GABRIEL'S GHOST by LINNEA SINCLAIR
A life-and-death battle where giving up the ghost has a whole new meaning...
After a decade of cruising interstellar patrol ships, former Captain Chasidah Bergren, onetime Pride of the Sixth Fleet, finds herself court-martialed for a crime she didn't commit -- and shipped off to a remote prison planet from which no one ever escapes. But when she kills a brutal guard in an act of self-defense, someone even more dangerous emerges from the shadows.
Gabriel Sullivan -- alpha mercenary, smuggler, and rogue -- is supposed to be dead. Yet now this seductive ghost from Chaz's past is offering her a ticket to freedom -- for a price. Someone in the Empire is secretly breeding jukors: vicious and uncontrollable killing machines that have long been outlawed. Gabriel needs Chaz to help him stop the practice before it decimates imperial space. For Chaz, it's a matter of survival. For Sully it means facing the truth about who -- and what -- he really is. The mission means putting their lives on the line -- but the tensions that heat up between them may be the riskiest part of all.
Genre: Paranormal Romance, Futuristic, Sci-Fi
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"Fast action Sci-fi worth reading again!"
Reviewed by Cy Korte
Posted November 5, 2006
In family military tradition, Chasidah 'Chaz' Bergren was a
dedicated captain of an interstellar patrol ship. The shock
of a railroaded court-martial and sentence of life
imprisonment on Moabar had barely set in when she received
an offer from a nemesis she thought was dead.
Gabriel "Sully" Sullivan was Read more...
"Fantastic flight through the stars!"
Reviewed by Chere Gruver
Posted November 16, 2006
Captain Chazidah "Chaz" Bergren is on Moabar, the penal
planet. She ended up here after being accused of refusing
to follow an order, an order she never received.
Unfortunately, the result of all this was the death of her
entire crew with Chaz herself being the only survivor. At
least Read more...
"a non-stop science fiction action adventure romance"
Reviewed by Leslie Tramposch
Posted May 7, 2008
Prejudice is defined by Webster's as "an adverse opinion or
leaning formed without just grounds or before sufficient
knowledge" and "an irrational attitude of hostility directed
against an individual, a group, a race, or their supposed
characteristics." What if the faith of an Empire was based
on such a Read more...