Look! There is a very greasy naked man on the cover holding a gun!
Before you ask, I'd say this is most likely another "The world is ending and we need to have anal sex orgies to save the day!" stories, judging from the blurb. I may be wrong, though, and this could turn out to be a different kind of story, so feel free to let me know if you have read the book. I'm more concerned with the name of one of the heroes.
Determined to save his people from a debilitating mutation, Mal Ton abducts a gifted geneticist and brings her to his war-torn world. Andrea wakes up naked and in the arms of a handsome doctor who claims to be Mal Ton's captive as well. Roark charms and seduces her while Mal Ton overwhelms her senses, awakening needs she didn't realize she possessed.
Roark's smoldering intensity is even more intoxicating than Mal Ton's blatant sexuality. Slipping beneath her emotional defenses, Roark unleashes her passionate nature and makes her long for the soul-deep connection she gave up on long ago. She wants to believe they've found a bond more meaningful than lust, but how can she trust her captors? Now her sensuality is pitted against her intellect and the fate of two worlds hangs in the balance.
Mal Ton? Where do these authors come up with such names?
This reminds me. What is it with authors and their naming of places and people when it comes to futuristic romances? I think there ought to be rules that these authors must adhere to strictly. For example,
A bunch of people named Xyzubu, Zyxylote, and Yzigagaxy will only annoy readers.