Zhiruto

Zhiruto

by Tamsin Ley
Zhiruto

Zhiruto

by Tamsin Ley

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Overview

Officer Lora Griffin only volunteered for the alien dating auction to help raise money for the animal shelter—she has no interest in kissing little green men. But when her date dissolves into a puddle of goo, she's thrown into an investigation with a new partner who isn't slimy or tentacled—he's seven feet of solid blue muscle, and it's hard to remain focused under his panty-melting stare...


Zhiruto is hot on the trail of an interstellar assassin, and the last thing his people need now are diplomatic blunders. To help avoid cultural misunderstandings, he enlists the assistance of a sharp-tongued, captivating human female who appears to have the ear of the local authorities. But as he and Lora work together on the case, he finds himself drawn towards the fiery female for more than just help. He wants her.


The problem is, she wants nothing to do with him. Can he break down her walls and ignite the sparks between them before duty calls him back to his home planet?


Filled with humor, heart, and plenty of heat, this story will tickle the funny bone of readers who enjoy their science fiction with a generous side of laughter and love.


Product Details

BN ID: 2940162553229
Publisher: Twin Leaf Press
Publication date: 10/07/2021
Series: Kirenai Fated Mates (Intergalactic Dating Agency) , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
Sales rank: 66,915
File size: 551 KB

About the Author

Tamsin Ley builds worlds full of sexy heroes who don’t know they need a mate - that is, until they meet the woman they can’t resist. The romance is sizzling hot, a surprise twist waits around every corner, and there will always be a happily-ever-after. She has published over twenty science fiction and romance titles. She also loves horticulture, cooking, and is a secret zombie prepper. When she can’t find her glasses, it’s usually because they are on top of her head.
Learn more about her at www.tamsinley.com
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