Cosmos Resort and Dating Agency introduces voluntary humans to aliens as prospective mates. The keyword is voluntary. The humans who want nothing to do with aliens have their memories wiped and are sent to a regular Earth resort. But some don’t make it. Instead, they are sold on the galaxy’s black market. The Intergalactic Intelligence Agency sends one of their best agents to put a stop to this slave trade.
Agent Hack trails the alien slavers from the resort to a cruise ship full of humans who had chosen to have their memories wiped. Just as Hack is closing in, he’s struck by lightning, short-circuiting his shapeshifting nanobots and cutting him off from his team. In an effort to hide, he uses the last of his strength to make himself look human before passing out in the closest bed.
Aspiring ocean videographer, Jeannie Havers has a hot lead on a rare shark spotting. She’d love for them to star in her latest documentary but she’s on a tight budget. With her last few dollars, she books a cheap cruise to an unknown singles resort near the sighting. She has five days to locate and film the sharks. That is until she wakes up with the worst hangover ever next to hottest man in the world. And he claims they are soulmates.
Hack’s new face makes him weirdly irresistible to the local human women and impossible to go unnoticed by the slavers, but he’s stuck like this until his nanobots recover. Worse, his soulmate is one of the humans who had chosen to have her memories wiped because she didn’t want to be mated to an alien. Could he spend the rest of his life pretending to be human?