Jack Ross, after serving his country in top-secret black ops missions during his early military years, realized the recently-discovered jumperdrive, a device that allows interstellar transportation, had immense possibilities - and not all of them good. The jumperdrive introduced the people of Earth to planets populated with intelligent aliens that resembled animal life-forms from Earth. One of the species, the H'kaah, agreed to a business proposition that allowed select members to live on Earth under the supervision and guidance of human hosts, their "Patrons". This experimental business deal led to an incredible adventure for Ross, the first Patron, and S'leen, his companion, as the two very different species learned to coexist ... and to love. This riveting tale of futuristic possibilities shows that whoever you are or what you've done, your fate isn't necessarily carved in stone, and could possibly be your Redeeming Factor.
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This was a fun and feelgood sort of book, and if the subject matter was a little unusual, and if technical details were a bit glossed over, this is OK as the main focus of the book is the bunny romance of the main character, which takes an unusual twist, and it would be spoiling the book if I gave it away. This book does have some rather gruesome imagery about war, and I wouldn't let anyone under the age of 15 read it for that reason (and also the PG rated love story). But it left a big grin on my face. and there is a lot of love and laughter in this book.