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|Book Name:||Ukuri: An Alien Conqueror Romance|
|Series||Blades of Arris #5|
|File Type:||PDF/ePub (Downloadable)|
|PDF Size:||1.68 MB|
|ePub Size||500 KB|
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I fell in love with the bad guy.
His grin is as frigid as his collection of shiny scalpels, and he can’t wait to wield them on me.
Stupid scientist, the joke is on you.
I’ve been trying to rid myself of this disease for a very long time. Scars may or may not be visible, depending on their location.
You, alien cold, have been my salvation.
What’s up with the hesitancy in those sparkling blue eyes?
One must assume the role of the antagonist who ultimately emerges victorious. I am an ordinary individual, similar to yourself.
Is the information provided accurate?
Take me through your maze.
The trial can now begin. *** Unique alien shapeshifters, raging passion, and doomed lovers who risk everything to be together are all included. This complete, self-contained, epic happily-ever-after can be read independently of the prior novels in the series.
Causes of Death Suicide, Self-Injury, or Serious Accident
About The Author Starla Night
Starla Night entered the world at 12:01 a.m. on a sweltering July night. She loves the outdoors and regularly goes on long walks, scuba dives, and ocean swims without clothes. At Starla Right, she pens stories about dragon-shifter billionaires and alpha merman-shifters that are sure to make your skin crawl.
Ukuri: An Alien Conqueror Romance Book Summary
A pirate raid on her ship results in her capture by an Arri san warship, where she is held until Science officer Ukuri releases her to his superiors. While he is intrigued by Naomi and wants to learn more about her so that he can figure out how the lus trell works on her, he is content to do what he can without killing her, and the two of them live together happily for almost a year before the head of the Science Centre on Arris discovers his secret and orders him to stop taking samples. There’s a conflict going on with the Eru visan, who think the lessers belong to them. There exists a greater complexity beyond initial observations. The narrative is captivating, and the characters exhibit an enjoyable presence. Higher Education Act (H.E.A.) I lacked the inclination to peruse the text; however, I proceeded to do so anyhow. I willingly volunteered to compose a review.