For the Euro Pride in Munich, July 11-12, 2015, today author is Rebecca Cohen (Rebecca Cohen will also attend UK Meet in Bristol): "I'm a Brit abroad. Having swapped the Thames for the Rhine, I have left London behind and now live with my husband and toddler son in Basel, Switzerland. I can often be found with a pen in one hand and a cup of Darjeeling in the other.
'Under Glass' (sci fi romance novel) was released 10 April 2015.
My next release will be 'Overly Dramatic' (a rom-com novella) in summer 2015.
Current WIP is the final novella in the 'Treading the Boards' series - a contemporary rom-com series set around a London based amateur dramatics group... that should keep me busy for a while!"
Under Glass by Rebecca Cohen
Paperback: 306 pages
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press (April 10, 2015)
Amazon: Under Glass
Amazon Kindle: Under Glass
Creating planets and guarding the stars leaves novice planet builder Kai Faewiva lonely. For members of Kai’s species who are born with an organ called a caerellon, their true love, their Sun or Moon, is identified at birth. But the novices are people who have lost their perfect love, and Kai’s Sun is long dead, killed in an accident when he was five years old. Or so everyone thought.
After recovering from another bout of the unidentified illness he has battled for years, Kai returns to work. But his quiet day at the planetarium is thrown into chaos when scans of Goka Prime, one of the planets in the Sol-Alpha2 system, picks up a life-form that shouldn’t be there. Kai’s Sun, Oliver Gyin, is alive and well, but how he got to be on Goka Prime, no one knows. Now he needs to be brought home.
Ollie has lived most of his life in the City of Harrea, never guessing he is from another planet. Surprised to find a stranger means the world to him, Ollie wrestles with his loyalties and the drive to return with Kai. To leave Goka Prime, he must give up everything and everyone he knows. But twenty years apart means Kai and Ollie face a fight to secure their destined future.
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