#8Sunday: From Alien Mate…how ‘big’ are they?

Release: April 2017

Read the complete chapter one here

In this scene from Alien Mate, Starr O’Connor is on a ship full of female felons, headed to an alien planet. They are to become the ‘net order brides of aliens. Starr has asked her friends if they know what the aliens look like…

“I did a little ‘net research before they transported me to the shuttle,” Andrea explained. “They are humanoid, genetically compatible with us, but they’re taller, much more muscular and bigger.” She held her hands about a meter apart.

“Are you talking about their penises or their bodies in general?” Tessa asked.

Shit, I hoped Andrea was referring to their bodies. I eyed the span between her palms.

Andrea rolled her eyes. “Their bodies in general–I did not research their junk.”

“It would be proportionate, though, wouldn’t you think?” Tessa persisted. You could take the girl out of the escort business, but you couldn’t take the escort business out of the girl.

The OFFICIAL  blurb

I’m Starr Elizabeth Connor. Earth’s government falsely convicted me of a crime, packed me on a ship with other female felons, and sent us to Dakon, a primitive, frozen wasteland of a planet. Why? Earth needs minerals, and Dakon is desperate for females.

 But I’m no barbarian’s ‘mail order bride,’ even if he is super tall, muscular, and the chief of his tribe. He doesn’t want a BBW blonde, either–it’s written all over his chiseled face. He’ll be truly angry if he ever learns what my ‘crime’ was.

 I am Torg. I have waited 34 rotations for a mate of my own. With this shipment, I was sure to get a fine, sturdy mate who’ll bear me many daughters. Instead, I receive a small, curvy, pale-haired female who looks at me with anger and fear.

 It is only when we ‘kiss’ that I believe things may work out between us. But I’m hearing rumors that Starr and her shipmates are law-breakers. To survive, Dakonians must obey all laws … or be exiled into the frozen wasteland.  Just when I have found her, will I have to send my mate to die?

Don’t miss this sexy, suspenseful sci fi romance–watch for the preorder of Alien Mate!

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16 Responses to #8Sunday: From Alien Mate…how ‘big’ are they?

  1. LOL. You packed a lot of entertainment value into so few sentences.

  2. LOL with the snippet. Of course they would be wondering that. And the blurb is great! I’m looking forward to reading this story! 🙂

  3. Kim Magennis says:

    Love your story, Cara. It promises lots of action and conflict. Looking forward to reading more.

  4. Jenna Jaxon says:

    I guess that would be a subject of speculation among all mail-order brides, especially about an alien race. Love this premise, and love Torg’s voice in the blurb!

  5. Hilarious even in outer space in dire conditions. Go for the humor! Wonderful.

  6. Important details, lol.

  7. Interesting excerpt 🙂 Soon enough all their speculations will be proven or disproven LOL. Should be another great book!

  8. Botanist says:

    Love that last line! The whole exchange made me smile.

  9. Diane Burton says:

    Great excerpt, Cara. Of course they’d wonder how “long” the men are. LOL This story will be great.

  10. I think you’re correct about the major topic of conversation on that ship.

  11. A great snippet. It’s important to know the essential details – probably before they get on the ship though! Although it doesn’t sound as though they have much choice about their mission.

  12. It’s a fair question, since they are going to be brides, after all. They’ll find out eventually!

  13. Ashley York says:

    Oh, man, this is great! I do enjoy character consistency. Caitlin does have an excellent point, too.

  14. Amy Braun says:

    Hahaha Loved this! 😀

  15. Tessa sounds like she can’t wait to find out. I hope she won’t be disappointed lol.

  16. Misa says:

    Well, yes – genetically compatible isn’t the same as compatible.

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