On Jacqueline Lichtenberg’s ‘Dushau’ by Diane Dooley - THE GALAXY EXPRESS
This is a review of DUSHAU that says:
In more recent science fiction romances, lust has usually reared its head by the end of the first chapter, if not the first page, if not the first sentence. Quite a difference. In ‘Dushau’ Krinata is horrified by the rumors that swirl after she is seen innocently leaving Jindegar’s cabin. It hasn’t even occurred to her that their relationship might be evolving into a love affair; she just knows she cares for him, admires him greatly and is prepared to die to save him and his species. I found the purity of their relationship, well...moving. I admired and respected them both. I hoped that, if not their relationship, then their friendship would survive and thrive, that they would both live long and be happy.
I’m looking forward to the rest of the story. ....
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