My name is Madison Altman. Don't think because I've disguised myself as a man and have accepted a job that takes me away from Earth that I'm running away from love. That's not true. I met the love of my life--but he was killed on our wedding day.
Chaperoning crazy women traveling to Dakon to become the mail order brides of aliens is just a way to pay the bills. Unfortunately, on this latest assignment, the ship returned to Earth without me! Luckily, Enoki came to my rescue. He might be hot, and sexy as hell with his gravelly voice and throbbing horns, but he believes I'm a man, and we're friends, not lovers. That's how I want it. That's how it has to be. As soon Enoki can get me a flight to Earth, I'm leaving this frozen planet for good.
I'm Enoki, leader of Dakon. For the longest time, whispers in the wind told me my Fated mate was coming. Whispers turned to shouts when the recent shipment of females arrived, but none of them were mine. I must accept the Fates were wrong. I'll never get a mate.
My purpose now is to help the stranded Earth man return to his home planet. Even though Madison is a Terran, we've developed a strong bond. I know I'll miss him, but because we're friends, I intend to do everything I can to help him leave.
Why do the whispers tell me not to let him go?
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Alien Mischief is a standalone read in the Alien Mate series.
Another great book about the Mail Order Brides going to Dakon to find a mate. Madison Altman was posing as a man escorting the females to Dakon, she did so to prove that the women were just being used. Madison had been engaged and on the day of her wedding her fiancé was killed in a car crash. Enoki was the leader of the Dakonians and wished for a bride of his own but hadn’t drawn a chit for himself. He had become friends with Madison and when she was near the fates whispered she’s here but he thought he was going crazy . Then the truth comes out that Madison is a human female and Enoki’s fated mate . Read and find out what happens when everything comes out. I really enjoyed this book.55
Awful book, it was a waste of reading time15
Disguised as a man on a bet, Madison fields a lucrative position escorting new brides to Dakon. Hiding from life in plain sight. Soon, life hits her with the force of a Dakonian blizzard. Enoki and Madison are both rather confused about what’s going on, and what the attraction between them means. Madison seems full of hanky-panky in this book; some of it could get her in big trouble. Fortunately for her, Enoki is tuned in and comes to her rescue. Again. I adore Enoki! He a great leader, makes good decisions, bests his opposition, and follows where the fates guide him. He and Madison make a splendid match once she makes up her mind. The ending is seriously satisfying. I love it!55