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When She Belongs by Ruby Dixon

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Also by Ruby Dixon:

Corsairs: Adiron, January 2021
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Bridget's Bane, December 2020
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When She Dances, October 2020
e-Book
Raven's Return, September 2020
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When She Belongs, September 2020
Paperback / e-Book
Mari's Mistake, July 2020
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When She Purrs, June 2020
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Barbarian's Treasure, May 2020
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Penny's Protector, December 2019
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Callie's Catastrophe, November 2019
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The King's Spinster Bride, May 2018
e-Book
Off Limits, October 2014
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When She Belongs
Ruby Dixon

A Risdaverse Tale #4
Self Published
September 2020
On Sale: September 18, 2020
468 pages
ISBN: 8686540835
EAN: 9788686540835
Kindle: B08HXGTT59
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Romance Science Fiction | Romance Erotica Sensual

He’s the biggest jerk in the galaxy.

I can live with being stuck on the far end of space. I can live with having to spend weeks on an abandoned station in an asteroid belt. Sure, I don’t belong, but I’ve got my book and my eight-legged attack cat with me. I should be fine.

I’m not fine.

My alien host, Jerrok, is a jerk. He’s surly and unpleasant. He hasn’t bathed in years. He’s part cyborg - and all those parts seem to be falling to pieces. He’s the one in charge of this remote station, which means we’re forced to interact. It’s an absolutely miserable situation for both of us…

…until I realize that all his anger and bluster is covering the fact that he’s thoughtful and understanding. He’s protective, too, keeping me safe when the bad guys approach. When I get hurt, he’s the one tenderly caring for my wounds.

Jerrok is also intensely, utterly lonely, just like me.

As time passes, I start to wonder…maybe where I belong isn’t a place…but a person.

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