"An enjoyable futuristic debut"
Wulfe is a full blood Bellon and Cat, his estranged mate of
seven years, is also had Bellon blood. Bellons are a
fierce warrior race, bred for fighting earth's wars, but at
the risk of genocide, had fled and made the harsh planet
Bellon their home. Cat, one quarter Bellon and psychic, is
assigned to Wulfe's ship on a covert operation. Cat is
going through a bad time and the psychic link to Wulfe is
driving them both nuts (along with the rest of the crew)
I thoroughly enjoyed this book, but I really really hate it
when a couple are interrupted (so many authors do this) and
C'mon Cherie, you teased that as Cat recovered from her
injury their lovemaking became more fierce, but didn't go
into details. Kill-joy .
Lindsey Webb / February, 2000
Copyright © 2000 for PNR Reviews
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted February 18, 2003
Cat Kincade has vowed never to come within a light year of
her husband again. Until a dying world's plea to the Corps
for help places her on the same team captained by Wulfe
Kincade, her estranged mate, the man who has done his
utmost to destroy her.
Wulfe Kincade can't believe Cat has the audacity to show up
on his ship. He'd make a deal with the devil himself to be
rid of the traitorous wench.
A killer--perhaps more than one--stalks the corridors of
the huge starcruiser. Each death brings the killer closer
to Cat, and Cat closer to the horrifying truth.
Only the re-ignited flame of their love and a perilous
journey to find trust and the truth can save Cat, Wulfe,
those they love, and the world they've pledged to save.
PEARL AWARD 1999
WULFE'S WOMAN - Finalist: Best Futuristic