The Khanavai Warriors Alien Bride Games Series
What’s a reluctant woman to do when her name is drawn in the Alien Bride Lottery and she has to go join the Bride Games?
Play to lose, of course!
There are about a million ways to end up in the Alien Bride Lottery.
Every unmarried female human between the ages of twenty-one and thirty-five gets entered once a year. You can also choose to accept extra entries instead of dealing with the courts for various legal infractions—instead of paying a parking fine, for example, you can request an extra entry. Lots of women do that. I mean, why not? The chances are astronomical that your name will get chosen to be one of the hundred or so women who get shipped off to space every year.
And even if your name is drawn, the odds are slim that you’ll match up with an alien who’s looking for a mate.
Most of the lottery-drawn women come back to Earth every year and resume their lives as if nothing changed. But some don’t.
Some go up to Station 21 to compete in the Bride Games, where they can end up married off to huge, rainbow-hued alien males in search of a human mate.
Plenty of human women are thrilled by this idea.
But some women are less than delighted.
She never expected her Prince Charming to be a blue alien.
There are a million ways to end up in the Alien Bride Lottery. But it takes only one.
I refused to be in the Bride Lottery—so now I’m a runaway bride.
I thought I’d escaped being given to an alien warrior. I was wrong.
I’ll do whatever it takes to destroy the Bride Games.
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