Runner's Moon: Simolif (Book 3)

Science Fiction & Fantasy, Romance

By Linda Mooney

Publisher : Whiskey Creek Press Torrid

ABOUT Linda Mooney

Linda Mooney
Linda loves to write romance with a fantasy or science fiction flair. Her technique is often described as being as visual as a motion picture or graphic novel. By day she is a Kindergarten teacher, wife, and mother of two who lives in a small south Texas town near the Gulf coast. But at ni More...


An erotic sci-fi/urban fantasy romance novel by Linda Mooney.  Book 3 of the Runner's Moon series.  #1 Best Seller from Whiskey Creek Press Torrid.

Runner-Up Bestselling Torrid Title of The Year, 2008
Readers' Choice #1 Torrid Bestseller Of The Month
Joyfully Reviewed Recommended Read

Each book in this series weaves together, so for best enjoyment I would read them in order. However, they are so well written and so truly pleasurable that a reader would still love this book without having read the others. I found this story captivating and the characters enchanting. Simolif is the kind of 'man' we all enjoy ­ aware of his appeal and enjoys it thoroughly yet still loving and open-minded, the empathetic character we pull for and still with the manly 'I-know-what's-best' mentality that we all find so amusing. And Sarah is such a unique heroine. I love that she already believes in life beyond this planet.
-- 4.5 hearts
-- Reviewed by AMG, The Romance Studio

I loved this story. Ms. Mooney never fails to deliver. This story only gets better as she goes on with the continuing struggle of thirty-one people trying to find their heart's desire.
- 5 Enchantments
- Melanie, Enchanting Reviews

This isn't my first book I've read of Linda Mooney's. But I have to tell you, before I had even read through the first chapter I had to go back and purchase the first two books in the Runner's Moon series. I guarantee you won't be disappointed. All three are now on my keeper shelf. SRR GRADE: A -- Melisa, Simply Romance Reviews

The emotions are intense and believable, and Ms. Mooney gives us well-conceived, interesting races, with believable motivations and reactions. The level of detail is fascinating; she gives extensive information on her characters' origins, the society of their home planet, the climate and geography, customs, even some language, all delivered smoothly and naturally within the context of the story.
If you enjoy your romance hot, with a heaping side of science fiction, you won't want to miss this series. Runner's Moon, Book 3: Simolif is an engaging tale that sends the reader on a wild ride of fear, love, and humor, delivered with nearly nonstop action. _
Dee, ParaNormalRomance Reviews

Linda Mooney has once again created a story filled with love, passion and danger. Don't miss the third thrilling installment in the Runner's Moon series, SIMOLIF.
- Lori Ann, RRTErotic

A Recommended Read from Joyfully Reviewed
Fantastic Sci-Fi story is the first thing that comes to mind when I tell people about Simolif. It is a stand-alone story, but is the third in a series that I hope continues on for a long time. I loved how the author linked science together with the aliens that are on Earth. Ms. Mooney has created one of the most interesting alien groups that I have seen in a long time. Her writing pulled me in and the scenes that she created all seemed plausible to me. I highly recommend this story for those who like Sci-Fi Romances. It is also why I have Joyfully Recommended Simolif. -- Tonya, Joyfully Reviewed

The sparks that fly between these two characters are very hot and very romantic. This reader immediately became enmeshed in the story and did not want it to end. This story has it all, great sex and romance, and the suspense qualities of a good thriller. When the enemy of these alien shape shifters comes after them, and tries to capture them, it is Sarah who through her love and connection to Simon that is able to save them from being recaptured. I recommend this story to anyone who likes his or her erotica with a sci-fi twist. I definitely want to go back and read the previous parts of this series.
Reviewed by Anthurium, Whipped Cream Reviews