Grace Goodwin

The Commanders’ Mate

Commander Karter is a Prillon Warrior. His first duty is to protect his people, to defend the Coalition worlds from a fate too terrible to comprehend. Battle is his life. His heart. He fights. He has never once been selfish enough to believe he deserved an Interstellar Bride. Until he's matched at the worst possible time.

Astronomer Erica Roberts has always dreamed of seeing the stars. Volunteering as an Interstellar Bride is a win-win, not only will she be able to see the galaxy, but she's more than ready to take on the two alien warriors she's been promised. She's all in. But when she transports directly into the aftermath of a battle, she quickly learns this won't be an easy match. Her two commanders are torn between battling the Hive and battling their need for her.

If a new Hive weapon can destroy a Coalition battlegroup in the space of a single heartbeat, what will it do to Commander Karter's match? And how is he and his second supposed to keep their mate safe if they can't even save themselves?
194 printed pages
Original publication
2020

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    One woman. Two warriors. Two worlds. How will she choose?

    Miranda Doyle has spent months in the arms of a mysterious Trion doctor. His hands are skilled at more than just healing, but their casual “friends with benefits” arrangement isn’t enough for her. She wants it all, and the Interstellar Brides Program guarantees her not just a mate, but a perfect match.
    Jessica Araujohas quoted6 months ago
    spent several weeks on The Colony and my admiration for Earth females had only grown from interest to obsession. I wanted one for myself.

    The Hive’s interest in The Colony had been our main focus the last few months, until the Hyrad had been destroyed, and now the Varsten. The Hive had a new weapon, a game-changing, win the war and wipe out the entire Interstellar Coalition, weapon.

    I’d been sent here to find out what it was and how it worked, so we could stop it. All I’d done so far was get good warriors killed.

    I needed that probe. And I prayed to the gods there was valuable information contained on its database, something we could use to counter or destroy their new weapon.

    If not, we were doomed. And so were my old friend and his new bride.

    That was not acceptable to me. Knowing his bride would be arriving from Earth made me doubly determined to protect them both. No doubt she would be soft an
    Kandi Facisonhas quotedlast year
    growled. She licked her lips at my tone. I saw her shiver and knew it wasn’t from being cold. It hadn’t been

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