Jillian Landay has clawed her way up from humble beginnings to a successful career as an interior designer. She’s no queen of an alien planet like her younger sister, Megan, but she did have a handsome, wealthy husband — until it all went down the drain over a year ago.
Love and relationships? Totally out of the question. She’s not about to get burned again.
So why the hell is she pregnant for some arrogant alien man? Jonnar Dorayan may be the sexiest alien warrior alive with his intense, blue-violet stare and a scorching touch that sets her body afire, but he’s not her type. Yeah, he’s the father of her unborn child, and yeah, he did save her life. Twice. But falling for him? Never gonna happen in this galaxy or the next.
Tantalized by a curvy human...
There are two things Jonnar enjoys in life: fighting and… well, it involves a willing woman beneath him. Fatherhood was definitely not on his goal list, and if he had a choice, he certainly wouldn’t have chosen a prickly, stubborn human female as the mother of his child.
Jillian is nothing like what he’s accustomed to, yet her irresistible curves and astounding strength captivate him. He can’t fall in love with her. He’s no good for her and she’s too good for him.
And once he’s gotten them out of their dangerous situation, he’ll have no choice but to let her go.
The Alien General’s Baby is a steamy standalone sci-fi romance based in the Omaron World. It features a powerful alien general falling in love with and risking his life for his luscious human female and their unborn child.
Books in the Men of Omaron series: The Alien King’s Baby (Megan and Mikaal) The Alien General’s Baby (Jillian and Jonnar) The Alien Commmander’s Baby (Karen and Kess)
These books can be read on their own, but it improves the experience if they’re read in order.
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