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Thursday, October 8, 2009

Starstruck Hunter by Michelle Lauren

Starstruck Hunter by Michelle Lauren
Publisher: Liquid Silver Publishing
Genre: Action/Adventure, Contemporary, Paranormal, Sci-Fi/Fantasy
Length: Short Story (49 pgs)
Other: M/F
Rating: 4 Cherries
Review by Fern

When twenty-four year old celestial star Miranda Snow crash lands on Earth, a place where humans hunt and kill her kind for their life-prolonging energy, she doesn’t know who to trust. Danger is everywhere. Her only hope for survival lies in the unlikely arms of ex-star hunter Noah Benson. Tall, dark and jaded, his touch sparks her passion and melts her defenses.

Ten years ago, Noah lost everything in one night: his freedom, his friends and all hopes of a future in his chosen career. Now he is driven by revenge against the man responsible, a ruthless killer determined to claim Miranda – something Noah refuses to let happen. But when faced with an impossible choice, will he be able to protect Miranda or will he lose her for good?
If you’re searching for an erotic story that is unique, captivating, and thoroughly enjoyable, please consider picking up a copy of Starstruck Hunter. Michelle Lauren has created a world that doesn’t stop at the earth’s atmosphere, extending far beyond the paranormal. There is an entire universe watching and waiting, and those twinkling lights you see in the distance are more than shiny decorations.

In literature, there are many creatures that have had the misfortune of being hunted for the light that radiates from within, such as unicorns, fairies, and sprites. But the concept of fallen stars has always been one I've been drawn to. There is something so mysterious and alluring about celestial creatures that glow, exuding a power that thrives totally on happiness. But it is the purity within that condemns them, because at its center, is the light of life – literally. It’s good for evil, light for dark, and maintaining that precarious balance. For that reason alone, Starstruck Hunter is exceptional.

Though the plot is fairly simple–hero falls in love with the woman he’s doomed to betray, while she falls in love with a man that isn’t what he seems–it flows at a nice brisk pace. There is just enough detail to keep your interest, and there are tons of steamy pages along the way to satisfy erotica cravings. You’ll enjoy exploring this new and beautiful world, and more importantly, you’ll love the protagonists that guide you through it.

Fantasy fans will love Starstruck Hunter.

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