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Genres: Sci-Fi Romance
Published by Indie/Self Published
Released on October 22, 2018
Toni Sutterman is not the kind to rock the boat and does everything by the book. Roguish Aton makes Toni see that some rules are meant to be broken and she might have some rogue in her after all. The second book was just as fun and fantastic as the first one with a new sort of adventure for an alien to earth and the woman he claims as mate.
Aton follows Darak in the series and there is a tie to it and to the series these spin from, but it would also work fine as a standalone.
After the demise of her parent pleasing plans to make law partner, marry well, and live her mother’s idea of the perfect life, Toni impetuously opens her own law practice and signs up for an alien of her own so she can be happy and in love like her sister. Only, Toni’s perfect match gets his immigration canceled and now she has to try again.
But, Aton isn’t having that. He does an end around the system and presents himself to the woman he already knows is his mate. Just when he is so close to what he wants, the system catches up and Toni learns her alien is illegal and they might be separated for good.
Like with Darak, this one was a fun blend of humor, light and spicy romance, and a few suspenseful moments to complicate matters. The tasering misunderstanding cracked me up and I enjoyed the off world guy encountering confusing earth customs. Toni and Aton were fun together and I enjoyed how he taught her to loosen up and live a little. Her smarmy ex was troublesome, but it was fun to see how the girl power network took on that conniving jerk.
The couple from the next book were introduced and I got a good chuckle. I can see there is going to be more fun and feisty times ahead.
Aton was a quick and engaging read that will definitely delight light sci-fi romance fans.
My thanks to the author for the opportunity to read this book in exchange for an honest review.
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