Hard Harvest: Three Kinds of Wicked Book 7 [NOOK Book]

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In twenty-second century America, war, disease and pollution have wiped out three-quarters of Earth's population and left most women sterile. Scientists are battling the specter of human extinction. Now they've devised a DNA test and built a database to help each of the remaining fertile females find her perfect genetic counterpart, thereby ensuring healthy, hardy offspring. For Midwestern farm girl Hannah Jenkins, this means accepting a stranger as a potential mate. Unfortunately, the handsome Dr. David Cabot ...
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Hard Harvest: Three Kinds of Wicked Book 7

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In twenty-second century America, war, disease and pollution have wiped out three-quarters of Earth's population and left most women sterile. Scientists are battling the specter of human extinction. Now they've devised a DNA test and built a database to help each of the remaining fertile females find her perfect genetic counterpart, thereby ensuring healthy, hardy offspring. For Midwestern farm girl Hannah Jenkins, this means accepting a stranger as a potential mate. Unfortunately, the handsome Dr. David Cabot isn't everything she'd expected. Distant and humorless, he spends all his time in the makeshift laboratory he's set up in the family barn. He and Hannah use more energy sniping at each other than communicating their wants and needs. After a few months of passionless monthly encounters with no pregnancy to show for it, Hannah is certain David will abandon her at the end of their trial marriage. Then a stranger saves Hannah from robbery at gunpoint, and Hannah hires him to work as a farmhand. The mysterious Trey intrigues both Hannah and David, but can he show them how to make love without making war? To My Readers: This story is an experiment for me. I enjoyed the challenge of writing a romantic love story against the background of a bleak future. The "threesome" aspect added another layer of intricacy in creating believable characters and plot. I can't wait to see if my readers love the end result as much as I do!
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  • BN ID: 2940043339126
  • Publisher: Red Sage Publishing, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 8/16/2010
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,406,706
  • File size: 246 KB

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  • Posted October 28, 2011

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    Erotic, thought-provoking tale!

    Review by Zita: In a post-apocalyptic world, the women left who are capable of bearing children have more choices than most others. For our heroine, Hannah Jenkins, this means she gets to keep the family farm intact for herself and her brothers by agreeing to a trial marriage with Dr. David Cabot, the quintessential cute science geek. Genetic matching has determined them to be perfect for each other. Unfortunately for David and Hannah, what they know about making love could fit on that head pin with the dancing angels. Their attempts during Hannah's fertile periods have been awkward, strained, embarrassing . . . and fast.

    Enter Trey, a time-traveling demi-god tasked with bringing destined couples together through sexual healing, thereby restoring the broken human timeline. Trey has landed on Hannah's farm just in time to save her from some gun-toting bullies (it looks like some things never change!). When he tells her he's looking for work as he travels through she invites him back to the farm. Trey immediately sets out to show Hannah and David where they've been going wrong and how he can help set things right.

    I really enjoyed reading Hard Harvest. Ms. March has created a full, rich world and peopled it with interesting, believable characters, characters you can easily feel for and care about. Almost from the start I found myself rooting for David and Hannah, hoping that Trey finds a way to guide them toward each other and create a lasting, loving relationship. But Ms. March didn't just write an erotic story (although the erotic is there, believe me!), she also wrote about life on a farm in post-apocalyptic America and about family and about the way people behave when their way of life is on the line. In the end Selah March has turned what could easily have been a story about two men and a woman having sex into a full, decidedly erotic, thought-provoking tale about a couple trying to find their way together in a drastically changed world--and the stranger who helps them do just that.

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