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An entrancing sci-fi retelling of the classic fairy tale. Once upon a time, an alien prince craving solitude docked his spaceship above the snowy Montana mountains. Unbeknownst to him, a small-town beauty searched for her missing father in the lonely winter woods… When Corinne Kaminski volunteers to take her father’s place on the alien’s sprawling, desolate ship, she regards An entrancing sci-fi retelling of the classic fairy tale. Once upon a time, an alien prince craving solitude docked his spaceship above the snowy Montana mountains. Unbeknownst to him, a small-town beauty searched for her missing father in the lonely winter woods… When Corinne Kaminski volunteers to take her father’s place on the alien’s sprawling, desolate ship, she regards it as a death sentence. But just as the alien promised, no harm befalls her in her strange new home, where the walls talk, a dense hothouse flourishes, and sim rooms transport the user to any place imaginable. The ship’s only other occupant, Del, is shocking to look at. Beastly, some might say. But Corinne finds herself unable to look away. Yet a gilded cage is still a cage, and Corinne longs for freedom. Her instincts might be pushing her toward friendship with Del—and something more than friendship, perhaps—but at what cost? In this enthralling reimagining of Beauty and the Beast, slow-burn romance mixes with alien abduction. This new series will transport readers to an enchanted sci-fi world of secrets, intrigue, and spellbinding romance.


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An entrancing sci-fi retelling of the classic fairy tale. Once upon a time, an alien prince craving solitude docked his spaceship above the snowy Montana mountains. Unbeknownst to him, a small-town beauty searched for her missing father in the lonely winter woods… When Corinne Kaminski volunteers to take her father’s place on the alien’s sprawling, desolate ship, she regards An entrancing sci-fi retelling of the classic fairy tale. Once upon a time, an alien prince craving solitude docked his spaceship above the snowy Montana mountains. Unbeknownst to him, a small-town beauty searched for her missing father in the lonely winter woods… When Corinne Kaminski volunteers to take her father’s place on the alien’s sprawling, desolate ship, she regards it as a death sentence. But just as the alien promised, no harm befalls her in her strange new home, where the walls talk, a dense hothouse flourishes, and sim rooms transport the user to any place imaginable. The ship’s only other occupant, Del, is shocking to look at. Beastly, some might say. But Corinne finds herself unable to look away. Yet a gilded cage is still a cage, and Corinne longs for freedom. Her instincts might be pushing her toward friendship with Del—and something more than friendship, perhaps—but at what cost? In this enthralling reimagining of Beauty and the Beast, slow-burn romance mixes with alien abduction. This new series will transport readers to an enchanted sci-fi world of secrets, intrigue, and spellbinding romance.

