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Marsha spent the first 15 years of her life as a nerdy nobody before discovering her true identity as the long-lost princess of a secret civilization. Now M is dodging extraterrestrial paparazzi while trying to keep the truth from her adoptive aunt and uncle and everyone at school. At least she can be herself with her boyfriend and literal soulmate, Rigel. Whenever they're together, it's easy to forget the responsibilities that will eventually come with her new status. But when a new boy arrives at Jewel High, everything M thought she knew about herself and her future is turned upside down. Now the very destiny that lifted her from obscurity threatens to tear her away from Rigel and their happy ever after. But when two planets conspire against you, where is there to run?

Book Four of the award-winning Starstruck series, where teen romance blends with science fiction to open a whole new world of action, adventure and discovery!

©2014 Brenda Hiatt Barber (P)2016 Brenda Hiatt Barber

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This book is for young teens - Sci-Fi

What did you like best about Starcrossed? What did you like least?

This book would be appreciated by young teens - for me t was very boring.

Has Starcrossed turned you off from other books in this genre?

No - but if I new it was for teens I would not have bought it.

Do you think Starcrossed needs a follow-up book? Why or why not?

for teens - yes, for me - it would be nice to know what happens after they "Grow Up".

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A sequel that equals the original

Or greater than. It expands the universe in all the right ways while introducing more characters that provide the right amount of conflict for the budding heroine and her chosen consort to battle.

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  • 08-30-16

Great Clean Y.A Story but (pt 2)

ONLY the first two books (out of 4) are on audible at this point. I just finished the second and went to buy the next audible and there is none. FRUSTRATING

Other than that this is a very sweet and clean y.a story. Several plot holes but I am great at suspending my disbelief in order to enjoy the story. I had planned on getting all 4 audible.