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Summary

Humans and Stacians have been sworn enemies for centuries, so Gaian Captain Lira Jannholm has no reason to trust Stacian starship commander Rast sen Drenthan when he proposes a bargain that will end a dangerous confrontation over a resource-rich planet. When Lira finds herself disgraced and discharged from duty through no fault of her own, she joins forces with Rast to discover the truth behind her reversal of fortune. Running from rapidly multiplying enemies in a ship stolen from one of the most powerful criminals in the sector, Rast and Lira discover they are pawns in a conspiracy that reaches into the highest levels of government and has put them in mortal danger. The secret they uncover could change the balance of power in the galaxy forever - not to mention destroy their own future together. This book contains sensual scenes intended for adult readers.

©2013 Christine Pope (P)2013 Christine Pope

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  • 18-02-14

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While the story itself was good, it was difficult to really enjoy because of the narrator's performance. The narration was stilted, stiff and I really hate to even put this out here... very reminiscent of William Shatner's James Kurt. Halting and misplaced pauses just made this book hard to listen to.