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I don’t usually put spoilers in my reviews, but I have to in order for my confusion to make some sense.
So…. Spoilers Ahead.
I understood that once the court case began Samantha and Jonathan had to distance themselves so the board would not know that they were more than just doctor and patient. But it was not at all necessary since Jonathan had asked various people on the board to find him a mate. So even though the case was against him, I really saw no reason why he had to act aggressive towards Sam.
I know a lot of Romance writers use the trope of “I love him, now I hate him, now I can’t let him know I’m still in love with him”, and it kind of felt like this is how Klee was trying to make their romance go. But for me it didn’t work at all. And I just kept wondering what was the point, since they were obviously together, and would continue to be together.
Also Sam gets intimate with a past lover and has a plan to get revenge for him leaving her. Either it went right over my head as to what happened, or perhaps Nan Klee will be putting it in the next book, but I couldn’t figure out how she got revenge. She just acted a bit more standoffish to him after the trial. If Klee is planning on telling us in the next book, then there should be some sort of warning that it will be coming.
Those were my two biggest problems, and they took up a lot of the book. As far as the science and colonization of the moon went, that storyline and details were very interesting to read. Klee’s character development is very good, and I really enjoyed the relationship with Sam and her uncle.
Although this book was just okay, I do see a lot of potential in the trilogy, and it will be interesting to see where the next book leads.
The plot revolves around a psychologist and her client. Why they got together in the first place is the crux of this book. This book is the beginning of a series and aptly begins the series well.
Nan has a unique writing style. She uses descriptions in her narrations and that is where I felt she went a bit overboard. I mean, it is my personal opinion, I felt there were a few scenes which could have been edited. In spite of this, I must admit that the author has stuck to the plot for majority of the time. The descriptions do evoke imageries and the storyline is like sci-fi romance movie I mentally watched as I read along.
The two protagonists have been portrayed as strong individuals with their own identities. They have their flaws and are not afraid to express their vulnerable self. The other minor characters do play a part in adding on to the storyline but the story belongs to the protagonists.
To sum up, this book can be read in one sitting. It is amazing and I am sure that Book Two would be a much improved version of this. Do read if romantic science fiction interests you.
P.S - Thank you Nan for an amazing story. This book deals with bitter-sweet relationships and love. Waiting for the next to see whats in store. This review is my honest opinion after reading the story.
Loved Dreaganstar. Can’t wait for the next two books. The setting on the moon was handled really well with mention of the location and atmospheric requirements without dwelling on the scientific aspects of it, which would have distracted from the main story line. I read the book in three nights because it was hard to find a stopping point where I could put it down, so I just kept reading. Time flew while I was engrossed in the book. The best part for me was a couple of surprise twists because I hate it when I can figure out the whole story from the beginning. My favorite character in the book was Samantha Alexander – so wonderful to read a story that has a strong, smart woman that is well versed in several vocations but still so able to be a woman. I highly recommend this book to anyone that enjoys SciFi AND romance novels. It’s a wonderful mix of both.
Been a while since a book nearly made me late for anything, but this one did. Thoroughly enjoyed it.
Looking forward to more from this new [to me, anyway] Author, including the next volume in this series.
- Robert Walker, Entertainer and Radio Personality