Follow Sara and General D’Annon as what should have been a simple trip to get Sara home turns into the adventure of a lifetime.
Sara: I am heartbroken to quit the Bride Program. Momma needs me to return home and take care of her after a recent heart attack. Even though I had no intention of ever becoming a bride to one of the Cerastean aliens, I don’t want to leave. The mothership is the first place I have felt safe in a very long time. I will miss the feeling of security and all my friends. I may even miss one gruff, annoying, overprotective alien general.
General D’Annon: I’ve watched and worried over Sara for months. Like all Cerasteans, I can smell emotions. Sadness and fear were Sara’s constant companions in the early days of her arrival on the mothership. Now that she has to return to Earth, the scent of Sara’s sadness and fear are back. I vow to escort Sara home and make sure she is safe.
Content Warning: This book contains themes of domestic violence.
Find out what happens when a curvy gossip queen meets her alien match.
Janet: When I accepted the job at a Cerastean healing center, I only intended to focus on the work at hand: saving patients from cancer. And maybe some gossip. There is nothing I love more than juicy gossip. It turns out that a medical facility filled with humans and aliens creates a treasure trove of romance, scandal and fabulous rumors. This facility is feeding my Gossip Queen soul. But there might actually be something, or someone, I could love more. He's sweet, protective, loves dogs, has a body to die for… And he’s an alien.
Could I actually love an alien more than spilling tea?
D'Xurrl: As head of security for Deerfield Medical facility, the humans I am tasked with protecting certainly keep me on my toes. I've learned the word 'shenanigan' since coming to Earth, and I have found that humans encapsulate the term perfectly. One vivacious human, in particular, has captured my attention with her sweet scent, her love of gossip and her curvy body. I want Janet for my own, but it is a dangerous time for my people. Until the threat has passed, I need to stay away from this luscious human female. Now I just need to make sure my heart and body follow my orders.
When events beyond their control test D'Xurrl and Janet's budding romance, can their relationship withstand the turbulence?
This is a quick side story about our favorite gossip queen and her alien D'Xurrl. The next book will return to the main Saving Ceraste storyline.
Ally has wanted to be an astronaut for as long as she can remember, but an eye condition made that dream an impossibility. She views the Cerastean's Bride Program initiative to find human wives as her chance to finally get into space. Finding an alien husband isn't a priority. All Ally wants to do is explore space and take apart alien technology to learn how it works.
After being caught sneaking into engineering one too many times, Ally is assigned to work with Cerastean Scientist L'Zaen to re-engineer an Ostium weapon. Ally loves the work, and L'Zaen's keen intellect. L'Zaen loves how Ally's insatiable curiosity makes every day an adventure. When their work garners an invitation to a festival on the Hisk homeworld, Ally finds her greatest dream coming true.
Join our couple as they geek-out on new tech, join a pilgrimage to an alien festival, work to defeat the Ostium threat and find love.
I'm getting married to my dream alien!!!
Okay, I'm really choosing L'Arc in the Presenting Ceremony, but that doesn't have the same ring to it. Either way, this is the start to the rest of my life with my mate. I am madly in love, and we get to go on a honeymoon on a lush tropical paradise in another galaxy! The Cerasteans have been crazy-busy, so it's nice we can get away for a week. Several of my bride volunteers friends are joining us on the trip to Xerini—the dulci home world. I can't wait to hit the beaches with Maya, Serena, Chelsea and our Cerastean mates. I'll be sure we have plenty of alone time too. It's going to be the best trip ever!
Come along for the Presenting Ceremony and first Bride Program Honeymoon. Experience love, surprises, secrets and a few shocking twists & turns on Xerini.
In space, no one can hear you moan.
Ever since avoiding death at the hands of a mad scientist, Chelsea has been hiding in the ductwork of an alien space station. When two new victims are brought in, Chelsea sees her chance to escape. Should she take this opportunity to get away or attempt to rescue the two sexy aliens from the scientist's clutches? What's a girl to do?
Take a journey with Chelsea, D'Rett and L'Tarne as they attempt to flee and return to Earth. Their mission is to escape and get vital information to their people. They have a beat-up space ship, bad guys on their tail, new planets to explore and a mutual attraction they are trying to resist.
Note: Menage stories are not everyone's cup of tea and I was worried about alienating (no pun intended) some of my fans. To address this issue, I decided to write books 3 and 4 so that you could skip this book and still follow the overall storyline of Saving Ceraste in book 4 The Bride Program Honeymoon.
Me: I just can’t stop thinking about you. I know we can’t go further, but I have an idea. Maybe we could sext?
L’Vect: What is that?
Me: Sexting is when you tell the other person how you want them to touch themselves, and that person describes what it feels like. It’s a sex game.
L’Vect: Yes. I want to sext. What do we do next?
Me: I will go first.
Serena: Aliens have landed on earth and offered a cure for cancer in exchange for human brides to save their race. The program has led to protests and, increasingly, violence. But as a hematologist specializing in leukemia, I still jump at the chance to work with the Cerastean doctors to help cure patients. I’m assigned to work with Physician L’Vect who is well—he’s different. But there is something...
L’Vect: I have been told that I am socially inept around my own people, and I am even worse with the humans. I do not pick up on their most basic social cues. I want to help our patients, but all I can scent is their fear when I speak with them. Luckily Dr. Serena Salcedo has offered to instruct me in ‘bedside manners.’
Maya Arnold was leading a normal life, working and helping care for her sister, until the Cerasteans arrived. Offering a cure for cancer if enough women volunteer as brides, Maya jumped at the chance. Saving her sister was her only goal. She never expected to actually fall in love with an alien, or find best friends in the other bride volunteers.
Since the mysterious destruction of Ceraste, Commander D’Avii and the surviving males have been searching the galaxy for a new home. Finding Earth and its women was a miracle. Like most Cerasteans, he finds humans to be fascinating creatures -- none more so than bride volunteer Maya. His attraction to her is instant and intense. Still he knows Maya can never choose him, a warrior, with so many higher-caste scientists seeking their own mates. To do so would shame the scientists and tear the last of his people apart. Yet he aches at the loss of something he never even had.