The saying Jumping Ship takes on a whole new meaning when Luke Stone is involved. In a way, having read the entire Luke Stone Series first, then the prequel, was much better. It meant I was not reading with a "Yeah, Right" attitude, cause you kinda expect the Impossible when its Luke. I do love that he could experience fear, hurt and a WTH moment. It added to the "not just any man could do this" persona.
Congrats on the strong women component of this book. Women carried their own water and were not just unwilling victims.
Altogether, a Stone book that holds its own, and quite a few "Oh, that's good" lines from Mars. Will never look at a kid who looks twelve and acts thirty the same again.
Loved the all nighter, catching up with Luke's Journey. Made me glad he got some Dull Moments, in the end