Come & Yeti
Come & Yeti
Upon seeing the crash, Heragthan rushes to the downed ship. He finds Elarna thrown from the ship and hears the Yetan guard approaching. He whisks her away and knows he can heal her. When she wakes up, Elarna is astonished to find a large hairy creature tending to her, but there is something about the gentle giant. And when they figure out how to communicate, he vows to help her rescue Alika. Before he can do that, Phillip finds them and is astonished that the Yeti can shift into a male just like him. Together, they storm the stronghold and save Alika. However, the only problem is they have to get off world without the Yetan guard capturing them. While struggling to keep her safe, Elarna falls for the alien who rescued her.
Together all four of them must face the hardships of escaping and all deal with exploring the growing feelings they have for one another.
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|Publisher:||Purple Sword Publications|
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About the Author
Crymsyn Hart is a bestselling author of Erotic Romance. Her worlds are filled with luscious vampires, gorgeous gods, quirky witches, and everything else that goes bump in the night. Hell, there is even a delicious cheesecake god floating around, but if I were you I wouldn’t eat his brownie cheesecake. Crymsyn worked as a psychic for many years in Boston while attending Emerson College. She graduated with a BFA in Writing, Literature, & Publishing. When she gets bored, she sneaks away to local cemeteries and coffee shops to find peace and quiet. Granted, graveyards might be a great place for the dead, but she still has to listen to their chattering. It can get annoying when all you want to do is write, but she can tell you quite a ghost story. Crymsyn shares her life with a small zoo, two playful puppies and her hubby Mark. If you come after dark, you’re more than likely to find her snuggled up with a gory horror movie, or a bloody vampire movie. Crymsyn has a collection of Living Dead Dolls and five bookshelves overflowing with books. Of course there's always room for more.