Rogue (Cat Star Chronicles Series #3)

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He crawled toward me on his hands and knees like a tiger stalking his prey.

The third book in The Cat Star Chronicles series - a hot, sexy paranormal romance.

No woman has ever tamed him before...
Enslaved for years, Tychar belongs to the Queen of Darconia. His feline gene gives him remarkable sexual powers and every female on the planet is ...

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Overview

He crawled toward me on his hands and knees like a tiger stalking his prey.

The third book in The Cat Star Chronicles series - a hot, sexy paranormal romance.

No woman has ever tamed him before...
Enslaved for years, Tychar belongs to the Queen of Darconia. His feline gene gives him remarkable sexual powers and every female on the planet is in love with him. Then, the Queen gives him to Kyra...

Does she even stand a chance?
Or will she be just another one of his conquests? Why would he choose the modest piano teacher? Yet the two are drawn to each other with a powerful, magnetic attraction unlike any he's felt before... Then the palace is attacked in a coup, and Tychar has to choose between freedom and love...

DISCOVER THE CAT STAR CHRONICLES

"Fun, unique, and wicked sexy!"
Sydney Croft

"With a little bit of action, romance, and sci-fi — what more could you want?
Wild On Books

"I read this in a couple of days and just couldn't put it down. It was original and entertaining and I can't praise this book enough. Go and buy it now!"
Angela Richardson, Trashionista.com

Praise for Slave:
"Fascinating world customs, a bit of a mystery, and the relationship between the hero and heroine make this a very sensual romance."
Romantic Times

"A sexy adventure with a hero you can't resist!"
Candace Havens, author of Charmed & Deadly

"Wow. Just… wow. The romantic chemistry is as close to perfect as you'll find."
BookFetish.org

Praise for Warrior:
"A compelling tale of danger, intrigue, and sizzling romance!"
Candace Havens, author of Like a Charm

"A worthy second installment, Warrior whet my appetite for more!"
Romance Junkies

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Editorial Reviews

Coffee Time Romance
If you want sizzle, with a little slow burn along the way, this exciting tale is an absolute delight.
— Cherokee
Romance Reader at Heart
Readers who enjoy explicit passion will be extremely well rewarded for their time.
— Susan Barton
Long and Short of It Reviews
Rogue is a story chock full of witty and fast moving dialogue, unique and diverse characters, hot sex... and alien politics sure to please the sci-fi fan inside the reader.
— Xeranth
Genre Go Round Reviews
The third Cat Star Chronicles science fiction romance ... is a terrific character driven thriller as the piano teacher and the slave fall in love on a third world.
— Harriet Klausner
I Just Finished
If you like your stories red hot and sexy, then this is the book for you.
Romance Junkies
Cheryl Brooks takes readers on an intergalactic venture that they won't soon forget.
— Chrissy Dionne
Drey's Lubrary
The world-building is detailed enough to be imagined... Rogue was an enjoyable read.
— Audrey Salick
The Book Girl
The love story between Tychar, Trag, and Kyra is HOT and deeply emotional.
— Carrie Zimmerman
Books 4 Moms
I couldn't put the book down, and not just because I was wanting to "get to the good stuff" but because I was drawn into the story so completely I wanted to read more.
— Christine Plaisted
BlogCritics.com
[A] fast, fun read that was extremely sexy and would be sure to satisfy many a woman's appetite for steamy romance.
— Robin Kavanaugh
Cheryl's Book Nook
[F]rom now on I plan to read every single book that Cheryl Brooks writes and I plan to tell all my friends about her.
— Cheryl Koch
Marta's Meanderings
This book if totally fun! There is always something completely unexpected around the corner with this romance.
— Marta Hoelscher
Rhi's Reading
The humor, the adventure and the sensuality made this one a definite recommended read.
— Rhianna Walker
Curled Up with a Good Book
[O]verall this is a lighthearted and amusing read.
— Helen Hancox
The Book Binge
I have to say, out of the 3 books in the Cat Star series so far, Rogue is my favorite.
— Ames
The Ginger Kid's Den of Iniquity
[H]ilarious and insanely creative! These books are incredibly freeing.
— Jennifer Barker
A Blog of Books
The story is definitely different and inventive.
— Nikki Heffernan
Night Owl Romance
Cheryl creates some of the sexiest beasts... Rogue is a fascinating book that will have you salivating for more.
— Tammie King
Literary Escapism
If you're looking for an erotic science fiction novel, then take a look at Rogue by Cheryl Brooks.
— Jackie Morgan
Romance at Heart Magazine
[A]nother read full of the erotic excitement and action for which Cheryl Brooks is becoming known.
— Rose Brungard
Bitten By Books
To put it simply, Rogue is just sexy. Really sexy. Sizzling kind of sexy.
— Lyda
The Romance Studio
I would not only recommend this book, but this entire series to anyone who likes to lose themselves in new exciting worlds with gorgeous, sensuous cats.

