I've floated my latest SFR on the Web Sea! By now you all know everything there is to know about the book, but here's the blurb and buy links - and a wonderful review.
It obviously ticked a few boxes with someone.
When Jirra and Toreni rescue Romila from a raid on her antiques
business the Misfits start off on a mission to uncover a drug-smuggling
operation. A new, very potent drug is on the market, hidden in statues
of ice warriors carved on a remote world.
But all’s not well within the team. Toreni and Chet have fallen out,
Toreni has received an offer that might be too good to refuse, and Jirra
has doubts about her future. When the drug-smuggling operation morphs
into something even more dangerous, the Misfits must resolve their
differences. If they don’t act together, and quickly, many lives will be
at risk. Including their own.
Action and adventure, with a little bit of romance.
Buy the book at iBooks Amazon Kobo B&N
Here's the Amazon review:
imagination of a writer with a firm grasp on world-building - both
social and cultural - comes another gripping tale of intrigue where the
stakes are high and the outcomes less than certain. Filled with high
action and a dollop of romance, the Morgan's Misfits crew - coming off a
successful mission in Kuralon Rescue - now find themselves at odds when
personalities and individual goals clash. The story's narrative detail
walks that fine line between techie overkill and cultural authenticity
with aplomb, each description adding to the story and fleshing it out
into a believable whole.
With engaging characters who must balance
individual needs with the necessity of working as a unit to achieve
their mission goals and enough twists and turns to keep you on the edge
of your seat, Rescuing Romila is a most worthy addition to the Morgan
Add a cameo by the hottest admiral in the fleet,
Ashkar Ravindra, and you have the perfect formula for a gripping
adventure. This is space opera at its finest.
Thank you, reader.
I don't arrange reviews, or ask for them, except maybe a paragraph at the end of a book. I didn't even do that, this time. But reviews do matter, so if you've read a book you enjoyed, do the author a favour and write a review. It doesn't have to be as complicated as the one up there. Something like, "I really enjoyed the story" is just fine.
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