No rules. No laws. No mercy. She belongs to them now.
An Earth member of the medical recovery team on Transport Station Zenith, Harper meets two mysterious strangers from an unknown world. With intense eyes and even more intense desires, it’s easy for the two sexy-as-sin aliens to prove how good it can be with them.
Styx, a leader from Rogue 5, knows Harper is destined to belong to him and his most trusted enforcer, Blade. But when Styx is betrayed by one of his own kind, she’s caught in the deadly crossfire. Her mates must tread carefully, for even if they win the battle on the lawless outer moon, they might lose the most important battle of all, the one for Harper’s heart.
Anna Uhm, yes please, more Hyperion guys! This was easily my fave in the series, including it's spin-offs. The plot is a fairly standard "who's after my mate" typical of this author, but the change of location/culture/personalities made it feel fresh, not just a Prillon duo knock-off. And it's awesome. Characterwise, finally, finally, *finally* we get a heroine who isn't a pretty pretty princess locked away for her good. Thank you lord. I know that some of the other ladies didn't start as such (lookin at you, Sarah) or didnt *completely* end up that way (Kristen) but I was so.damn.sick of stupid heroines running away-ish for some stupid reason (even if most of them aren't entirely written as the dumb damsel in distress). Harper knows what she is (a medic, not a fighter) and the one time she starts shooting, it's to protect a the wounded patients, where her choice is 'stand by and wring your hands or grab the gun'. She doesn't go off to solve the mystery herself, she doesn't hide away/insist she go with anyone into battle. Seriously, I cried tears of joy at having a normal person. She doesn't come full of raging insecurities or having been entirely alone all her life or signing up for a bride program and the shocked at the thought of having sex. She's not even a bride - she's a Coalition medic who's attracted to this dude, has someone try to kill her, and said dude says "I'm familiar with these guys, you can come with me cuz I know what to look for, or stay here where they don't, your choice." Like I said, normal adult woman who makes a logical choice knowing what it means. Thank you lord. Styx and Blade are the author's default alpha males, realizing that she's not a pretty pretty princess, that such a person couldn't deal with their world/lifestyle, while also recognizing their need to protect her because she *doesn't* know their world. They're upfront with their sexual preferences while also making sure it's ok with her ("This is what I'm goingto do - if you have an objection, now is the time to say so") while still maintaining dominance. Speaking of which... I'm so happy Harper wasn't all "this kink feels so good but I'm bad for liking it and spend half the book berating myself". Not that there was seriously any kink involoved, especially compared to the other duo/trio books. They playfully smack her on the butt once or twice, threaten to turn her over their knee one time, do the position that every 2+ does, but mostly it's verbal commands (no restraints, toys, or anything). In fact, I wouldn't even, in this day and age, call this "kinky". It's entirely personality - which isn't to say it's not hot! The initial hallway scene (heck, both of them)? Uhm, yes please, more? All in all, this series was kind of getting stale for me from lack of variety. Introducing new aliens, new locations and new types (outlaw pirates instead of good guys, yay!) revved it back up. Hey author, let's do something REALLY crazy and add an alien female to the mix, whadaya say? I nominate Silver and a human smuggler dude. C'mon, there have be some humans who have gotten their hands on a spaceship by now.
