Born into a world of silence, Charlotte has always been made to feel inferior to her sister in every way. When her father demands she take Charity's place in a bride exchange on another world, Charlotte decides to embrace her future and hope for the best. She knows it's her last chance to find happiness, and she'll do anything to grab it with both hands.
Borgoz agreed to see the young girl married, but the ethereal woman who steps off the shuttle holds him spellbound. She's everything he's ever wanted, and the one thing he can never have. His job as Chief Councilor of his world is too demanding to give him time for a family of his own... but that doesn't stop him from wanting her.
A moment of passion flares bright between them, and unbeknownst to Borgoz, has lasting consequences. When Charlotte returns to her world, he's devastated and realizes he's lost the one thing he wants most. Will he buck the rules of his planet and go after Charlotte? Or will he live with the heartache he feels as the memory of her touch haunts him?
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Unable to find a werewolf of her very own, she decided to marry someone who thinks he's one -– minus howling at the full moon, fleas, and a rousing game of chase-the-mailman. Okay, so he sometimes howls at the full moon.
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"Smith's wild worlds are remarkable, realistic, and beckon to be explored--just like her heroes! She also paints excellent strong, defiant women, which I can't get enough of in any genre. I don't know where she gets her otherwoldly ideas but I hope they never run out." --Sara Jay
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Alright. I was trolling and saw no one had commented on this small series. I hate that. I try not to judge books by their covers so I gaves these a shot. This book was the longest of all of them at 88 pages. They are cute and short if you want a quick read. They weren't half bad really, just too short and lacking in character development and they were rushed. These books would have been better served I think if the author had been given carte blanche. I love reading sci fi novels because usually the authors can go crazy with tons of imagination. Not a lot of that here though there was potential that just got bypassed. Not much on the alien culture either which I found disappointing. But the writing style was decent and the characters well spoken for the most part. My only beefs are: no society is perfect, explain why things happen and don't call a doctors tools of the trade gadgets.