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by Susan Hayes 


Genre: Science Fiction Romance 


Publisher: Black Scroll Publications Ltd







What do you do when your planet runs out of women? Send for takeout, of


Tarjen never expected to go to Earth again. The first time, he was there to

protect Crown Prince Joran as he claimed his mate and returned her to Pyros.

This time, Tarjen is on his way to claim a mate of his own.

He’s studied human courtship behaviour, memorized his match’s file from the

Star-Crossed Dating database, and prepared himself for the moment he’ll meet

his mate. He’s planned everything perfectly so that nothing can go wrong. Not

like the last time they were here...

This book contains a single mother who doesn’t believe in happy endings, and a

royal bodyguard who does everything by the book – until the universe blows up

the book, his plans, and part of a city block.





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Still winded by her fall, her senses scrambled, Aria forced herself back to her feet. Fear tried to take hold, but she pushed it back and made herself focus on the only thing that mattered. Melody. Her baby was a warm, comforting weight against her chest.


“You okay, little one?” She ran her hands over every inch of her child, soothing her as she checked for injuries. By the time she was done, Melody was quieter, and Aria breathed a sigh of relief. “No owies or booboos. Thank heavens.”


She reached out one hand and started shuffling in a cautious circle, searching for a wall to use as a guide. She wandered for what felt like an eternity in the darkness, her nerves screaming, but finally her hand brushed against something solid.


“Thank god.” She leaned her back against the wall and gave herself a moment. She was running on instinct and adrenaline. She needed to calm down and start thinking clearly. She took a few cleansing breaths, counting out the seconds of each exhalation. Just as she started feeling more centered, she heard something in the darkness, and fear turned her blood to ice water in a heartbeat. Who was out there? What was out there in the dark?




“Aria? Are you unhurt?” A stranger’s voice called out.


“Who are you? Where are you? I can’t see anything.”


A hand touched her shoulder and a brilliant blue spark arced through the air, chasing away the dark for a moment. Once she saw the spark, she knew exactly who was with her. Her Pyrosian match had tracked her down somehow, and now both of them would have to face the consequences. I shouldn’t have come today. He’s going to be so disappointed.



Author Bio

Susan lives out on the Canadian west coast surrounded by open water, dear

family, and good friends. She’s jumped out of perfectly good airplanes on

purpose and accidentally swum with sharks on the Great Barrier Reef.

She’s worked for local law enforcement, been a freelance wordsmith and bakes

what she claims are the world’s best double-chocolate & caramel brownies.

She’s passionately in love with the written word (and a few of her more hunky

creations.) Writing is her joy, her escape from reality and the only way she

knows of to quiet the nagging harridan of a muse the universe assigned to her.


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