Shot down...for failing to mate in public. Marooned on an island with the ultimate fashionista, who wouldn't take off her clothes to save her own life, Djetth was discovering that when a Tiger prince is honor bound to hide his true identity, when his best tool of seduction bears a damning tattoo, and his very life is in danger, survival isn't just a matter of making out.
Someone was trying to kill them...
Even in the outrageously wicked Tigron Empire, who would dare to attack a royal princess and her consort? So what if she had spectacularly rejected Djetth's hand and privately turned her pretty nose up at his other princely parts? With the aid of two exiled empresses acting as psychic sleuths, some misplaced guitar glue and a talent for disguises, he would unmask a killer and prove this was certainly not a case of... INSUFFICIENT MATING MATERIAL
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"another hot and captivating episode of the rut-rageous Djinns"
Reviewed by Cy Korte
Posted January 1, 2007
For some, life is a game. In past politics and
relationships, Martia-Djulia and Djetthro-Jason have both
been pawns. Now a new match begins and the objective is
Tarrant-Arragon, god-Emperor of Tigron (see FORCED MATE)
has spared Prince Djetthro-Jason from execution for treason
on the Read more...
"Droll, writty, sexy, funny, brilliant"
Reviewed by Deborah Macgillivray
Posted January 11, 2007
Insufficient Mating Material is Rowena Cherry's follow up
to Forced Mate (Dorchester Love Spell, November 2004) and
her novella Mating Net. And if you haven't read this
utterly droll, perfect British wit, she is tweaking your
noses! These are chess terms, not
her...hmm...preoccupation with the mating Read more...
"a sexy, funny adventure"
Reviewed by Jacquie Rogers
Posted January 20, 2007
We drooled over Prince Djetthro-Jason before and now
Rowena Cherry has
written his story--one that was definitely worth the
wait! In her
fashion, Ms. Cherry combines sex, action, love, and
adventure into one
terrific story. Did I say sex? Whoowee!
Princess Martia-Djulia is overlooked, underrated, but Read more...
"Star ships, and rebels, and intrigue, oh my..."
Reviewed by Julia Clark
Posted December 6, 2007
Prince Tarrant-Arragon has dueled and defeated the rebel
leader Commander Jason. He's now presumed dead, but is
really being held by the prince, who has healed him,
altered his appearance, renamed him Prince Djetthro-Jason,
and set him up for a shotgun wedding to Tarrant-Arragon's
sister Read more...
"Another pawn bites the dust in Cherry's latest intergalactic chess match"
Reviewed by Leslie Tramposch
Posted October 6, 2008
Having attempted to assassinate the Tiger Prince
Tarrant-Arragon, the undercover Saurian rebel Commander
Jason must die. However through a benevolence inspired by
his consort Djinni-vera, Tarrant-Arragon had been decided
that Prince Djetthro-Jason would live, to face a punishment
that he decreed was "a fate worse than Read more...