Karen’s Killer Book Bench: Mated To The Cyborgs (Interstellar Brides: The Colony Book 2) by Grace Goodwin

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Interstellar Brides: The Colony Book 2



FBI Agent Kristin Webster has spent the last eight years tracking and taking down the worst of humanity. She’s seen too much to believe she could ever trust a human man, but the promise of a perfect match through the Coalition’s Interstellar Brides Program has her settling into the testing chair to be matched to her alien mate. But her match isn’t a male from a distant planet, but two scarred Prillon warriors on the Colony. And when warriors begin to disappear, Kristin will take matters into her own hands.

Captains Hunt and Tyran have been waiting too long for a mate to allow her to risk her life chasing evil. But their defiant little human won’t listen. They are determined to tame her, claim her, keep her safe…no matter the cost.

Interstellar Brides: The Colony Book 2


Editorial Note: Edited for language.


Captain Tyran, The Colony (His new mate has just arrived via transport and is still unconscious.)

I heard footsteps, but didn’t look away from the fragile female. I couldn’t. I couldn’t even move, not until Hunt called my name.

With long strides, I closed the distance to my mate and knelt down beside her. She looked like she was asleep, but was she—

My fingers went to her pale neck, felt along the soft skin for her pulse, felt it sure and strong. Her hair was pale, a faint golden color and I wondered if her eyes would be fair and amber, like Hunt’s, or an exotic shade I’d never seen before. Her face was delicate, heart-shaped and beautiful with full pink lips and long lashes resting on high cheekbones. She was perfect. The most beautiful female I’d ever seen. I met Hunt’s pale gaze and the corner of his mouth tipped up. Was he laughing at me for checking her pulse?

Did I care?


A blanket appeared over my shoulder and I unfolded it, covered her and Hunt pulled his shirt free from underneath, donned it again as I lifted her carefully into my arms, the soft material protecting her modesty and also keeping her warm.

She was soft and curvy. While I couldn’t see much of her form beneath the blanket, I could feel her, the plush softness of her curves. I was eager to explore every part of her. My c*^* grew hard at her feminine scent.

No one would see her bare but Hunt and me. No one.

“Should we take her to the med station?” Hunt asked. “It’s standard on battleships for brides to receive a medical exam upon arrival.”

While I knew he was putting her wellbeing first, I found myself instantly possessive and I wanted no one, not even a doctor, to touch her. I understood the philosophy behind the exams. Most were concerned about fertility and injury during transport. The practice had become common hundreds of years ago, when transport was not so well perfected, and often, the trip through space would cause permanent damage to fragile females. But I didn’t care about breeding our mate, I only cared about bedding her. Pleasing her. Easing the loneliness and pain both Hunt and I knew too well.

She was mine. Mine. No doctor would touch her. No other should see her unconscious and vulnerable. I wanted to rip the governor’s eyes out for gazing upon her. I now understood what an Atlan felt like when his beast was upon him. Possessive. Protective. Unreasonable. I was being irrational, and I didn’t care.

Meet Author Grace Goodwin...

Grace Goodwin is an international bestselling author of Sci-Fi & Paranormal romance. Grace believes all women should be treated like princesses, in the bedroom and out of it, and writes love stories where men know how to make their women feel pampered, protected and very well taken care of. Grace hates the snow, loves the mountains (yes, that’s a problem) and wishes she could simply download the stories out of her head instead of being forced to type them out. Grace lives in the western US and is a full time writer, an avid romance reader and an admitted caffeine addict.


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All of Grace’s books can be read as STAND ALONE novels. Her Happily-Ever-Afters are always free from cheating because she writes Alpha males, NOT Alphaholes. (You can figure that one out.) But be careful…she likes her heroes hot and her love scenes hotter. You have been warned…


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Mated to the Cyborgs (Interstellar Brides: The Colony, book 2) is out now! SHARE or TWEET and post in comments – 2 winners – $50 gift card and a free ebook for both!

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4 Responses to Karen’s Killer Book Bench: Mated To The Cyborgs (Interstellar Brides: The Colony Book 2) by Grace Goodwin

  1. ELF says:

    Looks like another fun story. Sorry, I don’t use Twitter/FB or most of the other social media, but good luck with the new release!

  2. Karen Docter says:

    Good morning, Grace, and welcome back to Karen’s Killer Book Bench. Love the excerpt. Sounds like another fun story. 🙂 Thanks for sharing your new release with us today!

  3. Happy Book Birthday, Grace! Thanks, Karen, for the excerpt and opportunity. Shared on Facebook.

  4. Stacy Quackenbush says:

    I retweeted! :). and bought book 1… and accidently hit buy on a few other books lol:)

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