33 review for Unearthly

  1. 5 out of 5

    Ellie Mitchell

    ~About Set in the snowy town of Wakpa, Montana, USA, twenty-three year old shop worker Corinne is fed up with boyfriend Joe and subsequently dumps him. However, when her father fails to return from a hunt, Corinne grows worried and goes to find him, only to encounter an alien ship and creature on board. Finding her father imprisoned on the ship, Corinne promises to stay in his stead if he is freed. Her offer is quickly accepted. Corinne soon grows bored of spending her days alone on the ship and d ~About Set in the snowy town of Wakpa, Montana, USA, twenty-three year old shop worker Corinne is fed up with boyfriend Joe and subsequently dumps him. However, when her father fails to return from a hunt, Corinne grows worried and goes to find him, only to encounter an alien ship and creature on board. Finding her father imprisoned on the ship, Corinne promises to stay in his stead if he is freed. Her offer is quickly accepted. Corinne soon grows bored of spending her days alone on the ship and demands to get to know her kidnapper ‘Del’ better. As the pair get better acquainted, romantic feelings begin to swirl within Corinne, taking her by surprise. ~Characters For the sake of brevity, I’ve chosen to focus on the four driving characters of the story. Corinne Kaminski, twenty-three, works at a kayak and ski shop in her home town of Wakpa. Her mother passed away when she was still quite young, impacting her painfully as she grew up. She lives with her loving father and until recently was dating local heartthrob, Joe (a modern day Gaston from Beauty and the Beast.) Over the course of the story Corinne proved herself to be curious and brave, taking unexpected surprises in her stride and using her intelligence and resourcefulness to see her way through trying situations. She had a memorable narrative voice, one I found myself listening to for hours in my head. There was also a subtle realism to her that helped to make her experiences come alive. Joe, a twenty-seven year old modern day Gaston immediately struck me as the type of guy who hasn’t been told no a lot in his life. He had an air of entitlement to him, as though anything he wanted should effortlessly become his. The way he treated Corinne in this respect had me cringing and empathizing with her on a deeper level. Joe was charismatic and charming in his own way, as well as being successful, however he was also narcissistic and borderline obsessive over Corinne. It was easy to side against him as he represented a sort of anchor in Corinne’s life, one which was suffocating her and needed to be let go. Del, the beastly master of an alien ship initially appeared the same way the Beast does in the beloved Disney classic; as closed off and somewhat fierce, with a temper that would easily drive a young woman like Corinne away. He is powerfully built, intimidating, and regal in his posture. We later learn that he is the Heir-apparent to his nation and so my initial regal impression came to make sense. Throughout the story, he proves to be more reasonable than I initially thought, granting Corinne’s requests and making the effort to get to know her when asked. I honestly went from being afraid of him, to shifting emotions around him just as Corinne did. In this regard, the author did a wonderful job having Corinne’s emotions transfer to the reader. Finally, we come to Joanna, the alien ship’s Artificial Intelligence; a truly futuristic Mrs Potts type character. Joanna wasn’t what I had expected. When I think of AI, I think of cold, overly robotic sentient beings with no ounce of empathy or humour. I was therefore pleasantly surprised to find that Joanna was very humanistic, with a wonderful sense of humour and a helpful and compassionate nature. I loved how her different moods were captured through shifting coloured fractals on the walls of the ship. One particular thing which tickled me was her self-proclaimed, ‘At heart, I’m what you call an introvert.’ This endeared me to her right away and only added to her growing sense of humanity, despite her AI state. ~Positive Aspects I’m not sure where to begin with the number of positives there were to Unearthly. However, as usual I have included a bulleted list below of the things that stood out to me most. -Corinne’s personality shines through the book’s narrative style, allowing you to get to know her on a deeper level. -Deep emotions are conveyed between characters, with tension effortlessly built into the story’s scenes. -The story’s plot and characters were equally well-developed. Unearthly was a great, creative re-telling of Beauty and the Beast, with an Alien abduction twist. -Each main event was carefully detailed. We learn more about the two main characters, Corinne and Del, and see their budding friendship developing gradually throughout the scenes. Their relations went from icy and guarded, to warm and friendly, even romantic. -I particularly enjoyed the kayaking scene with Del and Corinne. There was a wonderful sense of adventure, excitement, and bonding to this scene. -Finally, I loved seeing how Del and Corinne grew closer over time; how they came to learn each-other’s secrets, to confide and trust in one-another. This was beautifully executed and warmed my heart. ~Memorable Quotes One quote stood out to me throughout my reading experience. 1) ‘If there’s one thing I hate, it’s people who nod along to what you’re saying and don’t hear a single word.’ In this instance, Corinne was referring to Joe’s character and how, no matter what she said, he maintained the delusion that she would be his. This quote deeply resonated with me as there have been times in my own life when I’ve tried to make things clear to someone, only to have them wilfully ignore every word. Because of this, I found myself more connected to Corinne once I saw this quote. I think a lot of people can probably relate to this quote on some level as we all just want to be heard in life. ~Overview Overall, I found Unearthly to be an enchanting and gripping sci-fi retelling of Beauty and the Beast. The characters were relatable, and their emotions came to life on the page, providing me with a powerful reading experience. Themes includes difference, romance, and the supernatural. My rating: 5 stars. Recommended to: lovers of fairy tale retellings with a cool sci-fi twist.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Kazen

