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The Star Prince (Star Series, Book 2) Mass Market Paperback – November 30, 2001


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Product Details

  • Mass Market Paperback: 395 pages
  • Publisher: Love Spell (November 30, 2001)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0505524570
  • ISBN-13: 978-0505524577
  • Product Dimensions: 6.8 x 4.1 x 1.1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,077,155 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

One of the first women to graduate from the US Air Force Academy, Susan Grant piloted jets in the USAF before joining United Airlines. She currently flies 747s around the world.

Susan Grant is the author of two other aviation romances: Once A Pirate and The Star King.


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Mom, RITA award winner, New York Times best-selling author, former USAF jet pilot and current 747 international airline pilot Susan Grant loves writing about what she knows: flying, adventure, and the often unpredictable interaction between men and women!

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The characters were very believable, the story line draws you in and keeps you engaged in the story.
Debs
When the name "Susan Grant" is on the cover, readers best hold onto their seats because it's going to be one heck of a ride!
Detra Fitch
This was the second book I read by Susan Grant, the first being The Star King, the first book in the series.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Sheri Fogarty VINE VOICE on November 7, 2001
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Ian Hamilton is the son of Jas from the The Star King, he's been picked to be his stepfathers successor as king of the galaxy and is trying to prove himself worthy....Tee is a Vash princess who is soon to be betrothed to a man she met only once as a child and is wanting her freedom. She loves to fly and has taken piloting lessons on the sly when her father finds out and he says she can never fly again so she runs away...She ends up becoming the pilot for Ians' ship although they are both using false names to conceal there identities...Ian is on the trail of a US senator who is out to end Earth's alliance with the Vash Federation..I thought it was a wonderful story, action packed SF with a great romance......There's also a touching secondary love story between older characters Gaan and Lana ....if you like sf, romance, paranormal romance or romantic suspense I think you'll love The Star Prince. It was story that kept me up <late into the night ;> until I finished reading as I couldn't put it down....highly recommended!
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Detra Fitch VINE VOICE on December 10, 2003
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Princess Tee'ah Dar was sick of enduring life in isolation as Vash Nadah tradition demanded. In a desperate bid for freedom, Tee'ah stole a starspeeder to begin a new life doing what she loved most, flying!
Ian Hamilton, an Earth dweller who was the heir to the Trade Federation and crown prince of the Vash empire, was deep undercover. He posed as Ian Stone, a trader of black market items. He was determined to bring the human people of Earth, the Vash people of Sienna, and all the people in the Federation together in peace! However, freak accidents and bad luck kept getting in the way. When his pilot died, Ian's crew was stranded on an awful world called Donavan's Blunder. Ian's critical mission would have failed right there, had a spunky pilot, Tee, not happened to appear. But neither Ian nor Tee told the other who they really were.
King Romlijhian, Tee's uncle, sent Gann Truelénne after the runaway princess. To do so, Gann had to hire Lara Ros, a master tracker. Gann and Lara clashed instantly, but are forced to work together if they were to succeed.
The galaxy would never be the same again!
***** In a word, "W-O-W!" And throw in a few "WOO-HOO's!" Why? Because Susan Grant has created an amazing universe with some very interesting characters to turn it upside-down! The story was well written and very believable. I could not help but cheer Tee's bravery. When the name "Susan Grant" is on the cover, readers best hold onto their seats because it's going to be one heck of a ride! *****
Reviewed by Detra Fitch of Huntress Reviews.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By iheartjackbauer on May 13, 2003
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Ian Hamilton has been the picture of propriety since his stepfather, Rom B'kah, named Ian his heir as King to the galaxy. Now, seven years later, Ian is fighting to keep Earth on good terms with the Vash. Wanting to pull out of the treaty that Earth signed seven years ago, Ian has set out to prove that it is best for the galaxy all around if they all stick together. With the return of Muffin, we are also introduced to a crew that will go straight to your heart. When Ian finds himself not able to keep a pilot, he hired 'Tee' whom he knows is running, but he doesn't know from what she's running.
Tee'ah Dar has fled her life as a Vash Princess. Never having the freedom to make her own choices, not even choosing the man she marries, Tee'ah is sick to death of her life as a pampered princess. The only thing she has ever done behind her family's back is learn how to fly, the one thing that she can't live without doing. When her father finds out, Tee'ah knows that she can't stay and keep suffocating under her father's rule, or her heart will slowly die. When she meets Ian, he seems a gift from God, or so she thought. What she didn't know was that he was the prince of the galaxy and if he knew who she was, he would return her before she could say 'Earthdweller'.
Tee'ah and Ian's story is truly heartwarming. All her life Tee'ah has been taught to put the needs of others above the needs of few. This once she has denied her heritage and fallen in love in the process. Ian has done everything he can to please Rom, and not end up like his father, who treats women as bad as he ever treated his mother. Ian has a rolemodel in Rom who he wants to be proud of him, but he doesn't think he could give up the love of his life.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By KG McCullough on November 20, 2001
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Ian Hamilton's upbringing had not prepared him to become the crown prince of the galaxy. His life took that strange turn after his mother married Rom B'kah, and his new stepfather became the Vash Nadah king. Rom unexpectedly named his stepson as his heir, although Ian has no Vash Nadah blood in him. The Vash Nadah nobility were predictably scandalized. Rom immediately puts Ian to work trying to find the source of discontent on the outer edges of the galaxy, an area that includes Earth and its restless inhabitants, many of whom aren't particularly enthusiastic about being part of any galactic federation. Ian's job isn't easy and gets harder when his pilot drinks himself to death on an out-of-the-way planet.
Tee'ah Dar is a high-ranking member of the Vash Nadah nobility, destined to marry well and settle into the constricted life dictated for women under its constraining social customs. She wants to be a pilot and see the galaxy, instead, so she "borrows" a star ship and runs away. When she finds herself stranded on an out-of-the-way world, her only hope for escape is to sign on to pilot a ship stranded when its pilot dies unexpectedly.
Ian and Tee'ah strike sparks off each other immediately. Tee suspects who Ian is, and his association with the world she's fleeing concerns her. Ian worries that his new pilot appears to have a drinking problem, which is the last thing he needs. Neither of them needs a romantic entanglement that can't go anywhere, but the more they learn about each other, the deeper their feelings for each other become.
The Star Prince is a wonderful futuristic romance with a well-paced plot, warm, engaging characters, and a number of nice little touches that make the futuristic background feel complete and credible.
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