Genres: Sci-Fi Romance
Published by Indie/Self Published
Released on March 22, 2021
Source: Free Book
She’s out to debunk an alien dating agency- pfft, aliens, please! And, he’s been sent on a mission to reverse the exodus of Dakonians to earth in search of mates after his own ill-fated would-be mating. How could it possibly not be a perfect match?
Krash is the seventh installment in the Dakonian Mail Order Brides series, but also crosses over as the fifth in the Alien Mates series. It could be read out of sequence, but I got a lot more out of it having read both series in order.
Krash thought he was the luckiest of Dakonians in that he was on the verge of a mating with one of the rare Dakonian women until he ends up accepting Enoki’s mission to go to earth and try to encourage mated Dakonians to return to the homeworld which would suffer in future if it lost too much of it’s population. He had no intentions of truly participating in the Intergalactic Dating Agency because he doesn’t plan to stay and he’s just been hurt badly by a female, but his first meeting with Cyan Blue makes that decision all the more difficult to hold to.
Meanwhile, Cyan Blue’s latest assignment for her job of debunking scammers and con artists has sent her to get to the bottom of the Intergalactic Dating Agency and this, haha, alien match up program. She was deceived and hurt by a man so is determined to prevent that for other women so happily puts up a profile and pretends to seek a match. But, wow, is this place good because they haven’t slipped at all. Finally, she gets a date with an ‘alien’ and she can start really investigating. Krash isn’t what she was expecting and, what if it’s all genuine??? But, he’s not staying, right?
I missed this series so I was delighted to discover one more story for both related series. Krash and Cyan were engaging characters and my heart went out to both of them right away. It was kind of funny seeing Cyan skeptical and in investigation mode at the alien bar and with Krash.
Like the rest of the series, these are light and sexy, but there are some wonderful layered background for both, solid conflict for them to overcome, and fabulous world building. Krash brought back all the wonderful reasons I loved both series and it was great to get a reunion with many previous romance pairs both on Dakon and earth. Definitely recommend for light, sci-fi romance fans.
Romance BINGO #32 Sci-Fi Romance
About the book
When a dating agency claims to match Earth women with extraterrestrials, fraud investigator Cyan Blue goes undercover as a client to expose the scam. She’s not interested in finding love and certainly not with a pretend alien!
With their planet suffering a critical lack of females, Dakonian men begin emigrating to Earth in search of mates. Concerned about the impact of the mass exodus, Krash joins a dating agency to gain passage to Earth so he can convince his fellow Dakonians to return home. As soon as he completes his assignment, he’s going back to Dakon. The last thing he desires is to mate with a human.
Two missions are about to collide in a perfect match.
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