MY MAN MICHAEL
Foster creates an intriguing view of an earthly future, though lack of history
keeps this world from appearing realistic. Those looking for another contemporary romance involving the members of the SBC will be disappointed. The hero is arrogant but does improve over the course of the story. There is bit of mystery and some fascinating secondary characters.
She soon discovers that although Michael is a good warrior, he's stubborn about women. It's not long before Kayle is at war with Michael to keep the identity and respect she's fought for. (BERKLEY, Feb., 352 pp., $7.99)