    1.5 stars Ooph. While the writing is serviceable a lot of things irked me. - The book is pitched as a slow-burn romance, but there is no burn. There are some (short!) shared meals with no spark, and two excursions on the sim deck that are more action than relationship building, but that's it. - Not to mention that Corinne is falling in lust with her captor and the inherent power imbalance isn't discussed. She's trying to escape right up until the last page but goes heart-eyed at the guy who abducte 1.5 stars Ooph. While the writing is serviceable a lot of things irked me. - The book is pitched as a slow-burn romance, but there is no burn. There are some (short!) shared meals with no spark, and two excursions on the sim deck that are more action than relationship building, but that's it. - Not to mention that Corinne is falling in lust with her captor and the inherent power imbalance isn't discussed. She's trying to escape right up until the last page but goes heart-eyed at the guy who abducted her? Really? - The consent is sketchy at best. We have a grand total of two kinda sexy scenes: Corinne rubs up against Del's erection when he's unconscious (zero consent), and Del kisses Corinne without warning (but she likes it, so assumed consent? even though it's not?) - The last straw was a simulation where she and Del are hunting creatures from his home planet. If it were explained as 'I don't do this at home, but nothing dies in a sim, so whatever' I would have been fine with it. If it were simulating sustainable hunting for food, I would have been fine with it. But "So we're going to kill these val for sport?" "Yes. Were they real, we would feast on their hearts afterwards." But not the meat - it's toxic, actually. And to top it off, they use a whistle that sounds like a val baby's distress call. "And as the val are highly protective of their young-" "They're going to be dive-bombing us to save fake val babies." "Correct." "Good thing we're wearing armor," I said. So 250 pages of very little romantic tension, all kinds of problematic stuff, and the payoff is a forced kiss and a cliffhanger. No thanks, I'm good. Content notes: (view spoiler)[parental death, drinking, panic attack on the page, talk about homesteading in the 1860s but the only mention of a Native person is the one who killed her 3x great grandad (hide spoiler)]

  3. 5 out of 5

    Emily Pennington

    Del and Corinne's Story . . . Corinne Kaminski is looking for her missing father and found that he had died in the wilderness. A snow squall was beginning, the temperature was quickly dropping, and the snow had begun – obliterating her tracks that she would have followed back home. Her dog Midge was with her and shivering in the cold. She could not move his heavy body, so she had to go home and get help. She had (of course) neglected to charge her phone the night before, so she had only 3% batter Del and Corinne's Story . . . Corinne Kaminski is looking for her missing father and found that he had died in the wilderness. A snow squall was beginning, the temperature was quickly dropping, and the snow had begun – obliterating her tracks that she would have followed back home. Her dog Midge was with her and shivering in the cold. She could not move his heavy body, so she had to go home and get help. She had (of course) neglected to charge her phone the night before, so she had only 3% battery life for the GPS. The mountains started to mess up the signal as she walked. She had no idea where they were now. When it suddenly stopped snowing on her… but continued around her further out, she looked up and she and Midge were lifted into the sky to some short of spaceship! She started to explore the ship, finding a greenhouse… well, redhouse, but it had greenery growing. Then she heard voices – and one of them was her father’s! Because only one of them could be on board the ship, Corinne asks to take her father’s place on the alien ship that had him imprisoned. She was given freedom to wander the ship and sees amazing technology. Yet being a captive, it is still a prison to her way of thinking. What really saves her own peace of mind is having a dog to care for. Where she could have allowed depression to set in, she had to remain strong to care for Midge, feeding, walking, etc. That became her purpose. And Midge providing a “friend” for companionship and affection is a critical part of our nature and made it tolerable. The AI Joanna may also give her someone to talk to. Del is the beastly alien on the ship, but even he attracts her in some way. Will she get over her concern that there may be a price to pay if she establishes friendship, or maybe more? Can she trust Del? What is her purpose here? Time will tell. Her adventure is just beginning.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Turned Page

