Worlds Collide by Tracy St. John

Posted November 5, 2018 by Literati Lovers in Book Reviews / 0 Comments

Worlds Collide by Tracy St. JohnWorlds Collide by Tracy St. John
Published by Carina Press on October 29, 2018
Genres: Fiction, Romance, Science Fiction, Alien Contact, General
Pages: 349
ISBN: 9781488097171

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Engineer Velia Farrah always wanted to see an alien up close. Now that she’s assigned to study the top secret portal linking Earth to other worlds, she’ll get her chance. But when a fierce, gold-skinned alien from Risnar leaps from the portal and whisks her back to his home planet, “up close” takes on a whole new meaning.

Believing Earthlings had killed his fellow warriors, Jape Bolep is determined to destroy Earth’s access to Risnar once and for all. Grabbing a curvy handful of a human wasn’t part of the plan, but he has no intention of letting her distract him from his need for vengeance—no matter how much he aches to make her his.

Both are ready to do battle over right and wrong and good and evil, and their combustible relationship burns hotter than the sun’s surface. But distrust and treachery from all sides leave Velia and Jape in a fight against their own people to keep each other alive—and to ultimately save both Earth and Risnar from total destruction.

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This book is approximately90,000 words

Carina Press acknowledges the editorial services of Alissa Davis

Worlds Collide is equal parts smart earth girl and an alien with a body that can grow armor and extra parts at command. The book centers around Velia engineer for an Area 51 type project, and the sexy alien that wants to destroy it. This is book three in the Risernar book series and I had not read the previous ones, and despite that the author got me up to speed quickly in this book. The author has good science fiction world building, but for me the sexual parts of the book developed too quickly. They are very hot sexual parts but it took away from the relationship development of Jape and Velia. Like the relationship at times the book felt rushed and I never got to settle into the plot before something else jumped up. I wish the author would have given me  more time to care about the characters before they spring loaded into the hot steamy parts of the book. Did I mention the book was HOT! The dude as tails he can use and walks around naked. Well the entire world does in-fact go commando, as they don’t show sexual organs until needed.  In this book Jape needed his organ ALOT! 


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