The Sa Tskir Brothers Chronicles

The AbductionThe Abduction by Erin Durante

Samantha needed a break, and Las Vegas seemed like the perfect escape. After inheriting her father’s farm and being cheated on by her long-time boyfriend, she decided she needed a change to make her own destiny. She expected sooner or later Prince Charming would come along and sweep her off her feet.

She did not expect to be swept off to the stars… literally.

Abducted by a young alien who’s inexperience with anything female proves to be more than an inconvenience, Samantha’s days of house-arrest on a war torn planet are boring and dull.

Until her mate’s older brother comes home wounded from the war needing to recover from both physical and emotional wounds. An immediate attraction sparks between Samantha and this mysterious beast, and she struggles to balance her growing desires and her plans for escaping their alien world.

Then things start to heat up.

 


 

TheKeepingThe Keeping by Erin Durante

Carly is not crazy. At least that’s what she keeps telling herself after surviving a failed alien abduction and losing her best friend during a wild weekend in Vegas. When government officials smooth things over with a plausible explanation for the blackouts, Carly tries to put the event behind her.

But then Samantha returned home, bringing two of the aliens with her, and Carly’s world is turned upside down–again–when the younger brother’s affections are turned her way.

Krissik Sa Tskir is everything Carly had ever wanted in a man. Tall, handsome, strong as an ox and with a quick mind to match, Carly is more than happy to teach the naïve alien all the right ways to handle a needy Earth girl.

Then government forces from the alien planet arrive on Earth intent on greater destruction than their first invasion, bringing to light dark secrets from the brothers’ pasts, and questions of loyalty and motive that Carly cannot overlook.

Mind struggling and heart torn, Carly must decide her role in the oncoming battle, and whether a certain alien has a place in her future.