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"Hot Alien Love"

Jeb Morr is a man on the run, going from job to job, town to town. But when it's time to relocate again, he can't leave without saying goodbye to Hannah, the waitress he'd stopped in to see each morning.

But saying goodbye flees his mind when he finds her beaten and alone. No way is he going to leave her behind with that abusive boyfriend.

Problem is, Jeb Morr is an escaped alien, in the most literal sense.

Now he and Hannah are both on the run. She, from the abusive boyfriend who wants her back, and Jeb from the brutal alien slave traders that prize Jeb's dwindling species above all others.

Runner's Moon: Jebaral is a wonderful introduction to the Ruinos aliens with hints of more to follow. Hannah and Jebaral are both well-drawn characters who have been wounded, but with acceptance and kindness from each other are able to triumph and find strength together ... along with a little hot alien love.

I'm looking forward to more from the Ruinos aliens.

reviewed by: Clover Autrey, author

Reviewed by Clover Autrey
Posted July 25, 2007

SUMMARY

Five years ago they landed on Earth -- thirty-one aliens, fugitives from a lifetime of hardship, slavery, and cruelty. Now they were dispersed among the populace, unidentifiable because of their shape-shifting abilities. Forms they were locked into during the day, but not at night. Not while under the light of the moon.

Jebaral had watched his people go, frightened children scattered like ashes in the wind. They had landed on this remote world, hoping for a life. A chance to be free. It was all they could hope for.

But when he met Hannah Pitt, something happened. Something totally unexpected. And for the first time in years Jeb realized there were people on this planet in greater need of help. And protection. And freedom.

Yet, there was no way he could turn away from her or from the feelings she evoked in him. But neither could he accept her offer of a future filled with laughter and promise. After all, she was human; he was nothing remotely human. Worse still, the Arra were out looking for their lost cargo and they wouldn't stop until every last body was accounted for. Jeb knew that if finding the runaways meant killing a few unimportant inhabitants, they wouldn't hesitate.

It was only a matter of time until the Arra reached Earth. Could he love Hannah and then leave her to keep her out of harm's way? Or should he abandon her now before committing himself to her, and not take the chance? Would she even accept him for what he truly was?

Little did he realize that all his choices would soon be taken away.

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Genre: Torrid Romance Science Fiction
SubGenre: Torrid Romance Fantasy
Rating: Sensual Romance - Sensual

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Jebaral
(Runner's Moon: Book 1)
by Linda Mooney

Whiskey Creek Press (Torrid)
August 1, 2007
Available: April 1, 2007
ISBN #1603130004
EAN #9781603130004
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