On the brink of civil war, the Torrian Alliance continues with its mission to obliterate Star-children across the universe in order to suppress an intergalactic evil. Following the recommendations of his council, King Gregorio Derry reluctantly agrees to send his only son William on a mission to restore honor to his family name. William seeks to complete his assignment, the elimination of a Star-child named Sydney on planet Earth, but when the assassination is delayed he begins to realize an emotional connection with his target. With conspiracy threatening his home planet, and a hidden menace on Earth seeking to secure a vested interest, William finds himself torn between irrevocable duty and sacrificing everything he stands for to defend Sydney. As William and Sydney struggle to overcome their impossible circumstances, they start to wonder if the connection of two Star-Crossed lovers will be enough to save them from certain doom.
- The story was original, I have never read anything like it and was intrigued on where the story was going to go.
- I enjoyed both the main characters, William and Sydney. I enjoyed their chemistry and personalities. Sydney was funny, kind and caring. William was strong, but gentle at the same time.
- I always love the Romeo & Juliet feel to stories, loving your enemy, crossing racism and discrimination. The world needs to come together and love each other, so I always love story lines like this J World peace, everyone.
- The writing was really well-done. Although I have to admit, complex at times, it was good. I thought even his writing on really intriguing when he was writing from Sydney’s POV.
- Sometimes the jargon was over my head, especially with space and space ship talk.
- There were a few points, especially toward the end I felt the book got a little long-winded. I really wanted the action and to know the outcome quickly. I just might not have been in the right mood either and read it impatiently.
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