It's so hard to find a good Romatic Futuristic, but this was really great. The picture on the front makes you think it's a historical, but it's not.
From the back of the book: He was quite simply the most exquisite hunk of a man Nisa Calydon had ever seen. Seneca's sinewy strength and chiseled features touched a chord deep inside her--reminding her of a love long gone, of the cruel betrayal of a foolish girl's naive faith. But Nisa was all grown up now, and she had a crucial job to do. Determined to avert a potentially disastrous war, she had kidnapped the virile off-worlder to fulfill her responsibility. New she'd have to use Seneca's resemblance to the sworn enemy of her people to pull off a daring masquerade. But the more time she spent with the primitive warrior, the more confused she became. And suddenly Nisa wasn't sure how she wanted this assignment to end. For behind Seneca's brawn she found a man of a surprisingly wise and compassionate nature, in his past she found mysteries that needed resolving and in his arms she found a passion like none she had ever known.
This is the first of a series and all of them are really great!