We first met the intergalactic corporation Galaxy Brides in the excellent Dragon Lords series, and now we are seeing how the enterprise began. Unfortunately for the re-named Snow and his brothers Frost and Ice, formerly of the frozen planet Sintaz, there seems to be more enthusiasm than competence, and things don't always go as planned. Information about Earth and its inhabitants has been woefully inadequate, the promised brides aren't lining up to be claimed, Earth culture has some strange and confusing customs, and the secretive Milano Foundation is determined to capture the brothers for 'study'. Oh yes, and blue skin can be a problem on this planet.
Now that Snow's brothers have found wives, he is becoming restless. His failure to find a wife of his own makes him think about returning to Sintaz, while his loyalty to his brothers encourages him to stay on Earth. He spends more and more time alone, then one night he meets......well you'll need to read the book to find out.
I think this is the best book in the series, bringing the storyline to a satisfactory close, with just enough leeway to extend the series at a later date.
As with all Michelle Pillow's books, this is well-written and moves along at a good pace. It's hard to put down. Best of all, the interaction between the earth women and the slightly misinformed alien men is very funny...do you give them a hug, or hit them over the head with a big stick? Fans of PNR should enjoy this book, and indeed the entire series, it's clever, funny and captivating. I loved it.