Title: The Planet Whisperer
Author: EE Montgomery
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Characters: Jonah Starovski and First Lieutenant Marcus Davis
Jonah Starovski, a Planet Whisperer, harnesses the energy surrounding dead planets and redirects it into new growth. Abandoned by the man who bought him from a brothel sixteen years ago, Jonah flounders in a world he’s ill equipped to deal with. He must accept the help of a stranger in order to rebuild his life.
First Lieutenant Marcus Davis volunteers as Jonah’s assistant without realizing the terraforming process requires Jonah’s sexual release. Balanced on the knife-edge of fear and ambition, Marcus is faced with his mother’s machinations and threats to his career. Marcus’s parents bring their illegal scientific experiments to the planets Jonah is terraforming just as Marcus learns to accept himself and his feelings for Jonah. At the same time, Jonah’s past catches up to him, putting them both in danger.
Jonah and Marcus must trust in each other to put a stop to the illegal activities, rescue an endangered animal, and create the future they both want—a future they can share.
The Planet Whisperer is a really amazing story. I loved the characters and the plot was unlike anything I have read before.
Jonah is a Planet Whisperer. He can harness energy to make planets habitable again. But when he is abandoned by the man that bought him from the brothel he once worked in, he is forced to find someone else to help him with the current planet.
First lieutenant Marcus Davis volunteers for the job without realizing that it means he will have to help Jonas will sexual release during the terraforming. Now he is forced to think about his own feelings, while dealing with a mother that tries to rule his life and his own growing feelings toward Jonas. Then to make matters more interesting Jonah’s past catches up to him and he must decide what to do.
The Planet Whisperer is truly a wonderful book. It kept me guessing as to what was going to happen next and the sexual tension between the two main characters were off the charts.
Reviewed By: Jerry
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