Jane doesn’t have time for nonsense like hopes, dreams, or romance. She’s all about practicality and endurance—a mindset that’s saved her life more than once. The weak don’t survive zombies, alien slavers, or space wars…and Jane has someone else depending on her strength.Logan, Jane’s three-year-old son, will survive—no, thrive—and she’ll do anything to make that happen. HJane doesn’t have time for nonsense like hopes, dreams, or romance. She’s all about practicality and endurance—a mindset that’s saved her life more than once. The weak don’t survive zombies, alien slavers, or space wars…and Jane has someone else depending on her strength.Logan, Jane’s three-year-old son, will survive—no, thrive—and she’ll do anything to make that happen. Her sweat, tears, and blood are funneled into that one goal. Luxuries were left behind on Paradise, buried alongside her beloved husband, so she’s made do with what can be scavenged…including help.A heated appointment with the Peacekeeper Medik, Henta, results in a healthy body but a seething mind. Just who did that scaly bastard think he was!? He was rude, insensitive, and…aroused?Jane’s got reasons on top of reasons to ignore the spark building between herself and the handsome Gkiven. But parenting in space—especially when always in danger of pirates attacking—constantly reminds Jane that there’s more to life than just surviving.Can a grumpy alien with a gooey marshmallow heart (and the body of a Greek god) convince Jane to embrace love again?...
|Title||:||jane s dilemma|
|Format Type||:||Audio Book|
|Number of Pages||:||363 Pages|
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jane s dilemma Reviews
Ha! Ms. McFakeTits won me over, loved the cool scifi elements introduced in this one :D
Survivors Of Paradise Book Three was awesome. Well written, and full of intense as well as emotional scenes. I was super glad that Jane had a happy ending after being through so much, it was a great read. I would recommend this book to mother's especially who can relate to their children being their world. Jane always put her son Logan first before anything including romance, but opened her heart to Henta, a hot (yes hot!) alien who oozed masculinity from the moment I first started reading about his character. Jane was hard to break into emotionally, but she had to let Henta in after they became bound to one another, which wasn't her choice, but after getting to know and opening her heart to him, wouldn't change a thing. A love story with twists and turns, this was a super read!
Oh wow! So different than I was expecting. The 1st was sweet and super short, the 2nd was a little deeper but still light and fun, and the 3rd was just a teensy bit more intense, but omg sexy! Did not expect the ending to go out with such a bang lol
A little deeper than the other 2 and the action was cool; the parts Jane misses when knocked out are picked up by Paul at the end, so didn't feel gypped out of the fun like in Lanie's choice when she's busy boinking through the main conflict. Prob my favorite.