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Love, From A to Z by Robin Alexander

⭐⭐⭐⭐☆ Robin Alexander books are like a carefully hoarded treat that we dip into when we feel rather deserving. Though this one was...

Across the Dark Horizon by Tagan Shepard


Imagined in painstaking detail and richly described, this sci-fi is so entrenched in the ethos of the possible that it becomes believable.

Earth has run out of many minerals and the moon is a possible mine. The catch is that very few people are willing to spend time on the moon despite lucrative offers. The solution is to make it a penal colony with the prisoners doing the job. Fifty prisoners and a couple of dozen civilians make up the population of Moon Colony. The whole operation is being run by a corporate and Gail Moore is the administrator of the colony. Things blow up when the prisoners riot get themselves heavily armed and threaten the lives of all the civilians. Major Charlie Hawk is assigned to go restore peace and save lives.

Gail and Charlie are attractive, mature women and you feel an immediate liking for them while getting a fell of their hotness too. Both have been shunted around because of their gender and you feel their frustration while sympathising with how hard they must have worked to reach where they have. In the scene where they first come together and have sex, you can feel the depth of their emotions and their (particularly Gail’s) desperation in the face of imminent death.

This is not exactly light, but not particularly heavy either. It is just immersive and a really good read. 


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