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.
Saving Ceraste chronicles a group of alien warriors and scientists who have been roaming the galaxy since the destruction of their planet. They believed their generation would be the last until they found earth and its women. Working with the world’s governments, they offer to share their technology—including cures for many common diseases—in exchange for help. Thus, The Bride Program is born. Follow the adventures of the Cerasteans, the bride volunteers, doctors, and others on their adventures to build a better tomorrow.
Dane Griggs lives in Florida with her very-patient husband, two amazing trouble-making children, a bratty long-hair dachshund and too many fish tanks. In her spare time she loves to read (a lot!), write, watch movies, drink wine & pots of coffee and tend her aquaponic garden.
Mrs. Griggs enjoys writing about relationships that evolve and grow over time, with lots of super-hot sex. She strives to put her characters in interesting situations where their strength and wit shine through—no Mary Sues allowed. So grab a bottle of wine and come hang-out in the mind of Dane Griggs and a world of characters you would actually enjoy sharing that bottle with.