by Ruby Dixon
Released: April 29th 2019
Series: Icehome #7
“This book has Dixon’s signature mix of humour, adorable alien male antics and red hot sexy times.”
~ Under the Covers
Devi is an outsider in the Icehome camp. Her interest in dissecting and understanding the local beasties isn’t very conductive to building friendships…it seems to make the other human women squeamish and baffles the alien men. N’dek knows that his missing leg makes him useless and unappealing to females. He cannot hunt and provide, so who would want to be his mate? However, when inspiration strikes, he knows exactly which female will be able to help execute his plan to regain his independence.
My heart gives a massive sigh of contentment when I think about Devi’s Distraction. This book was satisfying on a couple of different levels. We have the two outsiders coming together and finding belonging…and then also realising that they were never really outsiders. And we have N’dek taking control of his destiny and finding ways to embrace life with only one leg. This book packed a lot in a short number of pages – Devi’s Distraction was under 200 pages.
This book has Dixon’s signature mix of humour, adorable alien male antics and red hot sexy times. This book also set up some of the other characters in Icehome and I can’t wait to see what happens next in this small human-alien village!
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