After technology fails the Governance, Gage is sent to fetch a raven tracker to locate the president's abducted son. He acquires her from a warm, arousal-scented breeding bed.
Reina is captivated by every aspect of the battle vessel Raze, and the handsome, foreboding general who commands it. To accomplish the mission and keep her clan safe, she must trust and serve Gage.
As Reina deploys her powers to aid the Governance, Gage learns that controlling and taming his raven requires more than he first imagined. Military protocol is forgotten as he uses her sexual hunger to teach trust, restraint and control. Her ultimate willingness to submit could mean the difference between life and death.
Reader Advisory: There’s a short scene of F/F pleasure—watched by our hunky hero, of course.
Gage is sent to acquire a raven tracker to locate the president’s missing son and military protocol is forgotten as he uses her sexual hunger to teach restraint, trust and control and in the end her ultimate willingness to submit could mean the difference between life and death in this captivating erotic sci-fi romance. The danger from their enemies causes lots of action and excitement as well as a few twists to keep the reader on their toes. The author has created a fascinating world and wonderful characters with some very unique characteristics that makes for a refreshingly different read. I was completely caught up in the story from the very beginning and I can’t wait to read the next Galactic Lust adventure.
4 ½ STARS 5 FLAMES
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Ellora’s Cave, November 1 2009, 213 pages, ebook & print
About Kathleen Lash:
Kathleen has received an "Award of Merit" for Long Contemporary Romance in the 2010 Holt Medallion contest.
I’ve been writing for more than twenty years and have had the good fortune to find some awesome publishers who contracted my work. I’m still slightly astounded and amazed at the response my first few books have received. As the mother of four adult children, I always worked a full time job, stealing an hour or two every night to unleash my id by writing. It helped maintain a certain degree of sanity and satisfied a deep seated desire to set some of the stories free that beset my dreams.
Most people who know me would say I’m an extrovert. I struggle constantly to maintain that persona. In my day job, I’m surrounded by people with whom I need to interact. Because they’re mostly wonderful, it helps eliminate the shyness I hide.
I love to hear from readers and respond to my e-mail account on a regular basis. Hearing what you liked or didn’t like about a particular story is always helpful in writing the next one. If you’ve purchased one of my books, I’d like to thank you so much! I’m so glad you stopped by to glimpse my world.
A special thanks to my family for all their support, my friends, my critique partner and dear friend, Jenny for putting up with me for thirty plus years, my son Carl for hosting my website and getting it off the ground, and Rae Monet who has redesigned my site with her talented and artistic flare.
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