PRAISE FOR THE CAT STAR CHRONICLES:
"Hot and yummy...this is a series that just gets better and better."—Night Owl Romance
THEY'RE GALAXIES APART...
Even for a Zetithian, Tarq Zulveidinoe's sexual prowess is legendary. Believing it's all he's good for, Tarq sets out to perpetuate his threatened species by offering his services to women across the galaxy...
BUT ONE FORCE CAN BRING THEM TOGETHER...
Lucinda Force is the sensitive dark horse in a self-absorbed family, repeatedly told that no man will ever want such a plain woman. Lucy longs for romance, but is resigned to her loveless lot in life—until Tarq walks through the door of her father's restaurant on Talus Five...
MORE PRAISE FOR THE CAT STAR CHRONICLES:
"Full of humor and love...almost too hot to hold."—Bookloons
"High caliber entertainment from beginning to end...I couldn't put it down."—Whipped Cream Erotic Reviews
"You will laugh, fall in love with an alien or two, and be truly agog at the richness Ms. Brooks brings to her worlds."—Long and Short Reviews
A catlike alien finds romance with a human woman in Brooks s eighth Cat Star Chronicles tale (after Virgin). Handsome but illiterate Tarq Zulveidione serves as an interstellar stud, seeking to repopulate his almost-destroyed Zetithian race via interbreeding. Lucy Force, trapped by her overbearing father as a waitress in her family s restaurant, thinks bearing a litter of half-Zetithian triplets would be the perfect escape. Immediate sexual encounters lead quickly to love, challenged by Lucy s desire for freedom and Tarq s struggle to feel worthy of her. The 30th-century setting on planet Talus Five is improbably similar to present-day Earth, complete with Kentucky Fried Chicken and blue jeans. More significantly, Lucy and Tarq s delay in acknowledging each other s feelings is so drawn-out as to feel forced and artificial, and Tarq s distractingly exotic genital anatomy is notably more creative and engaging than the characters or plot.