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Susan Grant writes excellent SciFi romances I ve read them all and except for a couple, have given them good grades This is one of my favourites Brit Bandar is the heroine of this book She has risen high in the Coalition space force and now holds the title of Admiral But after fighting a decades long battle with the Drakken, there is peace between them and they along with small force from Earth have formed a new group, the Triad Brit is given a new spaceship to command and much to her surp Susan Grant writes excellent SciFi romances I ve read them all and except for a couple, have given them good grades This is one of my favourites Brit Bandar is the heroine of this book She has risen high in the Coalition space force and now holds the title of Admiral But after fighting a decades long battle with the Drakken, there is peace between them and they along with small force from Earth have formed a new group, the Triad Brit is given a new spaceship to command and much to her surprise for lack of a better word, is to work with a Drakken as her second in Command Finn Rorkken is already known to her as they have been after each other for years First Finn was a space pirate and then became a commander in the war And now these former adversaries are to work together Brit is not impressed though Finn sees things differently He s always admired Brit s abilities and as the Drakken have really come out the losers in the war They have suffered horrible shortages, so he s willing to embrace his new role.But things are rocky The Drakken are a brutal race and are responsible for a lot of atrocities over the years so there are hard feelings between crew members and it s up to Brit and Finn to sort these out and have them work as a solidified unit Things get a bit trickier though as Brit and Finn are drawn together Finn is open in his attraction to Brit and wanting aintimate relationship but Brit has suffered devastating losses at the hands of Drakkens and not sure she can get past them.I like Brit a lot but I LOVE Finn He s very protective of Brit and while in general his race is violent, he himself is intelligent, thoughtful and such wonderful hero material.The world building is very well done which is important in writing a good SciFi Everything in this genre is made up but the author must make it believable for it to work and Susan Grant has made it work very well.Something I have to say though I ve read all her books years ago and since I read them and since then she has reissued quite a few of them with all new titles For example when I read the print version of this book it was titled Moonstruck but as an EBook it s now called Warleader So if you re like me and wanting to get these books as Ebooks after reading them in print form, check the storyline itself before buying.This was a five star when I first read it years ago and it s still a five start now What do you do when you ve dedicated your military career and your life to fighting the enemy, and now a truce and alliance have been declared, and now you re on the same side Worse, Admiral Brit Bandar finds herself irresistibly attracted to her sworn enemy, former Warleader Finn Rorkken, who now serves under her command.Amazing characters, tremendous chemistry, an awesome read Winner of TWO 2018 SFR Galaxy Awards An absolute must read #Download Ebook ï Warleader Ç Galactic Rules of EngagementEnemies must not become loversWelcome to the Borderlands, where rules are meant to be brokenAdmiral Brit Bandar is the Coalition s greatest starship commander The outlaw known as the Scourge of the Borderlands taunted her in a galactic game of cat and mouse for years, but she never caught him Now they re supposed to make peace and serve together on the same starship Not so easy to do when her sworn enemy turns out to be the only man who can make her remember what it is to feelWarleader and space pirate Finn Rorkken doesn t care how many medals Stone Heart Bandar has He s going to show her what it s like to be pursued and caught by a master Intergalactic peace is on the line, and if she wants his cooperation, she ll have to surrender her heart Challenge accepted, AdmiralThe Borderlands Series BookWARLEADERBookHUNTING THE WARLORD S DAUGHTERBookRAIDER BORNThree Borderlands prequels The Otherworldly Men Series BookGUARDIAN ALIENBookROYAL RECRUITBookCYBORG AND THE SINGLE MOM Moonstruck is moderately entertaining, but shallow Ordinarily that would be fine with me sometimes a fun, fluffy space opera is exactly what I want But for a book whose major themes include loss, vengeance, racial discrimination, and cultural integration, the lack of depth is disappointing.One problem I have with this novel is that the major characters surrender their prejudices and overcome their demons a little too easily, given how much those failings defined them at the beginning of the n Moonstruck is moderately entertaining, but shallow Ordinarily that would be fine