Ruby Dixon Bloodlust and insanity rule my existence. As a fierce drakoni warrior, this strange new world I find myself in eats at my mind until there is nothing left. There is no light or clarity . . . until she arrives. I save her life, plucking her from the sky.
From that point on, she is mine.
But the human I have chosen for my mate—Sasha—is fragile and wounded. She does not trust me and fears my presence. I will not give up, though. I will do anything to give her my fires and bond us both in body and spirit. How can I convince her that I want nothing more than her happiness if she will not let me touch her?
Ruby Dixon As a pirate, I tend to hang out with unsavory outcasts at the edges of the known universe. I'm used to running into thieves, assassins, and fugitives. It shouldn't surprise me to see a forbidden human female for sale in the tunnels of the space station, but I hate it.
When I see she's near death, I have to act. I buy her. She spits in my face. It's love at first sight. At least, it's love at first sight on my end.
I know it can never be, though, because I'm an ugly beast of an alien to her. The enemy. If only she knew just how many laws I'd be willing to break for one taste of her lips....
Ruby Dixon As a newcomer to the alien tribe, I've struggled to find my place. It might be because I'm a tad headstrong at times. And yes, I might have thrown a few things at people's heads. But I had a good reason to pitch a fit — my shy sister was stolen away right under my nose. Of course, now she's back and mated. Everyone's happy...except me.
I need...affection. Attention. Okay, I'm lonely. Really lonely.
Strangely enough, the only person that I think understands what I'm going through is the same blue-skinned brute that stole my sister. It's wrong to hook up with him, even as a mindless fling.
Except...I'm not so good with the whole "rules" thing. And he's not so great with the "fling" thing.
Ruby Dixon LOST You'd think being abducted by aliens would be the worst thing that could happen to me. And you'd be wrong. Because now, the aliens are having ship trouble, and they've left their cargo of human women—including me—on an ice planet.
FOUND And the only native inhabitant I've met? He's big, horned, blue, and really, really has a thing for me . . .
Ruby Dixon The ice planet has given me a second lease on life, so I'm thrilled to be here. Sure, there's no cheeseburgers, but I'm healthy and ready to be a productive member of the small tribe. What I didn't anticipate? That there'd be a savage stranger waiting nearby, watching me. And when he takes me captive, the unthinkable happens . . . I resonate to him.
Resonance means mating, and children . . . but I don't know if this guy's ever been around anyone before. He's truly a barbarian in all ways, right down to clubbing me over the head and claiming me as his own.
So why is it that I crave his touch and hunger for more?
Ruby Dixon Twelve humans are left stranded on a wintry alien planet. I'm one of them. Yay, me.
In order to survive, we have to take on a symbiont that wants to rewire our bodies to live in this brutal place. I like to call it a cootie. And my cootie's a jerk, because it also thinks I'm the mate to the biggest, surliest alien of the group.
Ruby Dixon When I wake up on the ice planet, I'm scared of everything: this place is cold, silent, and the locals look more like blue devils than aliens. To make matters worse, one of the strangers decides I'm going to be his girlfriend and kidnaps me away from my sister. I'm completely and utterly alone. What's a girl to do?
Well, this girl escapes.
Of course, that means I go from frying pan into the fire, and my situation gets even more dangerous. Just when I have no hope left, a new hero appears. Sure, he's blue, horned, and has a tail. He's also fierce, protective, makes me purr . . . and thinks I'm perfect.
But is what we have real or just a mating instinct?
Ruby Dixon "Resonance" is supposed to be a dream—that's when your soulmate is chosen for you. And everyone on the ice planet has hooked up with a big, hunky soulmate of their own . . . except me. So do I want a mate? Heck yeah. More than anything, all I've ever wanted is to be loved by someone.
Except that the soulmate chosen for me? My least favorite person on the darn ice planet. Haeden's the most cranky, disapproving, unpleasant, overbearing male alien . . . so why is it that my body sings when he gets close? Why is he working so hard to prove to me that he's not as awful as I think he is?
Ruby Dixon It's hard being the most popular girl on the ice planet. The alien men are falling all over themselves to impress me in the hopes that I'll take them to my furs. But they don't know my secrets—none of them do. And they don't realize that behind my smile, I just wish they'd go away.
I don't want any of them. I want someone else—someone with a gorgeous blue body, big horns, and the most intense gaze ever. He's the only one that knows the truth. Maybe with him, I can work through my fears of the past . . . but I'm pretty sure he wants more than just friendship.