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Mating Dance: Praesidio Corp Novella 1.5

by Ava Ryant on 2017-09-08

Ryker is a badass shifter Lieutenant with a heartbreaking past. For years, he and Justine having been dancing around their attraction until it finally erupts in close quarters and the heat between them is explosive. Ryker has no intention of letting Justine slip away and his beast is determined to claim her as his mate.

Justine is an independent, confident woman who has no plans to let the sexy times between them evolve into something beyond a temporary fling. Ryker’s past has shattered him beyond the hope for a permanent relationship and Justine won’t let her heart be broken. Of course, things don’t always go according to plan.

Warning: This book is a science-fiction romance novella. It contains swearing, violence and sensual sex scenes. It is advised you read Mating Spark beforehand as events in the first Praesidio Corp book run concurrent with this novella. It's definitely recommended for readers aged 18 and over.

Mating Spark (Praesidio Book 1)

by Ava Ryant on 2017-07-07

So...Earth was invaded by Aliens. That happened. I’m not joking. Fortunately for us, Humans developed latent abilities that enabled us to defend and protect our planet. We call ourselves the Praesidio. Six years later the world is not the same. We know we are not alone in the universe. There are dangerous things lingering in the darkness.

The Laren delegation is coming to her colony. A race of super-advanced Aliens that remind her of sexy elves. Silver skinned, pointy ears, swirling eyes and all. As Chancellor it is her responsibility to ensure everything goes well. Not everyone wants Alien visitors and tensions are high. Of course, things don’t get off to a great start. Somehow, she ends up Mated to an Alien. Yeah...things only get worse from there. Quarantine. Riots and Space Pirates. How did this happen again?

Warning: This book is a science-fiction alien romance. It contains swearing, violence, sensual sex scenes. It's definitely recommended for readers aged 18 and over.