with me sometimes a fun, fluffy space opera is exactly what I want But for a book whose major themes include loss, vengeance, racial discrimination, and cultural integration, the lack of depth is disappointing.One problem I have with this novel is that the major characters surrender their prejudices and overcome their demons a little too easily, given how much those failings defined them at the beginning of the novel Brit in particular seems like two completely different people from the beginning of the novel to the end She starts out cold, practically soullessness, but she is warm and passionate by the end of the novel The transition happens too quickly to be believable I think if she were a little less icy and prejudiced in the beginning, her moments of warmth and humanity would feelnatural Finn s development is a bitstable He decides pretty early on that he wants Brit, and that is the foremost thought in his mind for the rest of the book I guess that makes him a better lover than a first officer, but at least he s easy to like.The biggest problem with Moonstruck, however, is that the plot is just so damned predictable I knew from start to finish exactly what was going to happen next and who the bad guys were No surprises, no interesting world building, no unexpected character interactions As a result, it didn t hold my attention very well When I put the book down, I didn t feel any urgency to pick it back up and keep reading In spite of these issues, this is still a three star book Many of the characters are rather endearing even Brit, some of the time , and some of the dialog is cute I just couldn t read it without thinking about how much better it could have been So although it isn t bad, Moonstruck is definitely not my favorite book by this author 4.5 starsI was gifted a free copy of this book by the author My review is fully voluntary and honest.Warleader isthan an enemies to lovers romance From Finn Rorkenn s point of view, Admiral Brit Bandarr of the Coalition is an adversary worthy of respect From Brit s point of view, Rorkenn, the Drakken scourge of the Borderlands, represents everything evil of the dreaded Drakkon empire that destroyed her early life Now that the long war is over, Finn and Brit are thrown together as comma 4.5 starsI was gifted a free copy of this book by the author My review is fully voluntary and honest.Warleader isthan an enemies to lovers romance From Finn Rorkenn s point of view, Admiral Brit Bandarr of the Coalition is an adversary worthy of respect From Brit s point of view, Rorkenn, the Drakken scourge of the Borderlands, represents everything evil of the dreaded Drakkon empire that destroyed her early life Now that the long war is over, Finn and Brit are thrown together as commanders of the same ship They are expected to work as allies to show the rest of the galaxy that the end of the war has brought opposing sides peacefully together Finn is happy to act on his attraction and admiration Brit is muchreluctant, but her physical attraction to Finn wins over Slowly, her hard feelings for Finn thaw as she begins to know him as an individual Eventually, despite her years long hatred of all Drakkon, she develops strong feelings for Finn In addition to the lovely love story of Finn and Brit, we are treated to the blossoming relationship between Hadley and Tango, or is it Hadley and Bolivarr I won t give any spoilers so you will have to read for yourself But the second romance story in this novel is a bonus that was unexpected and quite enjoyable Like the other secondary characters in this story, Hadley, Tango, and Bolivarr are not just extras , but are developed characters that add depth to the story My only criticism of this story is that Finn seems like a watered down version from his scourge of the Borderlands persona According to his reputation, he is a feared, ruthless, barbarian warleader of the Drakkon empire In this story, he is not fearsome or ruthless In fact, he s a really great guy, there s nothing wrong with that, in fact I really like his character but he seems at odds with the warleader description He was really just too nice to be believable as a ruthless pirate and Drakkon warleader There are brief hints of hints of his barbarianism and brutality throughout the story, but not enough to make an impact I also wished that the Drakkon political situation was better described I had a lot of questions regarding Finn s beginnings and current status in the remnants of the Drakkon political climate I found Finn s character fully likable, but I found his position as warleader somewhat confusing and unconvincing The next book is entitled Hunting the Warlord s Daughter I hope some of the questions I have will be answered in that book, because I fully intend to read it Loved this, reminiscent of Star Trek Voyager Admiral Brit Bandar is the Coalition s greatest starship commander For years she has been chasing after an outlaw known as the Scourge of the Borderlands until peace