Alien Warrior's Secret (Warriors of the Lathar, #9)

Alien Warrior's Secret (Warriors of the Lathar, #9)

by Mina Carter

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Being captured by aliens is better than being sent home…

Fighter pilot Randy Rivers always has had a sassy mouth. This time though, it's not her mouth but her temper that lands her in trouble and given her marching orders home. That and apparently slamming a superior officer's face into a table is a no no. Even if the guy is a misogynistic asshole. And groped her. Faced with the prospect of going back back to over-crowded earth with it's slum-cities, she takes a high-stakes, off the book mission into the heart of enemy territory.

When things go sideways, she expects to end up as a prisoner of war, not holed up and kept secret from every one else on the ship by the sexiest alien guy. One who's determined to prove that enemies can make the best lovers…

Sometimes love can be found in the most unexpected of places… like under a seating rack.

Riis K'Vass knew humans could be unpredictable and, frankly, insane, but even he didn't expect them to try and sneak onto a heavily armed and armored warship, filled with a small army. They did though, and were easily captured. But, the numbers don't add up, and Riis realizes that they're missing one human. A female hiding in the tiniest of spaces, easily missed with how tiny human women are. A female who takes his breath away with her beauty and makes him smile with her stubbornness and intelligence.

Just a few days. At least, that's what he tells himself. If he can keep her secret for long enough to get himself some mating marks and bond her to him, then they'll never be able to take her away from him.

But jealous eyes are always watching and a warship is no place for keeping secrets. Especially where rare and coveted females are concerned. When Randy is discovered, Riis must fight for his life and a chance at a life with his little mate. Because mating marks don't do a warrior any good if he's dead…

Product Details

BN ID: 2940156561964
Publisher: Mina Carter
Publication date: 08/27/2019
Series: Warriors of the Lathar
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 3,750
File size: 740 KB

About the Author

Mina Carter was born and raised in Middle Earth (otherwise known as the Midlands, England). After a slew of careers ranging from logistics to land-surveying she can now be found in the wilds of Leicestershire with her husband, daughter and a cat who moved in and never left.

Suffering the curse of eternal curiosity, Mina never tires of learning new skills which has led to Aromatherapy, Corsetry, Chain-maille making, Welding, Canoeing, Shooting, and pole-dancing to name but a few.

A full-time author and cover artist, Mina can usually be found hunched over a keyboard or graphics tablet, frantically trying to get the images and words in her head out and onto the screen before they drive her mad. She's addicted to coffee and Dairy-lea cheese triangles.

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Alien Warrior's Secret (Warriors of the Lathar, #9) 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous 3 months ago
This was such a cute short story and loved how it was written. Most short stories feel rushed and feel like missing bits to it but this was good for me.
KarmelRead2665 12 months ago
Rii's Deserved Better I really love this series and this book but I will be honest that it ended way too quickly.. I was really getting into the story expecting to get updated on some of the previous characters and too find out more on peace talks. Admittedly the author would not know of my expectations as she is not a mind reader. I will say that Rii's deserved a longer story.. I won't stop reading this series or reviewing because I love the K'Vass Lathar world.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Not enough drama. Needs more time to develop their relation ship. I loved this series but am disappointed in this book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great read ... just too short