Sinth Seeker by Pearl Tate
Teresa The last thing I need is a hot, drool-worthy one night stand! I just managed to break up with the loser I should have dumped ages ago, so I already know I’m not the best at saying no or ending things. But it’s time for me to plan for my future. As the Housing Coordinator on base, I’m sent to settle in new arrivals. During a routine walk through, I run into a man who’s easily the best looking I’ve ever seen. With dark hair and light piercing eyes, he catches me off-guard when he continues to relentlessly pursue me—despite my denial of interest in him. I’m ready to think about life after the military, so I want someone who can be around for the long haul. Definitely not another workaholic, and I know he will be reassigned and gone at any moment. For all I know--probably back to a wife and kids! I can’t let my heart get involved. Payak When your friends are all you have, every one counts. So, when one of my squad disappears, I make sure I’m first in line to follow up on the planet where he was last seen. Mavin’s like a brother to me, and after his last punishment by the Sinth Sovereignty, he needs to know we all care—so he doesn’t disappear forever. What I don’t expect to find, is an Earth female so alluring, it appears she can see right into my dimension. She can see me! Unfortunately, we’re called in for testing and notified that the Wen virus has appeared on Earth. Now, we’ve been split up and assigned to help find the source while trying to stop the disease from spreading across the globe. It’s more important than ever to find out if humans could be mating compatible, since phasing into our dimension means there’s a chance for the human species if we fail to stop the contagion. Will Teresa let me close enough to test our compatibility? What will it mean for the future of Earth if I fail? PLEASE NOTE: This SciFi Romance alien book contains Adult Language and Steamy Adult Bedroom Scenes. It is intended for 18+ Readers & Adults Only. It's part of a science fiction romance series but can be read as a standalone story with no cliffhangers!
Book Length: Novel - 150-320 Pages