    Once upon a time, an alien prince craving solitude docked his spaceship above the snowy Montana mountains. Unbeknownst to him, a small-town beauty searched for her missing father in the lonely winter woods… THE BLURB When Corinne Kaminski volunteers to take her father’s place on the alien’s sprawling, desolate ship, she regards it as a death sentence. But just as the alien promised, no harm befalls her in her strange new home, where the walls talk, a dense hothouse flourishes, and sim rooms tr Once upon a time, an alien prince craving solitude docked his spaceship above the snowy Montana mountains. Unbeknownst to him, a small-town beauty searched for her missing father in the lonely winter woods… THE BLURB When Corinne Kaminski volunteers to take her father’s place on the alien’s sprawling, desolate ship, she regards it as a death sentence. But just as the alien promised, no harm befalls her in her strange new home, where the walls talk, a dense hothouse flourishes, and sim rooms transport the user to any place imaginable. The ship’s only other occupant, Del, is shocking to look at. Beastly, some might say. But Corinne finds herself unable to look away. Yet a gilded cage is still a cage, and Corinne longs for freedom. Her instincts might be pushing her toward friendship with Del—and something more than friendship, perhaps—but at what cost? TONE OF THE BOOK Unearthly is a neutral toned novel. There isn’t any humour to make it comedic, nor is it overly excessively dramatic to make the tone dark. SENSITIVE TOPICS The first novel in the series is classified as safe for all, with only kisses really occurring. However be aware that later novels do contain sex. It features some action scenes, although not particularly gory in any manner. The focus of the novel is on adventure. SERIES SYNOPSIS Unearthly is the first novel in the Beauty and Her Alien series. The novel is 254 pages long, making it the standard romance novel length (of 300 pages average). You can find out more about this series on the Beauty and Her Alien Series Review page. REVIEW The first novel in the series, Unearthly is a slow start to the romance but an excellent beginning of building a universe that is tantalising to explore. The first novel serves as an introduction to the the events and situation that Corinne finds herself in; being held hostage by an alien. You get to explore the ship that will serve as her new home, and prison, as well as meet the two occupants Del and Joanna. The first novel in the series is a a little slow moving in terms of events, ultimately leading to a slightly lower score for this particular book. However as I mentioned above its vital to realise that this novel sets up the framework for the second novel’s events, and is ultimately necessary. As a whole the series paces well, with scenes that seemed irrelevant in the first novel suddenly becoming much more important within the second. I really enjoyed Corinne’s personality. She’s a strong woman, but doesn’t come across as bitchy (many authors make this mistake). Corinne struggles with her time on board, especially with the social isolation that she’s not accustomed to. The thing about owning a dog is that you can’t just stay in bed all day feeling sorry for yourself. Eventually you have to crawl out of the sheets, secure some dry clothes, and creep down the halls of your alien spaceship to take your dog for a walk. I love how Katie gives her character purpose and reason to continue going about her new life – to take care of her other responsibilities. Realistically many people would sink into a depression, or even become destructive, which Corinne starts to fall prey to. Yet Corinne finds herself in the unique position to think outside of her own person and act – even if its for loveable dog. Her pet pooch isn’t just a talking point to the novel but a crutch that holds Corinne up when she struggles to cope. FINAL WORD I enjoyed reading Unearthly. It’s a wonderful foundation for the rest of the series. It follows up with Starcrossed where the tension, action and romance jumps to exciting levels.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Margaret Adelle

    I am always happy to read more sci-fi, especially sci-fi retellings. So when the author offered me a copy of this book for review, I was happy to accept! As far as Beauty and the Beast retellings go, it's not a one to one adaptation and that's to it's credit. There's no mention of a curse (at least in this book) and while there is a Gaston stand-in, it's an ex-boyfriend and not so cartoonishly well-loved by the locals. The Mrs. Pots stand-in is an AI that the protagonist has a very unique relati I am always happy to read more sci-fi, especially sci-fi retellings. So when the author offered me a copy of this book for review, I was happy to accept! As far as Beauty and the Beast retellings go, it's not a one to one adaptation and that's to it's credit. There's no mention of a curse (at least in this book) and while there is a Gaston stand-in, it's an ex-boyfriend and not so cartoonishly well-loved by the locals. The Mrs. Pots stand-in is an AI that the protagonist has a very unique relationship with. At times they are growing buds, at others Corinne is very aware of the fact that Joanna will always side with "the master" over her, every time. The part about her being a captive is a bit difficult to explain in a review like this, but suffice to say it was something Del was forced into. And not in like a "look what you made me do" way, but a "forces greater than me have tied my hands" way. Despite the very sci-fi overtones (a ship, aliens, etc.) the book maintains the same vibes as the original. The ship feels properly expansive and isolating. The technology, while being explained, still feels a bit like magic. And Del's description is... well, it's what you'd expect of a beast, only now there's alien stuff on top like differences in culture. There's also the mystery of what happened to him. While there's no mention of a curse, there are still things like closed off rooms and other secrets he holds that are very reminiscent of the original. The one thing holding this book back from being a full 5 stars for me, and the thing keeping it from being easily accessible to those who don't usually read sci-fi, is the sheer amount of exposition. On on hand, Del's home planet and species have been very obviously fleshed out. And there's very clearly been a lot of thought put into how the different technology works. The problem comes when this exposition provides a large amount of information that doesn't appear to have any pay off or purpose other than "look how in depth this place is". For example, there is an in-depth discussion on the names, the pronunciation of those names, and the functions of different plants in the ship's greenhouse. But the plot puts more emphasis on how Corinne uses the greenhouse as a hide out from the AI. The plants themselves hold no purpose to characters or plot and, as a result, the details slip out of the mind fairly easily. The one area where the exposition does help, however, is the difference in human vs. alien culture. The scenes where Del and Corinne are discussing the differences and Corinne is trying to adjust to rumae culture is endearing and shows a great chemistry between the two. It is definitely a slower burn as far as romances go, but I'm a fan of that in general so I liked it. I also enjoyed how Corinne is aware of the fact she's a captive and is actively making plans to escape. And they are inventive. The ending thankfully did not fall into the trope of pulling a sudden relationship conflict that will have to be resolved in the next one. The cliffhanger it does leave you on is possibly one of my favorites, even if it's more rom-com than sci-fi. I'll definitely be moving on to the next book. I'd like the think the genre of indie sci-fi romance is on an upswing and Beauty and the Beast retellings are usually evergreen among readers. With any luck, this book will get the reception it definitely deserves.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Coffee And Wander Book Reviews

