I really enjoyed this part of the Kelon series although the sharing felt a little off. The Kelon were just presented as too obsessive of their mates for that to feel right, but with their population problem it makes sense that it would be brought into play. Both men trying to one-up the other was amusing, and when they decided to accept what was they made a formidable team. A nice wrap up to an overall enjoyable series.
When the military shows up at Claire’s door she lies about the crash she heard and then goes and looks for what the military wants. She knows it can’t be good. When Claire finds the men there is a definite language barrier and one of them is hurt. She does what any good person would do. She helps. What she doesn’t know is she is about to be claimed.
Addassur and Lurr make me think of dumb and dumber but they are hot and sexy. While protecting earth and all it’s luscious available women they are shot down and land on Claire’s land. What ensues is a series of events where Addassur and Lurr aren’t talking to each other for fear of revealing their intent, but instead they both claim the same woman at the same time and since she isn’t aware that sex constitutes marriage to these aliens, she just committed herself to both. Yeah, that’s going to end well.
Addassar and Lurr have been assigned to the new Kelon space station orbiting Earth. In a fight with the enemy they are forced down onto the planet. When Addassar and Lurr meet a lovely human woman they both want to claim her for themselves.
Claire never expected a space ship to crash in the lake on her Ju-Ju berry farm in the remote north of Australia. Nor did she expect to find not one, but two, buffed up sexy alien men. She has no intention of denying the powerful attraction between her and the Kelon men. When they start fighting over who has claimed her, Claire needs to make them see the pleasures of not just two in a relationship but three.me
Back on their home planet of Kelon, Addassar and Lurr are determined to show just how much Claire means to them, even if it means sharing her.