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Infala: Bonded to the Enemy

(The fourth book in the Mark of the Infala series)
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Being the prisoner of a massive, surly alien was bad. Forced to wear his brand? Even worse. But to actually become bonded to him? That was a whole new level of wrong… Or was it?

Shalia had survived her abduction from Earth by the Raxxians, along with emerging from their unexpected crash landing on an alien world, miraculously unscathed. But to make it through all that only to wind up being captured and taken prisoner by an entirely different sort of alien? That just added insult to injury, and the circumstance made her hate her captor even more. And judging by his angry stares, it seemed Commander Valin despised the inconvenient human female as much as she loathed the alien leader.

But the universe has been known to have one hell of a sense of humor, and even the highest of tensions between the fiercest of enemies could, on rare occasion, flip on a dime in the right circumstances. The results could be most spectacular, but along with them a whole new sort of problem would arise. One that could put both their lives in jeopardy just as things started to get interesting.

Genre: Paranormal Romance

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