What do you do when your planet runs out of women? Send for takeout, of course.
Joran, Crown Prince of Pyros, needs to claim his mate in order to ascend to the throne one day. The problem? His destined mate isn't on Pyros.
When a galaxy-wide search uncovers a backwater world full of potential mates for Joran and the other unmated males on his planet, plans are set in motion and Star-Crossed Dating is created. Now, the first wave of men are on their way to claim their unsuspecting brides. Joran's mission: Go to Earth, claim his mate and bring her back to Pyros. How hard could it be?
This book contains a redheaded barista who doesn't believe in aliens, and a prince who is used to getting anything he wants without having to work for it…until now.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
It is a first book in this series. Was not happy that book was $2.99 for 70 pages. It was a iittle steamy, not enough depth into the characters, and it was an okay read, Just too quick.****
This is a fun and sexy fairytale from out of space. Three friends (earth women) are tired of dating trolls so they agree to give a new dating app a try. This is Maggie’s story. Maggie is a barista just getting by. When the hot hunk that wanders into the shop at closing time turns out to be her date she is suspicious. Maggie proves to Joran that not all earth girls are easy but she is worth everything he has to do to make her his queen.
I was given an Advanced Review Copy, by the author, in return for a honest review. This novel, first in the Star-Crossed Alien Mail Order Brides series, was an entertaining, quick read. Has a well formed plot and developed characters. Loved the unfolding chemistry between Prince Joran and Maggie. Overall, a nice take on a galactic mail-order-bride romance. I can not wait to read about the other couples! - Sarah