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    Love Conquers the Beast!

    Tamed by the Beast is book 7 in the Interstellar Brides series. Tiffani feels she is fat and has nothing keeping her on Earth and volunteers for the Brides program. She is mated to Commander Deek from Altan. Just as she is being transferred she learns that Deek is in the last stages of Mating Fever and is to be executed. Tiffani is not a quitter and she insists on being transferred to Altan to help Deek. She is sneaked into prison and Deek’s Beast recognizes her as his mate and she saves Deek. Unfortunately Deek’s cousin wants him dead so he manages to have Deek come in contact with a banned drug RUSH which again brings on Mating Fever symptoms. When Tiffani and Deek’s friends realize he was drugged they set a trap with her as bait. Grace writes a hot steaming romance with an interesting suspenseful plot. Her characters are well developed and likable. I loved Tiffani and Deek together and am so glad I purchased this book. I am really enjoying the Altan/Beast storylines. I look forward to reading the rest of this series.
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    Love the Interstellar Bride Program

    I am extremely glad that the author has given us another Atlan warrior. I did not think I would like any couple as much as Dax and Sarah from Mated to the Beast (we get to see them again in this book) but found that Deek and Tiffani were just as intriguing. Of the different warriors in the Interstellar Bride program, I find that I like the Atlans the best and Deek most of all (but those poor warriors in the Colony may win my affections when their stories are told). I love how the author turned this book into an intrigue (even if it was blatantly obvious). The story grabbed my attention and kept me entertained the whole way through. I am looking forward to more Interstellar Brides (still waiting for the Warden to get her HEA).

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