“Sexy space travel at its finest...[a] phenomenal series.” —Night Owl Reviews for The Cat Star Chronicles
Her love is the one thing he never saw coming…
Sulaksha Enduran is still reeling from the death of her lover. He died of a mysterious plague—and it’s out of control. Sula is determined to find answers on her own, until an impossibly sexy Zetithian saves her life and joins her quest.
Despite the prescient abilities and power over the wind that enable Zetithian mystic Aidan Banadänsk to rescue Sula from certain death, he couldn’t have predicted her unique effect on him. It shrouds her future in mystery…and fills him with unparalleled desire.
But Sula’s investigation has put her in the crosshairs of a deadly conspiracy. With an entire planet’s population at stake, Sula and Aidan must risk it all to save the planet, the galaxy…and each other.
Cat Star Legacy Series:
Maverick (Book 1)
Mystic (Book 2)
What People are Saying about Cheryl Brooks:
“Astounding... Cheryl Brooks is extremely inventive and imaginative.” —Fresh Fiction
"Out-of-this-world sexy...the ultimate reading experience."—Long and Short Reviews
"Scorching hot...keeps you turning pages."—RT Book Reviews
"Wildly imaginative, highly entertaining, and sure to become a classic."—Star-Crossed Romance
This latest addition to Brooks's Cat Star Legacy futuristic romance series will suit lovers of fated pairings and intergalactic incidents. Aiden Banad nsk lives on a world called Rhylos, haunted by visions of his people's future, a power he has denied all his life. When he meets Sula, an anthropology student on the run, his whole world is turned upside down. As Aiden and Sula grow closer, they must also concern themselves with the danger chasing Sula: a cloaked villain is wiping whole worlds clean of life, and Sula is the only living witness to this terrible act. This book has romance; some explicit, sometimes technical, sex scenes; and just enough espionage to move the story forward. It also makes some attempts to talk about prejudice and acceptance, but these pieces are not as well handled. Those who have followed the series will likely enjoy references to familiar characters, and new readers will be able to join in on the fun without feeling like they've missed too much.