Taken to Lemora
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Taken to Lemora by Elizabeth Stephens

12/19/2021

Raingar
My horns itch and I hate it. I’m a Lemoran clan chief and I hate that I’m being forced to schmooze with the other Quadrant dignitaries.

Looking for a way out, I run into flesh peddlers. Pagh! I hate flesh peddlers and I’m not interested in what they’re selling!

Until I see her…

Half human, Essmira’s soft, and I hate that she’s so easy to break. I hate that her beauty makes my horns and heart both ache. And most of all, I hate that she has no idea that she’s my mate.

Essmira
A female must always smile. She must always aim to please. She must always obey.

A pleasure female, that’s what I’ve spent my whole life training to be. Now that I’ve been purchased by a Lemoran clan chief, I’m more than happy to please him. But his pleasure might be out of my reach.

Because he doesn’t want me to be a pleasure female anymore. He wants me to be…me.


Taken to Lemora is a full length (85k word) SciFi alien romance that features one grumpy alien and a hybrid human female just discovering freedom and eager to grab it by the horns. Literally. Lemora is the not-too-distant neighbor of Voraxia and while this book cameos a couple familiar faces, it focuses on a new couple in a new constellation and can easily be read as a standalone.

Genre:
In general, Science fiction or sci-fi, or SF, is a science fiction genre that generally deals with creative and innovative concepts like innovative Science and technology, space exploration, time travel, parallel universes, and extraterrestrial life. Sci-fi books take readers on experiences from faraway galaxies to underwater worlds and anywhere in between, introducing them to otherworldly technologies and characters on the way. So if you are searching for books written by focusing on Science and technology, you must add sci-fi to your reading list as this genre gives you a deep read with a wide range of books.

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