in their heartstones. Now she thinks she can just leave them behind? Not acceptable. All three will do whatever it takes to make Lucie understand that her body and her heart belongs to them.
The Valos of Sonhadra series is the shared vision of nine sci-fi and fantasy romance authors. Each book is a standalone, containing its own Happy Ever After, and can be read in any order. Blazing is a Reverse Harem story with three heroes and one lucky heroine, complete and no cliffhangers.
Snowed in with the Alien Warlord (Warlord Bride Index Book 1)
by Nancey Cummings on 2017-11-13
You can’t trust an alien.
Penny is having the worst year. First the pretty lizard aliens show up and start murdering people. Then the “good aliens” arrive and claim they’ll defend Earth and save humanity… for a price. She knows a protection racket when she sees one. And the price? Married to an alien? No thank you.
Kol has one mission: destroy the Suhlik. He’s not interested in this new planet, Earth, or the strange soft-skinned inhabitants. On a scouting mission, he catches the luscious scent of his mate and must find her in the rubble of a ruined city and bring her to the safe zone.
When Kol is wounded protecting Penny, she just can’t leave him to freeze to death in a blizzard. Besides, no one is asking her to marry him, just keep him from becoming a popsicle. She doesn’t trust him and all this nonsense about being his mate could be hyperthermia talking. The more time she spends with the brawny alien warrior, the more she can’t deny the heat between them.
Once she is safe in his powerful embrace, being married to an alien is looking better by the minute. The Warlord Bride Index is a series of standalone stories set in the Warlord Brides universe.
Stand Alone, HEA, No Cheating and No Cliffhangers.
Seeran: Warlord Brides (Warriors of Sangrin Book 6)
by Nancey Cummings on 2017-09-26
Seeran never lost control.
Responsible for the security of his clan and warlord, he couldn't afford distraction or attachment. Then, on a Terran beach, he stumbled upon a male assaulting a female. The ice that ran through his veins turned to fire. The frightened female is his mate.
Whatever control he'd possessed snapped in a moment of recklessness, and he hoped that was all he'd lost.
Hazel shouldn't desire the terrifying alien. She'd just escaped a disastrous marriage with a violent man, so how could she fall for a growling soldier who punched first and asked questions later? Why did his arms feel like the safest place in the universe?
Her gut said to trust Seeran, but her intuition had failed her so many times before.
HEA, No Cheating and No Cliffhangers.
Warlord's Baby: Warlord Brides (Warriors of Sangrin Book 5)
by Nancey Cummings on 2017-07-31
What to expect when you’re expecting an alien’s baby.
Mercy has been pregnant for-freaking-ever. She’s tired and grumpy and ready to get this kid out of her. Of course, being adored by her alien warlord husband is awesome but she hasn’t seen her feet in a month. And she can’t get over this sneaking suspicion that there’s something Paax isn’t telling her...
Just as Mercy needs Paax the most, tension within the clan pulls them apart. He’s nowhere to be found when she goes into labor.
Paax: Warlord Brides (Warriors of Sangrin Book 1)
by Nancey Cummings on 2016-07-29
Paax never wanted to be matched to a mate.
The situation in his clan was dangerous for a hardened warrior, let alone a soft Human female without fangs or claws to defend herself. Sending her back to Earth was the only way to keep her safe. However, the moment the curvaceous woman stepped off the transporter, his tattoo burned with a passionate intensity he’d never experienced before. Paax knew he would do anything to protect her, to claim her, even challenge the clan’s violent Warlord.
No force in the universe would take his mate from him.
Matched to an alien warrior in the Draft, Mercy swore she’d do whatever it took to get out of the marriage contract. She liked her life on Earth and her independence. No one would take it away, not even the ridiculously hot warrior who demanded she call him husband.
Why is being claimed by the horned muscular alien the only thing she can think about?