Sunlight

Amanda Ashley takes readers to another world with this fantasy romance. This story was originally published in 1997 so a few details when I was reading through me off but didn’t really stop the flow completely. My favorite part in this story was the fantastic relationship Lainey had with her parents. There was this deep and affectionate bond that shone through in all of their interactions and I loved how it also affected Micah when he was witness to it. Lainey was a fabulous heroine, strong when she had to be yet with moments of vulnerabilities. The sweet romance was a perfect choice for these two as Micah was a hero who came across as more sensitive than the average Alpha male. It was a wonder to see the world through his eyes and witness his thoughts and reactions to all his new discoveries. If you were a fan of the movie or television show Starman I believe you will highly enjoy this interesting intergalactic love story.

Lainey spends her time alone writing. When she decides to use the town’s most notorious haunted house as a setting for her next book she never thought it would take her on such an adventure. The old house seems to call to her and when she discovers Micah, an alien from the planet Xanthia hiding there, she believes she has found a cure for her loneliness. Now they just have to avoid those who want to kidnap and expirement on Micah.


Book Blurb for Sunlight

Lainey has no idea what she is in for when she is drawn to the old, spooky house, but something is calling to her. How was she to know that Micah, an alien from Xanthia, would be waiting for her there. Sweeter than any man she’s met, they must work together in order to protect him from forces that want to kidnap and study him.

A Blush® Paranormal romance from Ellora’s Cave

Publisher’s Note: This story was originally published elsewhere as Sunlight, Moonlight in 1997.


Night Owl Reviews May, 2014 3.50