Shot down… for failing to mate. Marooned with the ultimate fashionista, who wouldn't take off her clothes to save her life, Djetth quickly discovers that survival is more than a matter of making out. Someone wants them dead!
Award-winning, Futuristic Romance author Rowena Cherry maroons a pair of politically embarrassing alien Royals on a desert island.
INSUFFICIENT MATING MATERIAL takes up where FORCED MATE ended, with Djetthro-Jason (Jethro-Jason) severely beaten, about to undergo surgery to change his face and identity before his shotgun wedding to the frivolous Princess Martia-Djulia (Marsha-Julia).
No one gives a thought to how Martia-Djulia might behave when she realizes that it's not her unsuitable lover, Commander Jason, but a stranger being frog-marched up the aisle, and her surprising reaction sets off a firestorm of rumor and rattles a murderer who thought he'd gotten away with an ancient crime.
INSUFFICIENT MATING MATERIAL is an outstanding sequel to FORCED MATE! Cherry skillfully combines mystery, romance, and humor with a fast-paced science fiction adventure. I couldn't put it down! ~ Jean, Fallen Angel Reviews
Rowena Cherry is one of the best sub-genre writers due to her skill at placing the heroic characters in impossible scenarios
~ Harriet Klausner, Affaire de Coeur
For those of you who read and enjoyed FORCED MATE, the long awaited story about Commander Jason is finally here and what a story it is! It was well worth the wait! I highly recommend running to get this book the minute it hits your local book store!
~Kathy Boswell, The Best Reviews
…a powerful romance laced with devastating family secrets, treachery and a sizzling passion hot enough to singe your fingers as you turn the pages. Ms. Cherry pens a compelling plot with vivid imagery and fascinating characters that will leave you breathless….Ms Cherry has become an auto buy author for me.
~Billie Jo, Romance Junkies
I really like Cherry's writing; it is literate and fast moving, with active imagery, and it challenges the reader.
~ Jean Cooper, reviewer, Fallen Angel Reviews