One Perfect Man
By Judi McCoy
made in outer space? Exactly.
perfect human mate is selected for her before she meets him –
before she steps foot on the primitive planet Earth.
She has a
sacred mission to perform: conceive a male child with her perfect
mate and return to the rendezvous point by the designated time without
right? Not when everything goes wrong. First Zara can’t find
her target. Second, she falls for the wrong man. Third, she discovers
that the basic training she received didn’t cover such basic
tasks as driving or washing clothes so that she stands painfully
out when she wants to fit in. Fourth, several suspicious men are
hunting for something – or someone – presumably her.
is hiding from his past and running from the law. His in-laws want
sole custody of his son. He would do anything to protect his only
child – even change his identity and give up his cherished
career gazing at the stars. Love hasn’t been in the stars
for him, nor does he foresee falling in love again. However, when
he meets the sweet, refreshing new server at the local diner, his
heart begins to mend. She would never steal his child as his ex
One Perfect Man is refreshingly witty and charming. I highly
recommend it for those who like a little science fiction with their