"Terrific futuristic romance"
Mira has mixed feelings about being one of the nine women
chosen for Project Rejuvenation; on the one hand she knows
the importance of achieving the objective that could mean
saving her species, but on the other she hates leaving her
home world and family to find her suitable chosen mate on
that backwater planet earth. Still duty calls so she says
goodbye to her dad, the highest ranked elder.
On earth, Mira wastes no time in meeting her objective of
mating with Lucas Diamond, Director of the Division of
Interstellar Activity. He cannot resist her siren's call
starting with her elevator proposition. As the couple falls
in love, Mira knows that once he finishes her mission by
impregnating her, she knows leaving for home will break her
heart even if though she will be carrying a piece of him.
The final tale in the wonderful "Starlight" trilogy is a
terrific futuristic romance that fans of both series,
especially those who enjoy first contact tales will
appreciate. Mira and Lucas is a perfect couple from that
first special kiss until she explains all to her beloved.
Hopefully, Judi McCoy does not wait fifteen years before
providing her audience with a follow up on the other six
females who sought their ideal breeder on planet earth.
Reviewed by Harriet Klausner
Posted August 25, 2005
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted November 26, 2006