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Alien Mate by [Bristol, Cara]
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I'm Starr Elizabeth Conner. Earth's government falsely convicted me of a crime, packed me on a ship with other female felons, and sent us to Dakon, a primitive, frozen wasteland of a planet. Why? Earth needs minerals, and Dakon is desperate for females.

But I'm no barbarian’s 'mail order bride,' even if he is super tall, muscular, and the chief of his tribe. He doesn’t want a BBW blonde, either--it's written all over his chiseled face. He'll be truly angry if he ever learns what my 'crime' was.

I am Torg. I have waited 34 rotations for a mate of my own. With this shipment, I was sure to get a fine, sturdy mate who'll bear me many daughters. Instead, I receive a small, curvy, pale-haired female who looks at me with anger and fear.

It is only when we 'kiss' that I believe things may work out between us. But I'm hearing rumors that Starr and her shipmates are law-breakers. To survive, Dakonians must obey all laws … or be exiled into the frozen wasteland. Just when I have found her, will I have to send my mate to die?

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  • Print Length: 271 pages
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  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B06XPTS6W2
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars ROCKS-FOR-BRIDES 10 April 2017
By Redrabbitt - Published on
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Once again, Cara Bristol has spun an amazing Sci-fi tale. Two planets, each needing something, and working out an exchange program. One is trusting, and the other is devious in how they handle their part of the exchange. Earth or Terra needs the illuvian ore to power things on earth, and Dakon needs females to help populate their planet after an asteroid centuries ago wiped out so many of their people. Along with it came a virus that killed out females, leaving them with only a few, and even fewer children being born. The story will grab you from the beginning to the end and keeps you guessing as unexpected details emerge.

On Earth, Starr Conner will be falsely accused of murder, tried, convicted and before she knows what is happening, placed aboard USS Australia to become a court-ordered-bride to an alien. She is on the first transport, along with forty-nine other women that were also incarcerated, except their crimes were more in line with cyber crimes, hacking, money laundering, etc., and they were given a choice to go.

Dakon needs females to mate, and hopefully, they will produce female children to help repopulate the planet. What was once an advanced planet, is now in winter twelve months out of their fifteen months rotation. Their infrastructure has been wiped out, and now survival has returned to a more primitive time. A drawing was held for the first fifty women, and each winner was given a chit to determine the order of choice for female. A tribal leader of one clan, Torq, has won a mate in the first flight of females.

The plot will have plenty of angst, uncertainty, deception, and new beginnings. As the fifty female prisoners travel to Dakon, three will become good friends, Tessa, Andrea, and Starr. There is some vague information about the aliens of Dakon, and even for the men of Dakon on Terra women. While preliminary testing show they are compatible, life on a new planet comes with anxiety. No different than mail-ordered brides of the eighteen hundred, these convicted women will be entering the unknown with their new alien mates. Torq is disappointed when he first sees Starr, and he worries about her small size, even thought on Terra One, she is considered a BBW. When Torq refers to Starr as skinny, her heart will melt at the compliment.

The story will keep the pages turning as details unfold of the crime Starr has been accused of, and how on Dakon, all laws must be obeyed, or you will be banished into the wasteland and left on your own. What will happen when the Dakonians learn that their shipment of mates is all convicted criminals? And one among them for the crime of murder? The difference between species is minor and learning new things interesting, such as kissing. There is a great cast of characters, unique characteristics of Dakonian men, and a love story in the works. “I would give you everything I have. You’re my mate.” “Forever and always.”
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars I can't wait for more! 11 April 2017
By Boundless Book Reviews Sara - Published on
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I voluntarily received a copy of Alien Mate, in exchange for an honest review.  I absolutely freaking LOVED it!  This is a genre I read a lot, since I do love my aliens.  In Alien Mate I was sucked in from the beginning and I finished the book in one sitting.  The world and characters building was outstanding and I am really looking forward to more of this series. 

It was funny, sexy, sweet, exciting, and a complete escape; which is what I look for in my alien romance books.  I am giving it 5 Huge Boundless stars, I can’t wait to read more!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Not your standard sexy beefcake meets blonde story... It's a good read. 27 May 2017
By Tiffany Easterling - Published on
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As an avid reader of romance, especially Science-fiction romance, (I'm using that term broadly), I find that I am very finicky about what I find interesting. I'm very easily put off by certain things in a book and am quick to put them down.
That being said.
I loved this book.
I was hooked from page one. I got so engrossed, I was sneaking to read alien mate at work.
I would definitely recommend it. The characters had depth and the setting had a lot of thought put into it. The world was believable and had good imagery.
What I really liked is that the men of this book were not stripped of their masculinity, in fact it was amped up to 'hella sexy'.
The heroine, though demure, was not stupid or weak, she's just demure. Also, plus sized. (fist bump to the author)
I will admit I was trepidatious about the hero reading the outside of the book, it sort of misleads the reader into thinking he's just a beefcake barbarian. Nothing could be further from the truth. He's a sexy beefcake, but also intelligent. And, smart guys are hot.
I would definitely recommend this book if your looking for a sexy sweet romance, that folds two worlds and two people together that are absolutely opposite. It's fun and exciting.

I will definitely be checking out other books by this author.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars what a great read. This is what a SF Alien romance ... 18 April 2017
By Laurie R - Published on
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Gosh, what a great read. This is what a SF Alien romance book should read like. Enjoyable, good simple plots, hero, girl, royalty, clean, well written, ya ya ya. Their is nothing that jumps out at you, but it does flow. I really like this series as I think it is one of the better "Alien" ones, and even though I have read books similar to this plot line, it was good. Researching to see if I missed any books in this series.
5.0 out of 5 stars A Reading the Paranormal Review 4 June 2017
By Kelly Rubidoux - Published on
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I do enjoy a good "mostly unwilling female shipped to the far end of space to be a hunky alien's bride" story. Seriously. There should be more of these. I'd read them all so hard they'd need a cigarette after.

*ahem* Right.

So. This book gives up Starr and Torg. Starr is pretty much the complete opposite of what Torg expects to get when the ship of ladies lands. But he falls for her all the same. Which is good because hello, frozen wasteland of a planet. The downside of all this is that not everyone is thrilled to be welcoming a bunch of alien women to their cozy caves.

Considering all the women sent were convicted of crimes, this makes for some tension. Especially for Starr, whose crime was murder, which, as Guardians of the Galaxy taught me, is pretty much the worst crime there is.

Needless to say, things do not go as smoothly as they could have. But there are plenty of sexy times between our H/h and...actually, I don't even need to add to that. Sexy times make everything better. For real.

-Kelly @ Reading the Paranormal

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