She's as alien to him as he is to her.
Semeera needs a plan for starting her life over. After divorcing a controlling husband, she’s ready to enjoy freedom at last. Too bad she gets abducted by aliens before she can decide her next move.
Captain Kader is an alien warrior trapped in a dead-end assignment where he will never see battle again. There are no more challenges to his life, no chances for glory. And then a dangerous experiment brings him an unexpected visitor who changes everything.
They are as different from each other as night and day, but those differences only entice Semeera and Kader into finding out just how physically compatible they are. What should have been a little fun causes the resurgence of a disease long thought extinguished.
If Semeera triggered it in Kader, will others succumb? And will the scientists be able to get past Kader to find out? Most importantly, can a beautiful black woman really love an alien male with scales, claws, and a tail?
He’s a silent observer from beyond the stars, and she loves him watching her.
Mbali is part of a human nature show, which is similar to an animal nature show, except Mbali is the one being observed day in and out… by aliens. She has no choice in the matter, and she is expected to go about her daily life as though the alien observers are not there. But one observer is stirring feelings in her she cannot deny, and she will not let him deny either.
Kiar is only supposed to observe the human. Nothing else. He would not be the first to grow an attachment or even harbor feelings of affection for his charge. However, he will not be the first to act on those feelings. No matter how enticing he finds Mbali, his career must come first. But his pride in a job well done may be the thing that costs him the love of a woman who is irreplaceable to him.
Note: This title was previously published as Acknowledging Meirion.