As one of the few humans stranded on the ice planet, I should be happy that I have a new home. Human women are treasured here, and one alien in particular has made it clear that he wants me. It’s hard to push away the sexy, flirtatious Aehako, when all I want to do is grab him by his horns and insist he take me to his furs.
But I’ve got a terrible secret – the aliens who abducted me are back, and thanks to the translator in my ear, they can find me. My presence here endangers everyone… but can I give up my new life and the man I want more than anything?
4 My Mate Stars
Book 3 done and I loved Aehako. He was very different from the heroes from the previous books. He was boyish and flirtatious and the sweetest to Kira.
The book begins with Kira sleeping in the bachelorette cavern and because of the shell in Kira’s ear, she can hear EVERYTHING. So during the night, she hears most couples engaging in sexual activities. Although she is happy for her fellow human captives, she feels rejected because her Khui hasn’t resonated with any of the aliens.
Aehako hasn’t resonated with anyone but wants to spend time with Kira. Still, she doesn’t want to start something and then end up heartbroken when his Khui decides to resonate with one of the human females or another female alien.
Because of the shell in her ear, she hears when her captors are on their way back to the ice planet to pick up the cargo, to pick up the humans. She’s afraid that they are going to be able to track her down through her ear device and decides to travel back to the Elders cave, where she hopes to be able to surgically remove the shell.
There was other woman drama in this book, which was very different from the other two where there was no OW drama. Asha, who is resonated with one of the males, comes onto Aehako, and it was kind of annoying. (view spoiler)
Overall, I liked their relationship; my favorite scene was when Aehako gave Kira her courting gift. It was hilarious!