"Chaz knows that Sully is a pirate and a poet, but he is much, much more."
Chasidah 'Chaz' Bergren was a captain in the sixth fleet
until a court martial sent her to Moabar, the worse prison
planet in the universe. Gabriel Ross Sullivan finds her
there and offers to get her off planet if she will help him
with a little project of his. But Gabriel has more than
just Chaz's knowledge and skills on his mind. Far more. And
as Chasidah discovers, he is far more than what he seems to
How do I put this? I absolutely loved this book. I read it
two days ago, and still can't get the hero out of my mind.
Gabriel/Sully is a fantastic character, as good as they get.
This book is filled with wonderful characters, all of which
I'm hoping to see more of in future books. An entire
universe is here; there is room for far more tales.
Then there is the language. This is a beautifully written
book, crafted with tender loving care, not a phrase out of
place. Chaz says that Sully is a wordsmith and a poet, and
he most certainly is. But, only because the author put the
words into his mouth.
I'm in serious awe here. I can't say too much about the
plot without giving much of it away. But needless to say, I
seriously suggest reading this book.
Copyright © 2002
ParaNormal Romance Reviews
Reviewed by Janet Miller
Posted February 18, 2002