Sami is just not having luck with men.
Her latest boyfriend has deserted her in the middle of the
Pennsylvania woods because she “wasn’t a sure thing” as he
had thought. So, while she is a city girl at heart she
immediately figured she had to take care herself for the
evening and will spend her time devising a plan to get back
at the creep. What she doesn’t expect to see is a caped
hunk, appear out of nowhere.
Croghan is not having a good day. He
is sent to Earth with his team of Interceptors to destroy
the scouts of the villainous Fala, who are a species of
vampires that destroy humanoid worlds. He doesn’t count on
losing the rest of his team or his craft but, knowing this
he knows that he is the last hope that Earth has. What he
also doesn’t count on is running into Sami. Sami is unlike
all the other women he has ever met. For starters, he seems
to have a jealous streak that she brings out and also a
protective streak that is different than he has faced as
part of his job.
Will Sami be able to accept what
Croghan really is and will he be able to complete his
mission as well as accept life on Earth?
I continue to enjoy the writings of Ms. Merlin.
Cosmic Hero is an action packed humorous adventure.
I enjoyed how Ms. Merlin blended sci-fi with contemporary
situations and wove it all into an interesting tale.
Cosmic Hero presents another view on how Vampires
might have come to be on earth, and in this version they are
serious villains. Cosmic Hero is a winner and
will make you laugh.