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review 2018-10-08 11:00
Review! Marauder (Outcasts #2) Cyndi Friberg!

 

 

Rex Dravon, a notorious smuggler, is one of the Outcasts’ most important allies. Many of the Outcasts’ philosophies and approaches to life in general appeal to him, but he’s hesitant to commit to any cause. Hoping to entice Rex into committing, Arton the Heretic, tells Rex that he is genetically compatible with one of the “captive brides”, a feisty blonde named Thea Cline.

 

Thea is still enraged that she was dragged from Earth without her permission, and she’s recovering from a horrendous tragedy. She sneaks aboard the Marauder hoping to steal a weapon. Instead she’s confronted by the ship’s handsome commander. She knows to be wary of Rex because of his reputation, but she’s instantly, and powerfully, drawn to him. His offer to help her escape comes a little too quickly and she fears he has ulterior motives. Is he simply hoping to lure her into his bed—a fate she’s not sure she’d mind—or is his motivation more nefarious?

 

Note to Readers: This book contains detailed descriptions of sizzling passion only suitable for mature readers. Certain plot elements carry on from book to book. Though Marauder can be read as a standalone, it’s more fun to read the series in order. Enjoy!

 

 

Cosmic sparks and thrilling excitement launch this sci-fi romance out into the galaxy and pull readers right along for the journey. Thea and Rex are bold, convincing characters that captivates readers from the very beginning, Rex with his sexy bad boy image but underneath he has a most appealing side while Thea is feisty and determined with a daring side that also holds an appealing side. The romance for this couple starts off with sparks, mistrust and a sizzling undercurrent that readers can practically feel while Rex tries to woo Thea despite her mistrust and her determination to make her way back to Earth.

 

The plot has a fast pace and flows smoothly throughout the universe as Rex and Thea travel through space on a supply run that has them running into a bit of trouble which adds some thrilling suspense to the story along with the trouble that the Outcast colony is facing at home with some mysterious elves and armored battle cats. The story is fascinating, exciting and has some wonderfully diverse elements that makes for an interesting read and the relationship has lots of heated passion and stirring love scenes and I couldn’t help but be intrigued and captivated by it, so I am looking forward to visiting the Outcasts again.

 

 

Add to your shelves at -

 

Goodreads - https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/40193053-marauder

 

BookBub - https://www.bookbub.com/books/marauder-outcasts-2-by-cyndi-friberg

 

 

Marauder is the 2nd book in the Outcasts series -

 

Goodreads - https://www.goodreads.com/series/243313-outcasts

 

Author - https://www.cyndifriberg.com/books-by-series/outcasts/

 

Amazon - https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07G2L22M5?ref=series_rw_dp_labf

 

 

which includes -


1 Heretic
2 Marauder
3 Tracker

 

 

The Outcasts series is part of the Ontariese Universe!

 

The books can be read as standalones but if you would like to read the entire Universe in order - read the following series in the order listed below -

 

1 Beyond Ontariese
https://www.cyndifriberg.com/books-by-series/beyond-ontariese/

 

2 Shadow Assassins
https://www.cyndifriberg.com/books-by-series/shadow-assassins/

 

3 Battle Born
https://www.cyndifriberg.com/books-by-series/battle-born/

 

4 Outcasts
https://www.cyndifriberg.com/books-by-series/outcasts/

 

 

AVAILABLE in print or ebook at -

 

Amazon - https://goo.gl/5dxkGf

 

Kobo - https://www.kobo.com/us/en/ebook/marauder-4

 

B&N - https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/marauder-cyndi-friberg/1129627297?ean=2940156080588

 

iBooks - https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/marauder/id1437396210?mt=11

 


Passionate Sci-Fi with a touch of danger and a whole lot of sass.

USA Today Bestselling Author: When my parents realized I had an aptitude for storytelling—okay, even at an early age I was a consummate liar—they encouraged me to find constructive ways to put all that “creativity” to use. I wrote my first novel when I was in junior high school. It was a typical teenage girl’s fantasy about being kidnapped by a sexy rock star, finding out he was really a misunderstood millionaire’s son, and living happily ever after with the reformed rebel. Rock stars led to vampires and vampires to outer space. Not sure how that happened, but I sure love it there.

 

Now I spend my days, and many of my nights, trying to keep up with the characters springing to life within my mind. I find creative ways of avoiding errands and housework because I can’t drag myself away from the drama unfolding in my latest story. And every day I thank God I was able to quit my day job and actively pursue my dream!

 

 

Website - http://www.cyndifriberg.com/

 

Goodreads - https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/175319.Cyndi_Friberg

 

Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100007036338876

 

Twitter - https://twitter.com/Cyndi_Friberg

 

BookBub - https://www.bookbub.com/authors/5089938/record_interest

 

 

 

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review 2016-04-13 00:00
Battle Over Bavaria: The B-26 Marauder Versus German Jets -April 1945
Battle Over Bavaria: The B-26 Marauder Versus German Jets -April 1945 - Robert Forsyth,Jerry Scutts Sometimes I like reading about 'smaller units' in contrary to the broader perspective. It reminds me that it was real humans who fought, died or survived

This account is very specific in time, place and gallery of characters.

A good read, recommendable indeed
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review 2015-02-15 00:00
Maisy and the Money Marauder
Maisy and the Money Marauder - Elizabeth Woodrum Maisy Sawyer is a fourth grader who loves solving mysteries. When she's on a case she literally sees things in black and white, like an old movie. And her fee? Why, cherry lollipops, of course!

This book follows straight on from Maisy's previous adventure. It's the following Monday and Maisy returns to school expecting a reward of her favorite cherry lollipops for solving the case of the missing mice. She learns a new word in class - "marauder" (someone who steals) - and decides to use it in her next case, which just happens to come up at lunch time when the lunch money of a few third graders goes missing. When Maisy starts seeing things in black and white she knows she's got a case! Then some money goes missing from Maisy's own fourth grade classroom. Could the money marauder be one of her own classmates? There are a few clues and a few suspects for Maisy to consider. But could there possibly be more than one marauder involved?

This time, Maisy's friend Veronica gives her a hand, providing some comic relief and being of vital assistance to Maisy because she can see in color! The story is full of unimportant (or are they?) details that flesh out Maisy as a character. On the down side, the writing is a bit stilted, and there is a bit of repetition and rehashing of the previous case. It's too much for those who have read the previous book and probably not enough for those who haven't. I feel the series would work better as totally independent stories (although I can already see the next installment coming - Maisy and the Missing Meat perhaps?). I was also a bit concerned about the resolution of this case; Maisy has a good opportunity of coming up with an altruistic reward rather than accepting more cherry lollipops when she already has a locker full of them.

Still, this is an entertaining read for its intended audience, with a nice blend of comedy and mystery.

I received this book in return for an honest review.

Full blog post: http://booksdirectonline.blogspot.com.au/2015/02/maisy-and-the-money-marauder-by-elizabeth-woodrum.html
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review 2012-08-10 00:00
The Arctic Marauder - Jacques Tardi The art was superb (hence the four stars) but the story, which was full of potential at the beginning, got squeezed and squeezed until there was nothing left by the end.
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