Book Reviews

What Once Was Lost (Lady Blue Crew 7) by Lynn Hagen and Stormy Glenn at Siren Publishing

Genre Science Fiction / Paranormal / Aliens / Shifters / Interspecies / Gay Erotic Romance
Reviewed by Christy Duke on 27-July-2013

Book Blurb

Mo doesn't know what to do with Mykel. He's new to the future he's living in and doesn't understand half of what people tell him, let alone show him. When Mykel insists that they are mates, Mo's set to run in the other direction.

Mykel knows Mo is his mate the second he lays eyes on the sexy human. He packs up everything he owns and leaves his family to join his mate on board the Lady Blue. Life would be perfect if only his mate would accept him.

Trouble follows the crew of the Lady Blue crew with every turn, and Mo and Mykel are no exception. When plans backfire and go wrong, saving each other just might be easier than admitting that they belong together. But the past won't be forgotten, and when Mo goes on a wild mission doomed to failure, Mykel races to his rescue, refusing to give up on the one man that makes him feel whole. Now, it's just a matter of saving Mo from himself.


Book Review

Book seven in the Lady Blue Crew series by Stormy Glenn & Lynn Hagen is about Mo and Mykel. I liked the book very much and the main characters even more.

Mo is a transplanted Old Earth human who came back with the crew through the wormhole. He's pretty much lost in the technology and alien life. Having a "little alien man" declare Mo his mate sends him running in fear. Mo has lost too much in his life already and he's not about to get involved with anyone at this time.

Mykel is Hyberion and knows Mo is his mate instantly. He packs his belongings and joins the crew intent on making a life with his mate. Unfortunately for Mykel, Elite Forces is still after the crew and now they are after the mates as well.

This book was sweet and made me want to reach out and hug both Mo and Mykel. The love they discover is worth the pain of getting there.

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Additional Information

Format ebook
Length Novella, 127 pages/35384 words
Heat Level
Publication Date 28-January-2012
Price $5.50 ebook
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