Review: Mating Net


The Prologue makes you breathless! Rowena Cherry wastes no time in sweeping you into the sci-fi fantastical world she's created, and into the mind and body of ‘the greatest of the Great Djinn, the god-Emperor Djohn-Kronos,' who is ‘rut-enraged' and determined to take a virgin to wife.

Not just any virgin, mind you, but one that has been promised to his identical twin brother. Yeah, baby, you get an immediate insight into the competitive relationship those two brothers share.

Quick imagery puts you in the cockpit of Djohn-Kronos's craft, letting you know that he is also a pilot of skill, while he sweeps over the planet—eyeing and spying his target in the Tigron school for virgin princesses—where they swim naked in murky gravity-defying pools, where a bio-dome covers to keep their virginal scents from floating up to make the Djinn sexually crazy. Oh yeah, and that also keeps him out. But he's a Djinn.

And we already know that he's the “Great Djinn,” and the greatest of those.
So, uh, yeah. He's not letting a flimsy little bio-dome keep him down. Er, up.
You know what I mean. He's already up, flying high, and ready to do the great thing. I already mentioned that he was rut-enraged, right?

So, the prologue ends with us poised on the end of our seats, knowing that this great Djinn is getting ready to poke his head into what? Virgin territory? Love and war?

I'm not gonna encapsulate the whole story. I'll just say…if ya like fantasy, and fast thinking, pick this one up.

CARYS WELDON'S REVIEW,
Feb. Newsletter SNEAK PEEK

carysweldon.com


 

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