The planet Kion has approximately three
million people, comfortably ruled by King Chance with the
help of his brother, Prince Jack. Kion itself is dying and
King Chance must find another suitable planet, another home
for his people.
Years ago on the planet Vestalumbria
Queen Valerie made all the men leave, including her husband
and banned any man from setting foot on the planet.
Princess Valeen and her guards travel off planet as the
princess is curious about men among other things.
The king decides that Vestalumbria will
be the best place to settle even if their queen won’t allow
men on the planet. Chance will need to woo Valeen and hope
that she can be compassionate towards his plans for his
people, plus with a little luck and thorough skill Valeen
might just enjoy sex, the real kind and take a chance on a
sexy, grateful king.
Action, adventure and romance bring
Cosmic Hearts to life for readers. This
futuristic tale has a steady, solid plotline with a dying
planet, talking computers, space pirates and much more. I
found Cosmic Hearts to be a charming,
delightful and tame love story. I do think however that
references to music,phrases and other things from ‘old
Earth’ were too many and put me in the present instead of up
in the stars. Cosmic Hearts has few surprises
yet it is a pleasing tale for readers who prefer a more
gentle futuristic romance.