Erin’s Alien Abductors


Erin Baker works at the same veterinarian clinic, her missing friends, Honey Potts and Rhiannon Lyons had worked at, until their disappearance months previously. She has been pulling long days to cover the missing women and is totally exhausted. She misses her friends and wants to know what has happened to them, but doesn’t think she will ever have an answer. As she makes her way to her car in the parking lot, she sees four bright lights speeding through the night, heading straight for her. She leans against her car as she watches the lights approach. The closer they come, the better she feels. She feels so warm and full of love and hope. She reaches towards the lights, then slips into unconsciousness. Jord, Biel, Tiem and Miga Xob need to convince their life’s spirit mate to join with them; so she will not enter into the grips of the mating fever. Once they have joined with Erin, she seems to withdraw within herself and her alien mates have no idea what to do. They are hoping her Earth female friends, living on planet Calt will be able to help their little mate. Just when everything seems to be sorted out, Erin is kidnapped by a rogue Caltese in the grips of the mating fever. Will they get to their mate in time? Or will the rogue alien kill Erin before her mates can rescue her?

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About Becky Wilde

I am an Erotic Romance E-Book Author. I write Explicit Erotic Romance within the Menage, Paranormal, Shapeshifter and Werewolf Genres. I am newly published with Solstice After Dark www.solsticeatnight.com and have my own website www.beckywilderomance.com
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