Polaris

Stardust Series, Book 5
Narrated by: Emily Lawrence, Jeremy York
Series: Stardust, Book 5
Length: 11 hrs and 5 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (80 ratings)

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Unsure how to react to Knox's simple but life-changing declaration, Haley focuses all her energy on the guys and her Zenith training, hoping the rest will fall into place. Still, as her love for Knox, Theo, Chase, Liam, and Jackson deepens, she worries their connection won't be enough.

When an unexpected encounter magnifies her fears, she realizes she'll have to make a choice after all. Will Haley find a way to accept her unconventional relationship with Team Jaguar, or will she risk losing them forever?

Contains mature themes.

©2018 Autumn Reed and Julia Clarke (P)2018 Tantor
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Good but Anticlimactic

Don’t get me wrong, I loved the series but felt the ending was a little meh. The kidnapping was exciting but the overall lack of steam in the book left me feeling blah. Her overall objection to marriage and kids also made me dislike her a little bit too. Nothing felt resolved with her friend in Nevada either. I think the author missed a lot of opportunities to add steam to the book and really the ending just seemed rushed because the HEA and epilogue didn’t give me the warm and fuzzies. Her reaction to the key box wan the nail in the coffin for me.

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pretty good overall

pretty good, good narration and performance. the story was just fine, I listened to the series so it kept me interested for the most part

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I’m more so reviewing the whole series here. I’m a big RH fan and I think this might be sweetest, most tame RH out there so far. I wasn’t swept away or swooning but it was a sweet, enjoyable listen. The narrators were decent and I have no complaints about the performance!

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Good book

All the books are good. I look at it that they are all brother's and it is sad that one leaves and I call me the lost brother. I think there should be a 6 book to bring the lost brother back to group so they all can be happy.