Aurora Skies (Aurora) [NOOK Book]

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For Earth geologist Mallory Blain, permission to explore Aurora's alien geology represents the opportunity of a lifetime. Tasmin, Mallory's college roommate, is now consort to Aurora's Star Prince, who grants Mallory the unheard of chance to explore Aurora's rocks and minerals. There's only one problem: Mallory's escort, the sexy duke DeBaron, a warrior priest and the prince's cousin. The man hates humans and resents her intrusion...
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Aurora Skies (Aurora)

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Overview

Book Summary

For Earth geologist Mallory Blain, permission to explore Aurora's alien geology represents the opportunity of a lifetime. Tasmin, Mallory's college roommate, is now consort to Aurora's Star Prince, who grants Mallory the unheard of chance to explore Aurora's rocks and minerals. There's only one problem: Mallory's escort, the sexy duke DeBaron, a warrior priest and the prince's cousin. The man hates humans and resents her intrusion into his world's sacred mysteries. Worse yet, she'll be at his mercy in an alien wilderness for seven days.

Every rock on DeBaron's world is the womb of mother Aurora. Earth's analytical scientists have no concept of how mystical life is, or how to study his world with appropriate reverence. However, disobeying the Star Prince is not an option. DeBaron must keep the Earth woman from disrespecting his world while protecting her for an entire week in the wilderness.

When an alien rock-creature bites her hand, Mallory learns how real the mystical forces on Aurora are, and how much her body craves her protector. DeBaron knows there's only one way to save the foolish Earthling from the creature's bite -- sex, and lots of it. Together they will discover the secret of Aurora's mysteries may be a chemistry of their own.

Praise for Aurora Skies

"...two really fun and well written characters. Mallory and DeBaron also have great chemistry, both when they're disagreeing and when they're getting along, which leads to some great sex scenes. This really is a series I can't encourage you enough to read."
-- Five Hearts from Amy, The Romance Studio
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940014720625
  • Publisher: Changeling Press LLC
  • Publication date: 6/19/2012
  • Series: Aurora , #2
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 216,956
  • File size: 201 KB

Meet the Author

Ashlynn Monroe is a busy working mom. She loves her kids and family. Her greatest joy is creating stories to entertain others, and she hopes they bring a little more romance into the world. She's been writing since her teens for her own enjoyment but decided in her thirties to share her imagination with readers. Ashlynn enjoys biking, camping, reading, video games, and filling her home and life with love. If she's not working or chasing children, you can find her daydreaming up her next tale of romance.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 25, 2012

    Star Prince was great. This one was really good but I LOVED LOV

    Star Prince was great. This one was really good but I LOVED LOVED LOVED Star Prince. I'm going to read more by this author. I enjoyed both these books and I see she has a bunch more. Scifi rom is my favorite, but I might try a paranormal if they're as good as Star Prince!

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