For Women Only

For Women Only

I was honored recently with a 5 star review of For Women Only by Merry, on Goodreads. Click the link for the full review or see the snippet below. For Women Only originally came out as erotic romance, but now falls into the sweet category. I was always more interested in the hero and heroine’s story than in the spicy aspects. It appears the editing did this book no harm. Here’s more about For Women Only.

When Fawni Ruh, a Kin ambassador, visits the capitol planet of the empire, she meets security expert Khyff Antonello, a human. A death in her family forces Fawni to return home, but she can’t bear to part with Khyff, and takes him along. Her family demands she cast out the human, or abdicate her future rule.

Fawni searches for an alternative, and stumbles upon Khyff’s secret. The cover-up, if exposed, will betray her world to its enemies, and bare her family to open shame. Her duty is clear. Yet how can she leave Khyff to suffer in the darkness that binds his heart?

His secret truth is her people’s darkest lie.

Reviews: For Women Only

Review 5 stars
Sep 2015
Kayelle Allen’s skillful exposition kept me invested in Khyff as a person and in his fate throughout the story. … I loved this book and have no hesitation in recommending it as a captivating and engaging science fiction romance.

Reviews for for the previous editions:

Romance Junkies

Review For Women Only Romance Junkies Staff Pick

Romance Junkies Staff Pick

Review 4.5 Ribbons
Jun 2010
With interplanetary intrigue and political espionage thrown into the churning plot, as well as extra spicy servings of sizzling sensuous scenes, Kayelle Allen effortlessly heats up the passion and keeps the interest intensity on high.

Sensual Reads
Review 4 stars
Jun 2010
The clash of the two cultures and beliefs was filled with poignancy and loss as well as heat and passion. Capturing your heart and your imagination, For Women Only and Kayelle Allen will touch you and leave you looking for more tales set in this captivating world.

You Gotta Read Reviews
Review: You Need to Read
Sep 2010
Khyff, a former sex slave, is once again forced to use his body to save his brother. The book follows his emotional journey in learning to be loved for who he is and not what he can do and confronting his past. Mehfawni is confronting culture shock, coming from a matriarchy where men are kept in harems, into one where men fully expect to be treated as equals. And she soon wonders if her people are any better then those who subjugated Khyff.

Where to buy For Women Only:

Barnes and Noble
Coffee Time Romance
CreateSpace (Print)