— Sandra

Bella Online
[T]he heat this pair (sometimes trio) generates is off the charts.
— Elizabeth Darrach
Confessions of a Romance Books Addict
[The] romantic chemistry was beyond amazing. You could just feel it crackling and sizzling in the air.
— Danielle Atwater
Fresh Fiction
If you like science fiction romance with a lot of humor, don't miss this series.
— Leanne Davis
From the Publisher
"If you want sizzle, with a little slow burn along the way, this exciting tale is an absolute delight." - Coffee Time Romance

"Readers who enjoy explicit passion will be extremely well rewarded for their time." - Romance Reader at Heart

"Rogue is a story chock full of witty and fast moving dialogue, unique and diverse characters, hot sex... and alien politics sure to please the sci-fi fan inside the reader. " - Long and Short of It Reviews

"The third Cat Star Chronicles science fiction romance ... is a terrific character driven thriller as the piano teacher and the slave fall in love on a third world." - Genre Go Round Reviews

"If you like your stories red hot and sexy, then this is the book for you. " - I Just Finished

"Cheryl Brooks takes readers on an intergalactic venture that they won't soon forget." - Romance Junkies

"The world-building is detailed enough to be imagined... Rogue was an enjoyable read." - Drey's Lubrary

"The love story between Tychar, Trag, and Kyra is HOT and deeply emotional." - The Book Girl

"I couldn't put the book down, and not just because I was wanting to "get to the good stuff" but because I was drawn into the story so completely I wanted to read more." - Books 4 Moms

"[A] fast, fun read that was extremely sexy and would be sure to satisfy many a woman's appetite for steamy romance. " - BlogCritics.com

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781402217623
  • Publisher: Sourcebooks, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 3/1/2009
  • Series: Cat Star Chronicles Series , #3
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Pages: 378
  • Sales rank: 345,052
  • Product dimensions: 4.10 (w) x 6.80 (h) x 1.20 (d)

Meet the Author

Cheryl Brooks is a critical care nurse by night and a romance writer by day. She is a member of the Romance Writers of America and lives in Indiana along with her husband, two sons, five cats, five horses, and one dog. She is the author of The Cat Star Chronicles: Slave. Rogue is the third book in The Cat Star Chronicles series.
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Excerpt from Chapter 1 of Rogue

As you might expect from a planet where the intelligent species were reptiles, Darconia was hot, dry, and lacking in natural beauty—unless you happen to be fond of rocks. Lots and lots of rocks—as far as the eye could see, and then some. The palace was built of stone, as were all of the other buildings in the capital city of Arconcia, which made you feel only slightly cooler once you were inside.

"Should have listened to my mother," I muttered. "You're much too timid, Kyra!" she had said. "I can't even imagine you traveling alone." My father's comments had been similarly discouraging. "No point in compounding one mistake by making another," he had said. Not having an artistic nature himself, he hadn't approved my choice of music as a profession. "And when you get there, they'll walk all over you, just like everyone else does!" Mom had thrown in for good measure. But I'd found the courage somehow, and here I was! And what, I thought to myself, was a humble piano teacher from Upper Sandusky doing so far from Earth, about to be introduced to a lizard queen in a remote corner of the galaxy?

For that matter, when was the last time you heard of anything interesting happening to a piano teacher? I mean to the teacher herself, not one of her students who went on to find fame and fortune as a result of her outstanding musical instruction. Think about that for a minute. Have you—ever?

