"An enjoyable story with plenty of suspense"

Destiny is everything on the planet Zura and human emotion is scorned. Barak, a half human half Zuran commander is told his destiny is to travel to earth and claim newspaper reporter Allie Stanislawski as his mate or be banished forever.

Fifty years ago Barak's grandfather kidnapped his mate from earth causing the woman to go mad. Barak decides the only way he can avoid the same fate for Allie is to convince her to come willingly, but first he has to get rid of an ex- fiancée and convince Allie that aliens do exist.

This was a highly enjoyable story with plenty of suspense. The interaction between the two main characters was wonderful as the pair search for clues into the disappearance of Allie's cheating slob of an ex-fiancée, Cody Walker. Allie's concern for Cody gradually increases along with her suspicion of Barak as she begins to uncover the facts. I thought Barak's struggle with his human side was well portrayed as he begins to comprehend the effects his plans will have both on Allie and on those she will leave behind.

BLUE DAWN stands as an individual story, however there is a sequel called CRAZY IN CHICAGO featuring Cody Walker.

PNR Reviews © Copyright April 2002
Reviewed by Barbra Small

Reviewed by Barbara Small
Posted May 11, 2002


Blue Dawn
by Norah-Jean Perkin

Fiction Works
May 11, 2001
ISBN #1581244061
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