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Zorroc (Feline Predators of Ganz #1)

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ZORROC Feline Predators of Ganz Zorroc, Supreme Leader of Gattonia, must find a way to save his planet from extinction and defeat the monster race that laid a smart virus into Gattonia's atmosphere, killing or rendering infertile many of its females. His first step? Procure females from Earth, a compatible species, and bring them back to his planet for breeding. One in par ...more
Paperback, 320 pages
Published August 11th 2009 by Wild Rose Press (first published June 6th 2006)
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An enjoyable, but fairly predictable scifi romance.

Zorroc, leader of Gattonia has come to Earth to grab women for his planet because their own women have been mostly rendered sterile, due to a race called Dargons.

He has a woman in mind for his own, Catarina, but she is in fact Gattonian. Her parents being of a High House of Gattonia. She has no idea of this of course.

I quite liked some of the twists and turns and being a Trekkie, loved the fact that the Head Dargon was named Gorn, and in fact l
Though it's of the "Mars-Needs-Women" Trope, it's a bit deeper than the usual. I'm looking forward to the two sequels, which both feature heroes introduced in the first book. I hope both also feature characters from the first book, since I would like to know what happens to them.
It was a good read. Had all the SF PNR qualities I enjoy: good and bad aliens; georgeous, large, muscled alpha males; strong, interesting women; conflict; betrayal; war; and, of course, love and passion. Now I'm off to read the next book in the series, Sherem, Feline Predators of Ganz.
Toni (U.A.C.)
Thought this was going to be a shifter wasn't, more alien race with feline looks and traits. It was ok, but not what I was expecting.
Teri Jackson
I kind of got board with Zorroc about half why through.
>.< But I read it to the end and it was an ok ending.
Sammy, Recovering Monster Sex Addict
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Lil spends her time at the mercy of her fertile
imagination, which garnered her a nomination for
Best Erotic Paranormal Romance from Romantic
Times Book Reviews along with many other, very
much appreciated, superlative accolades from
premier review sites.
She now lives in Weeki Wachee, Florida,
enjoying the “big birds,” mermaids and manatees—
and ruled by her demando cats: Katu, China Cat
Sunflower and Mad
More about Lil Gibson...
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