The alien gladiator is going to win...and I'm the prize.
What's got four arms, huge spikes shooting out of his spine, and is utterly insane? Oh yeah, that's right. It's the freaking alien gladiator who's fighting in the games – for me – because I'm the prize he's geared to win.
How I ended up here is just as much of a mystery as is how I lost my memory. I've got no idea who I am, where I'm from, or why no other species on this diverse and chaotic planet look anything like me.
But as the gladiator and I spend more time together, I'm starting to realize...yeah, he might be crazy, but so am I. And we may just need to put our crazies together if we've got any shot at getting off of this rock and out of this arena alive.
Welcome to the gladiator games of Evernor in Xiveri Mates book 8! This alien romance contains brutal battles and a lot of spice – including a full shekurr – before reaching its HEA. With crazy world-building abounding, it is also best enjoyed after previous books in the series.
Taken to Evernor paperback
★★★★★ “This amazing world Elizabeth has created full of different alien species and galactic politics is thrilling wild and violent. Nadia and Herannathon were a great couple to read...and very very smutty.” - Milky Way of Books Blog
★★★★★ “This was another piece of perfection from this author’s Xiveri Mates series 👏🏽👏🏽 I was so engrossed in this story and couldn’t put it down… Elizabeth Stephens is a world building queen!!” - ChanelReads, Goodreads
★★★★★ “The setting of Evernor? Fabulous. The world building? Insane. The Shekurr?! Whew!!!! 🥵🔥” - Lindsey, Goodreads
★★★★★ “OMG….this had quite the sh*t ton of shenanigans. And dare I say, this book may be my favorite of the series. It had everything, a great storyline, spicy af, funny af, and two of the most in sync naughty mates, with him being the calm to her storm.” - Book Snob Sue Blog
★★★★★ “Not only do we have the amazing world building skills of elizabeth, but also the CHEMISTRY between our two mcs - it was off the mf charts y’all!!! the miscommunication trope due to not speaking the same language in alien romances will hit for me EVERY. SINGLE. TIME.” - @Rickireads, TikTok