    First of all, I just want to comment on how beautiful this cover is! It also encapsulates the setting of the book, and I love how it includes her dog! This book had a unique plot concept. I've read numerous alien romances, and they normally follow the same plotline. The heroine will get abducted by the bad guys and then rescued by an alien that she ends up falling for. It's kind of like the Hallmark Christmas movies, you know it's the same plot every time, but you still enjoy the journey. This b First of all, I just want to comment on how beautiful this cover is! It also encapsulates the setting of the book, and I love how it includes her dog! This book had a unique plot concept. I've read numerous alien romances, and they normally follow the same plotline. The heroine will get abducted by the bad guys and then rescued by an alien that she ends up falling for. It's kind of like the Hallmark Christmas movies, you know it's the same plot every time, but you still enjoy the journey. This book was different. The heroine, Corinne, does get abducted while searching for her father in the Montana wilderness, but not in the usual way. She is "abducted" by the ships AI system, Joanna, during maintenance to the ship. The ships captain and only resident, Del, is none too thrilled about this, because he is trying to enjoy his solitude. But, every human that comes on board is registered in the system and he is not allowed to release them. But, since the ship was down for maintenance during Corinne's abduction, she is allowed to switch places with her father. As, he was abducted first and was actually registered in the system. So, they have to keep a human on board, but now it is Corinne. This book parallels Beauty and the Beast in this way, and in a couple of other ways. The ship is stationed above the Montana wilderness, and never actually ventures to space in this book, so even though she is abducted, it's not a full abduction. Del is an alien, so of course he has alien features. He is covered in fur, so I assumed this was his "beastly" form, and he would have another form like the Beast in Beauty and the Beast. I was mistaken though. Even though this book parallels Beauty and the Beast, it's more about Del's story and personality than his looks and form. Del is struggling with some inner demons, so he comes off as unfriendly and abrasive. Corinne is just trying to survive and get through her days on the ship. I enjoyed Corinne and Del's characters, as I felt that they were genuine and well rounded. I also enjoyed Joanna. She was a bit spunky and sweet, even if she was the ship's computer, she felt like her own unique person. Overall, I enjoyed this book. I would recommend it to anyone that enjoys alien romance! If you enjoy slow burns, this is a great book as well. I am excited to delve more into the budding relationship between Del and Corinne. https://coffeewanderbooks.blogspot.co...

  7. 4 out of 5

    Julie Embleton

    While searching for her missing dad in the middle of a Montana snowstorm, Corinne finds herself wrenched aboard a spaceship, where a deal with the beast-like alien, Del, leaves her a captive.. So this is the first alien abduction romance I’ve ever read. It wouldn’t be a genre I’m interested in, but having loved Gallagher’s YA paranormal mystery ‘Specter’ I decided to give this a shot. Corinne is a likeable character. Sassy and independent, she decides to make the best out of her situation, and s While searching for her missing dad in the middle of a Montana snowstorm, Corinne finds herself wrenched aboard a spaceship, where a deal with the beast-like alien, Del, leaves her a captive.. So this is the first alien abduction romance I’ve ever read. It wouldn’t be a genre I’m interested in, but having loved Gallagher’s YA paranormal mystery ‘Specter’ I decided to give this a shot. Corinne is a likeable character. Sassy and independent, she decides to make the best out of her situation, and shows a lot of courage early on. But despite Del’s ship hovering above the Montana mountains and her home less than a mile away, I was disappointed she didn’t even try to escape. Yes, she made a deal, but there’s only one scene where she considers an idea of how she might break free, yet doesn’t act upon it. Joanna, the AI on board who lives in the walls and thrills at using the replicator to supply Corinne with designer clothes, gardening equipment, and inedible food, is an interesting side character with endearing human qualities. But the best side character award goes to Midge, Corinne’s dog, who inadvertently gets abducted with his mistress and for a while, is the only reason she gets out of bed every day. Gallagher’s world-building is imaginative and fun. Clever imagery kept me engaged as Corinne explores her new home and discovers a greenhouse in which she later claims a plot to grow her own vegetables. I especially liked the ‘cleaning bots’ who scuttle about keeping the ship in order. Is it a slow burn? Skirting the edges, maybe. There’s a bit of a spark between Corinne and Del, but besides a (consensual?) kiss that he grabs, and she relents to, and a questionable (non-consensual) moment when he’s out cold on the floor of a simulation deck and she rubs herself against his crotch, to me it didn’t scream attraction—more of a ‘you’ll do, cos there’s no other option’. Perhaps there’s more steam in the sequel? I enjoy Gallagher’s style of writing, the world-building kept me captivated, but I can’t say I’m invested in Del and Corinne just yet. There’s a sequel to come, and with an interesting plot twist closing Unearthly, I’ll dive in to Starcrossed with the hope of more romance and at least one attempt at an escape!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Tamara

