The Harvester

The Harvester

by Lynn Crain

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940014795517
Publisher: Shooting Star Books
Publication date: 06/11/2012
Series: Girls Night Out , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 404 KB

About the Author

Lynn Crain has penned over 25 novels in romance in the genres of science fiction, fantasy and contemporary romance, erotic to tame in nature. She always knew that writing was her calling even if it took years at other professions to prove it. She has belonged to EPIC and RWA for more years that she cares to think about. Currently, she lives in Europe while her husband of nearly 30 years pursues his dream of working internationally. Her state-side home is in Nevada where family and friends wait patiently for their return. You can find her hanging out at A Writer In Vienna Blog (www.awriterinvienna.blogspot.com) and various other places on the net (www.theloglineblog.blogspot.com; www.twitter.com/oddlynn3; www.lynncrain.blogspot.com ). Still, the thing she loves most of all is hearing from her readers at .

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The Harvester 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
KittyKelly28 More than 1 year ago
As posted on The Smutty Kitty Reviewed by Michelle B 3.5 out of 5 Licks I was completely drawn into the story of Sky and her two mates Jaxon and Zane. The instant chemistry was so believable that when they had their first sexual encounter it didn’t seem too early. The vivid world the author drew for us was so descriptive I could picture things as clearly as if they were right in front of me. There were so many wonderful elements to the story. First, there was the conflict of a rival Harvester who pushes Sky into returning to her old life, and all the turmoil that would cause, to the encounter with her mother. Her mother, the queen, is very different from what Sky remembered her as, and finally finding out her baby sister had become a Harvester also. We get a chance to see Sky in action as she is confronted by her nemesis, a fellow Harvester, who Sky puts in her place. In that small glimpse you find there is more to Sky than just an amazon-like alien woman who has lots of great gadgets. The author has a wonderful premise of a story, which I truly hope becomes a series. The major downfall of the story is I felt it was too short and there were so many unresolved conflicts that left me wanting. She wrapped the story up, giving us readers our HEA, but left a lot unfinished. Like why the men were killed off on other planets? Who orchestrated the plagues and why? What did her nemesis have to do with it all? Why were her mother and sister not on their home planet? So many things that I wanted answers for were left hanging, but I still enjoyed the story. I hope she plans to write more and give us readers the chance to get all our questions answered.