Friday, March 27, 2015

Sing a Song of the Stars Bundle (The Seeker by Sandy James)

Sing A Song of the Stars Bundle

This review is Only for the portion of the bundle titled THE SEEKER by Sandy James. Although, I plan to return to the rest of the stories included in this bundle, my reading schedule does not accommodate the full read at this time.

The Seeker
Written by: Sandy James
Published by: James Gang Publishing
Publication date: April 7, 2015
Rating: 5 Stars
Genre: Bundle | Fantasy
Find this bundle on: Amazon | Barnes & Noble

A collection of eight sci-fi romance novels and novellas.

Spanning the universe, from futuristic Earth to unique alien worlds, these stories combine the realms of science fiction with heartfelt romance and tantalizing sizzle. Adventure, mystery, space exploration, technology, betrayal, and love, these eight stories sing the songs of the stars—igniting the imagination, arousing the spirit, and uplifting the heart.

Farewell Andromeda by Laurie A. Green The last thing deep space pilot Tiharra Bell needs is another romantic entanglement, and certainly not with the galaxy’s most famous astronomer. But she's about to be fooled.

Reckless Rescue by Rinelle Grey He crash-landed on her planet. Can they survive the winter together without falling in love?

The Seeker by Sandy James The Vymains have conquered Earth but Kara Michaels refuses to surrender. When Aiodhan Riel is sent to assassinate the Vymain leader, he crash lands. Will he carry out his mission or fall for the rebellious Kara?

Unbound Instinct by C.E. Kilgore Vex is unique among his kind. Cris is the last of hers. Freed from slavery, they seek an acceptance of themselves and an understanding of each other.

Alien Encounter: Janaya by Shelley Munro Janaya is stuck on Earth. And because she neglected to have her travel inoculations in her hurry to protect her aunt from Torgons, she has bonded with an Earthman.

A Matter Of Trust by Greta van der Rol Surrounded by enemies, it seems the only man prepared to help Princess Amira is the Demon Admiral. But can she trust him?

My Name Is A’yen by Rachel Leigh Smith A'yen Mesu, a Loks Mé slave, doesn't believe his homeworld exists. Dr. Farran Hart does. When she finds it, he'll do anything to protect her. Even if it costs him his heart.

Captured By The Hawk by Aurora Springer A Space Operetta: Kat steals codes from the Emperor’s Revenge. Captain Black Hawk hides his face under a mask. Will he win her heart before she uncovers his tragic secret?

Sing A Song of the StarsMy Review: Sing A Song of the Stars Bundle
The Seeker by Sandy James

The Vymains, a bug/lizard like alien, have infiltrated earth. They befriended mankind only to betray them, enslave them and harvest the resources of this world.

Aiodhan, another alien, is sent by his planet seers to kill a key figure in the Vymain hierarchy; thereby removing a future threat to his world. He didn’t count on crash landing and meeting Kara Michaels.

Kara Michaels is a woman on the run from Vymain enslavement or death. When she is rescued by Aiodhan, Kara and Aiodhan become reluctant allies; allies that soon grow into a deep attraction.

Aiodhan is as James’ puts it a “Tarzan” type male figure, while Kara is definitely not the withering damsel in distress; making for some very interesting and highly entertaining interactions.

James’ provides a brilliantly conceived post apocalyptic world. The circumstances are dire but humanity fights on with or without help.

I’ve read everything from James’ contemporary and historical romances to her scifi fantasy and have to say The Seeker is one of my favorites by this author. She includes her marvelous witty and sassy characters with a strong and seductive romance, but it was the imaginative twist and scifi aspect that pulled me in and kept me riveted to this story.

I hope this is the beginning to a new series because this is a world I would love to explore more.

I received this ARC copy of Sing A Song of the Stars from Sandy James in exchange for a honest review. This book is set for publication April 7, 2015.


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