The truth will set you free. Mark Sayre joins the Interstellar Navy for the money—his only goal is to keep his little brother out of the colony mines that sent their father to an early grave. With concepts like duty and honor floating high over his head, he hardly expects to fall for the... show more
The truth will set you free.
Mark Sayre joins the Interstellar Navy for the money—his only goal is to keep his little brother out of the colony mines that sent their father to an early grave. With concepts like duty and honor floating high over his head, he hardly expects to fall for the serious, idealistic Shane Cawley. Not to mention that Shane is his commanding officer . . . and his Resonance partner, a one-in-ten-thousand mental connection so profound that they can travel in each other’s mindscapes.
Shane Cawley is carrying on the family tradition by serving in the Interstellar Navy. He hardly expects to fall for the quirky, happy-go-lucky Mark Sayre. But as the Resonance between them grows, neither can deny what he feels for the other.
When war breaks out, Mark and Shane find their military training and their Resonance link tested to the edge of sanity. Shane is haunted by memories and flashbacks, and Mark becomes trapped in his own mindscape. But with help from an unlikely ally, they may be able to salvage their futures and the love they share.
Publish date: December 23rd 2013
Publisher: Riptide Publishing
Pages no: 94
Edition language: English
You know, my first impulse was to call bullshit on the formatting. It starts at the end, sort of, and intersperses it with the past. Redux of Valante's previous story.It takes a while (or it took me a while) to get into, but afterwards, I can kind of see why. It's not completely ineffective, but (an...
I received this free via NetGalley for an honest review. The blurb gives you a false picture of what it is you get. Sure the information is accurate, but you don't quite get the emotion and the scenes you are expecting. It is written in present tense and flashbacks, which at moments gave you som...
Ever feel as if you walked into the wrong movie theater? Or you missed the first part of the play and you've come in during act III? The blurb of this story does not do the book any justice. It took me at least a chapter to figure out what the hell is going on. This is frustrating for many reader...