Evan's Ladies

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Science, sex, sorrow, solidarity, scandal, sympathy, and sense deprivation are hallmarks of this add-on novel to the To Be Sinclair series!

Prince Evan Sinclair may be a brilliant stargate scientist, but his love life has soared to incredible heights and plunged to unbelievable depths. Who will stay by his side forever? More

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Words: 81,060
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301211449
About Eva Caye

After a health crisis forced Eva Caye to re-evaluate her life, she took up her favorite hobby, writing, to find meaning and inspiration once more. Three years of obsessive writing, research, and finding ways to pay for an editor led to eight books in the To Be Sinclair series. Eva's current works-in-progress are a series finale called MORALITY, which will be published May 30th, and two prequels set about 100 years in the future.

The To Be Sinclair series consists of science fiction romance novels that focus on a future 600 years from now. In the Sinclair 'universe', humanity has spread to over 100 planets, with all the concomitant travails such as how colonies set up governments, how they travel and trade among the stars, and how they unite, and fight, for power. Yet one of the most important decisions anyone can make is choosing a life-partner; these novels specifically address the personal needs of the main characters, to show how progressive, benevolent rulers struggle to find the love and support of people willing to live with the dangers of being Imperial.

Eva lives with her magnificent husband and two beautiful mutts in a tiny, century-old farmhouse in Louisville, Kentucky.

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Review by: Patricia Maki on May 21, 2013 :
Another brilliant read. I loved it. What about Catherine's story? She is mentioned in a few books, but with no depth. I would love to read about her.
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