Jelvia: Not Human Holding out for a Hero book #1 Jelvias have lived alongside humans since time began—or that’s what mankind once thought. Now they are waking up to the invisible technology that had fogged their brains. Beasts. Devil spawn. … Continue reading
Jelvias have been living alongside humans since time began—or that’s what mankind once thought. Now they are waking up to the invisible technology that had fogged their brains.
Beasts. Devil spawn. Aliens. Venomous… are the words used to describe Jelvias. They execute criminals and judge beyond redemption.
Macy Shaw wants to prove there’s more to Jelvias than violent murderers but knows no one will listen to a small-time celebrity reporter such as her—until she catches the eye of her boss and he gives her the job of a lifetime:
Narcifer, the Jelvian Lothario, woo him, seduce him, get a story.
Macy is going to do anything to get that story…even if she risks losing her heart.
Contains adult material.
Over 18 only.
Then the human ship arrived – and Jenny.
With a malfunctioning spacecraft she was in for a fight for her life, but her problems were only just beginning when her crewmates abandon her on Eden.
Jenny’s on her own… or so she thinks.
Jenny’s from Earth. Fly’s from Itor. By a quirk of fate they met. She tamed him and they fell in love. They live idyllic lives in a protected corner of the world away from the wolf-like people and savage tribes of Neanderthals, and when Jenny discovers she’s pregnant they feel things can’t get any more perfect.
But things are changing outside their little kingdom. The wolf-people are disbanding and someone, or something, appears to be hunting the Neanderthals. Fly makes provisions to protect all that’s dear to him, but then he just doesn’t return home. Jenny knows he’s alive somewhere, but alone with her baby daughter, is she equipped to deal with the new horror that awaits her?
This sequel will have you turning the pages wondering if happy ever afters are possible in this conclusion to Eden.
I’ve always thought the answer was gratuitous sex scenes amongst shallow characters, but others have told me it’s an insignificant plot.
So the question is still out there—what constitutes a trashy novel?
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She’s losing her boyfriend.
She can only afford to eat spaghetti hoops on toast.
She’s called Charlie… Charlotte, ginger, ginge, Duracell or carrot.
Yet with all these odds against her, she pushes forward to take the lead story on her paper at London Core.
She doesn’t just get a story.
She becomes the starring role!
‘Past events can be changed but one must be careful of how one does it because it’ll impact on the rest of one’s life.’—Dáire Quin, Modify your Destiny if you Must, 2003 Wide Awake Asleep No one saw Julie’s car … Continue reading
Free on Kindle Unlimited… Wide Awake Asleep If you don’t know where you’re going, you’ll end up where you least expect Village girl Julie Compton couldn’t wait to leave Potterspury, her mum, boyfriend and best friend when they turned against … Continue reading
‘Time travel may be possible for some,
but it happens at impractical times and when you least expect.’―
Dáire Quin, Dark Energy, Dark Matter, 1999
Coming soon… Village girl Julie Compton couldn’t wait to leave Potterspury, neither could she wait to turn her back on her mum, boyfriend and best friend when they cruelly conspired against her and turned her cossetted life upside down and inside … Continue reading
‘I’m scared’, Fly had said. He was never scared. He was her hero. Her rugged hero made up from all the romance books she’d read. Big, bold and beautiful—in an alien kind of way. Jenny’s from Earth. Fly’s from Itor. … Continue reading
‘I’m not angry, moody or resentful. I just don’t like people.’ – Valerie Anthrope. ‘Oh no, I’ve Fallen in Love! comes a warm, tear-jerking story of strong women, bad-turned-good men and the power of friendship. Valerie’s life has been one of … Continue reading
I always thought the answer was gratuitous sex scenes amongst shallow characters, but others have told me it’s an insignificant plot. I Googled the answer and (palpitations!) it brought up chick lit. Chick lit! Surely not the light-hearted books I … Continue reading
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Robinson and Crusoe, The Blue Lagoon, Castaway — I’d read the books and seen the movies. Never thought I’d have my own story to tell, and anyway, you’d think an astronaut would be prepared for such an eventuality, wouldn’t you? We’re trained over months, years, in fact.
Considering this book had only four characters, two of them mainly featured, WOW!!!!! I’ve read this book multiple times it’s so engaging.
The planet Eden was vividly and atmospherically described, the characters were well developed and the plot, although simple, had me hooked.
What an incredibly original and beautiful journey this was! Louise Wise has created a world that was vivid and engaging in so very many ways that I was captivated from the get go. Sci-fi is not my usual genre, but I really enjoyed Eden.
I can’t tell you how much I enjoyed this book. It is both good sci-fi about survival on an alien world, and a good romance novel where the romance is with a scary and dangerous alien man.
I read through this book twice because I loved it so much! It’s an interesting look at prejudice and overcoming it. It’s also a great sci-fi love story!
one of the best i’ve read, absolutely awesome story. going to read it again. Amazon keeps asking for a review, but then wants to tell me how many words i should use to review it.
Imagine being left stranded.No way of getting home.No telephone, no computer, no shelter.No food.Now imagine the place where you’re stranded is another planet.And then you realise you’re not alone after all…
|Beauty and the Beast for grown ups
The fairy tale you never grow out of.