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Payak

When a rogue Sinth Guardian disappears on planet Earth, I'm not sure if he's investigating the alien abduction of humans he discovered or if his message to me meant something more...

Mavin has disappeared, so I make sure I’m first in line, paying tribute to the Ashen aliens who protect the planet Earth where he was last seen. He’s like a brother to me, and after his last punishment by our ruling body, the Sinth Sovereignty, he needs to know we all care - so he doesn’t disappear into his personal dimension forever.

What I don’t expect, is to find an Earth female so alluring, it appears she can see right into my dimension. She can see me! Unfortunately, we’re called in for infectious testing and notified that the Wen virus has appeared on Earth.

Now, we’ve been split up and assigned to help find the source of the disease's arrival. As warriors against what the humans are calling the Zombie Affliction Contagion, we utilize our dimensional phasing to stop the spread across the globe before it causes an apocalyptic catastrophe.

It’s more important than ever to find out if human females could be mating-compatible, since phasing into our dimension means there’s a chance for their species if we fail to stop the contamination.

Will Teresa let me close enough to test our compatibility? What will it mean for the future of Earth if I fail?

Teresa

The last thing I need is a hot, drool-worthy one-night stand!

As the housing coordinator on our secret military base, I run into a man who’s easily the best-looking I’ve ever seen. With dark hair and light piercing eyes, he catches me off-guard when he practically acts like a barbarian as he continues to relentlessly pursue me, despite my denial of interest in him.

Warning: This book contains adult language and adult bedroom scenes. It is intended for 18+ listeners and adults only. It's part of a series but can be listened to as a stand-alone story.

©2020 Pearl Tate (P)2020 Pearl Tate

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A little different

The storyline on this is a little bit different from what I’m used to with these kind of romances. However, I couldn’t find it within myself to be empathetic with the characters. The characters reactions, feelings, and overall attitude just didn’t come across, in my opinion, as being authentic. The story seem choppy as well as the narration. Rodney Steele’s performance was a little wooden. Plus, I surprised myself with my reactions regarding epidemics. Anyone that’s feeling vulnerable these days probably should avoid stories about epidemics.

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Horrible narration

I really wanted to like this one but couldn’t get past the narration (ESPECIALLY the male 🤦🏻‍♀️) if she gets new narrators I’ll give book 2 a try.

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Weird

The narrator’s are horrible. They ruin the story for you. You have to listen to their pitiful voices and it’s hard. They take away from the story.