Thursday, June 22, 2017

REVIEW- Celeste and the Alien Bartender (Intergalactic Brides 8) By Jessica Coulter Smith #4stars

Zanar has made himself a home on Earth, where he owns Stardust Bar, popular with both aliens and humans. There's only one thing missing from Zanar 's life. Despite his best efforts to impress the human females he meets, he's still without a mate. At the age of twenty-six, it isn't dire for him to pair off and start a family just yet, but he's lonely and ready to settle down. The last thing he expects is for Celeste to come into his life and turn it upside down.

Celeste is back on Earth, after having been abducted by an alien race five years ago. She's spent those years as a slave on the planet Vaaden, where she had a precious daughter with her owner, Pynder. But when Pynder dies suddenly, his parents swoop in and snatch Sophie from Celeste's arms before banishing her from their world. Celeste will do anything to get her daughter back, but falling in love with a bartender -- or anyone else -- was never part of the plan.

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I have loved reading Jessica Coulter Smith's Intergalactic Brides Series and her latest book, "Celeste and the Alien Bartender" is the hottest one yet. Celeste is an ex sex slave who has been separated from her baby and sent back to Earth and a romance is the last thing on her list of priorities. Zanar owns a successful bar and isn't expecting to find his forever mate until Celeste ends up in his bar. What starts as a friendship deepens quite quickly into a hot romance. This book is a great read, I just wish it had been longer. It has a great plot and goes from sweet to RED HOT. 

RATING:  4 Stars 

Reviewed by: Nikki

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