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The Alien's Falconer
She stole a ship... and its captain's heart

Georgia never chose to work as a space pirate. Abducted by aliens as a child, she’s had to become tough to survive in the depths of lawless space. Violence and deceit are all she knows… Until she steals from the wrong woman.

When Captain Ellabee responds to a stranded ship’s call for aid, she’s more than surprised to find a human and her pet bird on board. But the gorgeous female isn’t all she seems… And soon Ellabee is in danger of not just losing her ship, but also her heart.

An out-of-this-world f/f alien romance with a headstrong human woman and an alien female used to being in charge. This is a standalone sapphic love story with a guaranteed happy end. If you love lesbian romance, cute animals, and humorous science fiction, this series will make you laugh, swoon, and wish you had your own sassy alien parrot.

Paperback ISBN: 9798224863693

The bird croaked from inside his cage and flapped his four wings, hitting them against the metal ribs of his confinement. I felt bad for keeping him locked up like that but I’d seen Georgia’s response. She definitely cared about that animal and I was intending to use it to my advantage.

The bird let out a shrill shriek. “All aboard, all aboard!”

“Yes, we’re on board, tell me more,” I encouraged him.

He stared at me like I was the one with four eyes.

Right, he didn’t understand Kyven.

“Englisk?” I tried, twisting my tongue to make the soft sound at the end.

“English! English! Fuck the English!” he repeated happily.

“Yes, good!” I tried to remember how Georgia pronounced her name. “Georshia?”

The bird’s reaction was instant. “Georgia! Georgia is the best!”

I chuckled, amused by him. I could see why she kept him around, especially in a one-man ship.

“Yes, Georshia. Georshiaaa,” I drew out, trying to pronounce her name properly.

“Georgia! Georgia? Where are you? Where are you?”

That was a good question and one I wasn’t going to answer. But it gave me more of their English words to mimic and hopefully, that could trigger more conversation with the bird. He was certainly more talkative than Georgia and since he could only echo and mimic, maybe I could get something useful out of him.



Books in Series

Books 1-3
the alien's zookeeper with logo large
Book 1
the alien's vet (Small)
Book 2
the alien's farmer medium
Book 3
the alien's shepherd ebook (Large)
Book 4
the alien's falconer
Book 5