Going Green : Celestial Mates (Science Fiction Alien Romance)

Going Green : Celestial Mates (Science Fiction Alien Romance)

by Celia Kyle, Erin Tate
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Going Green : Celestial Mates (Science Fiction Alien Romance) 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
pammyl 1 days ago
Rhea was having a problem on earth with the department of population control she was at that time to marry, have kids or they would step in and any kids they wanted her to have she would only she didn't get to keep them. Yea that isn't happening so she ran to celestial mates they found her the perfect match only he us on Vialea. Erudan was more then he seemed, he was a warrior with royal blood but he is dishonored and doesn't think he is worthy for the little mate that shows up. Can the two of them trust each other and work together when danger comes? I love these characters. So much fun to read, it's got some mystery, lots of spice and a taste of danger . Syfy romance fans you will love this one. Voluntarily reviewed a copy and I honestly loved it.
Anonymous 2 days ago
Sometimes the greatest challenge to our happiness is ourselves. In this pice, the two main characters struggle is more emotional rather than external in the form of guilt for him and trust issues for her. Luckily they have proof by way of a biological imperative and an empathic-telepathic link that helps the couple with the communication gap. Once they ALLOW themselves to be loved everything else seems to fall into place. (How convient!) All in all a fun read. ** Read using my android and i-mac TTS for print impaired readers and wishing the nookfor desk-top/ web-app came with this feature standard, but B&N format is STILL better than amz, thanks.
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Anonymous 6 days ago
As always Ms. Kyle has written another amazing story that grabs you from the beginning and pulls you in. This a a GREAT quick read and well worth the $