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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    A sizzling futuristic anthology

    ¿The Girl, The Geek, and the Time Machine¿. Five years with Brad has Kara Wilson thinking their relationship is permanent. However, she also likes the geeky scientist Dr. Ethan Robertson and wants to ride in his time machine to see what her future is with Brad. To take a spin she must enter naked with Ethan as her guide, but he is anything but a geek with his clothes off. ---------------- ¿Mirror of the Heart¿. The dream of making love with the hunk was so visual, Taylor Simms comes. She wonders who the stranger that has captured her fantasy and especially her libido is she knows it is not Miles whom she bought some sexy underwear to seduce him. She will learn soon that her dream lover Reese is not born yet, but plans to travel back over a century to make love in the flesh with the woman he considers a goddess.---------------- ¿Wild-Men and Wormholes¿. Leaving behind her fiancé Milton who is behaving more like a Tergal rodent-like mammal than a lover, anthropologist Ariel Stone-Tarrington travels to study the mysterious natives of planet Tordanji Prime. These locals are sentient but not considered humanoid. However, she meets Kor who is more human than Milton as they fall into lust and love with wild abandon.------------ These three terrific erotic science fiction romances work because readers will believe that the PLEASURE PLANET in each is a genuine setting. The lead characters are top rate while the story lines are hot and exhilarating, but it is the background that makes Planet Anderson¿s novellas so much fun to read.------------------------ Harriet Klausner

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