Tripping Through the Universe: Farthest Space: The Wrath of Jan / Earth Girls Aren't Easy / Fully Functional / Interplanetary Love
Tripping Through the Universe Farthest Space The Wrath of Jan / Earth Girls Aren't Easy / Fully Functional / Interplanetary Love Author:Shelley Munro, Ellen Fisher, Jaide Fox, Ashley Ladd Take a romp into a future gone wild.... Boldly going where no woman has gone before, four women sift through the rubble of disaster in search of love and passion.... — Farthest Space: The Wrath of Jan by Ellen Fisher — Stranded on a remote planet with Captain Steven T. McNeill, the galaxy's biggest playboy, and facing deadly d... more »angers that include starvation and large, hungry saber-toothed cats, Vaish's deepest desires should be survival and escape. So why do her desires seem to focus on how sexy her captain is instead?
Earth Girls Aren't Easy by Jaide Fox
Rebel Earthling, Chyna Lin has just been "presented" the "opportunity" by alien King Darion Jatara to bear his children. She has two problems with that. One -- he's a real ass. Two -- she has every intention of escaping.
Fully Functional by Ashley Ladd
Shannon tests Gregg's new "smart" house and androids to get closer to Gregg, even though it's against her better judgment to trust the mad, if hot, scientist. Things get crazy when the randy butler android tries to prove how "fully functional" he is, the bots hold her prisoner in her own house, and they plot world domination. Only Gregg can save her -- the same man who sent remote control cars crashing through her living room and caused her hair to catch on fire.
Interplanetary Love by Shelley Munro
Ekim Ramuk, of the planet Nidni, is famous. Women are falling all over themselves to bed Nidni's greatest lover, but Ekim has a dark secret. He's a virgin. When a drunken impulse leads to Carly into signing up with a dating agency she's expecting the worst. Instead, she ends up with Ekim -- a god on two legs. There has got to be something wrong with this picture...« less
Since Cynthia gave you the overall feel of the stories, I'll pass on that part. I'm hoping I didn't pay for this book because if I did, I wasted my money. The first story was good, the second story was good. Have you ever read a story by an author and you thought "I really like this author"? Well, the last two stories are by authors that I like. However, if I would have read these two stories first I never would have picked up another book by either of them! One other thing that bothered me about this book is that it really needed a good proof-reader.