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The Cassini Mission (Galactic Conspiracies) (Volume 2) Paperback – November 9, 2013
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Rob Colton is a software developer by day, and avid reader of romance novels at night. A romantic at heart, he loves stories that feature big, burly men who find true love and happy endings.
Rob grew up in northern Michigan and currently lives in the Atlanta area with his very supportive husband and their very spoiled miniature schnauzer.
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Top customer reviews
Once thing about The Cassini Mission is that you don't need to read The Degan Incident in order to understand the events happening in this book.
I cannot recommend this book highly enough.
I'm glad for books like these: you rarely see any gay sci-fi, and what's out there is pretty low quality. This story featured credible characters that I invested in, a love story that was hot and fun, and a ton of real plot and action, especially toward the end. Highly recommended!
The scientist, Aron, was a secondary character in the first book and there were a few brief check-ins with the first book characters. This could be read as a standalone, but I think it would be more enjoyable read in order.
All in all, it was a fast, engaging read that didn't shirk on all the emotions. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend it.