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Rescued By Tordin - Olodian Alien Warrior Romance #1 - cover

Rescued By Tordin - Olodian Alien Warrior Romance #1

Mychal Daniels

Publisher: Wise Mind Media

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Intelligent and focused, Kyra Simmons has her eye on the prize. She’s locked her sights on becoming the top technical engineer for the most prestigious space program back on Earth. That is, until her life and plans are turned upside down in an instant on board a maintenance Space Station.  
Stranded on the now failing Space station, Kyra needs a miracle to survive. She has no idea that the ‘foreign’ astronauts who show up to rescue her are out of this world—literally. 
Lord Tordin, Crown Prince of Olodia,  knows he’s outside of the mandates of the Intergalactic Alliance when he intercedes to rescue the survivors of the Earth space station. But there’s something or someone pulling him in.  
He’s not prepared for what he finds in the unassuming Earth female. Try as he might to stay away, the pull grows stronger and stronger to be with her. His mission depends on his ability to stay focused and be prepared but that’s almost impossible with Kyra in his thoughts and dreams. 
On the alien mother ship speeding away from Earth forever, Kyra’s biggest problem is not getting back to Earth; it’s how not to fall for this alien Warrior Lord who’s the actual man of her dreams.  
Can she find a way to realize her dreams of power and recognition now that she’s been rescued by Tordin?

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