• The Alien’s Accidental Bride

  • Alien Brides, Book 1
  • By: C.V. Walter
  • Narrated by: Rebecca Estrella
  • Length: 7 hrs and 29 mins
  • 4.3 out of 5 stars (53 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Molly was no stranger to life's little detours. After the last upheaval, she left her family's law firm to become a maintenance technician on the space station Bradbury 12. When an accident knocks her off her feet, she's going to have to draw on all her resilience to get back up. First, though, she's going to have to figure out how to talk to the big, blue alien trying to help her.

There wasn't supposed to be a space station where Mintonar's ship emerged from the galactic bridge. As far as they knew, there wasn't supposed to be intelligent life on the planet, either. Proof of how wrong they were is laying in his medical bay, and it's his job to save her. When he touches her, his life turns upside down and his mission suddenly includes figuring out why everything inside him insists she's his mate. And convincing her of the same thing, especially when they don't even speak the same language.

Contains mature themes.

©2021 C.V. Walter (P)2021 Tantor

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so boring i just cant finish

so boring i just cant finish it. i feel like my brain is dying because the story is so slow.

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Surprised after reading last review

This book actually kept me fairly interested the entire time. I did have to speed it up 2x, but I am going to read/listen to the next book - it isn’t something I will listen to all the time, but it is a cute series I plan to follow. My #1 complaint is the heroine has an issue with her “middle age” at 36! I’d give anything to be 36 again!

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This was just bad

The writing was bad. Narrator awful. Quit after the 2nd Chapter. Amateurish. Returned book

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worth the credit

Great book nice story and some low-key sex which was nice but great story. Going to buy the next book.














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Awesome beginning

This is a great story. An awesome beginning to an excellent series. I am looking forward to the next one in audio. I have already read the Kindle versions. I can't wait for more. Highly recommend. Good narration. if you are a fan of this genre you will not regret it.

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One minute she is working on repairing part of the space station and the next moment she wakes up in an alien medical unit. At first, they cannot communicate, but up to the point where I finally gave it up she never once asked about what happened to her space station coworkers or if she could contact her son to let him know she is alive. This is understandable when they couldn’t communicate but up to Chapter 11 after they were communicating she was still more interested in her romance and the medical equipment. She never brought up what happened. I, as the audience, apparently was more interested in that then she was. She came across as being extremely narcissistic. I guess I will never find out how she ended up on that alien space ship but now I don’t care. The narration was OK, I just didn’t get any warm fuzzies from it.