Lucky Stars Box Set: 7 Sweet & Spicy Sci-fi Paranormal Romance Stories (Review by Katie – #NerdGirlKtLBLy)

Lucky Stars

Title: Lucky Stars Box Set: 7 Sweet & Spicy Sci-fi Paranormal Romance Stories

Authors:  Louisa Bacio, Kim Carmichael, Solera Winters, Christine Ashworth, Fred T. Kerns, Sascha Illyvich, Erzabet Bishop

Published Date: March 17th 2015

Genre:  Paranormal Romance


1 star1 star1 star1 star

paragraph divider 18



Thank your lucky stars…

Seven romantic tales take the reader out of this world and into worlds of sexy heroes and strong feisty heroines. From the stars in futuristic sci fi, to wolf shifters, to Greek gods, to ancient curses and fairy tales, seven of today’s hot romance authors take you on journeys of the heart where the only rule is a happily ever after.

After Cornelius’s family is jinxed, he suffers from the unluck of the Irish. Forced to spend every St. Patrick’s Day with green hair—and more—Cornelius must convince Jenna of his love when she’s unable to remember him.

Out for a good time and some green beer, Jenna sustains disbelief of not-so-little green leprechauns when she discovers Cornelius’s really big curse. -Lucky Charms by Louisa Bacio

When Isra (Citizen 24178) of Sustenire is selected to take part in her planet’s population expansion program, she is proud to be the first chosen to be with the mysterious humanoids from the planet Terra. From a society who shuns social contact and emotion she is shocked to learn she is allowed to communicate with her match before they meet for their designated copulation appointment. Since he has never connected with a female from his planet, Damek of Terra is more than intrigued with the idea of learning about this strict, staunch society. However once he begins exchanging messages with Isra he finds himself intrigued and enchanted with his match, and longs to show her a universe long denied her, starting with the pleasures of mating. With her heart now opened to new sensations and feelings, she must decide if she is made for duty or made for love. -Made for Love by Kim Carmichael

When Vikki Godwin is dumped at a bar on her fifth date, she’s ready to give up on finding love. Enter Anteros, the god of unrequited love, who must convince her to take a chance on a one night stand. -The Last Date by Solera Winters

Emmalee wants her great-grandfather’s journals in order to solve a family mystery. But to get them, she has to convince the wildly sexy Hollister Thorne to help her search his family’s library.

Hollister just wants to break the curse on his family, which is why he hired the great-granddaughter of the woman who cursed his ancestor.
Together, Emmalee and Hollister learn that love knows no boundaries of time… -Thorne’s Rose by Christine Ashworth

Allyse Montlake is a BBW witch with some unusual skills. When a chance job interview lands her a part on the wildly popular Extreme Bachelor television special, she finds herself face to face with Soren Rochester, the hottest man she has ever seen. Puppies, passion and a hot seat on camera await Allyse as she discovers the secrets of the heart can have thorns deeper than the most vibrant rose. -Taming the Beast by Erzabet Bishop

Kolya Mason, a young adventurer with a badly scarred face, has been hitchhiking on starships for several years. Now, she boards a ship leaving Terran-controlled space for the first time, joining a science team investigating the reappearance of a long-lost spacecraft. She’s accompanied by a gorgeous young man who insists on tagging along … but what’s he up to? Is he genuinely attracted to her, or does he have some other agenda? -Mission to Bellatrix by Fred Kerns

Feeling uninspired and unwanted, Theresa must make a decision when the strong willed Alpha of the local pack comes on to her. Can she submit to him, give in her entire being to this man or will he scare her off? -Submit to Him by Sascha Illyvich


***Adult Warning – May Contain Graphic Sex, Strong Language, Or Adult Situations. Caution Advised***
paragraph divider 18
*** Katie – #NerdGirlKtLBLy’s Review***
This is a set of seven short stories with recurring themes of finding true love. The stories are: Lucky Charms, Made for Love, The Last Date, Thorne’s Rose, Taming the Beast, Mission to Ballatrix, and Submit to him. This is going to be a quick synopsis of them:
A leprechaun has to find his true mate on St. Patrick’s Day, a woman who lives on a planet where no one has known or experienced emotions is experiencing them with an outsider and isn’t sure if she likes them or wants things to go back to the way things used to be, a woman who has a 5 dates only rule has the Greek God of Unrequired Love finding her and is falling in love with her and wants to be with her forever, a retelling of Beauty and the Beast where a rose horticulturist meets a man who is under a family curse and only true love can break the spell, a wolf shifter breaks up with his witch girlfriend after she kicks his dog and she curses that he has only two weeks to find someone who will love him or else everyone he cares about will turn into what they fear the most, a woman who used to be a supermodel but is now scarred from an explosion on a space ship is going back to space with a crew to see if they can get to another ship that has recently been found after 700 years that was in a black hole, a stubborn dominant witch will have to reluctantly change her ways and submit to someone she really doesn’t want to in order to save mankind.
My favorite stories were Lucky Charms, Taming the Beast, and Mission to Ballatrix. Their all self-contained stories so you can continue one after another or skip from book 1 to book 6 and read them in any order you choose. Romance isn’t always about good looking men and woman hooking up, it’s about the awkward outsider who doesn’t think anyone will love them because of their age, or their weight, or scars but someone sees the real them and they fall in love with everything about them.


***Review has been done in conjunction with Nerd Girl Official. For more information regarding our reviews please visit our Fan Site:***



NGO on Twitter!