Proposition

Proposition Geoffrey DeWinter and his wife Keirah live on a dying Earth The only refuge is an alien world that needs human women as mates only Keirah refuses to leave her husband to save herself Geoff decides to

  • Title: Proposition
  • Author: Beth D. Carter
  • ISBN: 9781771308595
  • Page: 198
  • Format: ebook
  • Geoffrey DeWinter and his wife Keirah live on a dying Earth The only refuge is an alien world that needs human women as mates, only Keirah refuses to leave her husband to save herself Geoff decides to bring them to an auction house that takes married couples, accepting that he will have to share her with another.Their shuttle is attacked by Xyran raiders looking for womeGeoffrey DeWinter and his wife Keirah live on a dying Earth The only refuge is an alien world that needs human women as mates, only Keirah refuses to leave her husband to save herself Geoff decides to bring them to an auction house that takes married couples, accepting that he will have to share her with another.Their shuttle is attacked by Xyran raiders looking for women and it s Keirah who defends them When Captain Krig sees Keirah looking like an angel come to life, he wants her The Alphan warrior wants her enough to accept her husband, thinking he will deal with Geoff in some way or another But when a vengeful Xyran comes after Keirah they have to take refuge on a wilderness moon, forcing them to work together to survive Is their love for Keirah enough to turn them into a family word count 29,525

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    1. I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.When I read the blurb for Proposition by Beth D. Carter, my curiosity was piqued. After all, it’s not typical for a ménage romance to begin with a happily married couple who then add a third. I wondered how Ms. Carter was going to make this trio work and would I find it believable. Fortunately for me, Ms. Carter did an amazing job and I not only bought these [...]

    2. This was a lot different to the others in as much as the heroine was already happily married before meeting her Alphan mate. I liked the way Beth managed to show how the two guys interacted with each other without making the whole story clichéd and sloppy. I hope that the Planet Alpha stories continue to be this good.

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