Cheryl Brooks has been a critical care nurse for the past thirty-two years, graduating from the Kentucky Baptist Hospital School of Nursing in 1976, and earning a BSN from Indiana University in 1986. Cheryl is an avid reader of romance novels and has been a fan of science fiction since seeing that first episode of Star Trek. Always in need of a creative outlet, she has written numerous novels, The Cat Star Chronicles: Slave being her first published work, followed by Warrior and Rogue, which are also in the series. She lives on a farm near Bloomfield, Indiana with her husband, two sons, four horses, and five cats.
Cheryl's newest book Rogue is currently out. She says, "Rogue is the story of a piano teacher who travels to a distant world to teach the Queen's daughter how to play. She's not looking for love, but finds it in the form of two of the hottest brothers she's ever seen. The trouble is, they're slaves who belong to the Queen!"
Book three of The Cat Star Chronicles, Rogue is the tale of two Zetithian brothers, Trag and Tychar, alien warriors who were captured and sold into slavery near the end of the war that resulted in the near extinction of their kind. They have been the pampered pets of a Darconian queen for the past twenty years, and though their lives haven't been hard, being the lone humanoid males on a planet populated by lizards hasn't allowed them much in the way of sexual gratification. However, the progressive Queen Scalia has hired a human female, Kyra Aramis, to give piano lessons to her daughter.
Alone on a world filled with intelligent, but fearsome dinosaurs, Kyra is understandably nervous, and the discovery that she is not the only humanoid on the planet offers only a brief comfort.
Tychar is assigned to be Kyra's personal attendant, and though he and Trag are both irresistible, there are two of them, and worst of all, they are slaves to the Queen. What's a girl to do?
Just when things get interesting, rumors of unrest begin flying, and the peaceful planet of Darconia undergoes a major political upheaval, with the offworlders caught in the middle.