Star Catcher by Kimber Vale

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Long Distance Relationships in the Space Age

Remember when you went off to college and you swore nothing would ever come between you and that guy you were dating? Remember how it took you about three weeks to figure out you needed to shake that dude off your jock, and another two to make it happen nicely (sic). Well, how about a long-D with a dude from another planet? How do you make something like that work?
Well, for one thing, the sex has got to be worth it. The alien in question must be hung hotter and harder than any Earth guy you’ve ever met. That’s right—I said it. We were all thinking it. Big brackligg = our willingness to drive further and work harder at this crazy little thing called trans-galactic love. If it’s mind-blowing snoo snoo, we might even take a commuter ship to the planet Artanos, wedged in the middle of the Qobrin galaxy. Yes, a hot bod and a willing tongue can make us do crazy things, like brave sitting beside those otherworldly commuters with creeping-tentacles for an eighteen hour space ride.
Secondly, our alien boyfriend’s gotta have a sense of humor. If he isn’t all that fun to talk to, he may be able to play the guitar to make up for it—but odds are, even guitar sexiness will wear off if the guy can only tell jokes that would be too lame to be printed on a Popsicle stick. If he thinks everything you say is magic, well then that works, too. If he’s funny and believes you’re the hottest, smartest, and most engaging asteroid to ever land in his lap—Houston, we have a winner.
Thirdly, he needs to drive a decent space craft. None of this, “My parental figure gave me his old air-ship when he purchased a new one, and it is a perfectly acceptable means of transportation.” No. That tin can couldn’t reach Mach Ten if he hitched it to the back of Halley’s Comet. And when it needs a new muffler, he’ll either have to ask daddy dearest for the krobek to pay for it, or he’ll be pissing off every planet this side of the worm hole with his noise pollution. Either way, not interested. We all know this guy. All of the sudden, it’s not him, it’s you, and you’re thanking your lucky stars he lives halfway across the universe.
Finally, we can make an intergalactic relationship work if we meet the fella, fall in love, and then are accidentally abducted by a ruthless military leader from our sexy alien’s home planet. When he helps us escape, along with a bunch of other Earth women, and apologizes for taking part in such a nefarious scheme, we’ll realize that a man (or alien) who’s able to say he’s sorry is a rare gem indeed (especially if he has a big brackligg and a bod hot enough to fry an egg on) and worth his weight in arumia.
He may even be good enough to warrant the rental of an intergalactic U-Haul.

Bio: Kimber Vale writes erotic romance of all stripes, from het sci/fi to hot manlove. Her first novel-length release, Star Catcher, will be available from Liquid Silver Books on June 3, 2013. Come for the sex. Stay for the story. www.kimbervale.com

Blurb for Star Catcher by Kimber Vale:

Lust flares hot and bright when Stella Aims’ world collides with the gorgeous and mysterious Noth Zobor. The tall dark stranger doesn’t speak a word of English, but Stella is happy to teach him everything she knows, including a crash course in the universal language of love. Their passion burns down to sweet and smoldering before Stella’s reality is completely spun around.
People aren’t always what they seem—but what if they aren’t even human?
Concerned that Noth’s been lying to her, Stella searches for him and walks into a trap straight out of a nightmare. When she wakes, she finds the real deception was far worse than she ever suspected, and her lover is not at all what he seems. Forgiving him might be the easiest thing Stella has to do, because getting out alive and saving her fellow humans from captivity and experimentation will be the toughest challenge of her life.
Can lovers from two different planets overcome forces that push them galaxies apart? When the fate of two species hangs in the balance, love may be the only thing strong enough to save them all and give hope for a new future.

Okay, now that our readers are intrigued, how about that giveaway Kim?

How about winner’s choice of a pink or blue crystal stretch ring? Any new follower of my blog (www.kimbervale.wordpress.com) for the week of May 17th 2013 to May 24th will be eligible. If they comment on your blog they get a double entry.

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9 comments on “Star Catcher by Kimber Vale

  1. Reblogged this on Kimber Vale and commented:
    Long Distance Relationships in the Space Age: My guest post on Rhonda L. Print’s blog with a crystal stretch ring giveaway! Comment/follow my blog to be entered!

  2. Pingback: Long Distance Relationships in the Space Age & Ring #giveaway | Kimber Vale

  3. Sounds intriguing…I could use some new space fantasy material since my Hans Solo poster has faded to the point of blank paper.

  4. Thanks to everyone who commented here and/or stopped over at my blog. I’ll be contacting a winner shortly, so keep an eye on your inbox. Happy reading, all! 🙂

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