Romancing the Alien Author:Shelley Munro Talking Dogs, Aliens and Purple People Eaters By Shelley Munro — Janaya is a bodyguard on a mission. She must protect her Aunt Hinekiri from mercenaries and then return to Dalcon in time to take her captain's exam. A simple assignment for an officer of her caliber except nothing goes as planned. Their spaceship crash lands on Earth. No spare ... more »parts available. Big problem. Janaya is stuck on a tiny outpost called New Zealand. She's going to stuff up her promotion chances. And because she neglected to have her travel inoculations in her urgent hurry to protect her aunt, Janaya has bonded with an Earthman. Police officer Luke Morgan seeks a quiet life. No press. No nosy reporters. No women. Just lots of fishing and fresh country air. Luke doesn't count on meeting a pair of aliens and a talking dog and participating in a shootout with purple-suited aliens. Nor does he expect the surge of lust he feels for Janaya. Suddenly a routine callout turns into a big problem that Luke suspects might only be the tip of the iceberg.
Never Send a Dog To Do a Woman's Job By Shelley Munro Book 2 in the Talking Dog series.
Sex. Lily Morgan hasn't had any since her husband ran off with his boyfriend. But where will she find a man willing to overlook chronic clumsiness, dimpled thighs and cellulite? Sex. Prince Alexandre Bellangere has too much. Sex, that is. Being treated as a sex object is becoming a pain in the ass. Heck, he's more than just a pretty face and muscular body. Alex has brains and ambition. But Dalcon princes are expected to have sex, mate and breed royal undergrowns. Determined to change his life, he sneaks from the palace and the planet disguised as plain Alex Bell. Sex. Lily Morgan takes one look at the golden stranger and starts thinking "what if?" Alex Bell takes one look at the curvy travel agent and reconsiders his stand on sex. Maybe. Sex. Lily's family is not happy about her mating with an alien they know nothing about. They decide to leave Killer, the talking dog, to keep an eye on the situation. Take one chubby travel agent and an alien Dalconian prince in disguise, add in sex, laughter, endless possibilities. Combine and shake vigorously. Result...a true-blue love.« less