Keecha (Rathier Warriors #1)

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They were left there to die, not to find love...

Dr. Alice Tanner is used to being ostracised. Sure, she's smart, but would it kill the universe to let things go her way for once? The other scientists in her elite research group never hesitate to give her a hard time. It's a pretty typical day then, when Alice and her group are abducted and dumped on a terrifying prison planet. Even that might not have been so bad, until she's found by a sexy but cocky alien who practically makes her his prisoner...

Commander Kecha Thornax is fierce, strong, and brave, but his animalistic desires are awakened by the peculiar human female. Everything about her is different, from her personality to her slight, fragile, arousing body... Kecha vows to protect her from the dangers of the prison planet and makes up his mind to claim Alice once and for all...

Their temptations on the prison planet risk their lives, so Kecha swears off his desires until they are in a safe place. He promises to take her to Earth, but now that she has been claimed, there is no way he will let her go... even if that means stooping to deception and risking everything!

Keecha is the first book in the Raither Warriors Standalone series. All books in this page-turning Sci Fi Alien Abduction Romance can be read as standalones, there are no cliffhangers, and happily ever afters are guaranteed!

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