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Book Review: Devi’s Distraction by Ruby Dixon

 


Devi’s Distraction by Ruby Dixon 
Series: Icehome, #7
Genre: Science Fiction | Romance
Age Range: Adult Audience
Format: Paperback, 252 pages.
Source: My Copy
Published on April 30th 2019 by Independently Published (first published April 29th 2019)
Ruby Dixon: Website | Twitter | Goodreads

Synopsis:
It’s hard to make friends with the other women at the Icehome camp when you’d rather be dissecting the local fauna. Which is why I’m surprised when one of the big, brawny islanders asks me to help him make a prosthetic leg. I don’t know N’dek, but since I’m a scientist, he wants my help. And while I’m more into dinosaurs than anatomy, I love a challenge!

As we work together, I come to see that N’dek’s not just clever and determined, he’s also protective and sweet. And he kisses like a fiend!

He’s a distraction I don’t need… but he might be everything I’ve ever wanted. Too bad he says he’s going to resonate to someone else…

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Book Review: Veronica’s Dragon by Ruby Dixon

 


Veronica’s Dragon by Ruby Dixon 
Series: Icehome, #2
Genre: Science Fiction | Romance
Age Range: Adult Audience
Format: Paperback, 280 pages.
Source: My Copy
Published on May 24th 2018
Ruby Dixon: Website | Twitter | Goodreads

Synopsis:
Resonance. It’s a given on the ice planet, forced upon you by the parasitic symbiont called the ‘khui’. With resonance, a guy and a girl are paired up because they’ll make great babies. It’s a survival mechanism necessary for this sparsely-populated world we’re stranded on…and romantic, in a weird, alien way. Everyone expects resonance to happen when twenty newcomers are dropped onto the frosty world. I doubt anyone expects the gorgeous, golden god named Ashtar to resonate to someone like me, though. He’s fierce. Flirty. Powerful. Disgustingly handsome. I’m…not any of those things. I’m bland. Boring. Clumsy. But resonance seems to think we’d be great together. And Ashtar does, too…

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