Review: Lust By Moonbeam by Cynthia Sax

Lust By Moonbeam by Cynthia Sax
Release Date: October 19, 2011
Publisher:  Ellora’s Cave
Pages: 72
Source:  ebook provided by the publisher

Cathy arrives at Moonbeam, the Roswell of the North, with one goal-to prove the mysterious dead tree circles are not caused by UFOs. Meeting a devastatingly handsome lumberjack with unusual blue and green eyes is a bonus. He thinks he’s an alien, but that doesn’t bother Cathy. She can tolerate a little crazy in a one-night stand, especially since Rellec claims her body as no sane man ever has-with the hungry touch of forever.

Rellec arrives at Moonbeam with one goal-to retrieve his assigned mate, ensuring the continuation of his species. Having trained long and hard for his erotic mission, he is determined to satisfy his tiny human female and overcome her objections with out-of-this-world passion.

Failure is not an option.

 

Review: Lust by Moonbeam is a great read.

Cathy and Rellec are lonesome. Cathy is lonesome because her parents died when she was young and was placed in the system. She’s never felt that she really belonged and has never set roots down.

Rellec is lonesome because he was placed on Earth to find his mate. All his family is back on his home planet. He finds Cathy who is his mate. He needs to win her love so that his mission is complete and he can go home.

When these two are brought together they complete the other. I enjoyed seeing them find out about the other. When Cathy see’s Rellec’s true form it doesn’t bother her and she falls in love with him for himself.

This was a great mini story. I really wished it had been longer. I hated when I came to the end.

I really enjoy reading Cynthia Sax’s books. Thanks for such an enjoyable read.