Interplanetary Love

Interplanetary Love

by Shelley Munro

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I know your secret…

Ekim Ramuk is a vid-star on the planet Nidni. Along with fame and currency comes his reputation as Nidni's greatest lover—one that causes him acute embarrassment and anxiety because not one of the rumors is true.

Carly Abercombie is an Earth cop who works long hours and craves a man to hold her in the small hours of the night. She doesn't require perfect. Mr. Almost Perfect will do, but finding him—that's another problem entirely. In desperation, she signs up with Interplanetary Love and heads off to Nidni to meet her first date.

Rala Ramuk, Ekim's baby sister, has problems of her own. Her brother! Determined to marry him off so she can move forward with her own life, according to Goddess Peti's rules, she's signed Ekim up with the Interplanetary Love dating agency. Anything to secure her future.

A vid-star, a cop and a matchmaker. Three strong personalities, all determined to win. Let the dice roll and the fun begin…

Warning: This book contains a tongue-in-cheek plot, a little purple-tinged prose and a man-part named Rajah. You have been warned.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940151660099
Publisher: Shelley Munro
Publication date: 01/11/2015
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 414,672
File size: 279 KB

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
,When the description of a book has "tongue-in-cheek plot" plus "man-part named Rajah," you have been warned that this isn't a serious book. And this book is definitely NOT serious! What it is, is a very funny, light-hearted, easy reading book. Perfect book for a stressful day. Does the book have sex? Why yes it does, but it's not HOT sex, in fact, you might say the book is about trying to have sex! There is some world building in it but not a lot, when a book is only 11 chapters you don't devote a chapter to world building! The world building there is, is very whimsical. I liked the part (spoiler alert) (well kind of) where out comes this cinderalla carriage and the beast hauling it takes a big poop on it! Lol I found myself smiling and chuckling while reading the book. You'll smile while reading why Ekim named his man-part Rajah and chuckling at his extremes to avoid reporters. If you like romantic comedies you'll enjoy this book. Just remember the description and bring your sense of humor along for the ride!