Book Reviews of From the Mist

From the Mist
From the Mist
Author: Saranne Dawson
ISBN-13: 9780843930832
ISBN-10: 0843930837
Publication Date: 2/1991
Pages: 368
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Publisher: Leisure Books
Book Type: Paperback
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With the men and women of Volas living forever separated from one another, with their only dealings being for scientific procreation, fierce warrior Jorlan vows to bring the genders back together, especially Amala, a fiery beauty who refuses to allow any man to dominate her.
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A futuristic romance.

The battle of the sexes

The Island
For generations the men and women of Volas had been separated--the warlike males living on the mainland, the peace-loving females in an isolated haven perpetually surrounded by mist. Their only dealing were for the purpose of procreation, and they were strictly scientific rather than sensual.

The Warrior
Fiercely possessive. Jorlan found this state of affairs an affront to his male pride. He had sworn he would restore the women of Volas to their men, particularly the fiery beauty Amala, who had chosen him as her long-distance mate.

The woman.
Direct descendant of the first Amala, who had led her sisters into isolation one hundred years before, she bore a striking resemblance to her namesake. She wanted no man to dominate her, not even the charismatic Jordan, who filled her with a strange longing to taste the forbidden pleasures of love.