Mattison volunteers at a local hospital by comforting cancer
patient children, a pastime that her shallow, socialite
mother would never approve of. She’d rather spend her days
doing something more meaningful with her life than attending
fashion shows and brunches at the local country club.
the king of Diama, searching for his queen. He’s been
observing Christine, admiring her compassion, intelligence
and pragmatism. When he saves her from danger, he’s
instantly aware that she is not repulsed by his reptilian
appearance. Once Droan moves in to bond with Christine,
there’s no turning back for either of them.
Christine and Droan overcome her snobbish mother’s plans in
order to be together? Or will outside forces destroy their
chance at happiness?
Unique Transformation is a sensual, sweet and
light romance. It recalls the simplistic antidote of
boy-meets-girl, except in this case, the boy is an alien and
the girl is a socialite in training. Direct and to the
point, there’s little complexity. What you see is what you
get. Ms. Dawson is gifted at writing scenes to move you to
tears, which allows you to initially connect with
Christine. The love scenes and interactions between Droan
and Christine felt a bit dated for me. There was an
interesting twist near the end, despite the plot and
character clichés. Overall, there are readers that this
story will appeal to.