Dee Like I Always Say… Double the Pleasure Double the Fun! Holy hot Hyperion alien beasts… the heart palpitations haven’t stopped since reading “Her Rogue Mates” the latest installment in the “Interstellar Brides Rogues Series”! I read this episode in one sitting and never moved… OK, I lied… I squirmed a little… OK, maybe I squirmed a lot but this is one totally hot book! Professionally written, the narrative is incredibly fast paced and flowed seamlessly from the first page to the very last. The characterizations are totally engaging including two for the price of one, Rogue 5 alien beasts and a strong, intelligent coalition medic (lucky girl!). Trust me, Styx and Blaze dole out all of the action Harper can handle (yeah, that kind of action!) on every horizontal as well as vertical surface available! As with prior installments, the world building is fantastic incorporating plenty of action (no, not that kind) intrigue, revenge, betrayal and all of the raw, filthy alien sex you could ask for… did I already mention that?! “Her Rogue Mates” is a heat seeking ménage missile directly targeting the reader’s heart with plenty of sweet romance and everlasting love. All of the Interstellar Bride Books (or spinoffs) including “Her Rogue Mates” are standalone novels and reading of any previous work is not required for total enjoyment. So… If you’re looking to double your pleasure and double your fun, just “one-click” “Her Rogue Mates” right now… you know you want to! Remember sharing is caring! Disclaimer: No Kindles were seriously harmed while reading this novel. Children 18 and over only! Disclaimer for the Disclaimer… The term “seriously harmed” is not intended to include: overheating, scorch marks, minor melting or inconsequential fire that can be put out with an extinguisher. Fire retardant gloves highly recommended while reading. Reviewer is not responsible for run-on sentences, misplaced commas, to many of these thingy’s (…) and illegal use of overly descriptive language. *** I voluntarily received an ARC copy of this book in exchange for my honest review but great authors are hard (nope, not going there) to find so I purchased my very own copy! *** RATING DETAILS (Based on 1 to 5 Gold Stars): STEAM FACTOR: 5 DOUBLE YOUR PLEASURE STARS WRITING STYLE: 5 SEAMLESS STARS PLOT: 5 FAST PACED STARS ENGAGING CHARACTERS: 5 TWO FOR THE PRICE OF ONE STARS SATISFYING CONCLUSION: 5 COMPLETELY SATISFYING STARS
Terry Awesome An amazing addition to the Alien bride series. I would not call this a stand alone because reading this book without the previous Interstellar bride books would not do the book justice. Although part of the series, we are not talking about being recruited as brides. In this book you have an earth woman that works for the coalition as part of the Alien version of the redcross on the battle fields. Harper has seen death and dying and is now drowning in her alcohol when she meets a Styx and Blade. Two members of Rogue 5, not part of the coalition of planets. And now these two gorgeous aliens are saying she belongs to them and she is in danger. But what if she goes with them? Are they good guys or bad guys? Good book, and seeing the battle from a different perspective was a change. A great HEA
Bookworm555 💚💚💚💚💚Freakin' Fantastic💚💚💚💚💚 Freakin' Hell! I knew Styx and Blade were going to be awesome as soon as they were introduced in "His Virgin Bride" and the author did not disappoint. Even though this book can be read as a standalone, I would suggest reading "His Virgin Bride" first as it is the introduction to the Rogue 5 Legions and Styx and Blade play a large part of that story. From the very beginning, this book sucked me in and did not release me until I finished it. While it is in the Interstellar Bride Universe, Harper is not a matched Bride but a discovered mate. Styx and Blade are a fantastic mashup of good guy/bad guy and are absolutely perfect. They are violent (when it comes to protecting their own), caring, protective, dominant, and let's not forget downright dirty. Harper has such a capacity for compassion that it is almost detrimental at times but outstandingly awesome at other times. The plot has a little of everything - a heist, an assassination attempt, battles, celebrations, raging hot sex(though I tend to skip over these), spies, A NEW ATLAN THAT NEEDS A MATE (if you can't tell - I am particularly fond of the Atlans), and so much more. Don't wait! Grab a copy, enjoy and then let the author know that we need Warlord Wulf's story! Once again I received a copy from the author and voluntarily reviewed this book but I have purchased EVERY SINGLE book that the author has written for this universe and I have loved them all them all. (and as soon as Amazon stops holding the Kindle version hostage, this review will have a "Verified Purchase" stamp on it) FINALLY- 2 days after it's release(and it was available at all other sites), Amazon put it up sale. I may have to start purchasing my books elsewhere