Janus is a Two-Faced Moon

Janus is a Two-Faced Moon

by Susanne Marie Knight
     
 
Her family or her world? Who dies is up to Blade Sinclair, but how can she possibly choose?

Overview

Her family or her world? Who dies is up to Blade Sinclair, but how can she possibly choose?

Editorial Reviews

Candy Cay
Ms. Knight has developed a very imaginative and creative science fiction romance. It is exciting to watch Chris and Blade being forced to play a game of cat and mouse as they try to keep their sexual desire a secret. The use of many different beings and their cultures adds depth to the storyline.
Jacqueline Lichtenberg
Even after putting Janus Is A Two-Faced Moon down for several weeks, I found I could pick up where I was reading and still remember everything I needed to follow the story. This is a book you can read in waiting rooms, on coffee breaks, while waiting to pick the kids up--and still understand it all.
Robin Lee
The romance in Janus Is A Two-Faced Moon is an interesting, fun story. The love that grows between Blade and Chris is fraught with peril. You can empathize with the characters and their dilemmas, even the non-human ones. The aliens are unique and believable. With all the story's intricate twists and developments, the resolution to the conflict seemed too simplistic. However, if you love futuristic romances for their out-of-this-world love stories, you will enjoy this book.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940000110218
Publisher:
Awe-Struck E-Books
Publication date:
03/02/2007
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
612 KB

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