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SISTERS OF EMSHARRA
by Gracie C. McKeever

Genre: Erotic Romance, Multicultural

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McKeever offers two linked novellas featuring futuristic women and human men. The females come across as so strong and foreign that they seem cold and unlikable. Also, readers may need to consult the book's glossary to understand the fantastical terms McKeever uses, which distracts from the story. However, the explosive chemistry and sexual scenarios may be enough to satisfy some readers' appetites.

The "Guardian Seductress" Genesis promised to protect her friend's son, Alex, the child of the forbidden love
of a human male and Inanna female. Three decades later, can Genesis separate her emotions for the adult Alex
from her duties to his late mother?

In "Predator's Salvation," Mateo dreams of a fantasy woman unlike
anyone he's known. LaMia, an Inanna predator, embodies his dreams. But
she's also his enemy, the woman who destroyed his family. (SIREN, Nov. '06., 250 pp., $13.99)

Reviewed By: Jennifer R. Wells-Marani

Publisher: Siren

Published: November 2006

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