was declared Now to show galactic unity she has been put in charge of a new ship, with her old enemy Warleader Finn Rorkken as her second in command Brit and Finn have to find a way to work together, unite their respective crew members or at least stave off a riot and solve the myst Loved this, reminiscent of Star Trek Voyager Admiral Brit Bandar is the Coalition s greatest starship commander For years she has been chasing after an outlaw known as the Scourge of the Borderlands until peace was declared Now to show galactic unity she has been put in charge of a new ship, with her old enemy Warleader Finn Rorkken as her second in command Brit and Finn have to find a way to work together, unite their respective crew members or at least stave off a riot and solve the mystery of who is killing off the inhabitants of remote outposts.I read this about six weeks ago, borrowed fromPrime, but didn t get around to writing a review at the time It was a well imagined lighthearted romp which also had some pointed comments about the need for acceptance and understanding of other peoples customs and behaviours I really enjoyed reading it and I m itching to find the second book in e book format of any description but currently drawing a blank even though Goodreads suggests it should have been released in January 2019.If you like your sci fi light on the science, romance, opposites attract, pirates and space opera I think you will love this space romp This was a good solid scifi romance It contains all the usual themes, the H and h should hate each other, they both have tormented pasts, they are surrounded by interesting secondary characters who will get their own books someday All that said, the scifi was reasonably strong, and the characters were unique The surrounding troubles were well constructed, and I did not anticipate the end twist until just before it was unveiled.The sex wasNC 17 than XXX, which seems to be the author s This was a good solid scifi romance It contains all the usual themes, the H and h should hate each other, they both have tormented pasts, they are surrounded by interesting secondary characters who will get their own books someday All that said, the scifi was reasonably strong, and the characters were unique The surrounding troubles were well constructed, and I did not anticipate the end twist until just before it was unveiled.The sex wasNC 17 than XXX, which seems to be the author s style I d read The Legend of Banzai Maguire, which had the same level of heat I ll readfrom her As a romance, solid characters As military science fiction, no Just, no. I mean, I dunno what to say with this one When you re in a SF universe and a character is referencing Devil meets Prada which only THREE years later dates the book, how in the world can you believe that you re in a world where there are space ships and alternate races UUUUUGH.In the VERY narrow category of SF Romance genre, I list this on my shelf because there was something cool going on with the main character and her hero, namely that SHE was the hard edged and alpha one, and the dude did I mean, I dunno what to say with this one When you re in a SF universe and a character is referencing Devil meets Prada which only THREE years later dates the book, how in the world can you believe that you re in a world where there are space ships and alternate races UUUUUGH.In the VERY narrow category of SF Romance genre, I list this on my shelf because there was something cool going on with the main character and her hero, namely that SHE was the hard edged and alpha one, and the dude didn t try to dominate her in a macho way, which is so rare in romance novels that I want to list it on my shelf for that quality alone The relationship between the main characters is definitely the selling point here, not the believability of the SF world In a completely fluffy way I ok enjoyed it And the cover with the woman stroking his gun made me laugh, haha A boring, impossible to believe romance, which is a pity as somewhere, deep, deep into the story there was a solitary interesting single thread.Unfortunately that spark of plot was drowned by the sheer stupidity of love at first sight, at first sight between 2 enemy people, one of whom has lost everything and everyone to the war She was utterly unbelievable and he was utterly perfect A match made in book hell So, it wasn t spiteful, but I can t give itthan 1 star as a forgettable read A boring, impossible to believe romance, which is a pity as somewhere, deep, deep into the story there was a solitary interesting single thread.Unfortunately that spark of plot was drowned by the sheer stupidity of love at first sight, at first sight between 2 enemy people, one of whom has lost everything and everyone to the war She was utterly unbelievable and he was utterly perfect A match made in book hell So, it wasn t spiteful, but I can t give itthan 1 star as a forgettable read One that I skim read too not interested in sex for sex sake sorry