Daughters of Suralia

Daughters of Suralia

by Christie Meierz
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Daughters of Suralia by Christie Meierz

Three women, two planets, and a whale.

For Marianne Woolsey, linguist and tutor, being empathically bonded to the leader of the Tolari turns out to be a bed of roses � complete with thorns. Especially thorns.

With diplomatic relations severed and humans kicked out of Tolari space, the Earth Fleet ship Alexander is gone � for now � but Earth Central Command hasn�t given up trying to get Marianne back. As she struggles with surprises, nightmares, and a bond-partner who can�t be tamed, she just wants to figure out where she fits in a society that isn�t quite human.

Laura Howard, the Admiral�s widow, only desires to be left in peace to gather the fragments of a shattered heart, but Central Command has plans for her, too.

Meanwhile, the Sural�s apothecary is a serene and gifted healer who knows what � and who � she wants. Circumstances have conspired to deny her the man she�s always loved, but in the pursuit of his heart, she has an unexpected ally � in the depths of Tolar�s oceans.

Daughters of Suralia is a sweet scifi romance.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940016723266
Publisher: Christie Meierz
Publication date: 04/22/2013
Series: Tales of Tolari Space , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 278 KB

About the Author

Christie Meierz was born in Chicago, brought up in Southern California, married in West Virginia, brought up her children in upstate New York, and now lives in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania with her husband, one of her four sons, her piano, and a very sharp oboe. When she's not writing, she enjoys reading, quilting, knitting, and trying to keep her menfolk from telling odious puns.

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