For Kristiana Latimer, the Fifth Annual Human-Other Summit creates more aggravation than hope for the future. As a security guard for the hosting hotel, her job requires that she remain civil and professional with the visiting dignitaries regardless of provocation. But the Summit has yet to address the many growing concerns of the nonhuman integration. And when Michael Zakhara, the mysterious Head Ambassador, requests that she serve as his human liaison, Kris’ civility and professionalism are tested to the limits.
Just as they acknowledge their growing attraction and begin to work together, Kris’ niece and nephew are kidnapped, along with a half-dozen other nonhuman children. Suspecting the head of the local hate group, the Human Purity League, and Kris’ former boss, the couple organizes a stunning array of humans and nonhumans alike to help search for the missing children.
As tensions rise, Michael and Kris succumb to their intense mutual attraction. Secrets are shared, and truths revealed. But the Summit only lasts a week. Will they have time to save the children, address the issues at hand, and accept that they have found their other half?
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About the Author
Elaina Roberts lives in in a small Alabama town with her extended family and an incredibly stupid dog. She has traveled various parts of Europe beside her (now) retired military husband and longs to return as a tourist. Though she enjoys exploring the many cultures outside the United States, she’s always glad to return to the intensely hot summers, mild winters, delicious sweet tea, and vast amounts of pristine woodlands of the Southeast.
She enjoys bending reality to her will, altering locations, history, and even mythology if it suits the storyline to do so. With so many fantastic creatures and beings populating her stories, she strives to make characters that are believable, no matter their race, and stories that the reader can connect to. Sometimes they contain dark content and sometimes the stories themselves are dark, but the world can be a dark place. It is in working through the darkness to find the light at the end that one finds the greatest rewards.