Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Forbidden Love by Kaye Manro


We're spending the week looking at a great science fiction romance by Kaye Manro. Now, remember how strange Gene Roddenberry 's characters were, Kaye's hero is somewhat of a mix of human and lizard. Can you imagine the love scenes?! Let's see what our cheeky lizard is up to today?








Forbidden Love Excerpt:

...She was upon him so near he could feel her breath, sense her warmth. She reached out and ran a hand through the air, searching the length of him.

“Maya,” he blew her name on a sigh.

“Take me with you," she implored, as water filled her astounding tawny eyes. "I want to be with you, T'Kon.” She melded her body against his invisible one.

“You know nothing of me or my world.”

“Teach me, show me everything.”

He felt her heat burning inside him, yet the absurdity of her request burned brighter. “What you ask is not possible.”

“Will you please become visible so I can look at you?” She asked. “We need to talk about this before you go flying off into the universe.”

He unshielded his body so she could see him. “I cannot take you.”

“Why not? You can’t say it was coincidence that you happened to crash land in my back yard.”

No, an unfortunate accident. The truthful certainty traced across his mind. Yet his arms enclosed her and he lifted her up. Her legs straddled his waist, and he held her close against his body. A fit so right he could not deny it.

“I wish it were not so, but it is,” he whispered, breathing in her pungent scent. “You would not survive on my world.” He dropped his head to taste her lips before she had a chance to counter his words. “Just one last kiss.” Her mouth opened to allow his tongue entry and he explored the soft moistness, losing himself in her tang.

The stars help him. He did not want to leave her.

Without warning, a sudden and dangerous noise yanked T’Kon from his sexual stupor. He sensed peril approaching. In a rapid-fire move, he raised his palm. A copper arch flashed and shimmered before them revealing the entryway to his concealed spacecraft. He dragged her inside. Tapping a pad the opening closed leaving them hidden behind an undetectable shield..

3 comments:

Kaye Manro said...

This is so cool Nancy! thank you so much~ I see you finally let the Cheeky Lizard out of the bag!

Obe said...

I did and must tell you I read the story last night. The song muskrat love played through my head. Very well done. I'll never look at an iguana quite in the same manner again.

Kaye Manro said...

LOL, Nancy-- I hope you meant that in a good way! Thanks...

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