Well, I certainly hadn't, so when I ran across an ad for teaching the daughter of an offworld queen, I was intrigued. So what if the locals were all reptilian? It still seemed preferable to teaching the sons and daughters of no one in particular here at home. Interstellar travel had long been common, but I'd never been offworld before, and the idea of space travel appealed to me. It was a chance to see other worlds and other species, because if my information was correct, Darconia was a very long way from Earth.

Maybe the fact that none of the musicians I knew— even those who participated in the galactic music scene—seemed interested in the job should have been the first clue that I should have avoided it myself. But sometimes, you just have to go with your gut instincts, and my gut was telling me to go for it. If nothing else, it would look good on my resume—I mean, my student would be a princess, after all—and if I ever wanted to get beyond teaching at the primary school level it might be helpful.

I'd been teaching for all of the ten years since I left college armed with a degree in music education. The offers to teach at the university level hadn't exactly been pouring in, largely due to the fact that I'd never gotten up the courage to apply for that level of job—and I had yet to teach anyone who was even minimally gifted. Despite having been hailed as a promising new talent in my own school years, I hadn't built up enough of a reputation to attract any really good students, and since I was going nowhere, I figured I might as well go nowhere somewhere else—if you catch my drift.

I had no love interest to leave behind, either. Love and I were virtual strangers, and though I'd been through the usual series of unsatisfactory relationships most girls experience, there had never been one that I truly regretted having lost. I guess I should have known that giving piano lessons wouldn't put me in the way of meeting many eligible bachelors, but that never occurred to me when choosing my life's work.

I doubted that I would find true love in my new job, either, but I would at least get a taste of what life was like on different planets, and that sounded romantic enough. I'd done some research—though the information I'd found was a bit sketchy—and it all sounded fine to me. Darconia was a relatively peaceful planet and, although having royalty in power rather than an elected government seemed a bit backward, the fact that the Queen wanted her child to learn to play piano spoke of at least some degree of culture.

The strange thing was that while keyboard players weren't uncommon on any world, the ad had specified that the Queen wanted a well-qualified, young, and unattached Terran female. That was me. Why the requirements were so limited was a mystery, but I decided that a Queen could afford to be as choosy as she liked.

None of that mattered on the morning I waved goodbye to my parents and embarked for Darconia. I was leaving Earth for the first time, and no matter what happened, it was exciting! It was raining heavily, and my flight was delayed due to technical difficulties—but I was young and resilient and not particularly superstitious. My fellow travelers and I waited for what seemed like hours before the ship was finally cleared for takeoff, but at last we were on our way.

Once the ship was in space and we were free to move about, all I heard from just about everyone was, "Where did you say? Darconia? Never heard of it." It was no surprise that I'd never heard of it before, but the fact that it was unknown to most other travelers was unnerving. I rechecked the database at my earliest opportunity and assured myself once again that, yes, Darconia did exist, and, no, I was not making a huge mistake by going there to work. I made a holocopy of the documentation— even showing it to a blue-skinned showgirl from Edraita who had been initially impressed when I told her that I
would be teaching a princess, though, according to her, Darconia was such an out-of-the-way planet that even royalty didn't count for much. Later on, I learned that everyone—and not just the showgirls—on Edraita was notoriously snobbish.

This particular woman was tall and shapely with a brilliant mass of red hair, which contrasted nicely with her blue skin—and since her chief manner of dress seemed to be strings of beads of various shapes and sizes, I can assure you that she was blue all over. While her jewelry didn't cover enough of her to leave anything to the imagination— or keep her particularly warm—the jingling noise it made as she moved did encourage you to look in her direction, and once you did that, it was difficult not to stare.

Her name was Nindala, and we were as different from one another as two women could possibly be. She was confident and sensuous, while I was timid and would never have walked around wearing nothing but beads!

Despite our differences and her inherent snobbishness, Nindala and I became friends during the trip, which lasted nearly six weeks for me, though only about half that time for her. She was joining up with a troupe of acrobatic entertainers who were performing throughout the quadrant. I learned a lot from Nindala; for example, did you know that the men on Salurna Zebta have two penises and always have two wives? One for each cock, she explained. I tried, but I couldn't imagine what kind of evolutionary twist would account for such a variation. I mean, males wouldn't suddenly sprout a spare just because the women of their species outnumbered them two to one, would they? I came to the conclusion that this must have been the result of an extremely popular mutation, or it was genetically engineered at some point in the planet's history—though such practices were generally frowned upon.

