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Seize Life by the Testicles.”
The Queen Consort of the Volnoth needs a sperm donor, and only one green-eyed god has the right stuff. Little does she know she has pinned all her hopes on the crown jewels of the fabled Royal Saurian Djinn. Not only is he the son of her greatest enemy, but he has taken a vow of chastity.
“When forced to choose between two evils, pick the one you’ve never tried before.… SEX.”
The Saurian Knight is caught between a problem father who has all the moral integrity of a Mafia Don, and a married Princess who would stop at nothing to have his seed in her belly. No matter which way he turns, he’s “forked.”
“Why would a male both hope for and fear a lover?
…Ah! Inexperience perhaps?”
Taking the wrong lover…in the wrong place, at the wrong time…is
dangerous. And when the High and Mighty intervene, it can be fatal. Can
true love and a pure White Knight’s virtue triumph, when society loves a
right royal scandal?
Knight’s Fork is a futuristic romance which combines a traditional quest story (loosely based on the Greek hero Perseus) with a romance around the issue of genetics and the royal need to breed.
A Princess from a “superior” race was married to an alien Prince as living proof of a political alliance. At the time of the marriage/peace treaty no one thought that the Prince would become King of his people, and that an heir would be necessary. After many fruitless years, the Queen (as she now is) realizes that her only hope of keeping the peace is to find a sperm donor from her own race who has the same eye color as her alien mate’s, whom she can trust, and who is not too closely related to her.
When he says “No!” the stakes are too high for her to give up.
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Rowena Cherry’s Mission Statement:
My goal as a Romance author is to give good value — not a fast read. I expect to provide my readers with six to eight hours of amusement, at least a couple of really good laughs, a romantic frisson or two from the sensual scenes, a thoroughly satisfying HEA, and something to think–or talk– about when the book is finished.
This is a pompous way of saying exactly the same thing that my Eleven Reasons Not To Buy list said.
Did you notice that?
With the economy the way it is, I want to promote certain things about my work.
Humour (or facetiae)
Good value for your pounds or bucks (It should take you 6-8 hours to read)
Only good value if you like intricate plots, bathroom humour (there is more sophisticated
humour too, lots of it) and irreverent handling of male body parts.
Pun, obviously, intended.
#1. Forced Mate,
#2. Insufficient Mating Material,
#3. KNIGHT’S FORK