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Ebook Details
  • 10/2019
  • 9781393567639 B07Z2L7BG1
  • 304 pages
  • $3.99
Paperback Details
  • 12/2019
  • 978-1951091019
  • 284 pages
  • $13.99
Audio Details
  • 03/2013
  • 978-1951091026
  • 284 pages
  • $19.95
Moving Jack
When a benign alien species arrives to relocate humans off of a supposedly dying Earth, Jack, the geeky, snarky, and vampire-in-hiding female leader-of-the-resistance-to-relocation butts heads and other body parts with Tarc, the stubborn, controlling, alpha leader of the aliens. Hilarity, uncontrollable sexual entanglement, and blood letting ensue. Warning – this book contains sarcastic AI, prophetic t-shirts, and a profound appreciation for pizza.
Reviews
Mars (“Frisky Connections” in Eight Kisses) kicks off her Love Wars series with aplomb in this funny, ultrasteamy paranormal science fiction romance. In 2025, Tarc (a member of the Staraban species and commander of the Alien Relocation Cooperative) is trying to save humanity by relocating them from a dying Earth when he discovers geek-girl vampire (and anonymous dating blogger) Jack Daniels hacking into alien computers. Raven-haired, golden-skinned Tarc is unaware of Jack’s leadership in HARM (Humans Against Relocation Movement), and the two are launched into an all-out battle, caught between their explosive chemistry and individual allegiances. Mars sets up her protagonists to be enemies on the surface, but when HARM becomes convinced the Vrolan (the alien race that hired the Staraban to relocate Earth) are operating under false pretenses, their causes unite.

The novel’s twist on vampire lore—vampires don’t instantly turn to dust in the sun, but will fatally overdose on it if they stay outside too long—is fun, allowing Jack to move around undetected and making for some high-stakes scenarios. Jack’s self-esteem issues make her character more believable, and Tarc’s experience with an ill-fated romance adds depth to his personality. And their couplings are frequent, energetic, and highly orgasmic.

The sassy characters’ camaraderie is a treat (Jack’s snarky personal assistant link, Hal, routinely fires off sarcastic, witty observations), and Mars throws in original and genuinely clever byplay between Earth women, the groundwork for future couples in the series, and the Starabans’ love of “peet-zza.” This paranormal is light, sexy interspecies fun.

Takeaway: Fans of funny, strongly erotic paranormal science fiction romances will eat this one up.

Great for fans of: Christopher Moore’s vampire trilogy, MaryJanice Davidson, Shelly Laurenston.

Production grades
Cover: C+
Design and typography: B
Illustrations: N/A
Editing: C-
Marketing copy: B

Formats
Ebook Details
  • 10/2019
  • 9781393567639 B07Z2L7BG1
  • 304 pages
  • $3.99
Paperback Details
  • 12/2019
  • 978-1951091019
  • 284 pages
  • $13.99
Audio Details
  • 03/2013
  • 978-1951091026
  • 284 pages
  • $19.95

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