“When it comes to Sci-Fi, I guess I’d admit to being a bit of a snob. I’ve read everything from Philip K. Dick to Robert Heinlein to Peter F. Hamilton, and when I get on an author kick, I devour anything and everything that author has ever written. So I know my stuff. And at first, I was afraid that a new author would not be able to deliver the consciousness emersion I crave in a good read. I’m glad to report that only a couple chapters in, I had fallen through the hole in the pages—or trusty e-reader screen—and I didn’t resurface until I was shocked out of the story by the cliff-hanger ending. Without ruining the story or giving anything away, I found the young adult love antics and alien attempts at courting to be quite diverting and completely believable. I was satisfied to the core by the detailed science and politics of the alien race–the author does a great job at delivering the science without making you work for it.
Loren Blowers is doing for true, old school Sci-Fi what Suzanne Collins did for Fantasy and Stephanie Myers did for Supernatural. The book is Sci-Fi, but Blowers has a writing style that makes the female point of view accessible. The feisty and alluring, yet flawed and relatable, Bianca will have the ladies on her side (or wishing they were her), and I’ve always wished more chicks would get into Sci-Fi. Even as an adult male, I was truly concerned about how the alien dating game was going to play out. Unlike typical Sci-Fi, I was able to side with the female, but I still empathized with the frustrated alien males. Bianca is confusing and frustrating (kind of like every girlfriend I’ve ever had), however I kept rooting for her throughout the story no matter what she said or did.
Loren Blowers is an author to watch, and this series is one a wide-ranging audience will enjoy. The time is now to get on board, so when everyone else is bingeing on the HBO or Netflix series, you can brag that you read the book when it first came out.”