|4 Heart Review|
Genre: Romance/ Science Fiction
Publisher: Lyrical Press
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Step into the world of Urloon where the locals live both in and out of the water. When a ship becomes disabled in space the crew must land on Urloon to survive.
On the ship Svana couldn't even consider having a relationship with the captain. Now that she and Liam are moving on into a new life on Urloon she has had to keep her growing feelings for her former captain to herself.
That is until the night of the special fertility festival, now the possibilities are open because Svana isn't the only one who has kept their feelings to themselves.
I liked the new world descriptive paragraphs and dialog. The story fills in a lot of detail on the world that might make a good future series.
Two weary refugees, two moons and a life-changing fertility festival. Watch out for a whole lot of sensuality. Under normal circumstances, Svana, non-military maintenance crew, and Captain Liam Ringel, a highly respected military instructor, would never have crossed paths. A sudden anomaly, however, thrusts them into deep space where they are rescued by the inhabitants of an exotic and isolated waterworld, Urloon.
With no rescue forthcoming, the refugees can choose between adapting to the sea or farming the land. Svana is saddened when her budding friendship with Liam changes due to their different choices. However, when they are invited to an alien fertility festival, the Moonfest, they are given the opportunity to create a memory that will impact and intertwine both their futures.
WARNING: Alien fertility festival, aurora lights, dancing alien beasts, body paints and hot pheromones. M/F Sensual.