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  • Posted March 23, 2010

    I Also Recommend:

    A different kind of story

    So far with the previous two Cheryl Brooks' books we were used to a Zetithian slave and a woman. In this book, Kyra, is a piano teacher that goes to a lizard alien world. In this world the lizard queen has exotic slaves of every kind. Among those slaves are not one, but two Zetithian slaves. And they both end up quite interested in Kyra. The romance of these two brothers is quite different for each one, but the ending is interesting to me. :D

    2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted June 8, 2009

    Um....

    So I heard the reviews on the series and due to the positive reviews made the worst mistake ever and bought slave, warrior, and rogue all at the same time, thankfully outcast wasnt in stock. after reading the first one I was very disappointed. In the begining I thought the writing would become more engaging but I literally had to force myself to read each page as I went on. I like the concept of the unique Zetithian male species but really the charcters were lacking, the plot was barely ok, and the romance and and sexual scenes were very repititive throughout the series and fell short of creating any real fire. I constantly felt like the writer went off into tangents when writing this, and basically the writing style was just not up to par, and ruined the whole story, I really think each story had potential just for the simple fact that the universe they were set in was interesting but when it came down to writing these stories Brooks didnt deliver at all. The writing was very amateur and hopefully with a lot of practice Brooks can learn to write in a way that capitivates her reading audience.

    2 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted February 21, 2009

    more from this reviewer

    The third Cat Star Chronicles science fiction romance is a terrific character driven thriller

    Queen Scalia of the remote planet Darconia hires Upper Sandusky, Ohio resident Kyra Aramis to teach her daughter Princess Zealon to play the piano. The Queen assigns slave Tycharian to cater to whatever the earthling needs while she stays on the arid reptile dominated world.

    Ty informs his "mistress" that he comes from the destroyed planet Zetith, and Scalia saved him and his brother Trag when she bought them at a slave auction. He also tells her he can smell her "scent of desire". As they begin to fall in love, Trag becomes jealous while Ty turns possessive and Kara confused. However, there are bigger issues on the planet as some of the more traditionalist reptiles object to the Queen's efforts to assimilate their world into the greater galaxy starting with the piano teacher and subsequently a McDonald's.

    The third Cat Star Chronicles science fiction romance (see WARRIOR and SLAVE; neither read by me) is a terrific character driven thriller as the piano teacher and the slave fall in love on a third world. The story line is fast-paced from the moment Trag introduces himself to his "scent of desire" and never slows down as plots against the Queen balance nicely with the romance. Fans will enjoy ROGUE and look forward to Trag's thriller as he wants what his brother got, his own "scent of desire" and some more daring readers would also like a certain assertive female reptile's tale told.

    Harriet Klausner

    2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 13, 2009

    Enjoyed this 3rd in the series

    This is a futuristic story. There have been 4 books released in this series. I found each one enjoyable. I like the characters and plots set on different planets. Each book is a stand alone, but reading them in order does help keep track of the characters. All 4 I consider keepers to read again.

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted July 8, 2014

    HOT!  Wow.  Shy piano teacher arrives on a frightening planet, a

    HOT!  Wow.  Shy piano teacher arrives on a frightening planet, and on her first night, is introduced to two sexy, sex-starved slave men who can smell her arousal.  In Rogue, the queen assigns one of the slaves to this retiring piano teacher, and it isn't long before she surrenders to his charms.  But what of the other?  His brother?  You'll have to read it to find out.  Tychar and his brother, Trag, are the sexiest men in Cheryl Brooks' Cat Star Chronicles so far.  Their species is a highly-sexual race of men, yet these two haven't had any action in twenty years.  Enter Kyra, the unsuspecting Earth woman hired to teach the queen's daughter to play piano.  What follows is some of the hottest sex I've read.  How they win their freedom is quite the adventure.  And I should mention that though Kyra isn't bold at the beginning, Tychar's lovemaking brings out a real spunk in her.  By the end, I'd go as far as to say she rivals Jacinth's boldness in Slave.  So fun!  Be sure to add this book to you Need To Read list!

