Taming The Talsons(2014)
A novel by Marie Harte
Talson's Net Book three in the Talson Temptation series. Kidnapping Rowe Trainer, co-heir to Chartrell Shipping, might not have been the smartest thing Val Talson's ever done, but he wants answers, fast. He couldn't have expected the beautiful little bully to be half-human, nor could he have anticipated that she could turn the tables on him so easily. She's powerful, and he's learned to be wary. His violent arousal in her presence makes little sense. Lust he appreciates, but the deeper draw to his rival baffles him. Soon he can't think of anything but Rowe. When he finds her again, he gets more than he bargained for - attraction not only to Rowe, but to her bodyguard as well. Then add the shock of her Selection - a female Otra's readiness to mate. Val doesn't intend to give in easily. He'll handle rogue saboteurs, Rowe's larger-than-life bodyguard, and the idea that he's entered the Testing, the time in a male Otra's life when he's ready to bond to his destined mate. As for Rowe... Val's more than willing to give her what she deserves. And then some. Talson's Match Book four in the Talson Temptations series. Romec Talson is the last of his brothers to find a mate, and he's in no hurry. So it's a relief to check on the strange progress of one of the family's shipping terminals on Earth, away from the manipulations of his happily mated siblings. The last thing he expects to encounter at Port Chase is the sexy woman of his dreams. A supposed human glaring at him with dark eyes - Otra, alien eyes. And then there are her accusations that Talson Shipping is running an illegal drug trade. Tara Drake has no idea why the stranger at her door makes her hot and bothered, but if he works for the Talsons, she wants no part of him. Unfortunately, her body has a will of its own. Learning she's not human is just the beginning of the surprises coming her way. Because love has no rhyme or reason in the face of fate, Tara must make a choice to accept her destiny or deny herself true happiness.