Review: Star Catcher by Kimber Vale

July 6, 2013 Review 0

Review: Star Catcher by Kimber Vale

It seemed like a good plan ... gather females from the planet Earth to be surrogates on a planet where no children have been born in twenty years. Kimber Vale spins a hilarious, sexy, sci-fi romance that will tickle your funny bone.

Lust flares hot and bright when Stella Aims’ world collides with the gorgeous and mysterious Noth Zobor. The tall dark stranger doesn't speak a word of English, but Stella is happy to teach him everything she knows, including a crash course in the universal language of love. Their passion burns down to sweet and smoldering before Stella’s reality is completely spun around.

People aren't always what they seem—but what if they aren't even human?

Concerned that Noth’s been lying to her, Stella searches for him and walks into a trap straight out of a nightmare. When she wakes, she finds the real deception was far worse than she ever suspected, and her lover is not at all what he seems. Forgiving him might be the easiest thing Stella has to do, because getting out alive and saving her fellow humans from captivity and experimentation will be the toughest challenge of her life.

Can lovers from two different planets overcome forces that push them galaxies apart? When the fate of two species hangs in the balance, love may be the only thing strong enough to save them all and give hope for a new future. Lust flares hot and bright when Stella Aims’ world collides with the gorgeous and mysterious Noth Zobor. The tall dark stranger doesn't speak a word of English, but Stella is happy to teach him everything she knows, including a crash course in the universal language of love. Their passion burns down to sweet and smoldering before Stella’s reality is completely spun around.

People aren't always what they seem—but what if they aren't even human?

Concerned that Noth’s been lying to her, Stella searches for him and walks into a trap straight out of a nightmare. When she wakes, she finds the real deception was far worse than she ever suspected, and her lover is not at all what he seems. Forgiving him might be the easiest thing Stella has to do, because getting out alive and saving her fellow humans from captivity and experimentation will be the toughest challenge of her life.

Can lovers from two different planets overcome forces that push them galaxies apart? When the fate of two species hangs in the balance, love may be the only thing strong enough to save them all and give hope for a new future.

Title: Star Catcher
Author: Kimber Vale
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Crossed Hearts
Published by Liquid Silver Books
Source: Author
Published: June 3, 2013
Genres: Erotic Sci Fi Romance
Pages: 105
See the title at Goodreads
Purchase your copy: Visit the Author's Website

Stars: two-half-stars
Flames: four-flames

Star Catcher has a very promising premise. An alien race must look to their planetary neighbors in hopes of saving the race due to reproductive complications that are threatening extinction. The Artanians haven’t carried a pregnancy to term in so long this threat has them looking at the close genetic match of the humans for a surrogacy program.

After seeing the heartache his sister suffers due to her inability to conceive Noth (it’s a double namesake) makes it his life’s work to discover a remedy to the problem that is plaguing the entire planet. They have spent several years planning for both the medical care of the surrogates and the capture and containment of the humans.

After a whirlwind affair with Noth, who she believes is a foreign student who is studying at the same university Stella is in awe that she has found the perfect man. He is the type of caring and compassionate man she has dreamed of her whole life. The fact that his has the most amazing skills in the bedroom is just icing on her impeccable mancake. She knows that he must return home soon, but they know what they have is a once in a lifetime thing so she agrees to wait for his return.

Most of my reads are dark and violent. It’s what I enjoy. Stella’s exuberance shines off the pages. She is one of those people who make the best out of any situation. She is very well matched to Noth. He has left his home planet to find a viable solution to his planets infertility problems. Insert aliens abducting humans for a breeding program and the happy couple with a dire situation felt off. Noth is a good man, a caring soul, so he was doing everything in his power to right the wrong, but the happy and horrific did not provide a good contrast for me.

Kimber Vale

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