**New Release & Review** Spanning Worlds (An Askari Series Novel) by J.M. Link


He’s tall, quiet, and evades her at every turn…

Virologist Kemina Perez didn’t think to be at the center of a fierce alien’s fight to save his species. But now she is, and it’s put her on an interesting path—one filled by a dark Askari with beautiful green eyes and a reserve that makes her have to corner him just to get him to talk to her. There’s something special about Jadar, though; she can’t quite put her finger on it. When Mina does, turns out she’ll span worlds and more just to stay by his side.
Jadar’s seen enough of Aderus’s trials with Tori to know he’d rather keep his distance when it comes to their new allies. Except there’s one who refuses to leave him be…even if he can’t deny the appeal of her springing tresses and inquisitive mind. To wage a combined war, they’ll have to work together, and in doing so, help him kindle a part of himself he’s never really forgotten.

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Nancy’s Review

Wow! JM just rocked it again. She is the QUEEN of slow burn. You can feel the tension between her characters. I loved Mina and Jadar! Mina is impressive and powerful in her new role. And Jadar is a bit more easy to work with than any other Askari we’ve met. Put them together and they make a stunning team. I couldn’t put this book down! Now I want to do a reread of the first two books. Truly amazing! 5 stars

About JM Link

JM is a part-time writer, full-time dreamer, who was raised in rural upstate New York where she still resides with her wonderful husband and various four-legged children. She loves anything to do with Space, and is forever searching for the perfect chai tea latte.



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