The bestselling author of Relentless returns to "an intriguing alternative world" (Joey W. Hill) for this sexy new adventure. Carina Fardelle holds the key to calming the rising tensions between the Federation and Imperial 'Verses. Daniel Haws has been enlisted to smuggle her to safety, but... show more
The bestselling author of Relentless returns to "an intriguing alternative world" (Joey W. Hill) for this sexy new adventure. Carina Fardelle holds the key to calming the rising tensions between the Federation and Imperial 'Verses. Daniel Haws has been enlisted to smuggle her to safety, but removing her from under the fiercely watchful eye of her evil father, the Supreme Commander, won't be easy. Born as adversaries into different ranks, and on the run for their lives, they now need each other to survive-by holding on to the only thing they have in common: a growing desire that is dangerous, irrestisible, and insatiable...
Publish date: July 6th 2010
Publisher: Berkley Trade
Pages no: 340
Edition language: English
, Science Fiction
, Adult Fiction
, Paranormal Romance
, Erotic Romance
, Science Fiction Romance
Series: Phantom Corps (#1)
THIS IS A FILTHY, DIRTY REVIEW THAT YOU SHOULD ONLY READ IF YOU'RE OVER THE AGE OF CONSENT. This review has been rated R for L (language), S (sexual content), PO (personal opinions), and OS (other stuff). Parental discretion would be weird, you shouldn't read this with your parents.Ok, now I think I...
When I began reading this book I was afraid it would be a two star book. I was going to DNF this book because, damnit, I paid too much for this trade copy! Anyway, I was pleasantly surprised. The heroine did not make any Too Stupid to Live decisions. When Daniel tells Carina to "Get Down!" she l...
Nice addition to the Federation Chronicles series. Not anywhere as good as Relentless, the second book in the series, which was excellent. But still a good continuation of the wars of the 'verses.
You know how the saying goes? “Never judge the book by its cover?” Well, in this case it’s more than true. The cover is a very good marketing strategy (Susan, unfortunately you were right). This happens to be the second book I purchased this year based solely on the cover (well, the blurb sounded go...
What is going on? The third in this series is the worse one I've read so far. I just couldn't get into Carina. I did like Daniel as I admired him from afar in the previous book. I couldn't care less about Carina. Yes, she has a crazy father and she did her best to stand up to him and then escap...