Megan's Men (Fated Mates of Mesta Series #1) by Tessie Bradford [NOOK Book]

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Megan Lynch has had a very bad year. Her husband took off with most of their assets and a twenty-year-old bimbo. She lost her job and has nowhere to live. Accepting a management position at a research facility on a distant planet was supposed to be the first step to a new start. But now her transport has been cancelled indefinitely. She’s stranded, exhausted, defeated and utterly pissed off.

Garfor, Rork and Loban came to Earth for a one-day ...
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Megan's Men (Fated Mates of Mesta Series #1) by Tessie Bradford

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Overview

Megan Lynch has had a very bad year. Her husband took off with most of their assets and a twenty-year-old bimbo. She lost her job and has nowhere to live. Accepting a management position at a research facility on a distant planet was supposed to be the first step to a new start. But now her transport has been cancelled indefinitely. She’s stranded, exhausted, defeated and utterly pissed off.

Garfor, Rork and Loban came to Earth for a one-day trading mission. Finding their woman alone and upset in the travel port is both a blessing and extremely upsetting. She is unfamiliar with their ways, and Garfor is forced to use deceit to get her onto their ship and off the planet. With only a few days to convince her she is destined to be theirs forever, all three men are more than willing to rise to the challenge.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940148760313
  • Publisher: Resplendence Publishing, LLC
  • Publication date: 8/26/2013
  • Series: Fated Mates of Mesta , #1
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 38,231
  • File size: 343 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 12, 2013

    First of all this was a wonderful SHORT story.....  In response

    First of all this was a wonderful SHORT story.....  In response to the previous review by anonymous if they did actually read the book the reason why they could understand and "speak" English is explained in the very beginning of the book. The fact that you gave this book two stars "mainly because the story shows up as 224 pgs. on my nook" is just down right stupid and gives future readers of this book the wrong impression. Tessie Bradford does some seriously wonderful world building in this SHORT story and hopefully will have more books set in this world! 

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 3, 2013

    Not very imaginative or convincing

    I really got bugged by the dialogue, the food, the sex. There was really no tension, none. Everyone convienently spoke English, the food on this lush, Earth like planet, was almost the same. There was just no distinction between planets which was boring. I guess Earth was still intact, no particular reason for interstellar exploration or mixing of species. No scary creatures, everyone was beyond friendly and welcoming. Relying on sex to spice up the story is ok if you know how to write a sex scene. The author played this so straight and safe I felt like there was really no purpose reading it. It's almost like the author ripped of an Eve Langlais story and thought by dropping all the tension and hot sex, it would be a new and unique story. I gave this story two stars mainly because the story shows up as 224 pgs. on my nook. Although, I believe it's actually less... the author managed to somehow stretch this story out with nothing exciting happening. I've read 50 pg. short stories with more going on than this. LOL

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