Roark of Trion is not eager for a mate. Danger and the constant threat of war dog his steps. But one look at his new bride, and his mind is changed. Natalie is everything he ever wanted in a woman...so soft, so passionate, so submissive to his every need. An attack on their outpost leaves Roark fighting for his life. For her protection, Natalie is transported back to Earth. Roark thinks she's dead. But she's very much alive and so is his newborn son. Natalie's anger and regret grows with each passing day her mate does not keep his promise to come for her. By the time he discovers his mistake, it may be too late to win back her heart.
Mindrin Zeras has no idea she's about to become a bride to not one but two alien princes. But that's exactly what happens when she accidentally stumbles her way into an intergalactic wedding while trying to fix a malfunctioning elevator. Thanks to a treaty between the mar'don, the celestri, and humanity, the bride's identity is to remain secret until the ceremony begins, exactly when she finds herself at the altar. Talk about stressful work days. Now she's wed to both stunning, powerful males who seem eager and skilled enough to claim her in every way possible. There's only one little problem. Both believe they're marrying a bride painstakingly selected for them, not an imposter who was merely at the wrong place at the right time. She's rapidly losing her heart to these two aliens who make her soul soar and her body quiver, but if they discover the truth, the peace treaty might go up in flames.
Nothing will stop Prince Valdur from doing his duty. The mar'don are respected warriors, and Valdur is both fierce and dedicated to honoring his new mates in the name of peace. His little human bride has more than enough spirit and beauty to make her a challenge, even if he must overcome his possessive instincts and share her with Tyal. She might even make him smile, but there's something odd about her too, and Prince Valdur hates to be deceived. Meanwhile, the charming Prince Tyal has secrets of his own, and more than a few suspicions about his new bride. Tyal loves a mystery, but he's beginning to suspect that unraveling this one might not be the best idea. Only someone else seems to know who Mindrin really is, and they don't care how many are hurt when the truth finally comes to light...
Reader note: contains M/F/M ménage and hot romance elements