Posts labeled Science Fiction

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Review - Once Upon a Time by Alessandra Hazard

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Crown Prince Jamil is still feeling the loss of his bond-mate months after the prince consort was killed when his aircraft was supposedly shot down by “rebels” in the high mountains. Unable to sleep one night, he finds himself in the royal stables, were he encounters a man trying to break one of the wild flying horses on his own. The man, Rohan, is breaking all safety protocols, but Jamil is unable to do anything but stare at him.

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Review - The Lost Ship of the Tucker Rebellion by Marie Sexton & Cari Z

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A few hundred years from now, an alien race makes contact with earth. They're friendly at first, and help humanity achieve it's dream of planetary space travel. But soon earth is drawn into a generations-long war between their new “friends” and another race. The two battling species eventually move on, leaving an earth that is almost uninhabitable and a decimated population of humans occupying colonies and space stations strewn out among the outer planets.

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Review - Restricted by A.C. Thomas

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Doctor Aristotle ‘Ari’ Campbell is a scientist from the Core world of Britannia. As such, he's more used to the ivory towers of academia than the rough and tumble worlds on the Verge, where a barrier supposedly keeps out the ruffians of restricted space. He's only there because he's desperate to find his kidnapped twin brother Theo. To help him navigate the Verge and the restricted space beyond, Ari enlists the aid of Orin, a down on his luck pilot in desperate need of work and a ship.

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Review - The Arcane Heart by Caroline Gibson

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Warning: If you haven’t already read the first two books of this series, this review of the third may contain spoilers about what happens in them. Crown Prince Lonn is on a far away world quelling a rebellion when he senses a powerful magical presence nearby. In the unsavory depths of a market he finds a witch selling a slave. The wretched man in a cage is the source of the power Lonn senses, although he doesn’t understand it.

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Review - That Irresistible Poison by Alessandra Hazard

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Seyn was bonded to Ksar within days of his birth, which was even bought forward a couple of months for the purpose. But as Seyn starts to mature, he begins to realize that something is wrong with the bond. Not only does he not feel the connection to Ksar that other bond-mates feel, but his mate actively avoids any contact with Seyn, and when the younger man forces himself into Ksar’s presence, the older prince treats him with nothing but scorn and disdain.

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Review - A Fine Mess by Angel Martinez

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One of Shax’s enemies may be dead, but there are still a few others out for the demon’s head. However, he, along with the rest of the crew, are tired of running and decide to take on their enemies. It’s a risky endeavor, especially with the latest members of the “crew” being a group of young children rescued from one of the people now carrying a grudge against Shax and his friends.

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Review - The Prince's Fate by Caroline Gibson

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David and Vell are happily living together in a loving relationship. David is aware that there are still some things about Vell’s past that he still hasn’t told David about, but still hopes the prince will open up in time. It turns out that one of Vell’s secrets is that he’s a rare intersex mutation of his species. That’s a fact he’s forced to reveal when he has to tell David he’s pregnant.

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Review - The PV-3 Mutagen by Beryll Brackhaus and Osiris BrackHaus

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Please note: The authors kindly supplied an advance pre-press copy of this book for review. The book is due to be released on October 15, 2020 and may be purchased from Amazon using the link below. Like the rest of his family, Rene is a member of the Circle of Thales, a secretive society of intellectuals that lives in vast caverns below the surface of the planet Floor. Unlike his family, and most of the Circle, Rene does not object to making occasional trips to the surface of the planet, which is dominated by commercial enterprises.

Tags: Science Fiction Virasana Empire

 

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Review - That Alien Feeling by Alessandra Hazard

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“Harry” is the youngest son of his clan’s ruling family. He’s been a rather naughty prince, using his telepathic powers to pry a secret from his sister. To punish him and teach him the value of the family bonds he enjoys, his parents send Harry to the far off primitive planet Earth where he manages to pass as a nice if rather eccentric human. He gets a job as a barista in a London coffee shop and enjoys interacting with all the very interesting humans.

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Review - Prince for Sale by Caroline Gibson

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Earth is about to be invaded by hostile aliens from the void, but David’s knowledge of crystal energy helps avoid the full invasion, with a little help from another alien, Prince Lonn. The leader of the invasion force is captured, and it turns out to be Lonn’s brother Vell. Eventually, Lonn takes Vell back to their homeworld to face punishment. Two years later, Lonn reappears in David’s penthouse with a badly beaten and emaciated Vell, where he leaves his brother under David’s protection while he returns to finish dealing with the people who have mistreated his brother.

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