Thursday, July 28, 2016

Short and Sweet Book Reviews # 32 - Star Cruise: Outbreak by Veronica Scott. Rogues by Amy J. Murphy, Warrior Wench by Marie Andres

Star Cruise: OutbreakStar Cruise: Outbreak by Veronica Scott
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I love slow burn romances and the one in Star Cruise: Outbreak has just the right pace to feel real. Emily and Jake have something of a shared past and when they meet again working on the luxurious interstellar cruise liner Nebula Zephyr they find that there is an attraction. There is a medical mystery on the ship and the two have to work closely to find a solution. A very well done addition to the Sectors SF Romance series. One of the nice things about this series is the fact that each book is very different and each book is a stand alone with only faint hints about previous books.



Rogues (Allies and Enemies, #2)Rogues by Amy J. Murphy
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Rogues follows Erelah, Jon's sister, with just brief glimpses of Jon and Sela. There are some new and interesting characters as well as Erelah's old enemy in a new form. This one is really a middle book as it does not resolve anything. It does set up the action in the next book. I like the story line. Jon and Sela are great characters and Erelah adds another interesting character to keep the story going. There is the hint of a romance for Erelah. The relationship between Jon and Sela is still my favorite part of the books. Start with book one in the Allies and Enemies series for the most reading enjoyment.


Warrior Wench (The AsarlaĆ­ Wars, #1)Warrior Wench by Marie Andreas
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The Warrior Wench is not a person but a space ship. That ship is full of great characters many with their own backstory. That and world building are a big part of the story. There are plots within plots as the Warrior Wench travels on different missions. There is a lot of action and some mystery with the characters. Don't look for a resolution to the story. The end is a bit of a cliff hanger.


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