When Marsha’s broken teleporter sends her to Earth, her only priority is to get back to civilization. Unfortunately, she has no way to get off this primitive planet or even contact home. Since she’s stuck here indefinitely, she’ll have to make the best of it.
Sophie is surprisingly calm when the beautiful woman wandering the streets says she’s from outer space. Having often felt like an alien herself, she’s determined to help Marsha however possible – even if that means letting the complete stranger move in with her.
As Marsha tries to settle in on Earth, Sophie realizes she’s unique in the universe. It’s not just Marsha’s unearthly good looks; Sophie is drawn to her kind and curious nature. Meanwhile, Marsha realizes that even a backwards planet can be home to intelligent life – and that the life form called Sophie is also downright sexy.
Will Marsha find her way home? Or will her heart convince her to change her plans?
Vic doesn’t remember her first pack. She doesn’t remember her family or her home. As far as she’s concerned, the haven she’s spent the last twenty years of her life in is her home, Trevor is her chosen family, and there’s no place she’d rather go.
This all chances, however, when a scouting mission sends her right back to the human camps Trevor pulled her away from. She has no recollection of that night or what happened there, and yet, something drives her forward, along the cobblestone streets in search of another.
Born and raised as the next Alpha in line to lead her pack, it’s up to Elly to take her father’s place once he’s gone. But what if she doesn’t want to lead? What if she wants a life all her own?
Vic sees her, understands her, and now, after spending months inside a cage, someone finally wants her. But this isn’t the first time they’ve met, and sharing that truth could easily tear them apart.
Can these two women work together to break away from the past, or are there some things you simply cannot run away from?