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Jewels (original 2010; edition 2010)

by Lakisha Spletzer, JD Hollyfield (Illustrator)

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Title:Jewels
Authors:Lakisha Spletzer
Other authors:JD Hollyfield (Illustrator)
Info:CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (2010), Paperback, 244 pages
Collections:Your library, Science Fiction, Romantic
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Tags:Gooey romance, Psionic, Science fiction

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Jewels by Lakisha Spletzer (2010)

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I discovered the Adopt an Indie website, and I thought I gave it a shot. I love science fiction, so I picked up this book. Attention: spoilers.

First, I must say I expected a science-fiction story. Telepaths, aliens, warriors, space war – what else it could be? Actually it is more. It is a paranormal romance science-fiction book. Yes, there are telepathy involved, but in a higher level than just “talking with your mind”. Yes, there are aliens in the book, though it is funny that cat-like aliens fight with dog-like ones. And yes, there are space ships and war, though that part could last longer for my taste.

Being a man, I’m not expert in romance (didn’t I say this earlier?), but as far as I can tell, the romance worked just fine. At the end, I believed that the human woman fell in love with the cat prince, and their love and desire became fulfilled.

I liked that the telepathy was taken to a higher level. Those characters possessing this ability, not only communicated with each other, but could apply bigger mental forces. I found the mental shielding mate role interesting.

I missed some more sci-fi, though. But I know it’s just me, being science-fiction fan.

There is one thing I should mention: there were too much telling instead of showing. I would have appreciated more showing during action, it would make the book more dynamic and enjoyable.

I give three stars. This is just because I’m fan of pure sci-fi. If you like romance and paranormal stories more, you may give it better rating. ( )
  Meszim | Nov 15, 2011 |
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