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NOTHING ON EARTH
RACHEL CLARK
ISBN#: 1610342801
February 2011
Siren Publishing
http://www.sirenpublishing.com
E-book
$4.99
105 Pages
Erotic Romance, Menage a Trois/Quatre, Science Fiction
Rating: 3 Cups

Tara Wilson is having a boring life. Her neighbor John is about to make it worse.

John and Alec are her neighbors, though she has only seen and spoken to John. They are something else as well, something she is about to discover.

When Tara’s neighbor, John, begins frantically knocking on her door one night and insisting “they” are coming for her, she thinks he has lost his mind. Certain she is about to be kidnapped or worse, she fights him with everything she has, only to find herself in a dark room tethered to the wall. Certain her worst nightmare is about to occur, she is stunned to discover another man who clearly does not know much English. When she realizes he is with John, she is less than enthused, but figures if she can play along for a bit she might be able to talk Alec into either helping her escape or, if not that, at least lulling him into a sense of security and then take her chance when it comes. But it is not long before she discovers the two men are right. Now she has to make a decision, trust two men not of her world, or take her chances in her own world and possibly get caught by their enemies.

'Nothing On Earth' is well-written sci-fi romance. The characters are well developed, and the love scenes are scorching. I would have liked a bit more on the culture and background of Alec and John’s home world, but what was revealed was enough to explain why they were trying so hard to rescue Tara. I’m hoping for a sequel where maybe more will be revealed about this particular world and its troubles. I am also hoping for more on the secondary characters. All in all, this is a satisfying love story with plenty of action and most definitely worth the read.

Regina
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