Friday, February 4, 2011

Waves of Infinity

Title: Waves of Infinity
Author: Mark Alders
Publisher: eXtasy Books
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ISBN: 978-1-55487-779-9
Genre: {M/M/M}, Futuristic, Sci -fi
Rating: 4.5 Nymphs
Literary Nymph Reviewer: Critter Nymph

Julian and his husband C’tosh have spent many years getting the Infinity and her wave-surfing technique down. Finally the time has come for her maiden voyage and, while the men figured a few glitches would pop up, they never thought they would run into the problems they are now forced to face.

This is my first Mark Alders book but it won’t be my last. I loved both the characters in Waves of Infinity and the story line. Many times while reading, I thought that this would be great on the Syfy channel, and not as one of their Saturday night movies either. The story is full of action as the men must figure out just what is going on with their ship, as well as many of its passengers. The story will grab and hold the readers attention from the beginning. The problems with the ship, the crash landing on a mysterious plant and the creatures that inhabit it are all classic science-fiction.

The characters in Waves of Infinity are wonderfully written. Although Julian and C’tosh are a well established couple, and the reader is not really given much information on the beginning of their relationship, readers will still feel a connection to them. Julian comes across as cold and unfeeling at times, yet, the readers will soon see that not only is that not true, but that his husband knows just what to do to make Julian behave. C’tosh is just the opposite; the alien is able to see the good in everyone, but that doesn’t mean he won’t kill if the need arose. I loved the way these two cared about each other, making sure that the other is always safe and taken care of.

Jordan is a much younger man, an unwilling member of the Guardians, and just one of the many people on board the Infinity. He goes from a timid and abused young man to one who knows just what he wants. He makes a spicy addition to Julian and C’tosh’s little family. Readers need to be prepared because when these three get together things get hot, fast.

If you are a fan of either the futuristic or science fiction genres, this is one book you will want to pick up.

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