Due to much begging and pleading, the author of Dear Katherine has submitted her tagline and blurb.
My comments are in red.
If only falling in love was as easy as falling off a planet.
OutFreakin’Standing. This tells me the story is about romance, conflict, and sci-fi. Good job! The term "falling off a planet" grabs my eye immediately.
After years falling on and off any planet she chose, Katherine can't imagine settling on a single one. But love's pull is stronger than gravity and it threatens to bind her to a place she's not prepared to call home. The price of freedom is another person's caged life--Katherine just needs to choose who.
A big Wow until the last line. It stopped me completely and I’m still not sure I understand. The price the MC pays for freedom might be judged as a cage to another?
Can you say this better? Since I don’t know the story, the following is a simplistic example:To some, freedom is another word for cage. For Katherine, if she chooses poorly, the cage is all too real.