Love thy Galactic Enemy

Pub Date:   |   Archive Date: 30 Sep 2019

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I enjoyed this book thoroughly. I hadn't read the previous books in the series but it wasn't required. I understood what was going on and any mention of the past books were said in a way that provided information and didn't make me realize there was a past (found out at the end when it listed the three previous books). Edward introduced the characters well and made me fully entrenched in what happened next to them. So glad I read this.
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A pretty good sci-fi romance with a splendid storyline and good characters. Enjoyed it a lot. Thanks!
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Interesting. I had a little trouble getting into it at first but the book turned into a good read and I enjoyed it.
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Not my cuppa...too much telling, slow pace, just....couldn’t....do....it. Maybe because this is the fourth book in the series? Not sure but just couldn’t keep me entertained/engaged with the story or characters. 



Thank you NetGalley and Edward Hoornaert for an advance reader copy in exchange for an honest review.
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I have been enjoying all Edward Hoornaert's sci-fi romances.  I grew up reading classic sci-fi and adding this touch of romance makes these books so much fun.  Looking forward to more!
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Minta and Finn are in a slow burn relationship.  Both have secrets.  That leads to a interesting story line with a lot of tension between the two.  A good romance and a good addition to the series.
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Minta is left stranded after her people leave the planet. She has information planted in her brain that could mean her life! Finn is the hero that comes into her life when he is sick and she cares for him. Can they fight off beings trying to take Minta? Together can the find love? 

I read this book as an arc from NetGalley
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This one was a tough one for me to decide on - on the one hand, I love sci fi romance, and the story was very intriguing.  On the other hand, the writing style was not working for me AT ALL.  It felt a bit disjointed, difficult to follow, and I thought the attempt at conveying accents through dialogue made it more difficult to read.  The romance was also very lackluster.  With it being such a large part of the storyline, I was expecting there to be more development between the hero and heroine's relationship.  Instead, it seemed more like insta-lust, and while they didn't act on it right away, it still felt weird.  Somewhat forced.  And then it all came to a screeching halt when Araminta allowed another man to grope and kiss her, even though she really did not need his help.  It didn't make any sense to me in the storyline.  And then she went all damsel in distress and boinked Finn, as if that would make up for what she did.  And THEN she lied to him. Again.

Unfortunately, this book just didn't make it for me in my list of sci fi romance to recommend.  I think more emphasis needs to be on worldbuilding, so the way the characters talk and act don't feel so foreign to the reader, and the romance needs to be more developed over time to make more sense.
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