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  • Posted January 25, 2013

    Excellent.

    Awesome read. Love the series.

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  • Posted January 8, 2013

    I bought the entire series when they were on sale for $.99 each.

    I bought the entire series when they were on sale for $.99 each.   Good news is they were inexpensive.  Bad news is her heroines so annoyingly similar, and there's no real character development, and she falls right back into the same mannerisms as the first one.  I hope the series gets better as she develops as a writer because I feel like I need to read what I bought.

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    Posted November 6, 2012

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 10, 2011

    just weird

    weird weird and weird! she is human and (They) are cats!

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 9, 2011

    highly recommended

    I only had 3 out of the whole set. Now, I have them all. Great futuristic world writing and imagination. Also, great interacting characters.

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  • Posted January 4, 2011

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    yes!

    I have loved all her books in this series so far!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 9, 2009

    love it!

    very good series -- interesting, creative, definitly unique -- must have
    mass market paperbacks need to come out quicker

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  • Posted April 3, 2009

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    Rogue is a Delicious Story

    This Story is about a ordinary Piano teacher from earth who's hired to teach piano to a Alien Lizard Queen's Children. Sound simple, Not!!! The Queen gives the piano teacher a very unique Slave to take care of her every need. This is a very hot Planet so the Slaves don't wear any clothes. The piano teacher wears too many clothes. And the Slave has a twin brother who feels very left out. The piano teacher feels affection for the twin brother too. Which turns into a sweet Menage, until the first brother decides he no longer wishes to share. To put it simply, Rogue is just sexy. Really sexy. Sizzling kind of sexy. Honestly, only Cheryl Brooks can deliver a line like, "I can give you joy unlike any you have ever known" and not only make it work but also make you want to melt in the process. This is truly an enjoyable read. Besides, you know what they say, "Once you go cat, you never go back."

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  • Posted March 3, 2009

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    Great Paranormal Romance

    All I can say is WOW! I hadn't read the first books in this series and normally sci-fi isn't my top of the list favorite genre to read. I had no idea how a sci-fi romance would work, and I was happily surprised. This book if totally fun! There is always something completely unexpected around the corner with this romance. The book is very explicit, so there are some who just shouldn't crack the cover of this one. And obviously it's not meant for teens. But for everyone else I'd recommend that you pick this book up. Personally, I'm going to go back and read the earlier books, and I'm definitely looking forward to upcoming books in the series. This book is just plain HOT!

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  • Posted February 28, 2009

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    The Rogue by Cheryl Brooks

    I know there are quite a few who don't like Cheryl Brooks' 'Cat Star' books. I, however, eat them up like chocolate bonbons and I'll try to explain why. First, they're very, very hot. They come incredibly close to, and sometimes pass over the boundry of, erotica. The series details the stories of a group of male aliens whose planet was destroyed in a war by a group trying to eliminate their species. Why? Well, likely because their 'snard' (and no, I won't explain that...you can just guess!) causes explosive and continuing orgasms! So I'm guessing a planet or two of jealous men would be the culprits who'd want to be rid of men like that. Anyway, only a small number survived who were sold into slavery despite the bounty on their heads. Each book details the story of one (or two) of these men and how they find the woman meant for them.

    There's a good bit of humor, some fairly silly and some bitingly sarcastic, in these books. She parodies everything from Mickey D's to classical music and I find myself snickering every time.

    This book is about two brothers who found themselves the pet of a lizard queen (yes, you read that correctly). She 'collects' alien species but treats them fairly well. Unfortunately for these sex machines, they don't and can't 'do' lizards! But when the queen sends to earth for a female piano teacher for her daughter they hit the jackpot. Lots of sex, a coup, and musical revolution follow.

    Cheryl Brooks can write sizzling sex, witty banter, and a tale that takes me away from all mundane issues. THAT'S why I like her books. "Rogue" pushes the boundary between a really hot romance and erotica since there is one menage scene. If this will offend or bug you...don't read it.

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  • Posted January 4, 2009

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    A Smoking Hot Preview...

    If the sneak peak in Warrior was any indication of what was to come in The Cat Star Chronicles: ROUGE. Whew, hot. I don't think I can't wait that long. March 1st seems very far away at the moment...

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