These miners are ready for their women. But are these Earthlings ready for them?
Most Wanted Alien Brides Book 4
Xianan Phares comes from a long line of bastards, and he doesn’t want to continue that heritage. But an accident in the mines sends Phares to medical where he learns that his injuries jump-started his Fever, and there is no way to control it.
Though not many want to mate with the monstrous Xian and he has no interest in finding love, Phares agrees to work with the Intergalactic Dating Agency to find a partner so he can quench his Fever and get back to work.
After discovering her boyfriend’s horrible lies, Jana just wants to walk off her heartbreak in the park.
The last thing she expects is to fall through an intergalactic portal and be thrown across the stars.
Now she’s supposed to mate with this giant purple alien with bones sticking out of the top of his shoulders and piercing eyes that seem to stare into her soul.
She’s never had the best luck with men, but seriously? A giant purple alien who treats her better than her boyfriend?
She’ll be surprised if this ends well…
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Phares’s head throbbed, and he headed down the corridor, past other food and entertainment locations.
If he remembered the layout of Disguised Serenity, transports docked close. Maybe a level up or down, not far from the outermost wall, so the commercial transports were nearby.
It was also why there was so much traffic in the corridor. People both disembarking and boarding the transports. Here, the hallway resembled an old luxury cruiser’s passageway between cabins, the stores in what had been quarters before. Plenty of other humanoids jostled past each other in their determination to get wherever they were going.
Well, except him.
No one got too close to a Xianan.
At least here, he was just another Xianan, and their species' reputation preceded him, so most people left him alone.
As long as they didn’t know his parental and thereby had heard about what a failure he was, then they would not mess with him.
He glanced around when he reached a fork. To the right led to the dating agency’s offices.
So he went to the left.
This was stupid. What was he doing here? It was ridiculous, and he wasn’t doing it. He needed to get back to the Guild and find out what happened. What had his paternal done?
No matter what was reported, Shoval probably knew more about what happened than he’d claimed in the video.
Everything was stable when Phares left. He’d made sure of it. There shouldn’t be—
“Move it, Barney,” snapped a female voice, and she pushed past him. “I have to get out of here.”
“Barney? What’s a Barney?”
The female, who came to his shoulder, didn’t seem to care that she’d just touched a Xianan.
She yelled over her shoulder. “You, you giant purple alien thing.”
There was an audible gasp.
The crowd around them parted as she stormed past, not quite running, but more than walking.
He merely lengthened his stride to catch her.
Every fiber in him demanded that he follow her. Mostly to find out what a Barney was.
That was his excuse, anyway.
“Wait,” he said.
“No.” And she didn’t look back. “I don’t care how nice everyone is. I’m leaving!”
“Everyone is not nice,” he said.
His words stopped her, and she paused just long enough to turn back and gulp as her gaze wandered over him.
For a moment, everything stopped, and nothing mattered but her.
“I—I have get…” Her words trailed as she spun around and took off again.
He didn’t let her get far.
“Stop,” he called out and caught up with her very quickly.
She spun around and glared at him. “What?”
“What is your failure?” he said, glaring at this female—Terran, by the look of her. Though he’d never quite seen a Terran with such light skin and hair like that. It was dark on her head and light on the ends. Very strange.
Probably some rare genome.
She put her hands on her hips. “I don’t have a failure! I want off this, this whatever it is, and I want to go home.”
He raised an eyebrow. “Whatever it is?”
“I don’t care what it is. I just want to go home! I was taken against—”
He’d heard enough. “Come on. I’ll find you a transport.” The only reason he was doing it was because he already was looking for his own.
That was it.
That was the only reason.
Didn’t have anything to do with his Fever, demanding he protect this female.
Many would take advantage of a distressed female. Try to manipulate her.
And that would not happen on his watch.
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