Fighting For Their Mate by Grace Goodwin is LIVE!
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Once a commander with the Intelligence Core for the Coalition Fleet, a mission gone wrong forced Chloe to return to Earth injured and dishonored. But she's seen too much and is restless in civilian life. This drives her to do whatever it takes to return to space, to where she belongs, so she volunteers as an Interstellar Bride. She's shocked to discover her mate is human, but he's like no one else she's ever met...and he's taken a second, a huge Prillon warrior equally determined to seduce her body and win her heart.
ReCon Captain, Seth Mills, lost both of his brothers to the Hive, and vows to continue fighting. His bride is an unwelcome shock, and he agrees to the Prillon custom of taking a second to protect the innocent woman destined to be his. No matter how determined he is to resist her allure, one touch, one kiss, and he knows he can never let her go.
Although she surrenders to their dominant touch, Chloe is no innocent. She's a commander with secrets she can't share. And when the entire Battlegroup is caught in a deadly Hive trap, she's the only one who can save them all, no matter the cost. But Chloe's mates won't let her go into battle alone. No matter the risk, they're willing to sacrifice everything...and fight for their mate.
Seriously, what's not to like about finding not one guy who's absolutely perfect for you, but two?
I liked Chloe's character. As a wife with a military background, I completely understood her struggle with hating to keep secrets from her mates, but also wanting to maintain her integrity to her job. I also loved that her mates were understanding. Quite a bit of the books I've read that are similar to this one portray the males as so overprotective and possessive they refuse to allow the woman to be who she is and do what she does, therefore causing a rift in the relationship. That wasn't the case here. While Seth and Dorian were possessive and protective, they were able to find pride in their mate and allow her to flourish. And I loved that Seth was human, but dominant (puny mate, ha)!
My only complaint about this book is that when Chloe's past came back and it was like deja vu all over again, it just played out. Commander Karter said he heard everything that happened and I'm not sure if it was while it was happening or after the fact, but I expected him to speak up sooner. Also, the blurb gave me the impression that Chloe and her mates would be fighting together and while close, I got something totally different from the book.
Overall, enjoyed it and look forward to more from this author.
**I received an ARC and reviewed voluntarily.**