by Lee-Ann Wallace
Determined to finish her studies and restart the search for her missing parents, Tarnee’s life
Tor’Arr has been searching the universe for his one and only, the woman who will complete him and knows when their eyes clash across a busy space station that he has found her. He will allow nothing to stand in way of claiming her as his, not even his crew. Thrust into a dangerous world where she must rely on Tor’Arr to keep her safe Tarnee must decide if she’s prepared to give up her dreams to be with a man who can be anything she desires.
And now for an excerpt:
“Will you take me home?” I asked because I had to. It was too important to me just to let it go. I’d spent every waking hour since my parents disappeared, working towards the day when I could search for them and I was so close to my goal.
This man may make me feel things I’d never felt for another man, and we might have some strange kind of connection, but I’d never forget my parents. I’d never forget that they were out there somewhere.
Frustration crossed his face as I looked at him.
“I can’t do that, Tarnee. Now, even more than before. We’re already leaving your galaxy.”
A crushing sense of disappointment almost overwhelmed me. I turned away from him to look out the window behind me, lost in what I felt, my gaze lost in the endless expanse of space.
I heard movement behind me, the soft rustle of fabric as he moved, along with footsteps on the plush carpet.
“Is it so terrible that you can’t go home? Is staying here with me such a hardship, Tarnee?”
His voice had been close, so close. I looked over my shoulder to find him standing right behind me, between the two chairs that sat opposite the built-in couch.
“You don’t understand,” I replied.
“Then help me understand. Tell me why it’s so important to you that you go home. Tell me why you won’t even give us a chance.”
About the Autho:
Lee-Ann Wallace spends her days dreaming up sexy aliens to fill her stories with and drinking far to much coffee. She lives in a little house in Brisbane, Australia with her family and has set up shop at the dining table where she is surrounded by noise. When she’s not writing you can find her with her nose pressed to her phone reading a steamy romance.
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