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Untouchable Lover

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Description

Bonding to a female shifter is not part of King Noeh’s plan, not until his goddess insists he take a queen by the next full moon or lose his crown. When he rescues a beautiful female from the enemy’s grasp a forbidden attraction blooms, and he must decide between his kingdom and his heart.

***** "Crowned Heart" review from InD'Tale Magazine - Considering how well this book was written, if the rest of the books in the series are as good then this series will be fantastic! 

***** "Top Pick" review from The Romance Reviews - The author does an excellent job of creating this world and its characters and getting the reader invested in the premise. There is an interesting mix of characters that will appeal to those who enjoy stories featuring shifters, vampires and mages. 

***** "Top Pick" review from Night Owl Reviews - The book is a fast paced and enjoyable read. I did not want to stop reading it once I started and the only bad thing I can say about the book is that it ended. 

***** review from Romance Authors that Rock - It reminded me a bit of the black dagger brotherhood in the sense that the Gossum make me think of Ward’s lessers and the warriors fighting them are an ever-dwindling number. This is definitely a book that I will reread and I am looking forward to seeing what happens next in the Lemurian battle for earth. 

Note: For mature audiences.

From Publishers Weekly

Jun 27, 2016 – This clunky debut begins the Worlds of Lemuria: Earth Colony series by placing a stereotypical variety of near-human species in a poorly articulated fantasy setting clearly inspired by role-playing games. Redd wraps the story in the vague context of interstellar colonization: Zedron and Alora, competing gods from the planet Lemuria, have sent these species to Earth to act as pawns in a contest to determine whether the Lemurians will take the precious water of Earth by negotiation or force. King Noeh of Alora’s beast-hearted Stihaya saves vampiric Melissa from the leader of Zedron’s reptilian Gossum and feline Panthera. Noeh protects Melissa in his underground keep, as she is sought by the Panthera leader and is also the target of the universal male attention that comes from being the only fertile female Lemurian in hundreds of years. But the gods’ insistence that Noeh break his childhood vow and take a queen before the next new moon leads him to pursue her himself. Four more species mentioned but not appearing in the Earthside setting telegraph future volumes of the series, but readers have little reason to want to continue beyond this stodgy opener. (BookLife)

Customer Reviews

A rich, vibrant new world with lots of PNR yumminess

This story's set-up is at once familiar (in the best of ways) and uniquely different with some interesting new additions to the PNR genre. We've got the band of (mostly) male warriors who live and fight together, led by a noble albeit troubled king, and the dynamics between the characters and the world-building in this respect is fondly reminiscent of other well-loved PNRs like BBD, Midnight Breeds, LotU etc. Fans of these series will definitely find this book appealing, as it delivers within this popular set-up of characters and storytelling.

The unique aspects are the mythology the author developed for this world, and the details she fleshed out for it. Foreign gods and goddesses actively meddle in the affairs of the non-human races they put on Earth, which are mostly shifter species with magical abilities. I loved reading about all these new and interesting races, and their politics and struggles as they fight for survival beside the oblivious human population.

Though the romance is central to the plot, I'd say the story is definitely very action-driven, and besides the hero and heroine, we also get into the heads of other characters, including the villain and the deities pulling the strings behind the scenes.

A rich, vibrant new world with lots of PNR yumminess--I can abolutely recommend it to fans of PNR and/or Fantasy/Sci-Fi Romance.

Enticing, tasteful, beautiful - LOVE this book.

Fantasy Romance is not my normal genre. However, this book had me hooked from the first few chapters. Rosalie has created interesting characters that I fell in love with from the start, and I would definitely recommend this book to those who love Fantasy Romance, and even those like me that would like to venture out of their norm. The romance scenes are enticing, hot, and very tastefully written. Each character has a unique personality, and I'm sure you will fall in love with them as I have.

Untouchable Lover
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  • Available on iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, and Mac.
  • Category: Paranormal
  • Published: Jan 02, 2016
  • Publisher: Rosalie Redd
  • Seller: Draft2Digital, LLC
  • Print Length: 363 Pages
  • Language: English
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