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Nightfall (Off World Series, Book #2): A Fantasy & Futuristic Romance Novella by [York, Rebecca]
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Length: 105 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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  • File Size: 963 KB
  • Print Length: 105 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Light Street Press (October 3, 2013)
  • Publication Date: October 3, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00FMJ8QSM
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An all male colony, a ship full of mail order brides, an untested hero and a heroine with secrets. Nightfall twists the innocent small town girl trope on its head with a small planet hero, Caleb, who has never been with a woman. His new bride, Beka, opens up a sensual world to him while keeping her secrets under lock and key. I really enjoyed watching these two develop their relationship and the futuristic world of Palomar. A fun, unexpected futuristic treat of a read from one of my favorite romantic suspense authors.
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Normally, I don't enjoy as much the fantasy and futuristic romance, because so many times they leave out the emotional element of the romance and also don't have a very good plot. I am happy to say, Rebecca York knows how to write an excellent story. From beginning to end, you were right there on the edge of your seat wondering what was going to happen next. From danger, to fear, to emotional ups and downs, this book was a true romance that kept on giving the future off-planet feeling of possible unknown dangers that could hid right next to you. Rebecca York is an excellent author, and this was an excellent read. I gave her 5 stars out of 5, cause I read this from front to back in one sitting, and you know, it had to be a great read when you can't put the book down. I think the cover of this book does not give the book justice. It needs to show a hot looking woman with a hot hunk of of a man with abs and muscles that reek of male sexiness. Have fun with this one. I know I did.
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This has an unusual twist, the bride traveling, not west, but into outer space, to be the wife of a man she'd never met. It is mainly told from the man's point of view, necessary to hide her secret. Language mild, but lots of explicit sexual descriptions. The outer space world is very well described.
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Nightfall by Rebecca York is a science fiction romance novella released in October 2013 by Light Street Press.
In Palomar the population is all male. They are survivors of a plague, but still didn't know if they would survive the environment on Palamar. Now, twenty years have passed and they feel confident it is safe to begin populating the planet.
Caleb Raider wins Beka Gunnarsen in a lottery. She has traveled to outer space in a futuristic mail order bride sort of scenario.
The couple is awkward with one another naturally. Beka is not sure what kind of man Caleb is. She keeps expecting him to lash out at her or mistreat her in some way.
Caleb is a hard working guy who lost his father in a mining accident. He has been a home steader since his father's death. He hasn't been around a woman since he was a child. All he knows is what he has read in a manual and from watching porn videos.
The couple slowly begins to adjust to one another and are finding they are compatable. However, Palomar is no Utopia. There are dangers and Beka will have to learn the lay of the land. The biggest danger to Beka comes when she comes face to face with her painful past. Will Caleb understand or will he regret the marriage?

Rebecca York is a seasoned and versital writer. She writes romantic suspense, paranormal romance and as of late fantasy and science fiction.
I really enjoyed this short story. I love made up locations where the imagination free to roam . There are no preconceived notions about an imaginary planet and the sky is the limit when writing about interplanetary travel. I also liked how a young man that knew so little about women, had a such respectful attitude toward Beka.
Beka's character was more bold, but also more careful.
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By TG on October 28, 2013
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Sweet love story. Enjoyed this short story with characters that were sweet and the interaction between them. The world building was good and you could understand the different aspects of it. I would recommend this book.
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How could a futuristic story set in Palomar, a colony in space, conjure up visions of the Old West where men are men, women are weary, and the land is sparse and unforgiving? Seems like an improbable contradiction, right? Wrong! Rebecca York's, Nightfall is exactly that and then some. Her characters, Caleb, a scruffy, insecure miner is lucky enough to win the lottery;
one of the new mail-order brides waiting at the dock is his. Beka, a sophisticated woman with a secret past, has decided to leave her troubled life and take a chance on meeting a trustworthy man. Seems like a contradiction in personalities to me.
In matters of the heart, Caleb, since never having been with a woman before, is clueless. Beka is very experienced in this department and becomes the seducer from the onset. If you're counting, contradiction #3. In the final pages of Nightfall another contradiction in life and death strategy occurs. But it wouldn't be right to give away the end now would it? You'll have to read York's artfully written novella to see what happens. Worthwhile read!
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hot and steamy adventure action and romance suspense new life between two types of people caleb who grew up majorly different but so did Beka both characters you can feel the attraction but also the shy attitudes they both have in this new relationship to know certain things you need to read this as well as Rebecca's other books i do know for me each time i read one of her books i feel like the main female lead character of hers and can understand how the character is feeling .. buy this book and others and read and then review them and continue to have a action adventure with Rebecca's books until next time read on ...
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