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Imperative: Missing You [NOOK Book]

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In the future, we don't choose our mates; Nature chooses for us. Nature doesn't make mistakes. And if you don't pay attention to Nature's Imperative, you suffer. Aquamarine Davis has an exciting future. The up and coming young choreographer is leaving town for a new job when she feels the unwelcome call of the Imperative. Hounded by an intense, biological compulsion to find her mate, Marina reluctantly attends the local mating assembly. Artist Con Montgomery is thrilled that the Imperative finally called! At 32, ...
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Imperative: Missing You

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Overview

In the future, we don't choose our mates; Nature chooses for us. Nature doesn't make mistakes. And if you don't pay attention to Nature's Imperative, you suffer. Aquamarine Davis has an exciting future. The up and coming young choreographer is leaving town for a new job when she feels the unwelcome call of the Imperative. Hounded by an intense, biological compulsion to find her mate, Marina reluctantly attends the local mating assembly. Artist Con Montgomery is thrilled that the Imperative finally called! At 32, he believed his time had passed. For years, he's been haunted by visions of blue which he knew symbolized his mate. The Imperative leads him to Duncan Sinclair, and Con immediately recognizes his future in the smiling blue eyes of this man. When Con and Duncan walk out of the Assembly together, they leave something behind: Marina. Their mate.
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Editorial Reviews

Elizabeth Charles
Imperative: Missing You [is] a great book. The author really drew you into the feelings of the characters. Good job to Belinda McBride, I am definitely going to look for her books in the future.
Xeranth Reviewer
Missing You is a book well worth taking the time to read for those who enjoy a little ménage, a little biological magic, a lot of loving and a interesting spin on relationships. If you prefer stories where the characters are the stars and the hot passion is a strategic embrace to tie it all together, then this is the story for you.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781605210353
  • Publisher: Changeling Press LLC
  • Publication date: 7/11/2008
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 698,246
  • File size: 189 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 2, 2013

    Short but enjoyable

    I liked the idea behind the characters but i never really got the chance to get to know them. And while i have read several very sucessful stories with three different perspectives, it felt like the different sections in this story were to short. I think this story would have flowed much better if it was at least twice the length. It needed more of an explanation of the imperatives history as well. All in all, this was a good start but has so much more potential.

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