Moonlight on Water by Kate Hill
(Alien Affairs, Book Two)

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Moonlight, a translator at an interrogation facility, has a dilemma. Her mother has been imprisoned on Laetez and in order to free her, Moonlight must strike a bargain with the feared military leader, Xenos Nineteen. Posing as an escort, she meets Xenos in his private rooms, prepared to do whatever it takes to rescue her mother. In spite of her hatred for Xenos, Moonlight finds herself singed by need for the alien crossbreed. His looks, savage yet irresistible, terrify her and fill her with lust.Xenos is hardened against emotions such as love, but something about Moonlight draws him in. He indulges his passion for the lovely human female in every way, but is too jaded to realize his feelings for her run far deeper than sexual. When Xenos turns outlaw to fight for the rights of crossbreeds, Moonlight becomes a key member of the rebellion and the willing mate of the man considered the worst villain in the galaxy. But can they make it work against all odds?

About Kate Hill

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KATE HILL is a gourmet chef who teaches cooking classes internationally and runs culinary tours on her 75-year-old Dutch barge in the Gascony region of France.
Published November 1, 2009 by Ellora's Cave Publishing Inc. 414 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction, Erotica. Fiction

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