"FANTASTIC short futuristic"
What's a Royal Tigron Princess to do? She'd been wedded and
bedded- very publicly- to the wrong Djinn. Instead of Prince
Devoron Vitan, Helispeta awoke to Djohn-Kronos. To despise
her mate was unthinkable, to leave him treason. What were
her options? Life beneath the heaving, sadistic Tigron ruler
or one of exile in the arms of her love. Would she risk it
all to be with the man who loved her and whom she loved in
She wasn't her grandfather's favorite granddaughter for
What can I say, but "FANTASTIC!" Short though it may be,
Rowena Cherry's MATING NET moves at her trademark "warp"
speed, hurling the reader deeper into her universe of
political machinations and Royal Skullduggery. The cast of
characters is as broad as the backdrop against which a
magnificent story unfolds.
I love a good futuristic and MATING NET is a tightly woven
story set against a luxurious alien landscape, the utter
chill of deep space, and the politics of High Court. If
you're a fan of the author's Alien Djinn stories, you'll
find that MATING NET is a requirement. Not only because it
fills in some gaps in the mythology itself, but also because
it's one excellent love story.
Reviewed by Brenda Clark
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted February 18, 2006