Joven’s Bride: A Little History Part One

My first series, Narovian Mates centered on a race of feline humanoids who give off pheromones that cause them to go into a torrid mating frenzy when they find their soulmates. The pheromones cause both the feline and his/her mate to be affected to the point where they can hardly get their clothes off fast enough to have sex.

They get acquainted and bond while having sex up to several times a day for about ten days, then they are bonded for life. When this recognition happens with a complete stranger, it’s not always a happy occasion.

Not all felines are lucky enough to find their soulmate or meomee by chance because they might live on a far-off planet in another star system. Enter the Narovian Interstellar Matchmaking Service, which uses DNA matching to find soulmates for both humans and feline humanoids which are actually hybrids of homo sapiens.

Even before Earth was invited to join the United Galactic Alliance of Worlds, the match making service had access to DNA of humans on Earth through ancestor DNA evaluation services. In fact, the Alliance had a secret base on Earth before the pilgrims landed on Plymouth Rock, to fight human trafficking by alien slavers.

While on Earth, the Narovian felines bred with homo sapiens and created offspring that looked fully human, but were part feline as well. I likened it to wolves or coyotes breeding with dogs.

Also, in this universe homo sapiens were not limited to evolution on Earth. Some superior ancient race put homo sapiens on dozens of compatible worlds as well as compatible variations. While there are aliens of other races not many can interbreed with humans.

There can be many variations with in one race, considering the variations right here on Earth. Or even consider domestic animals. A Poodle and a Pitbull are both dogs and capable of breeding. So that’s the premise I used with humans. Worlds with interstellar travel would likely have more variations within a race than those that don’t.

When the Alliance was at war with the insectoid Drayids, they began manufacturing cyborgs to fight the interstellar wars, using both homo sapiens and feline humanoids. Because they were sentient and self-aware beings, Alliance humanoid rights enforcement declared that cyborgs had to be freed after their service.

In much of “cyborg lore” they are capable of recognizing their genetic soulmates in various ways. So, they also benefit from the method used by the Narovian Interstellar Matchmaking Service.

Early in the Narovian Mates series, I established that the event took place in contemporary Earth time with extraterrestrial humans being technologically far ahead of Earth. Prior to becoming recognized by the Alliance, the Matchmaking service found matches for feline humanoids on Earth without notifying the Earthlings of the match. Some felines would come to Earth and deliberately expose them to their pheromones, giving them no choice but to mate for life.



By Christine Myers

May 3, 2019 Newsletter

Dear Readers:
My biggest news this week is that Kragyn, Farseek Warrior Series Book 1 is now and audiobook, too. It is read by a professional  with a lovely British accent. I thought he captured the characters just as I intended them.  …AND I have promotional codes to get the Kragyn audio book FREE for review. The first 10 people who email me at  with the subject line “Kragyn Audio Review Copy”   will get a code with instructions on how to use it. Any requests after the first 10 will be put into a drawing for 10 more.

I am working to finish “Joven’s Bride” for a June Release. This book is a little different than the first two in the Interstellar Matchmaking series. The title character is a Narovian feline cyborg big cat shifter. I don’t know how it ends yet, but it promises to be steamy and has a HEA with no cliffhanger.

I don’t want to jinx it but Talia’s Cyborg got some nice reviews. It’s available exclusively on Amazon so it can be in the Kindle Unlimited program. My books that are not in KU are free on AMAZON US and Smashwords for everywhere else.

Also in this issue I have some new releases from fellow authors you might enjoy.

Find all my books at my AMAZON PAGE. Until next time…

Happy Reading!



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Kragyn is Now Available on Audible Unabridged!


Kragyn: Farseek Warrior Series Book 1 is now available in Audible and will soon be available in iTunes and Amazon.  The reading by Craig Bowles is just wonderful. I couldn’t be more pleased with the completed work. It’s a very steamy tale, and Mr. Bowles captured romance between Kragyn and Reanne beautifully as he made the characters come alive.

Even if you have read the book, hearing it read by a trained actor is a whole different whole different experience.

When used to commute to work an hour each way, I loved listening to audio books. I could check them out of the library, and they had a rotating collection. Listening to audio books is a great way to occupy your mind when you are exercising, jogging, walking , or performing mundane tasks. Audio books give the person who doesn’t have the time to read a chance to experience the books  while doing other things.

If you have an Audible subscription, look for Kragyn there.  You can get a free 30-day trial of Audible at

Thank you for reading and listening.