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By Year of Publication, Deep Space, Ly-San-Ter Family Series

1990 (June), Warrior’s Woman

On the planet Kystran, year 2139, a place where technology rules with no room for passion, top-notch security guard Tedra De Arr is a force to be reckoned with. Statuesque, startlingly beautiful and the height of physical perfection, Tedra has never known a man’s touch — only because no man on her planet can vanquish her in battle — or in bed.

When the planet is taken over by an evil despot, Tedra manages to escape with her friend Martha — a wise-cracking computer. Together, they find refuge in an exotic world where powerful warriors reign supreme, an alien planet where the innocent but brazen Tedra challenges a bronzed barbarian named Challen.

Unfortunately for Tedra, she loses — and she must become Challen’s slave, fulfilling his every wish “even where he sleeps.” But what begins as punishment soon becomes sensuous joy — as Tedra discovers what it means to desire, as she tries to no avail to extinguish her passion in order to save her world.

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6 thoughts on “1990 (June), Warrior’s Woman

  1. I would love, love, love, to see this book made into a movie. And have Director’s Catherine Hardwicke and James Cameron work together to make it. This would be soooooooooooooo awsome.

    Posted by Kay | August 2, 2011, 12:00 pm
    • I would have to agree with you. This book would be a great movie. I would like to get it on audio also!!!!!!!!!

      Posted by Jennifer | May 24, 2012, 9:38 pm
      • Does this book come in an audio? My cousin has been looking for both this one and Keeper of the Heart on audio.

        Posted by Katherine Timko | April 22, 2015, 1:48 am
  2. Someone told me that there was an epilogue to this book that for some reason didn’t make it into the kindle edition. Is this true? Is there an epilogue to Warrior’s Woman? I would really appreciate knowing, thanks!

    Posted by Marie | June 9, 2013, 9:30 am
  3. I have just finished rereading this again. Not half bad 😉 Some things could be made more logical or more plausible, but i do so like this story.

    Posted by Franca | June 29, 2014, 9:30 pm

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