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Re: Anyone a Science Fiction Romance fan?
« Reply #25 on: June 16, 2017, 11:38:26 AM »
There's a 99 cents Sci Fi Romance sale this week... http://author.carolvannatta.com/solstice-sfr-99-cent-sale/

It includes the new Ruby Lionsdrake series, Star Guardians. I like her stuff.

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Re: Anyone a Science Fiction Romance fan?
« Reply #26 on: June 19, 2017, 07:25:46 PM »
Here's an SF Romance trilogy that has a pre-release price of $0.99 from Crimson Romance:



I haven't heard of the author, but for that price it might be worth a try.


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Re: Anyone a Science Fiction Romance fan?
« Reply #27 on: June 28, 2017, 03:06:45 PM »
On a lark I picked up one of those alien abduction sci-fi romance books with the typical beefcake cover and wound up finding a really interesting world consisting of three races who were cursed by a goddess in different ways. One lost their food, one lost their ability to birth females, and the other went crazy. There's this whole political and survival thing going on in the background when a slaver race finds Earth. The discovery that Earth women are compatible starts an explosion of events that could either destroy all these civilizations or ultimately save them.

The books are by M.K. Eidem. I think a couple had bad formatting issues but the rest read fine. There is a series for each of the non-crazy races - The Tornians and the Kaliszians. She also has a third series which is about a few human survivors from a destroyed Earth.


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Re: Anyone a Science Fiction Romance fan?
« Reply #28 on: June 28, 2017, 04:01:08 PM »
On a lark I picked up one of those alien abduction sci-fi romance books with the typical beefcake cover and wound up finding a really interesting world consisting of three races who were cursed by a goddess in different ways. One lost their food, one lost their ability to birth females, and the other went crazy. There's this whole political and survival thing going on in the background when a slaver race finds Earth. The discovery that Earth women are compatible starts an explosion of events that could either destroy all these civilizations or ultimately save them.

The books are by M.K. Eidem. I think a couple had bad formatting issues but the rest read fine. There is a series for each of the non-crazy races - The Tornians and the Kaliszians. She also has a third series which is about a few human survivors from a destroyed Earth.


They do look interesting, but I am really concerned about the many mentions of editing issues. That is one strike already and then I see that some had issues with the present tense, which is not something I like reading. That is 2 strikes for me. I just don't think I want to deal with obvious editing issues anymore at this point. As much as I hate present tense, I'd overcome that over editing stuff. Baffling to me that someone would put stuff out like that. Those reviews come from folks I trust on goodreads and those I don't know. Just too many mention it. Sigh. Not like its hard enough as it is to find decent SFR.

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Re: Anyone a Science Fiction Romance fan?
« Reply #29 on: July 17, 2017, 07:24:19 PM »
This is free now



Some reviewers call it more space opera than SFR. Diener is suppose to be a good one though.

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