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24 July 2012
Cherie Reich has asked me to help her reveal her new covers for the Gravity Trilogy. I was delighted to agree. We're also doing a giveaway; details later in this post. But first, the new covers. Drumroll, please.



Three alien couples in three space fantasy novelettes fall in love in the Gravity trilogy. After a
couple months, Cherie Reich decided that her novelettes needed a new cover. She spoke with her
cover artist, Aubrie Dionne, and the new covers for Defying Gravity, Fighting Gravity, and Pull
of Gravity are now ready to be revealed.




Homesick upon the SS Perseid, Linia, a young linguist, thinks she signed up for a mission of peace, but her crew members have another plan: attack the planet Medusa.

Bored with his dying planet, Alezandros, a space cruiser pilot joins the Medusan Army in his quest for adventure.

When the SS Perseid clashes with the Medusans’ space cruisers, Alezandros and Linia’s lives intertwine. Sucked through a wormhole, they crash upon a post-apocalyptic Earth and are captured by cannibals. In adjacent cells, Alezandros and Linia cast their differences aside for
a common bond: escape. But when romantic feelings emerge between them, they might do the unthinkable because for a Medusan and a Persean to fall in love, it would defy gravity.







To Purchase: iTunes  Kobo  Nook  Smashwords  Amazon US  Amazon UK  Amazon DE
Amazon FR  Amazon IT  Amazon ES



Forced into executing Aresia’s people, Phoebus escapes the Aresian Guard by flying his spaceship through a wormhole.

The only single woman of marrying age, Marissa flees town instead of becoming a third wife.

When Phoebus’s spacecraft crashes upon an asteroid-ravaged Earth, he is captured by a rogue Earthling youth and thrown into a cellar. Marissa stumbles upon the spacecraft, but it explodes before she can find any sign of the alien. When she awakens, she discovers the alien’s whereabouts and vows to help him. But Phoebus’s Aresians have landed and are searching for him. Phoebus and Marissa must battle against their despair and their peoples in a quest for their freedom. And through it all, an Earthling and an Aresian will find it easier to fight gravity than
their love for each other.


To purchase: Apple  Kobo  Nook  Amazon US  Amazon UK  Amazon DE  Amazon FR  Amazon IT
Amazon ES  Smashwords




A no-nonsense Earthling corporal, Nike, accepts a mission to destroy the winged-people of Cupidis to give her race a chance at a new life.

A spoiled Cupidian prince, Edonys gets whatever he wants until his dying father tells him he must choose a mate and take his rightful place as king.

When Nike’s space cruiser lands upon Cupidis, she’s taken to the royal palace where she crosses paths with Prince Edonys. His arrogance leads her to believe her mission of domination will be easy. Edonys refuses his father’s last request to fall in love, but Nike isn’t anyone. She’s bold
and different than any Cupidian female. When he shows her his planet’s delights, Nike and Edonys realize they must discover another way to save their loved ones because it will be easier for an Earthling and a Cupidian to ignore the pull of gravity than the pull of love.



Forthcoming end of July/early August!




Cherie is also giving away the complete trilogy to one lucky winner. Here's how to enter:
Comment on this blogpost and just say you'd like to be entered. I'll draw a name, and Cherie will contact the lucky winner. Easy, right? Good luck. :)







3 comments:

Cherie Reich said...

Thank you so much for helping me with my cover art reveal, Esther!

Elise Fallson said...

Love the blurbs and excited to start reading these! (:

Christine Rains said...

The new covers are fantastic! It's a great trilogy. :)