Interstellar: The Portal

Interstellar The Portal Dr Alexis Conyers is among the scientists sent from the near future to find a new home for mankind but once her and her crewmembers erect the Portal none of the colonists they re expecting arrive W

  • Title: Interstellar: The Portal
  • Author: Kaitlyn O'Connor
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 315
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dr Alexis Conyers, is among the scientists sent from the near future to find a new home for mankind, but once her and her crewmembers erect the Portal, none of the colonists they re expecting arrive When they decide to use the portal to return to earth they discover that nearly a thousand years have passed and the world they return to has changed drastically Mankind, exDr Alexis Conyers, is among the scientists sent from the near future to find a new home for mankind, but once her and her crewmembers erect the Portal, none of the colonists they re expecting arrive When they decide to use the portal to return to earth they discover that nearly a thousand years have passed and the world they return to has changed drastically Mankind, except for a small enclave, has fled the earth and humans are despised by those abandoned the beast folk Reissued 12 15 2014 Length Epic Word Count 132,145 Genre Science Fiction Futuristic Romance Rating Spicy Erotic

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  • Kaitlyn O'Connor

    Stats Kaitlyn has written and completed nearly 140 intellectual properties under several pen names in different genres She has written over 8,000,000 yes, than 8 million words in published works She has nearly 50 partials in various genres in various stages of completion 0 In 2004 she wrote 27 different stories which, together, amounted to nearly a million printed words However her most productive year was 2009 when she completed 17 projects totaling well over a million words Second runner up was 2007 when she completed 14 projects at just over a million The year 2008 was a close tie to 2004 in number of words written Her least productive year was 2011 Sorry At 500 to 750 words per hour, the 8 million written words constitute 10,666 to 16,000 hours, or 20 to 34 hours per week, devoted to Kaitlyn fans over the past 9 years One title had over half a million copies pirated She decided not to count any.Kaitlyn O Connor s BibliographyLiar s Poker romantic suspense 1993 93kLord of Chaos historical suspense 1993 pen name Goldie McBride 98kMoonlight Surrender historical 1993 100kBond Unbroken romantic suspense 1993 98k Bride of Atlantis paranormal published NCP March 2003 pen name Marie Morin 47k overall light humorous Sexphiles Haunting Melody paranormal erotica published NCP Jan Mar 2003 pen name Kimberly Zant novella overall light humorous Four Play erotica published NCP Apr June 2003 pen name Kimberly Zant 9kThe Lion s Woman science fiction published NCP Apr June 2003 pen name Kaitlyn O Connor 58k drama Thief of Hearts erotica published NCP April 2003 pen name Kimberly Zant 6kThief of Hearts The Return erotica published NCP May 2003 pen name Kimberly Zant 6kThe Claiming science fiction published NCP Apr June 2003 pen name Kaitlyn O Connor drama The Assassin s Blade science fiction published NCP July Sept 2003 pen name Lyssa Hart drama Blood Moon paranormal fantasy published NCP July Sept 2003 pen name Sylvia Kincaid 59k drama Doctor, Lawyer Police Chief erotica published NCP July Sept 2003 pen name Kimberly Zant 9kNeptune s Daughter paranormal published NCP July Sept 2003 pen name Marie Morin 35k overall light humorous SexPhiles The Howling paranormal erotica published NCP July Sept 2003 pen name overall light some humor Yar the Orgasmizer9000 Science Fiction published NCP July Sept 2003 pen name Marie Morin 23k overall light humorous Below science fiction published NCP Oct Dec 2003 pen name Kaitlyn O Connor novel drama 50kfantasy published NCP Oct Dec 2003 co authored overall light humorous The Prey erotic suspense published NCP Oct Dec 2003 pen name Kimberly Zant 33k dark science fiction published NCP Oct Dec 2003 co authored 41k overall light humorous The Djinn paranormal published NCP Jan Mar 2004 pen name Marie Morin 29k overall light humorous The Fairy Ring fantasy published NCP Mar 2004 pen name Catherine Paige 42k overall light humorous urban fantasy published NCP Jan Mar 2004 co authored 29k drama Goldilocks erotica published NCP Jan Mar 2004 pen name Kimberly Zant 8k overall light humorous Guardian of the Storm science fiction published NCP Jan 2004 pen name Kaitlyn O Connor 61k overall light humorous The Invitation erotic romance published NCP Jan Mar 2004 pen name Kimberly Zant 9k drama Maiden of Atlantis paranormal published NCP Jan Mar 2004 pen name Marie Morin 40k drama Noccio science fiction published NCP Feb 2004 pen name Veronica Chase 9k overall light humorous science fiction published NCP Jan Mar 2004 co authored 51k drama The Shaman erotic suspense published NCP Jan Mar 2004 pen name Kimberly Zant 32k drama Thief of Hearts Stolen erotica published NCP Jan Mar 200

