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On the Bookshelf: Inherit the Stars by Laurie A. Green (Plus a sneak peak!) February 6, 2016

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Whiskey With My Book review site selects INHERIT THE STARS as one of its Favorite SciFi Romance Reads of 2015!

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The Whiskey With My Book blog header is currently featuring a picture I took of my bookshelf.  On it are several SciFi Romance and Steampunk Romance titles.  These are all favorites of mine and wonderful 5-star adventures, so they will be featured in several posts over the next few weeks.

Choosing favorites is always difficult to me.  So when asked to choose my favorite SciFi Romance reads of 2015, I actually came up with three.  Two of those books are included in my bookshelf photo.  Today, I’m featuring one of those books.

Last year I was introduced to the books of Laurie A. Green.  Inherit the Stars is the type of epic SciFi Romance Adventure Space Opera that hooked from on page one and didn’t let go, until long after I had finished the book.

Inherit the StarsBook Blurb:  STEAMY SCIENCE FICTION ROMANCE…JUST WHAT THE GALAXY ORDERED!

To escape the merciless Ithian Alliance, Sair, a fugitive slave…

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Farewell Andromeda by Laurie A. Green February 2, 2016

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Zhurrat Reviews

Farewell to AndromedaSource: Own collection
Format: Kindle ebook
Rating:  4 Stars
Reviewer: Laurel

Fresh off a painful jilting, the last thing deep space pilot Tiharra Bell needs is another romantic entanglement. Certainly not with the galaxy’s most famous astronomer-who also happens to be single, inconveniently handsome, and a resident of the remote Andromeda Station. But Tiharra soon discovers two terrible truths about Dr. Dante “Donner” Dane 1) he’s not the man he appears to be and 2) he doesn’t have long to live. Before her fourteen day layover is complete, she’ll put her life and career on the line to protect his heartbreaking secret.

I usually come down hard on books that are written in first person; there are very few authors whose first-person works I like. This book totally snuck under my radar. It was only when a friend mentioned it post-read that I had to go back and check that yes…

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