SF Romance – kidnappings, cyborgs of the week, a “fantasy island” offering a “Galaxy Quest like” adventure for NASA geeks (omg, what’s NOT to love?) and more in this bi-weekly roundup
As the temperature drops, you need a good science fiction romance to heat things up. Here are some recent ones, and a collection of short stories that may not be exactly romance, but looks very interesting nonetheless.
More new science fiction romances have hit the figurative ebook shelves, with everything from space pirates to a tale strongly reminiscent (to me) of both “Aliens” and “Jurassic Park.” Shall we start there? The Colony by Laurel Richards, which I read in one sitting, does a terrific job of amping up the questions and the […]
I thought it would be fun to let science fiction romance readers ‘write’ this column for me, and pick some of their most memorable SFR books of 2016. I posed the question in two places – the SciFi Romance Group on Facebook, which is primarily for readers to discuss books, and the SFR Brigade on […]
New releases in science fiction romance, and some good news about one of Veronica Scott’s books.
Time to talk about a few of the many new releases in science fiction romance in the past month. Anna Hackett is off and running with a new series about Galactic Gladiators, which should be another hit for her. The first book was entitled Gladiator and yours truly read it in one sitting. The next […]
There are a lot of crowd-pleasers in this week’s overview of science fiction romance novels.
Chickens in the cargo hold is a nice touch.
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