The Transplants by Ed Ross
Of the potentially billions of planets in the Universe that could support intelligent life like that on Earth, is it not reasonable to assume that at least one of them contains life that very much resembles humans? If so, would they share our human values?
When Rion and Sena, two refugees from just such a planet travel across the galaxy to Earth to save their species from extinction, they land at sea and are separated in a hurricane. He washes up on the coast of Georgia. An Australian billionaire on his yacht rescues her and takes her to Australia. Pursued by an obsessed NASA scientist, an FBI agent and multiple foreign intelligence services, they must survive, find each other, evade and escape capture. It’s a science-fiction story, an action-adventure story, a love story and a story about how the first contact with extraterrestrial intelligent life changes everyone involved.