Jay may have had a bad day, but that
didn’t mean that things had gotten so bad that she was
suddenly interested in her nerdy neighbor Fred. He dressed
horribly, wore the evidence of his being an artist, and Jay
suspected he had a crush on her. Jay really wasn’t interested
in him, but Fred had come to her rescue when he heard her
scream inside her apartment, and Jay decided to be friendlier
towards him. Maybe he’d be interested in one of the ladies in
the poetry group that was meeting that night.
Fred had wanted Jay for months and he
finally was making some headway. Granted, she has only gone
out with him as “friends” for her to meet someone else, but it
was still a step in the right direction. He was here for an
assignment, but was more than willing to accept Jay as a perk.
Autumn Dawn once again weaves a story
that is pure entertainment. This time, in Interstellar
Lover, we have Jay, a heroine who starts to suspect
that there is something more to her neighbors than meets the
eye. It was fun to watch Jay as she tries to figure out if
what she was seeing was just her imagination, or reality. It
is once Jay learns the truth about Fred and his reason for
being there that the true adventure begins. I have yet to be
disappointed by Autumn Dawn, and she is quickly becoming one
of my favorite authors.