The Girl In The Box

The Girl In The Box

by Janet Miller
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The Girl In The Box by Janet Miller

Amirilla Asteras's only constant friends had been the stars she's lived among, until she started a long-distant relationship with Ganth Doranth, who operates a Gaian freighter with his father. Both had agreed early on to audio-only communications so she's never seen Ganth, but he's wormed his way into her heart anyway. Unfortunately Ganth is a Gaian man and must attach to a suitable woman, someone whole and healthy, and Ammi has been confined to a motorized box-like wheelchair all of her life.

She knows her misshaped legs should keep her and Ganth apart and she dreads having to tell him the truth about her, but the tricky Gaian man has something else on his mind and seems determined to meet her in person, whether she wishes it or not. He has his own plans for the girl in the box.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940045094252
Publisher: Janet Miller
Publication date: 03/17/2012
Series: Gaian Stories , #5
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 234,104
File size: 196 KB

About the Author

Janet Miller, often known as Cricket Starr, is the author of over twenty-seven titles at Ellora’s Cave, Samhain, Red Sage, and New Concepts Publishing. These titles include the 2004 PRISM award winning Violet Among The Roses, 2011 PRISM award winning Bad Dog and the Babe, and 2006 EPPIE award winning All Night Inn. She has two Romantic Times Top Picks and nominees for the RT Reviewers’ Choice Award for Beloved Enemy under her Janet Miller name, and Fangs For The Memories by Cricket Starr. Janet specializes in futuristic romance under her own name and futuristic, fantasy, and paranormal romance under the pen name Cricket Starr. Not all of her books are erotic, but she knows a good love scene when she reads or writes it.

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The Girl In The Box 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A free 35 page well-written sci-fi tale of a disabled communications member aboard a space station, and her friend the Gaian crew member of a space transport. Suitable for young readers. An excerpt from the original story provided.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Very short, but sweet. Takes place many years after Promises to Keep. Would love to read more Gaian stories... Hope some more come out soon.
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