Tuesday, April 19, 2016

Intergalactic Brides 5: Hazel and the Alien Biker by Jessica Coulter Smith #SciFi

Kicked off his home world after losing his mate, Reyvor has made a place for himself on Earth, spending his afternoons drinking and his nights cruising the streets on his Harley. But all of that is about to change. A commotion outside of his motel room just may turn out to be his saving grace. 

Hazel has lost everything, but she'd do it all again if it meant escaping the abusive boyfriend who liked to beat on her three girls and herself. Dumpster diving has never been her favorite thing to do, but she doesn't have a penny to her name and her girls are starving. But when she's caught, something miraculous happens. 

Reyvor knows right away that the petite woman with the large blue eyes needs him. When he hears that this little ragtag family hasn't eaten in days, he convinces Hazel to accept a warm meal and a place to stay for the night. The girls warm his heart and remind him of what he once wanted out of life. Is it too late to start over? 

Hazel is hesitant to trust anyone again with her heart, but Reyvor is determined to make her his. What's an alien to do when all he wants is a loving family to call his own? He'll break down her defenses one by one, until she melts against him and begs for his kiss. But can he claim the feisty Hazel without completely losing his heart to her?

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RATING: 4 Stars 

All that was missing from this was John Travolta and Olivia Newton John singing the soundtrack. "Hazel and the Alien Biker" Intergalactic Brides book 5 was so good I had to read it a second time. The only critism I had was that it ended too soon. Hazel has not only left a dead beat ex but an abusive one and she shares the plight of a lot of mothers-she's homeless with mouths to feed. Her three girls mean everything to her and right when things can't get any worse an alien comes to her and her girl's rescue. Reyvor had a mate and lost her to cancer before their relationship could even blossom. He's been banned from his home world and he's resorted to drinking his sorrows and seeing solance in a good ride on his Harley. Then he meets up with a woman and three little girls that steal his heart from the minute he lays eyes on them. What started as a good deed grows into something much more. Hazel and Reyvor are equally matched emotionally and that is what makes their story even more endearing. This was a sweet, romantic, and sensual story.

Reviewed by: Nikki

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