As a distraction, he goes to the Intergalactic Dating Agency’s newest offices and let them find him the perfect mate. Hopefully, there was an escape clause because Olmed was solving this mystery, with or without a mate.
Tori wasn’t doing this. Whatever this was, nope, she wasn’t about it. The park wasn’t her idea. She was dumping her ex and moving on. Then Jana disappeared in a flash of light.
Without thinking, Tori and Polly run after her. Now she’s on the other side of the galaxy with this giant, red-horned mate who looks like something out of a movie, and she’s supposed to mate with him?
She’d rather smash his face in. Then it gets worse. A lot worse.
Can they handle it together? Or will it tear them apart?
NEW YORK TIMES & USA TODAY BESTSELLING AUTHOR
It took getting grounded for Candice Gilmer to realize her imagination was much more interesting than the real world. She started writing out imaginative stories in high school, and published her first book in 2008. Since then, she's published 30+ books, hit the New York Times and USA Today lists, and written about everything from small-town salons to sexy aliens on other worlds. And her imagination isn't done yet.