Alien 'n' Outlaw

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Harlequin, Jul 2, 2012 - Fiction
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R'kos, son of the Ankylos Emperor, is expected to settle down. But he's much more attracted to human males than to his own species. Eager to explore his forbidden longings, he steals a ship and heads to Elora Ki to see if he can find the right human guy.

Darien robs the corrupt to give to those in need, but now he needs a ride off Elora Ki, stat. Pursued by drug lords, he accepts help from the amorous stranger who calls himself Ricky. As they fly together along Darien's route, their friendship quickly turns into passion.

But when Ricky is injured, Darien must contact the embassy to get his alien lover the medical care he needs. As Darien finds himself accused of kidnapping, and Ricky fears his family's disappointment, can the two protect their growing relationship? Or are their differences just too great?

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User Review  - Jyl22075 - LibraryThing

This book was all kinds of fun! I loved the quirkiness of a lavender alien hooking up with a human thief. It was rather delightful to watch Darien and R'kos get to know each other and discover their ... Read full review

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User Review  - Bea_writer - LibraryThing

I really, really liked this book! There was something so large and kind about Ricky that you instantly just loved him, and could understand why he did the things he did. I especially liked the way the ... Read full review

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After leaving Toronto for her hubby to take a dream job (and ending up in LA via Orlando), KC Burn discovered a love of gay romance and fulfilled a dream of her own: getting published. By day, she edits websites and at night she neglects her supportive hubby and needy cat to write stories about men loving men in the past, present and future. She believes love should be celebrated in all its forms and hopes you'll enjoy reading about her guys.

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