Aliens captured Lucille and many other women to experiment on using the drug bliss. She couldn't understand why the aliens would want her. She wasn't supermodel pretty. Lucy is what people describe as "plus-sized" or "big-boned". Her only redeeming feature would be her eyes. They were so blue that they were almost purple. Many men fell for her just for her odd colored eyes. It definitely wasn't for her baby making abilities. Her doctors told her she was infertile, and her would be husband skipped town as soon as he found out.
Once she found out that he had called off the wedding and left her, Lucy got drunk at a bar. That was when some sick minded aliens abducted her on her way back to her apartment. To top the cake? The aliens that captured her and other women crashed onto an alien planet. The ship could not be fixed, and apparently the natives were hostile. Just her luck!
Barak Von Slithe and several of his warriors were outcasts. His people did not prize their coloring and rejected them for breeders. Most Queztal females wanted more brightly colored males. Not males that reminded them of the sky, rivers, or the dirt. They also wanted males that were more slender and easily controlled. Not warriors who were stubborn and had a mind of their own. Now he and his warriors spend their lives patrolling the borders. Keeping the nobility of their race safe.
Yet, each one of them dreamed of being able to court and have a female of their own. They build their nests and decorate them in vain. Knowing no female would ever choose them. However, when a big fireball streaked across the sky one day, Barak felt a pull deep in his chest. Something called to him. Now, he and his warriors race across the lands of his people to find what calls to him.
This book is a part of the Tnarian Universe series and can be read as a standalone. You can read the books in any order. It is a guaranteed HEA! No cliffhanger, no cheating, etc. Just a lot of steamy scenes and adult content!
**WARNING** This book may contain triggers for some. Some material may be disturbing for those sensitive to drugs, sexual situations, language, and/or abuse.