Title: The Deviants
Author: Treva Harte
Published by: Loose Id, LLC
Genre: Sci-Fi Erotica
Rated: ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥ ♥
Tory Hynde has had an incredibly
bad day and it just seems to get worse when she is kidnapped by two lunatic women who seem to think they live on another planet. When Tory finds out that they aren’t lunatics and have truly whisked her away
to a different world than what she is used to, she panics. She has been dropped
on a planet where men and women live in separate cities. They do not date or
marry, or even have sex. The women are inseminated and even forced to give up
their children at birth if they are boys. But there is a place called No-Land
where “deviants” go to live, where they can have all the male/female sex they could want or raise their sons if
they just can’t part with them. Tory isn’t prepared for this kind
of life, men may make her crazy but she just can’t make herself be attracted to a woman.
And meeting the man of her dreams on another planet, a planet she doesn’t plan to stay on could be the biggest
crushing blow she will receive.
Captain Aric Herron lives
in Androvia, the man village on Planet Tierra. He loves being in the military
but has always thought himself a little different from the other men because he doesn’t like men sexually and hasn’t
settled down with a mate yet. When he meets Tory he knows right away that there
is something different about her from the other Femmelanders. When she jumps
him and introduces him to male/female sex he knows why he has never felt right, he’s a deviant. But his planet doesn’t readily except that way of life, but hopefully with the help of Dagmar, Rhoanna,
Faye and Edmond
he can help change the way Tierra inhabitants think and live. No one should be
shunned for wanting someone of the opposite sex. Can they change the planets
way of life before being discovered as Deviants?
FIVE hearts! I was so in love with the whole book. Three different tales
of three different couples. The thought that sex with a different gender than
you being illegal was wonderful. It seems to give you a different way of looking
at homosexuals today. Treva Harte is a wonderful writer who not only brings light
and humor to her characters but hot, steamy sex that will keep you turning page after page.