The Huntress by Barbara Karmazin
Liquid Silver Books, 2004
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The Huntress is an erotic science fiction romance with a unique alien hero. Rulagh is an exo-biologist who works for the Interstellar Humane Society. He has discovered that tourists visiting a banned world called Earth have lost six pets. These creatures are dangerous to Rulagh's species, and could be devastating to the ecology of Earth. When he reports his findings, he is sent to recover the animals.
Sonia Rodriguez has inherited her father's wealth and business interests in Puerto Rico. When she arrives, bummed out after being ripped off by her former boyfriend, she finds a surprise visitor in her father's mansion. Before her father died of cancer, he took in a young man who helped care for him during his last months. But the man is far from human. Rulagh is a reptilian mammal who emits pheromones, a scent that attracts Sonia and helps bind her to him.
Their relationship develops, and they connect on every level, mind, spirit, and body. Trust and compassion unite these two and bring a level of physical intimacy beyond anything humanly possible.
This is a highly erotic book, well-written and easy to read. Imagine what a lover can do with a forked tongue he can wrap around certain parts of a woman's anatomy. If you are looking for a great romance, great science fiction, a plausible plot, and a truly hot, alien hero, check out the Huntress.
The review of this Book prepared by Kayelle Allen