Sci-Fi Erotic Romance
Blurb: Half-breed Sierra must marry a prince from another planet in hopes she will someday be reunited with her enslaved love.
Sierra Sky is a half-breed of human and Klenarian but has been raised on Earth. Her father is king, and she is betrothed to the prince of a nearby warring kingdom on the far distant planet of Klenar.
The problem is she is in love with her protector, Dathu, who is from another planet of enslaved humanoids similar to Earthlings. She is forced to travel to Klenar and marry a man she does not know in hopes that someday she will be reunited with her love.
Along the way, she discovers more about her heritage and how exciting sex with aliens can be.
Review: Sierra Sky by Jude Liebermann is a fun,quick read. The story starts with a strong hook that grabs you and makes you want to read on to discover more. The characters are intriguing. The plot is fast paced. Sierra, the heroine is a young woman who, after briefly losing her memory, discovers her life is about to change and not for the better. Forced into an arranged marriage to a handsome but brutal man, Sierra longs for a life with her protector and guardian, Dathu. Unfortunately, as a Klenar princess her destiny is to unite the feuding sky and sea realms. In order to do this, she must consummate her marriage to the sea prince, Volka and give birth to his heir. Volka has a hidden agenda, one that could lead to Sierra's death, unless Dathu, a mere Pricosling slave, can break his binds and save her. The sex is hot and varied, not to mention creative in spots.
The only fault I could find in the story were a few bunny trails. The author alluded to several deeper plot twists that never actuated. For example, there seems to be a mystery surrounding the marriage of Sierra's parents. Her mother makes a reference to having to learn to love Sierra's father. As a reader, I found myself hungering for more back story. Although, the bunny trails do not take away from the over all plot, I hope Ms. Liebermann plans to write a sequel. One that will fill in some of the blanks hinted at in the first story.