This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
While I do enjoy a deep Sci-Fi with an intricate and creative worldbuilding, once in a while I want a change. This was a fun and fast alien romance that doesn’t take itself seriously. It was great for a lighter, low-angst and high smex read.
Noth’s alien race is dying off since his people are dealing with infertility. They search for an alternate answer and discover the race known as humans are compatible. A plan is made to gather a group of human females and experiment with artificial insemination. Noth is the point man who will go to earth and set things up. His plans are derailed a little when he meets and becomes attracted to a sunny, spunky human girl. Will she ever forgive him when she learns what he is doing? Stella thinks she has found the man of her dreams and everything is perfect that is until she discovers that her perfect man isn’t even human.
The story is told from alternate points of view. I liked the plot, but it is definitely not one for those who take their Sci-Fi seriously. However, it is the book for those who love hot, sexy alien heroes and tender-hearted human heroines. I liked both characters and I enjoyed their backstories. It was amusing following along as Noth learned human culture and language from Stella.
I can recommend this who like their stories lighter on the sci-fi and heavier on the spicy romance.
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