Title: Collision Course
Publisher: Carina Press
Pub Date: 04/04/2011
Author: Zoe Archer
As of late, I’m quite into action packed stories… stories or wars, stories of tormented souls and desperation, for during the time of uncertainties, there’s always good, intense love stories to tell.
I was immensely pleased with Collision Course… what more can I ask for in an action packed fantasy? Collision Course have everything I wanted in a sci-fi romance fiction. Rebellious, free-spirited heroine who also happens to be a galactic siren in her own way… confused but virile ace pilot as a hero with issues of his own…and notorious criminals hunting the protagonists down.
I definitely wouldn’t mind reading Collision Course again and again. I simply couldn’t get enough adrenaline and endorphine that practically oozed out of this book.
Kudos to Zoe Archer for such a wonderful book. The book is absolutely engaging and I can hardly put it down.Â I rate this book 4.5 out of 5 stars.
In a galaxy torn apart by war…
Mara Skiren is a scavenger, a black-market dealer. Blackmailed into helping Commander Kell Frayne infiltrate a treacherous corner of the galaxy, Mara learns that her biggest danger is from her sexy, by-the-book partner. She’s a loner with more than a few battle scars on her heart, but something about Commander Frayne stirs up her long-buried need for an intimate connection.
An ace pilot for the elite Black Wraith Squadron, Kell’s mission is to rescue a lost pilot and ship. Unable to deny his attraction to the beautiful, rebellious Mara, he decides bedding her would cool his ardor. But one taste is not nearly enough, and he finds himself sharing more of his real self with her than he has with anyone.
With deadly criminals on their heels and an increasingly dangerous assignment to complete, he’s starting to wonder…if they survived, could he let her go? And will Mara want to stay?
The release date for this book is 4th April 2011. For more information on this title, please click here to visit the author’s website.
I received an ARC of this book from Carina Press via Netgalley, and I was not compensated in any ways for writing this review.