By all the Lechers of Antiquity, what was a god-Emperor to do when his chosen mate was caught on tape speculating that he was a brute and a bore in bed? Renowned for his sexual prowess all over the galaxy, Prine Tarrant-Arragon had a reputation for depravity to keep up, even if the the reality was a far different story. His personal inclination would be to woo his intended with charm and wit, but politics and Tigron tradition called for abduction followed by swift consummation. Embarking on a skilled seduction with as many moves as an interstellar chess match, Tarrant-Arragon felt confident in his ability to take his queen. But he hadn't counted on the unpredictability of his little Earthling or the startling fact that she would make a pawn of his own heart.
Click review title to read full review
"Power and politics are their world, but love may change this Chess Game of life"
Reviewed by Cy Korte
Posted November 5, 2006
Prince Tarrant-Aragon, the god-Emperor of Tigron, discovers
the only woman who could be his Mate has been hidden on the
planet Earth. He is all-powerful and ruthless and has come
to acquire her. That his Earthling limo driver dares to
make sly observations along the way was Read more...
"Great story with a twist on the Alien abduction Theme!"
Reviewed by Cynthia Eckert
Posted November 21, 2006
If you decide to read FORCED MATE, get ready to have your
nose glued to the pages for a little while, as I couldn't
put this story down!
Prince Tarrant-Aragon is the god-Emperor of Tigron,
equating to the entire galaxy. (Yes, this means he rules us
too Read more...
"original Sci-Fi tale with sparkling humour"
Reviewed by Deborah Macgillivray
Posted January 3, 2007
I just finished re-reading Forced Mate, anticipating the
second in the series coming out in February. Tarrant-
Arragon, is a great Djinn, the next god-Emperor of Tigron.
All the virgins of the universe belong to him. Well,
nothing like having such a heavy burden. The problems
facing the Read more...
"Fun Filled Sci-Fi Romance"
Reviewed by Marilyn Rondeau
Posted January 6, 2007
Prince Tarrant-Arragon of the Royal Djinn was fuming after
he overheard a taped conversation of his chosen mate
discussing what a nasty, disgusting, and thoroughly debased
lover he must be. Not bad enough to have his sexual prowess
besmirched, of which he was extremely proud, but to state
that Read more...
"This futuristic romance boasts a unique approach to the mating game."
Reviewed by Leslie Tramposch
Posted September 30, 2008
Prince Tarrant-Arragon, is a Great Djinn and the next
god-Emperor of Tigron. As such it is his duty to produce
heirs but pure Djinn have become rare, and his choices for a
bride limited. However there is one woman, related though
only half Djinn, who would make a Read more...