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Publisher's Summary

All he wanted was a little adventure and maybe to find a wife on Earth. What he got was a hell of a lot more than this alpha alien bargained for.

NYT best-selling author, Michelle M. Pillow, is back with a brand new sci-fi alien romance adventure.

Alpha male alien Edur (aka Frost Chaos) will do anything to escape his ice tundra of a home planet. He'll even convince his brothers to jump onboard a bride procurement spaceship bound for Earth...which to be honest he should have vetted a little better.

Galaxy Brides promises a land of untold beauties just waiting for strong alien men to come and abduct them away.

Galaxy Brides promises a lot of things they can't deliver.

Galaxy Brides should maybe not be in business.

Journalist Meg Taylor had no problem leaving her big city life behind to come home to care for her sick father, but she does miss the excitement of chasing a story. When rumors of a blue hockey player surface in her small town, she can't resist. But following Frost home will give her more story than she bargained for - dangerous mercenaries, spaceships, intrigue, and a sexy blue-skinned alien looking for more than a one night stand.

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What listeners say about Frost: A Qurilixen World Novella: Intergalactic Dating Agency

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MATCHMAKERS TO THE 👽

MATCHMAKERS to the alien races, promising brides from Earth willing to be abducted. Just one problem, earth knows nothing about this. I am enjoying this series.

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Frost

Frost and his two brothers have come to Earth in search of wives. This story gives listeners the second of the three brothers to find love. Frost has tried everything he can think of to fit in and when he finally finds something that he is good at he becomes a news story which brings Meg looking for him. Circumstances have Frost and his brothers fleeing from the evil men determined to experiment on them and Meg ends up getting mixed up in it all. She went looking for a good story and she got the story of her life but what will she do?

This is a fun and engaging story about aliens coming to Earth to find their mates. It is a nice mix of romance and action. Meg is a smart girl who finds herself in an adventure of a lifetime and she must make some hard choices along the way. Frost and Meg’s story is fast paced and sometimes over the top but always enjoyable. Narrator Kylie Stewart keeps the narrative flowing and the listener engaged as she brings this book and its characters to life.

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Alien Bride

A short fantasy story about blue aliens who are looking for mates on earth.
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Cute alien story

This is an enjoyable quick listen. This was book 5 of the series but the 1st one I listened too. Although there were a few mentions of things happening prior to this story, it didn’t seem to affect the story. If you love blue aliens, insta-love, and a novella, this is a good listen for you.

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A fun take on mail order brides

This audiobook was delightful fun. I am new to this genre but I am loving it! Written with wit and humor and beautifully narrated this story was pure joy. Take an alien hockey player, a reporter with moxie, stir, shake and enjoy! I will definitely be listening to more of this series.

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A smart story

So I read this one and wanted to take my time talking about it.

I have read a few of these books and I love the concept of all of them. Ice world. No females to breed with. Come to Earth where we women will accept you. I know I would.

The story moves along great and I love how no one is just looking out for themselves. They each care about each other, and even the humans are trying to help out.

This story is great and I plan on reading the rest of them too.

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Imaginative

I liked the time travel aspect of this storyline. The imagination and creativity of the author made this a very entertaining experience. I also appreciated the fact that the women in the storyline weren’t wilting flowers or damsel in distress but contributed to their own rescues!! This was a good listening experience!

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Cool Frost!

I received this audiobook in return for an honest review. You need to have read Ice first to really appreciate this instalment of the Galaxy Mail Order Brides. I loved Kylie Stewart’s interpretation of the book. She has such an easy voice to listen to. Where I felt this lacked a little was in the humour that was in the first book ICE. The story was there but there was a little less action and humour. Having said that, I really enjoyed Frost and his adventure in finding Meg! If you enjoy reading Michelle M Pillows books you will enjoy this! Looking forward to Snow’s book next!