Inherit the Stars: The Complete Novel

Inherit the Stars The Complete Novel To escape the merciless Ithian Alliance Sair a fugitive slave makes a desperate deal with Drea Mennelsohn captain of the prototype ship Specter But putting his life in the hands of a woman as mys

  • Title: Inherit the Stars: The Complete Novel
  • Author: Laurie A. Green
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 367
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • To escape the merciless Ithian Alliance, Sair, a fugitive slave, makes a desperate deal with Drea Mennelsohn, captain of the prototype ship, Specter But putting his life in the hands of a woman as mysterious as she is beguiling could turn out to be the biggest mistake of his life, especially when the price on his head begins to escalate Drea seems to want far from tTo escape the merciless Ithian Alliance, Sair, a fugitive slave, makes a desperate deal with Drea Mennelsohn, captain of the prototype ship, Specter But putting his life in the hands of a woman as mysterious as she is beguiling could turn out to be the biggest mistake of his life, especially when the price on his head begins to escalate Drea seems to want far from the fugitive than just payment for his passage on her ship Though neither can deny the sizzling chemistry and growing bond between them, when the stakes become galaxy altering, Sair must make a decision that could result in the loss of the remarkable woman he has fallen in love with and their chance to inherit the stars.

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    1. Inherit the Stars is a keeper for my favorites shelf. I loved it! Every chapter contains heart-racing action or sweet, heartrending romance. Or both. From the first chapter to the last page, I was enthralled. The entire book was told from the hero Sair's point of view. I suppose this method is not unique, but as so many romances use both the heroine and the hero points of view, it is unusual. It is also refreshing. As a reader, I was not burdened with internal dialog of anyone but Sair. I had on [...]

    2. I really liked this book. Refreshing twist on the scifi romance.Quick Rundown: Dude barely escapes enslavement to just barely get passage on a ship where one woman wants him dead and the captain Chick wants his dick as a play thing. But, things aren't what they seem and we end up getting a refreshingly different space opera that keeps going and going in a good way!Characterization: Top notch! I got a really good feeling for both of the characters. The CHick's situation that helped define who she [...]

    3. Sair’s been a tribute slave to another race since before adolescence. He manages to escape the palace where he serves, but needs a way offworld. He finds a beautiful prototype ship and convinces the captain, Drea Mennelsohn, to take him aboard and drop him off somewhere safer. As he grows more fascinated with Drea, he finds that she and her mission are more complicated than he could have guessed. Together they could change the fate of known space.Our couple make sympathetic rebels against the [...]

    4. This book can hold its own among the best space opera romances. There is no doubt that author Laurie A. Green can plot an intricate and climactic story with political, emotional and personal ramifications. She sets an excellent pace, with heart-pounding and imaginative battle scenes followed by lulls where we get to see the main characters at their leisure, allowing emotional connections to be forged.The book starts off with the escape of Sair onto Drea's ship. You feel a little dropped into the [...]

    5. Originally published at Reading RealityInherit the Stars is a completely absorbing science fiction novel of the “plucky Rebels vs. the evil Empire” school, with some fascinating twists. Among those twists is a heart-stopping and panty-melting sexy romance.But while the romance provides some of the heart and depth to the story, it’s the way that the good guys take out the bad guys (for loose definition of “good”, “bad” and “guys”) that will leave you pondering long after you fin [...]

    6. What I liked:Sair is exactly my kind of hero. Despite his subspecies' reputation for ferocity and aggression matched by large, muscular build, Sair is a tortured hero with a soft heart, lacking the arrogance and testosterone-boosted ego of the typical alpha male. Not sure I'd rate him as a beta either though. He's strong, loyal, caring, devoted to his women (yes, you did read that as plural but no spoilers!), and sexy as heck. Given into slavery at a young age, he's done what he's had to to surv [...]

    7. If you like adventure and romance set in space, you won't want to miss Inherit the Stars. It's unusual for a romance to be told only from the point of view of the hero, and it took guts on the part of the author to do this. But the tale doesn't suffer from this choice -- it's interesting and refreshing to watch the romance unfold from the hero's point of view. And there's a good reason for this point-of-view choice that stems from one of the cool tech elements of the story, but I won't spoil the [...]

    8. Absolutely loved Inherit the Stars by Laurie A. Green. The story has everything I like in SciFi Romance: awesome and original premise with bucket loads of actual sci in the fi, relatable characters that I wanted to succeed and survive, lots of exciting action sequences, a sweet, gentle romance (with a twist in this case), and of course an HEA. I'd really love to read more about this world and its inhabitants. My only small gripe is the lack of hot'n'steamy, but that's a personal preference. It d [...]

    9. I found this book while reading PORTALS, a first chapter sampler of 10 different science fiction romances. The first chapter intrigued me enough to buy this book. I'm so glad I did! This was an exciting and fun read. Very imaginative. I look forward to reading more in this series.

    10. The first problem I had with this novel was the sci fied words. Honestly, if something takes an hour, it's okay to say an hour instead of inventing a word. The constant rewording, shouting out that "HAY, I'M A SCI FI NOVEL!", really took me out of the story. And it was so noticeable that it quickly went from irritating to extremely annoying.Still, I might have finished it had it not been for the second problem: Drea. Sorry, but you do not get to write a hero who has literally sown his wild oats [...]

    11. It started with a strong setting and enough dark twists and turns for adding plot meat to the romance part and keeping me up reading despite the clock passing midnight a few hours ago. Sadly, about halfway through the author turned to "the vision of a true genius" and "fated aristocrats" and "lucky meetings" applied with a spate (or probably some big machine built by Caterpillar), pretty much killing any believability in the plot.Finished it anyways, but am disappointed at the cop-out. Three sta [...]

    12. I had high hopes for this one. Unfortunately it was incredibly boring. I read to the middle and the skimmed. It was all tell no show and the only character who was fully fleshed out was Sair. He was such a boring character that the focus on him was part of the problem. One more thingI paid 6.99 for this and that is way too much for such a crappy book.

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