Spotlight Indie Romance: Aliens & Shifters

Indie author Susan Hayes writes space aliens with a paranormal twist. The Drift series features cyborgs, shifters, and some non-human heroines where one alpha male is good, and two is better. The first volume is free, and although not the strongest in the series, they should be read in order. Star-crossed mail-order brides blends aliens-need-brides with fated-mates and a bit of magic. Both series blend action and adventure with romance, making for quick enjoyable reads.

When it comes to love, sometimes the best bet is to double down. Kit and Luke Armas are cyborgs created for one purpose, battle. Now that the war is over, they must fight to carve out a place for themselves in a universe they were intended to die for but never be a part of. Cargo pilot Zura Watson came to the edge of civilized space to start over. The Drift is a haven for the hunted, the lost, and those seeking second chances. It was also the last place in the cosmos Zura expected to find love.

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What do you do when your planet runs out of women? Send for takeout, of course. Joran, Crown Prince of Pyros, needs to claim his mate in order to ascend to the throne one day. The problem? His destined mate isn’t on Pyros. When a galaxy-wide search uncovers a backwater world full of potential mates for Joran and the other unmated males on his planet, plans are set in motion and Star-Crossed Dating is created. Now, the first wave of men are on their way to claim their unsuspecting brides. Joran’s mission: Go to Earth, claim his mate and bring her back to Pyros. How hard could it be? This book contains a redheaded barista who doesn’t believe in aliens, and a prince who is used to getting anything he wants without having to work for it … until now.

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