by Kate Hill

October 2003
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Terra has shared dreams with a gatherer named Inez for months and he is ready to claim his mate. As a trainer and one of the most powerful Flying Carrier Horseman, half man and half stallion, capable of changing at will. Terra is sure that once they spend some time together he will have no problem getting close to her. He is sure that they are a perfect match for each other.

Inez has made a vow never to mate. As far as she is concerned, that is the kiss of death to her independence and autonomy. Even though she admires Horseman and has shared dreams with one, she is still determined to stay single. That is until she meets the sexy Terra.

It takes a while, but Inez promises to at least get to know him before making her decision. she is sure that she can hold out against him. She finally realizes that there is no fighting fate. Terra is pleased when she accepts him. As they fly missions to gather Rock Blood, they become more and more in tune with each other and fall deeper in love.

What they donít realize is that there are others who donít share their tolerance for the mating between Horsemen and human women. unknown to them, plots have been put into motion by their enemies to destroy them and their love. It will take love and determination to survive the coming challenge.

I enjoyed this story. Terra was strong, passionate yet capable of compromise. He really impressed me with his willingness to allow Inez to continue her work as a Gatherer, a dangerous job, when he could have demanded that she stay home. I was afraid at first that Inez was going to be a total bitch, but I was wonderfully surprised to find her open-minded and willing to compromise. The love, passion and respect these two characters have for each other is obvious and lovely to see.

I highly recommend this story to fans of Kate Hill and to anyone who hasnít has the pleasure of reading one of her highly entertaining stories.

Reviewed in November 2003 by Carolyn.

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