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In Her Work, Susan Quilleash Examines the Intriguing Facets of Space Travel, Extraterrestrial Life, and LGBTQ Romance

By: WebWire

In “Mootoa's Moons: The Other Woman,” a bright and healthy love story in space was realized with enthralling romantic twists that specifically highlighted gender norms and LGBTQ issues.

The book is a space opera about the Mootoa, a planet far away in another star system where non-humans led more prosperous lives. Three comparable engines were in high demand as soon as Earth learned of interstellar travel to distant stars. The crew of the spaceship Lorili inexplicably perished. One of them was the captain's wife, Jacob Grimm, also known as Jake.

The quest of Captain Jake and Lorili to find new engines and an engineer in Mootoa, the only location where they could be found, was then followed in “Mootoa's Moons: The Other Woman.” Evidently, the Earthmen knew very little about Mootoa. More importantly, the people of Mootoa didn't think that Earthmen could handle the responsibilities of running a spaceship, especially with a male human as the captain. As Captain Jake worked to establish his credentials, he was also confronted by a fresh engineer from Mootoa who wanted to join his crew, get his favor, and have her life become intertwined with his as they continued their adventure through space and in love.

Readers seeking interstellar romance and adventure with fascinating mechanical insights are advised to pick up this book. Readers looking for LGBTQ romance will find this to be an interesting read as well.

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Mootoa's Moon: The Other Woman
Author: Susan Quilleash
Publisher: Your Online Publicist
Published Date: April 2022
Book Genre: Science Fiction, Romance

About the Author
Susan Quilleash, a retired army sergeant living in Colorado Springs, when not writing spends her time in volunteer work for her church and the local GLBT community. Also retired from 19 years in the public schools as a high school math teacher and substitute. She has lived and worked on four continents. A boy until she grew up to be a woman, she has worked as a cowboy, cook, soldier, carpenter, teacher, politician, and writer.

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