ALLIANCE: FERTILE GROUND
by Lyndi Lamont
Heat Level: 2
When Fala joins an archeological dig, she finds herself attracted to a brilliant Mhajavi archeologist. Perhaps with his help, and that of an ancient fertility statue, she can achieve her dearest desire... a child of her own.
A private man, Jahesh rarely allows himself to get involved with the messy emotions a relationship can bring. But he is unable to resist Fala. Her warm heart and lush curves tempt him out of his self-made isolation. But will his love be enough for her?
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What Readers and Reviewers Are Saying...
"5 Hearts... Archeological digs have always fascinated me on many levels. Learning the history and stories behind each artifact make each dig a magical experience. Author Lyndi Lamont introduces us to a futuristic world where the archeologist explores and finds ancient artifacts, making this book an excellent read. I truly enjoyed this story of Fala and Jahesh, two honest and endearing characters, who make this book come alive with their strong sexual emotions and yearnings. Fala's yearning for a child was truly heartfelt, making you feel truly happy when the Goddess granted her greatest wish. Jahesh showed not only his loving strength towards Fala, but also his possessiveness, which was great in warning away any competition who dared to poach on his property. However, he had no worries. From their first sexual experience, which was very kinky, Fala had eyes for no one else except Jahesh, for his warning would prove to be true, which bought much pain and anxiety to Fala in this story. I look forward to reading more of this Alliance series and learning more about these fascinating Mhajavi and Ziganese People." - Margo Arthur, The Romance Studio
"... an interesting futuristic tale. Although it stands alone quite well, the beginning definitely had me wondering about the first book in the series, as some of the characters from the first book showed up at the beginning of this one. Once Fala and Jahesh left for the archaeological dig, however, the story was all about them. I enjoyed the coming together of these two very different characters. The sex scenes were very well written, and Fala's desire for a child came across strongly... Overall, Fertile Ground is a quick, pleasant read for any futuristic fan." - Cassie, Joyfully Reviewed
4 Stars... "Part of the Alliance series, Fertile Ground, brings us deeper into the world of the Ziganese and Mhajavi people, who formed an alliance in the first story of the series. We are introduced to the characters Fala and Jahesh as they are about to journey to the dig site on planet Algott. Attracted to each other at first sight, they soon become members of the mile high club. Though this is a stand-alone story, I found that reading a bit about the first story and the history of the alliance made it flow better. Fala and Jahesh are strong characters that know exactly what they want and are not the least bit shy about saying so, and they both do so throughout this story. Sexual and intelligent people, they made use of the dig sites and each other, and had me panting with my own exertions right along with them. . . I was pleasantly surprised with the sub-characters and the myths that are included in this installment, as I love history and ancient legends and myths, and can say that I was excited to read this story. Wonderfully written and erotically charged, this installment makes me anxious for the next story." - Stacey Landers, Just Erotic Romance Reviews
3 Lips..."Fertile Ground by Lyndi Lamont picks up right where Diplomatic Alliance left off which is delightful because it answers a lot of questions that I had. I love the storyline in Alliance: Fertile Ground, especially the character of Maradon and all she symbolizes. I also really enjoyed the lack of pretence in the relationship between Fala and Jahesh - they don't play games with each other and are honest and mature about their attraction to each other." - Kerin, TwoLipsReviews
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