Open Skies

Open Skies Partners for seven years Ilsa and Kai are the best Professional Finders in the business There s nothing they can t track down no matter how hazardous the path or unfamiliar the star system Eleazar D

  • Title: Open Skies
  • Author: Yolande Kleinn
  • ISBN: 9781620047224
  • Page: 380
  • Format: ebook
  • Partners for seven years, Ilsa and Kai are the best Professional Finders in the business There s nothing they can t track down, no matter how hazardous the path or unfamiliar the star system.Eleazar Dantes isn t the first client to hire them to locate lost family, but he is the most unpleasant For double their usual fee, though, Kai and Ilsa will tolerate a lot even DantPartners for seven years, Ilsa and Kai are the best Professional Finders in the business There s nothing they can t track down, no matter how hazardous the path or unfamiliar the star system.Eleazar Dantes isn t the first client to hire them to locate lost family, but he is the most unpleasant For double their usual fee, though, Kai and Ilsa will tolerate a lot even Dantes insistence that he tag along on the investigation A high stakes hunt is no time for distractions When Kai realizes his true feelings for Ilsa, his timing couldn t be worse.Because as the trail they follow grows dangerous, Kai and Ilsa begin to doubt they ll find Eleazar s missing daughter alive.

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    1. koeur.wordpress/2016/02/2Publisher: Less Than Three PressPublishing Date: March 2016ISBN:9781620047224Genre: SciFiRating: meh/5.0Publishers Description: Partners for seven years, Ilsa and Kai are the best Professional Finders in the business. There’s nothing they can’t track down, no matter how hazardous the path or unfamiliar the star system.Review: Kai is a love struck human that has the hots for his investigative partner, Ilsa, a cold robotic girl that likes her space and no attachments. [...]

    2. I saw two books listed on NetGalley, and what interested me was that they were asexual and aromantic LGBTQIA stories. I read a lot of mainstream genres and titles, but I’d never refuse to try a book based on the fact that the author was a member of a particular group, religion, or class. I’ve tried a few LGBTQIA in the past, and there seems to be a lot of erotic LGBTQIA stories, that, like their hetero-normative counterparts are real turn-offs for me. I was intrigued to read a sci-fi LGBTQIA [...]

    3. ****Reviewed for Prism Book Alliance®****3.5 Stars - So, I am giving Open Skies 3.5 stars for its sci-fi adventure content. It was filled with a variety of alien life and they were constantly on the move though the story wasn’t action packed. There weren’t a lot of technology details other than the mention they were on space ships, but I still felt like I could envision the world. I found the hunt for Dantes’s daughter interesting and the resulting conclusion satisfying.I am not, however, [...]

    4. I found this book difficult to get into. I picked it up and put it down so many times. It is very slow paced, no real intensity. It seemed to drag and I ended up skim reading. I was happy with the ending, but if your looking for a fast paced, action packed book that gets you all hot and bothered, sitting on the edge of the seat, this book isn't for you.However if you like a good story plot, that has a touch of romance, a few curveballs, this book may be for you. This book was given to me by Netg [...]

    5. This is an enjoyable space novella giving us a glimpse of a galactic civilisation in which many spacefaring species coexist, for the most part peacefully but echoes of a great war can still be heard. The story takes us to terraformed planets and space stations and domed habitats, travelling in severely cramped conditions, much as the poorest passengers in the transatlantic liners must have done a century ago.Unfortunately, the story doesn't really show us the magnificence of space. The picture p [...]

    6. This is part of the Solitary Travelers series, stand-alone fiction featuring asexual and/or aromantic main characters. Kai and Ilsa are excellent private investigators, and they're willing to bend their rules when they're offered double the usual fee by a rich businessman. But as they hunt down the trail of his long-lost daughter, they find themselves out of their personal and professional depth.Sadly, this one didn't really work for me. The prose is passable at best, the plot is plodding and th [...]

    7. I wanted to like this book more than I did because asexual-aromantic main characters are still rare. And I think the bones of a great book were here.But I had a problem with the plot structure. Fundamentally there are two strands -- (1) a mystery and (2) a relationship -- and the two were too separate. The mystery was solved about 2/3 of the way through, then the main characters split apart over a mismatch in relationship desires and spent YEARS apart, during which we only saw things from the pe [...]

    8. A different ending from what you might expect. The story starts as an action adventure. The two main characters have been partners for quite some time. Something happens to change the dynamic between the two and the story takes a new turn. A very fun read with an interesting conclusion.

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