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Summary

Maverick Enterprises has been reduced to rubble. Mordecai has fled from Earth. He's ensconced himself in a galactic fortress and surrounded himself with an army of bots.

When Jonah is framed for the attack on Maverick, Maggie must go to Elderon alone. She is determined to clear Jonah's name and stop Mordecai's reign of tyranny, but a stowaway onboard the space station has her own ideas. Even worse, the US military is plotting an attack - one that could kill everyone on Elderon.

To save the colony, Maggie and Tripp will forge a controversial alliance, and Jonah will make a choice that could have permanent consequences.

©2018 Tarah Benner (P)2020 Tarah Benner

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  • 25-01-21

thanks for another great read

part 3 of a great series. felt a bit slower than last few books but otherwise great. I look forward to hearing more.

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  • 12-01-21

A slow start and great finish

I'm ready impressed by the unpredictable story line, I'm 3 books into the series, and I still have no idea how it's going to end.

This book did have a slower start than the others, with a few scenes that were undoubtedly of critical importance to the story line, byt still quite boring. Luckily the second half of the book more than made up for it.