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  • 3.5 stars- Some of the sex language (turgid member, flowery folds) was a bit off putting - I never felt like the third mattered as much and was just added to lighten the alpha maleness of the other two- The world building and new colony aspect I loved- 85% is the heroine's inner monologue, which surprisingly wasn't boring like I expected


  • This book was way better than I expected it to be and that's surprising considering I have always liked KO'Cs books in the past. This is the story of a woman who goes on a space voyage to open a portal on another world so that humans can have a new home since Earth is suffering climate related difficulties and crowding. Somehow more time passes than is expected and when she returns to Earth, 1000 years have passed. Scientists have used gene tampering to make mutant strains of humans with tiger, [...]


  • Really good book! I like a little sci-fi and this book had just enough with some not quite shifters, more like Lora Leigh-ish extra DNA. Alexis and a group of scientist are sent into deep space to find another habitable planet for people on earth. They know it'll take 10 years to get there, 200+ earth years, but when they receive no reply from earth they go back and find out it's been 1000 years. Scientists went a little crazy and added human DNA to animals and animal DNA to humans, which made s [...]


  • Good action/sci-fi adventure/romance book. The 'girl' ends up with 3 guys (and a baby of course - this is Kaitlyn O'Connor), so don't read this is you aren't into sex scenes. I will read it again someday.


  • I need more stars! I really, really enjoyed this book. The length was long too, which I loved. The story was pretty fast paced, but it threw me off half way through when Torin left her at the compound. I wasn't sure if I was going to like the introduction of Joel and William, but it worked really well. Three hot guys on an apocalyptic worlded for me!!


  • completely different from what i thought it was going to be, but in a good way. as usual her world was awesomely thought out.


  • I really liked the concept of this book. however I don't think it was executed as brilliantly as it could have. the ending seemed rushed, like did William ever meet Dr. long? how did the two races react to being in close proximity to each other? the male lead characters left much to be desired, yes they were honorable men but we still didn't know much about them. personally I would have likes the relationship between the men to be more mature and less macho. this female mc was disappointing. for [...]


  • I usually love O'Connor's writing but this particular book got my eyes rolling. The world building was better then expected and it was more action filled then most but the heroine was a disaster.SPOILERS BELOW!She is a scientist sent away on a mission to set up a portal on a new planet connecting it with Earth so that the good people of earth can cross over and save themselves from the natural disasters that were bombarding the planet.Well something in space went oh-so-wrong and when they cross [...]


  • another great overall story :)although i must say that the use of the word ''rec'' is rather annoying, i do not see the reason why the word should be used at all!! irritates the hell out of me every time i come across it.


  • What can I say this is a Kaitlyn O'Connor book. Unfortunately, in this case all it means is it's the same stew all over (rec, sci-fi setting, three guys and a baby, etc).I'm starting to think she is writing the same story over and over again.


  • The first 2/3 of the book was actually very good. I thought the writing was well done (not unbelievable but still good). There were several times in the first 20% or so where it was jumpy though - like in the middle of reading I would have to check and make sure I didn't skip four or five paragraphs. So then after I was getting into it the heroine became hypocritical, clingy, pitiful and annoying. Sex is no big deal for her at all (fine whatever) but she knows that it is meaningful to the guys t [...]


  • I actually can see how someone could end up being with the guys the heroine ends up within this book The whole "Do you want rec?" crap was super annoying and made the heroine seem vapid. I know the author wanted us to understand the harsh conditions these people were under but when it's time to get sexy I'd like to think you'd want to be halfway clean


  • Wavered between a 3 and 4 but ultimately went for the later. A fun, engrossing scifi romance. I've read books that were little more than an excuse for space porn but not this story. There was quite a bit of world building and culture differences between the heroine and her leading men were well done. Alexis irritated me at some points with her constant insistence that she could take care of herself, in the face of overwhelming evidence to the contrary. Torin was my favorite guy and it some effor [...]





  • Ending was rushed big time. Heroine was "programmed" to be submissive. She was constantly asking if people needed rec, aka recreational sex.


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