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Released: October 9th 2016
“From the robot dog to the psychic fox, there is going to be something that catches your interest.”
~ Under the Covers
I can’t even describe to you how excited I was when I saw this book pop up. I adore Sci-Fi romance, and now there is an anthology not only full of them, but also their pets as well. I had to have it. The anthology has a whole host of authors only one of which I had read before so it gave me a chance to see what other authors I could delve into. And now after having read this, I now have a whole host of authors I need to get to.
As with most anthologies though, I had a mixed reaction to each story, some of them I loved and was left wanting more, some I liked and some I wasn’t as keen on. I liked the variety that Pets in Space had though, although they were all Sci-Fi and involved a pet or animal in some way, they were all different enough that they would match a variety of tastes. From the robot dog to the psychic fox, there is going to be something that catches your interest.
Would I recommend you pick this up and give it a go? If you are a fan of Sci-Fi romance than yes, it’s a cute offering that will open your eyes to authors that perhaps you haven’t read before. If you aren’t a fan, but fancy something a little different than I implore you to give this a try, it’s a lot of fun.
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