MOONSTRUCK by SUSAN GRANT
**2008 PEARL NOMINEE - BEST FUTURISTIC ROMANCE**
b>PEACE IS FOR LITTLE GIRLS.
And Coalition starship admiral Brit Bandar is one tough woman. A mere intergalactic treaty could never get her to trust the Drakken Horde. There was too much bad blood between the Coalition and the Horde and, for intensely personal reasons, Brit wasn't sure that she was through spilling it! But now a peaceful accord has made Finn Rorkken, a notorious Drakken rogue, second-in command on her starship - and through some grand cosmic irony - front and center in her thoughts...and her heart.
Either title sat easily on Finn's battle-hardened shoulders. Though second-in-command to "Stone-Heart" Bandar? That would take some getting used to. Peace required as much sacrifice as war, so he'd comply even if his reaction to the gorgeous admiral fell decidedly outside protocol. But would he end up kissing or killing her if the galaxy's tentative truce turned into all out war?
Genre: Paranormal Romance, Futuristic
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"Gut wrenching and heart warming - Grant's new space romance is a keeper!"
Reviewed by Leslie Tramposch
Posted April 7, 2008
Susan Grant introduced us to Aviation Romance with strong
female aviator/role models such as Jas Hamilton (THE STAR
KING) and Jordan Cady (CONTACT) and Earth to alien cultures.
Like CONTACT which dealt with terrorism in the aftermath of
9-11, Ms. Grant's latest novel MOONSTRUCK is very edgy Read more...
"Spinoff - Borderlands series debut will leave readers Moonstruck!"
Reviewed by Kenda Montgomery
Posted April 7, 2008
I'm a total fan of this author's work. One hundred percent
gaga. And yet, I did
not really expect that she could further surpass my
expectations and blast them
completely out of the galaxy. Moonstruck embodies for me
everything that is
necessary when it comes to reading romance Read more...
"This story really pulls you in and won't let you go till the very end."
Reviewed by Amber Chalmers
Posted May 3, 2008
The war is over and Admiral Brit Bandar is bored. Stuck on
shore leave she has nothing to do. So far she has spent
her time sleeping with men and she hasn't even bothered
trying to remember any of their names. Her dreams about
the treaty falling apart are Read more...