    Title: Unearthly Author: Katie Jane Gallagher Genre: Fantasy Rating: 4.0 out of 5 This was a quick, fun read. To me, things escalated between Corinne and Del too quickly, but I’ve never been abducted by aliens, so what do I know? Her psychological warfare tactics—blasting AC/DC—made me laugh. I enjoyed the descriptions of her Montana home, and I look forward to reading more about these characters. (Galley courtesy of the author in exchange for an honest review.)

  9. 4 out of 5

    Kat M

    I really enjoyed reading this book, it was a great start to the beauty and her alien series. The characters were great and I enjoyed the fairy tale retelling elements. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Shayla

    Fuck my eyes for landing on this. Saw the author criticizing a book I didn't like, for things I didn't like about it, and mentioned that she wrote books with the stuff the other book was missing. Seemed like a risk worth taking. It was not any better than the book she dressed down. Fuck my eyes for landing on this. Saw the author criticizing a book I didn't like, for things I didn't like about it, and mentioned that she wrote books with the stuff the other book was missing. Seemed like a risk worth taking. It was not any better than the book she dressed down.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Marianne

    This is a cool sci-fi romance.. a retelling of The Beauty and the Beast.. I liked it.. It is unique and interesting, with some funny scenes.. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Reader03

    An interesting story line but it is definitely slow but the burn wasn't quite there and a few more progressively interactions might be been more helpful. I received a copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review. An interesting story line but it is definitely slow but the burn wasn't quite there and a few more progressively interactions might be been more helpful. I received a copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Carole

    Unearthly is a truly imaginative Sci-Fi Romance that draws its storyline in part from the Beauty and the Beast fable expanding it into a marvelous rendition of romantic intrigue. This is a slow burn romance both engaging and expertly crafted as the two leads discover and learn to appreciate their many differences. It is when FMC Corinne is searching the nearby woods for her father who hasn’t returned from a hunting expedition that the story becomes otherworldly and fulfills the reader’s expectat Unearthly is a truly imaginative Sci-Fi Romance that draws its storyline in part from the Beauty and the Beast fable expanding it into a marvelous rendition of romantic intrigue. This is a slow burn romance both engaging and expertly crafted as the two leads discover and learn to appreciate their many differences. It is when FMC Corinne is searching the nearby woods for her father who hasn’t returned from a hunting expedition that the story becomes otherworldly and fulfills the reader’s expectations for something new and different in the telling of the tale. What Corinne discovers and what discovers her fuels this imaginative and wonderful narrative that sported a somewhat cheeky ship AI and its master Del who finds he is intrigued by the human female now his unwelcome guest. Captivating and emotionally fierce I look forward to following the story as it expands further in the second book of the series. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Sue

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    Eva

  16. 5 out of 5

    Michelle

  17. 4 out of 5

    Emily LeVault

  18. 4 out of 5

    Ella

  19. 4 out of 5

    Lisa Anderson

  20. 4 out of 5

    Michelle

  21. 5 out of 5

    Marie

  22. 4 out of 5

    Dania

  23. 5 out of 5

    Taylor

  24. 5 out of 5

    m.r.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Jayna

  26. 4 out of 5

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    Bry

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    Whitney

  30. 4 out of 5

    Elizabeth

  31. 4 out of 5

    OldBird

  32. 4 out of 5

    Maggie

  33. 5 out of 5

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