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  • Snow: A Qurilixen World Novella (Galaxy Alien Mail Order Brides) by Michelle M. Pillow

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    Alpha male alien comes to Earth to pick up a bride and instead meets a beautiful scientist whose job it is to capture him. By NYT Bestselling Author, Michelle M. Pillow, is back with a brand new sci-fi alien romance adventure.

    Tushar (aka Snow Chaos) knows there is little chance of finding a wife on his ice-ball of a home planet. Few can survive the subzero temperatures. When Galaxy Alien Mail Order Brides offers to introduce them to women eager for love, he and his brothers can’t resist, but Earth is far from welcoming.

    He knows he should focus on getting home, but all he can think about is laying claim to the sexy scientist who works for the bad guys.

    Jennifer works for the Milano Foundation in an attempt to undermine their efforts. When Snow and his brothers land, it’s like a dream come true for her diabolical alien-kidnapping coworkers. Now she has to make a choice–keep her cover, or betray a dangerous corporation to save the alien she’s falling in love with.

    Snow might be a blue humanoid from another planet, but life with him might be worth the risk.

  • Alien Advantage by Lorain O’Neil

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    Comfortable. Safe. Orderly.

    That’s what Mark Hemmings happily thinks of his law student life until one balmy Florida night he foolishly runs out to gawk up at that light in the sky. Zap! Mark is kidnapped by space aliens.

    When the aliens’ experiment on Mark teaches him a little too much, Mark is able to accidentally steal an alien ship and plunge back to Earth only to land smack into the clutches of General Peerless and Dr. Montgomery, the warring co-directors of Little Island. Little Island, the U.S. government’s secret facility where the government “collects” abducted returnees who’ve been taught by the aliens to utilize their brainpower in special new ways, like telepathy and telekinesis, or in Mark’s case, how to fly a spaceship with just his thoughts. Being the only person who can –sort of– fly the spacecraft makes Mark just what the government and Caroline, a fellow prisoner, are looking for. Not that Mark’s feelings matter, because no Returnee has ever escaped Little Island. But then no Returnee has ever arrived with his very own spaceship!

    This is a novel about aliens in which there are no aliens, but a main character fighting for free will and love, as he, the Doctor and the General, battle each other to triumph, the Doctor by clever manipulation, the General by crushing force, and Mark and Caroline by their cunning, wits and… spaceship! A humorous story of chase and determination, love, and above all else, refusing to forget who you really are, despite the craftiest of temptations.

  • Invaders from the Outer Rim by Eric Coyote & Walt Morton

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    When strange events start happening in the small town of Santa Maria, California, Sheriff Olsen is on the case. But he isn't prepared for what his investigation uncovers: an alien invasion of the kinkiest kind that caters to the unfulfilled sexual desires of the female psyche.