Ice Planet Prison by Alexis B. Osborne
“The courts sentence you to ten years of hard labor on Boreas…”
Even facing down a decade behind bars on an inhospitable alien world, Keira Wescott is still able to hold her head high. Protecting her little sister from her sleazy stepfather’s advances was worth any penalty, any price.
Tired of the world turning a blind eye to injustice, Keira refuses to be cowed by anyone. Not even the other residents of the Boreas Prison Colony. But pride and prison don’t mix. Soon enough, others who want to break her rear their heads.
Ylur is the sole Bera prisoner in the colony—and easily the biggest and baddest one roaming the prison yard. An intimidating giant with white hair, turquoise eyes, and wicked horns, only a fool would get on his bad side. He’s unmoved by the weak-willed humans, except for one little inmate who seems to carry herself with honor…
As the enormous, clingy alien takes a keen interest in Keira, the colony is besieged by native creatures. When it’s partially destroyed, can she really take a chance and escape with his help?
The planet might be cold, but Ylur’s bed is warm enough for both of them. Can she possibly survive the dangers and intrigue of the ice planet, or will the tribal beasts of the frozen wastes break her?
ICE PLANET PRISON is an alien shifter romance novella with dark themes and it can be read as a standalone. Content warnings are included in the beginning of the book.