(with a twist of science fiction or fantasy)
Suddenly a Bride
Rilo An comes from a world where there are no women, and what he longs for is a life mate: someone who will complete him, someone he can love who’ll love him back, someone who’ll ease the aching loneliness that haunts his life.
So he leaves his world, takes on the Earth name Chris West, and makes a payment to Star Systems Unlimited for a life mate. When he bonds with her, he thinks life can’t get any better. Except she was married before, and memories of her deceased husband still linger around her home. Will he find a place in her heart or will he have to become like her first husband in order to get her love?
From the moment Mark Tanner sees Lexie Rogers, he knows she’s destined to be his wife. There is only one problem: her fiancé. Mark knows she’s better off with him, but can he convince her of that before it’s too late?
Lexie’s mother has planned out her life for her. Living in the shadow of the older sister who never pleased her mother, it’s up to Lexie to be the daughter her sister never was. And now that includes marrying the man her mother selected for her. Then Mark comes along and turns her world upside down. Will she throw caution to the wind and run away with him? Or will she make the biggest mistake of her life and stay with her fiancé?
His Abducted Bride
All Sandy Davis wants is to forget about romance. Romance is for other people, not for her. She’s been rejected too many times and doesn’t want anything else to do with it. To escape, she writes an epic fantasy, picturing herself as the queen who rises against the threat of King Blackheart who is determined to conquer her kingdom.
Just as she’s going to write the ending where she kills him, he arranges it so that he takes her into the story. But he doesn’t abduct her so she’ll be his prisoner. His plan is to make her his wife and prove that he’s not the villain she’s made him out to be.