Rescue might just be the death of her.
Far from home
Fiona Russell has been snatched from Earth, imprisoned, and used as slave labor, but nothing about her abduction makes sense. When she's rescued by the Grih, she realizes there's a much bigger game in play than she ever could have imagined, and she's right in the middle of it.
Far from safe
Battleship captain Hal Vakeri is chasing down pirates when he stumbles across a woman abducted from Earth. She's the second one the Grih have found in two months, and her presence is potentially explosive in the Grih's ongoing negotiations with their enemies, the Tecran. The Tecran and the Grih are on the cusp of war, and Fiona might just tip the balance.
Far from done
Fiona has had to bide her time while she's been a prisoner, pretending to be less than she is, but when the chance comes for her to forge her own destiny in the new world she's found herself in, she grabs it with both hands. After all, actions speak louder than words.
©2016 Michelle Diener (P)2016 Podium Publishing
I need more ears!
Fiona Russell was kidnapped from Earth by aliens, but now the aliens don't know what to do with her. She's trouble if she's found on their ship, so they drop her off on a cargo vessel where she is subsequently disguised and used as slave labor. Waiting for an opportunity to escape the abusive captain and his thugs, she's even willing to run off with yet another scary alien race, but they run off without her. What's a girl to do?
Fortunately, the next aliens she meets are . . . but that would be telling!
Don't miss this second book of the series, but make sure you start with the first!
Christina Delaine's performance is pitch perfect for this wonderful series!
This is a treasure!
Credit worthy? You bet!
HIGHLY RECOMMENDED (For anyone who loves great writing, great characters, sci fi/romance, and lots of action. So. Much. Fun!)
I really enjoyed the first book in the series, Dark Horse, this one almost felt like the same story, different characters. Not particularly impressed.
Hello, my name is Teresa and I'm an addict.
There were some moments in this story that was very similar to the first story, but by the second half that starts wane and the action, adventure really gains momentum. I like how there is an excerpt of the next book at the end of Dark Horse and Dark Deeds, it really makes you want to get the next book in the series immediately to find out what happens. To me this is an ingenious way to get the reader to by the next book, especially if they are on the cusp of deciding when to get it. I really liked the friendship that the AI and Fiona created and can't wait to find out what happens in the next book. Defiantly need to read this book in order to get the full effect. Narrator is good, and I would be happy to listen to her again anytime. With the Whispersync all three books are less than a credit and worth the price.
There really is little wrong with this book. It was interesting and suspenseful, just like the first one. However, the main character's personality is identical to the 1st book, and when I listened to the start of the next one (thank you Audible for the previews you offer), it was again the same. The main characters all happen to find it a breeze to learn multiple alien languages, all clever in a crisis, willing to talk back to anyone, they're bitter in the same way,
etc. It's too bad because there's so much right with the stories and the whole concept. Perhaps the 3rd book is different, but I didn't hear more than the preview. Narration is good.
I liked Dark Horse a lot, which is why I was only somewhat disappointed to find that I had bought it twice. This book is almost identical to book one (and book 3 isn't any better.)
A "different" woman is abducted from earth by the same aliens, she wakes up a different Class 5 ship, and is rescued by a dashing Grih captain. Neither Fiona nor Hal feel substantially different from Rose and Dav, and after reading book 3, you really start to see how generic and boring the male leads are. They are all buff protectors with no real backstory. No unique personality. The plot is also incredibly similar.
Instead of delving deeper into her characters, relationships, and world, Diener seems to be stuck in a loop, copying the same scenarios over and over again with new people.
I have read the series, and am waiting for the next installment. I have book 1&2, and am waiting for the next in the series
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