The Roswell Affair

The Roswell Affair

by Anne Bordeaux

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The Roswell Affair by Anne Bordeaux

The Dirty Bits from Carina Press give you what you want, when you want it. Designed to be read in an hour or two, these sex-filled micro-romances are guaranteed to pack a punch and deliver a happily-ever-after.

Roswell, New Mexico


Seven feet tall. Dark skin. Blue luminescent tattoos. Do they cover his entire body?

Katharine Leigh Parker’s orders are the last things on her mind when she sees him. She went from fetching coffee to communicating with an honest-to-god alien in barely a day. But this was no little green man.

First contact happens right there with him—Breccon Tallel—still chained to the table, their fated bond overshadowing her analytical mind. Her duty.

Breccon promises Katharine pleasures unlike any she’s experienced if she frees him. The scientist in her weighs the risks. The human fears the unknown. But the desire—the need—in her knows she’ll give in to whatever Breccon asks.

For those times when size does matter. The Dirty Bits from Carina Press: Quick and dirty, just the way we like it.

This book is approximately 15,000 words

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781488089251
Publisher: Carina Press
Publication date: 11/13/2017
Series: First Contact , #1
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 220,543
File size: 748 KB

About the Author

Anne Bordeaux was born and raised in New Orleans, Louisiana, where she developed a love of food, music, and romance. She now lives in London, England, where she spends her days writing, taking long walks, and wishing she had a dog to take with her on long walks. 

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The Roswell Affair 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Kindle_Loving_Mom More than 1 year ago
This one was just ok for me. It's a brand new author, and I loved the idea of the story, but the execution of it left me a little unfulfilled. Apparently there will be a 2nd book, about the same couple, so perhaps I'll feel it's a little more finished, if I read that one as well. In 1947, Roswell, New Mexico, at Area 51, Katharine Parker is out of her depth. She's a military nurse, and she's seen war, and it's affects. She's also a scientist, and not much surprises her anymore. But what she saw flying through the sky the other night truly shocked her. She reported it to her superiors, and the next thing you know, she's headed to a black site for a secret project. She has no idea what she'll encounter, or how she'll handle what she finds. But, she's excited to learn. Breccon Tallel is a warrior prince of his planet. There is a massive sickness back at home, and he's been sent to retrieve a scientist to help them find a cure before more of his people perish. He's not expecting to find his compatible pair-mate on Earth, or that she might be the scientist he's been looking for. Katharine has an instant interest in her "subject" that goes far beyond what it should, in her role as a scientist. Their chemistry is immediate, and their sexy times have the added benefit of allowing shared language. But, Katharine can't imagine a future where their relationship goes beyond the here and now. He has to convince her what they can become. The pace of the story was quick, and the story was short, but that is to be expected in this new Dirty Bits collection from Carina Press. I liked both characters well enough, though it seemed some of the situations were pretty outlandish, even for the strange circumstances they were in. Something about the start of their relationship just didn't quite ring true for me. I'm not sure if I'm interested in continuing on with the story. The book has a HFN, but it will apparently go on in book 2. If it's finished with book 2, I will likely read it. If it's going to go on beyond that, I don't think I'm invested enough in the characters to continue.