YOUR PLANET OR MINE? by SUSAN GRANT
**2006 PEARL HONORABLE MENTION - BEST FUTURISTIC ROMANCE
Think the grocery store is a great place to meet men?
Hunky interstellar fugitive, aisle 5.
With outrageously false accusations piling up against her famous political family and an ex-fiancÚ in hot water determined to take her down with him, the last thing Jana Jasper needs is more trouble--especially man trouble. But when she heads to the grocery store for an ice cream fix, not only does the muscled hunk in the frozen foods section ranting about spaceships and invasions look crazy, he looks... familiar.
Cavin of Far Star has never forgotten the girl he met during his weeks spent on that quaint little world, planet Earth, the girl who didn't believe he was real. And now he'll risk his future to save her. All she has to do is take him to her leader. Simple enough plan--although Jana isn't so easily convinced. Hell-bent on charming his way past her defenses, he's determined to stay one step ahead of the galaxy's most feared assassin--and may just capture his favorite Earthling's heart in the process.
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"A Magical Near-Future Adventure"
Reviewed by Leslie Tramposch
Posted November 2, 2006
Nine-year-old Jana Jasper is the youngest child of a
California state senator and a Russian ballerina. Jana knew
great things were expected of Jaspers, but although she had
a fertile imagination she had never been able to
communicate verbally. She knew what she wanted to say but
when Read more...
"an irresistible read"
Reviewed by Dee Gentle
Posted November 2, 2006
Janushka "Jana" Jasper was an unusual child; highly
imaginative, loving and unable to speak. Being a member of
an old and distinguished political family, they have
instilled in her the responsibility of public service. It
concerns her that she has been a problem to her family,
and she is determined Read more...
"Wonderful story of love, magic and aliens!"
Reviewed by Chere Gruver
Posted November 7, 2006
When she was nine years old, Jana Jasper still believed in
magic. But then again, Jana wasn't like the other kids.
Jana couldn't speak; somewhere between her brain and her
mouth, the words became all jumbled and Jana didn't say
anything at all. Even though Jana couldn Read more...
"Grant delivers on all levels"
Reviewed by Deborah Macgillivray
Posted March 26, 2007
People sadly do judge books by covers and often they like
to "brand" authors. I hear that buzz word pushed about in
writing circles all the time now, and author must brand
themselves to be a hit. Well, being one who likes the off
the beaten path, I think of Read more...