The book tells a space travel tale about the Mootoa, a place somewhere far in other stars where non-humans lived a more flourishing life. As Earth discovered space travel to faraway stars, there came a great demand for space ships and three corresponding engines. Lorili, one of the space ships, but technically a boat, had its crewmembers die mysteriously. One of them was the wife of the captain, Jacob Grimm, or simply Jake.
“Mootoa's Moons: The Other Woman” then followed Captain Jake and Lorili's journey in acquiring new engines and a new engineer in Mootoa, the only place where these could be found. Apparently, information about Mootoa was scarce among the Earthmen. More importantly, the inhabitants of Mootoa did not perceive the Earthmen's capabilities and intelligence to fulfill the roles upheld to run a spaceship, more so with having a male human being as the captain. As Captain Jake strived to prove himself, he was also met with a new engineer from Mootoa who was seeking his approval and becoming part of his crew while having her life entangled with him as they continue the journey in space and in love.
This book is recommended for readers who are looking for space adventure and romance with interesting insights into engineering. This is also a fascinating read for readers who are looking for LGBTQ romance.
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Mootoa's Moon: The Other Woman
Author: Susan Quilleash
Publisher: Your Online Publicist
Published Date: April 2022
Book Genre: Science Fiction, Romance
About the Author
Susan Quilleash is a retired army sergeant living in Colorado Springs. When not writing, she spends her time in volunteer work for her church and the local GLBT community. She has also retired from her 19 years of service in the public school as a High School Math teacher and substitute. A boy until she grew up to be a woman, she had worked as a cowboy, cook, soldier, carpenter, teacher, politician, and writer. She has lived and worked on four continents.
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