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The past and future collide, and as passions ignite, mission and mating take a turn for the dangerous.

Nina's stomach growled audibly as she shuffled in flip-flops and jammies from her little casita—correction, her parents' backyard casita—past the pool—super blue sky overhead, red rock mountains soaring—and into the main house to grab some quick breakfast. "Morning, honey," her dad said from the breakfast table where he was squinting at his laptop.

Not to mention the aliens who knew the vortexes as wormholes and used them to jump distances in space. "Got to get ready." And she let herself out the back door again to shuffle back to the casita; this time, her heart a thousand pounds heavier. Leif's constant bad mood seemed to darken—maybe his attitude had been baked into him with his mad fighting skills—but he made for the little house.

The aliens were an open secret to area locals, but most of the rest of the world were in the dark about the space invaders among them. Exactly how bad of a daughter was she to make them worry? She glanced over her shoulder toward her parents' place before ducking inside after him.

Her dad looked up over the laptop screen at her, a scruffy brow raised. Local usually meant something to do with the aliens. Because they'd known she was meant for the stars just as long as she had. And that was just for hoping to go into space, not actually doing it. Today, he was out of his stuffy uniform and sigh-worthy in jeans, a big belt buckle, a tight black tee, and cowboy boots.

"They're good for it," she argued back as she grabbed the orange juice. Of course, Raider would be more inclined to steal the cash or try to pay in fudge, but Sophia would take care of it. There were few places on Earth that had as many as Sedona. They still had her grade-school drawings of her holding hands with an alien next to a saucer-shaped UFO. She took a sip of her OJ, but she'd brushed her teeth already so the taste was super bitter. A strange buzz in her nerves had her attention swinging to the right just in time to see a big man vault over the concrete wall that surrounded her parent's property and land silently on otherwise crunchy-loud pink gravel.

Leif is an emissary to Earth on a mission to find a human bride for his Leader.

Nina wants to find an alien mate so she can dive into the deep black of space and explore other worlds among the stars. " She debated reaching for her mobile phone to call for help.

She doesn’t expect a Leif from the future to stagger into her life with a message: not only is he her mate, but he must also use his skills as an assassin, his function during the last intergalactic war, to save the people of Earth. His skin was just a little too gold to be straight up...human.

Looked like the vacation rentals spreadsheet, which he tended mercilessly. She had no reason to care about him beyond human decency, but she found herself seriously worried.

Sedona was a big tourist draw—the Red Rock Mountains were spectacular for hiking, but there were also the vortexes that lured wellness-seeking people with their peace and energy. She put a finger to her lips—quiet; no need to worry Mom and Dad even more—and pointed toward the casita. The whole effect made him seem like a stranger, and even more unsettling, was the feeling blooming in her chest. She decided to go light in tone since he seemed so uneasy.

"My friends are still staying in the Larkspur house," Nina said as she hit the fridge. "And I'll get on that contract for the Larkspur house." She'd never leave without telling them. There was every possibility that she could travel back to Sedona from...wherever faster than if she were moving to, say, Japan. Until now, the only opportunity to get out there that she could find was through the dating agency, where she'd get to know an alien here on Earth and become his mate, or even riskier, agree to be an intergalactic mail order bride, just like during the westward frontier expansion..this time into a decidedly freakier frontier. On a scale with a basic wild child on one end and, say, an international arms dealer on the other, where did she fall? He'd already moved to the other side of the room, facing her, but braced as if he were holding up the wall behind him.

Nina wants to find an alien mate so she can dive into the deep black of space and explore other worlds among the stars. " She debated reaching for her mobile phone to call for help. She doesn’t expect a Leif from the future to stagger into her life with a message: not only is he her mate, but he must also use his skills as an assassin, his function during the last intergalactic war, to save the people of Earth. His skin was just a little too gold to be straight up...human. Looked like the vacation rentals spreadsheet, which he tended mercilessly. She had no reason to care about him beyond human decency, but she found herself seriously worried. Sedona was a big tourist draw—the Red Rock Mountains were spectacular for hiking, but there were also the vortexes that lured wellness-seeking people with their peace and energy. She put a finger to her lips—quiet; no need to worry Mom and Dad even more—and pointed toward the casita. The whole effect made him seem like a stranger, and even more unsettling, was the feeling blooming in her chest. She decided to go light in tone since he seemed so uneasy. "My friends are still staying in the Larkspur house," Nina said as she hit the fridge. "And I'll get on that contract for the Larkspur house." She'd never leave without telling them. There was every possibility that she could travel back to Sedona from...wherever faster than if she were moving to, say, Japan. Until now, the only opportunity to get out there that she could find was through the dating agency, where she'd get to know an alien here on Earth and become his mate, or even riskier, agree to be an intergalactic mail order bride, just like during the westward frontier expansion..this time into a decidedly freakier frontier. On a scale with a basic wild child on one end and, say, an international arms dealer on the other, where did she fall? He'd already moved to the other side of the room, facing her, but braced as if he were holding up the wall behind him. Sophia and her alien supersoldier hottie, Raider, aka Stone, had been living there while Sophia went back and forth to the hospital to visit her brother Alex, who had recently been released and was now living with them. "You'll make sure to tell us all about it," her dad put in. That meant no blasting off without talking to them about it. Because she thought she was closer to the wild child, but she felt like total scum. Yet another of the alien supersoldiers—grown in pods to fight for some Pact army or something. She wasn't clear on the particulars of their background; she'd have to get the deets from Sophia. He was also hot as hell—whatever DNA soup had been in those pods was primo—but, too bad, so sad, he seemed to barely tolerate her presence whenever she was around Sophia and Raider.