Science Fiction Romance

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Hello Gorgeous!

No, I did not make a mistake in the page count for Hello Gorgeous It has 195 pages, and a few teasers for other Brava books. And it is $14.00. For that amount, I could have bought three Silhouette Desire titles and had a bit of change left over. If you've read any of MaryJanice Davidson's Und ...

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Irresistible Forces

Anthology
This book was featured in Pandora's Box for February 2004 Irresistible Forces is an anthology of SF/Fantasy romances from six authors. I am reading this as a bit of a newbie since I have not read any book by three of the authors and only one by another. Based on these stories, it looks like I may ha ...

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Irresistible Forces

Anthology
There is a staff review of this book as well Irresistible Forces is an Alternate Reality Romance anthology comprised of stories from several noted SF and Romance authors. Winterfair Gifts by Lois McMaster Bujold features characters from her Miles Vorkosigan saga, and involves two bodyguards who f ...

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The Star Princess

The Star Princess is an excellent romance, the relationship between the hero and heroine a delightful sparring match similar to that of Gable and Colbert's in the movie It Happened One Night. But when the two are not center-stage, the action flags and attention wanders. Che Vedla i ...

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Contact

As a 747 pilot for United Airlines, there is little doubt that Susan Grant has been forced to confront more directly than most of us the enormous changes September 11, 2001 brought to our world. Drawing on her unique credentials and front-line perspective, Susan Grant has delivered a story of unusua ...

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Body Electric

No one could ever accuse Susan Squires of being in a rut. Danegeld, her first book, was a Dark Ages Medieval about the Saxons and Vikings. Her second, Sacrament, involved a vampire during the Regency. Now she tackles artificial intelligence in the near future. Victoria "Vic" Barnhardt works fo ...

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The Star Prince

The Star Prince picks up Susan Grant's futuristic world seven years after The Star King ends. Ian Hamilton has been picked by his alien stepfather to be Crown Prince for the Galaxy and has been sent on a mission to the frontier and Earth. He unknowingly hires a runaway Vash Princess as his sky pilot ...

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The Star Prince

Susan Grant's latest novel The Star Prince, sequel to last year's The Star King, places likable and sympathetic characters in interesting intergalactic societies, with intriguing political plots. Despite a too-easy ending, this book kept me turning pages throughout. Tee'ah Dar is a ...

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Pilots Choice

In the 1980s, Lee and Miller published three novels (unread by me) set in the Liaden Universe. Del Rey dropped the series, but the novels have been re-published by Meisha Merlin, along with Pilots Choice, which contains two previously-unpublished adventures in the series. They are of the sub-genre k ...

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The Phoenix Code

As in The Veiled Web, author Asaro once again delves into a future where artificial intelligence is a reality with all the moral and ethical dilemmas it brings. Dr. Megan O’Flannery is an expert in the field of artificial intelligence, particularly where androids are concerned. W ...