No acknowledgment—but is true love the exception?
Meirion Flatt is one of a handful of people participating in the human version of a nature show for an alien race known as the Fey. Kiar, one of the three men chosen to film her, has awakened emotions in her she hasn’t felt since her husband died. She can’t tell if the feelings are mutual or one-sided, but she’s willing to find out.
Kiar takes great pride in doing his job correctly and that pride means everything to him. The network he works for has a strict rule of no acknowledgment. He’s meant to observe, not interact—no matter what. When Meirion sets out to seduce him, his job becomes that much harder.
Love’s battlefield has gotten two new contenders and losing just isn’t an option.
Two of the universe's most stubborn people are about to clash in a new battle of the sexes. This competition has no rules and neither Meirion nor Kiar is willing to lose. It's her heart versus his pride. Will victory lead to joint happiness or both their defeats as Kiar struggles against... Acknowledging Meirion
Warning: This title contains mild cursing and masturbation.
- Author: Zenobia Renquist
- Publisher: Red Rose Publishing
- Genre: Sci-Fi Mainstream Romance (MC/IR)
- Length: Novella/Short (19.5K Words)
- eBook ISBN-10: 1-60435-043-1
- eBook ISBN-13: 978-1-60435-043-2
- eBook Price: $2.99 | Buy Now
- eBook Publication Date: 13 February 2008
She walked into the bedroom, stripping as she went. Her body tingled as the moment of truth drew near. She faced Kiar and smiled.
“For the people watching, I’ll be addressing Kiar for the rest of the night. Sorry if this is against the rules, but I’m not from your neck of the woods and this is my life. So deal or change the channel.”
That said, she walked over, grabbed Kiar’s hand and pulled him to the foot of the bed. He didn’t fight her, but she knew he wouldn’t. He and the others couldn’t acknowledge or react, but she could still do things to them.
One of her games—once she got used to Kiar and the others—was moving the men around the room for what she thought were “better” angles. She’d hesitated at first, thinking they would fight her, but they didn’t. That’s when she learned touching for her wasn’t against the rules.
She didn’t plan to take advantage of that fact tonight, not anymore than she already had. If nothing happened tonight, she’d consider it for tomorrow.
“You know, Kiar, I’m betting you could mouth an answer to me and the higher ups would never know.”