Tamzea, a Mazatimz healer, found a home as part of the crew on the starship The Pittsburgh. But when a part of her past crashes into her present, she’s forced to face the uncertainty of her future. Dragged back to a place Tamzea had hoped to leave in her worst nightmares, she discovers Eron, a man she thought dead. Determined to save each other, Tamzea and Eron must find a way to work together, despite their torrid past. With partial truths, and political games, will Tamzea be able to fix Eron, or is he too broken for even her to heal?
Shan MC –
Book 2 in the Starblind series. It’s not necessary to read the first book, but I think it’s better too. Same characters from the first book, but different POV. There are sexual situations. I listened to the audiobook, and the narrator did a good job. It’s the same narrator as the first book, I do think the narrator was suited better for Jane’s POV from the first book, but I enjoyed the overall listening experience.
This book is with the same starship crew, but this book is in Tamzea’s POV. I love Tamzea’s story! I actually loved this book more than the first book. Tamzea and her mate, Eron, were captured and tortured. Tamzea escapes, but she believes Eron is dead. It has been years and Tamzea has been working on a starship, she comes across some information that Eron may be alive, so she sets out to discover the truth. I love the Sci-Fi aspect. It’s a fun space adventure! Interesting and entertaining story! I love the connection between Tamzea and Eron, and I like the direction the story goes. Loved seeing the other crew as well, and I really enjoy the humor. I do wish that sometimes the characters were more serious when the situation is serious. Overall, I’m loving this series, I’m excited to see more of these characters!
The Book Junkie Reads Miley –
Tameza and Eron have a connection and more
The first read was not really needed to follow the second follow-up. Jane and crew makes appearances, but it was not the soul of the story. This time around we find that it a pair of Mazatimz that capture our attention. Tamzea was a healer by nature. She had heartbreak in her past. She had nightmares. And she missed Eron so much. She felt his loss to her soul. I found this one to be a different view on a world(s) of various beings. At the same time I found it to be similar to the fact there will always be one that feel superior and feel its their right to squash out others.
Narrator review. . . I am sure this would not be what anyone wants to hear of their work but for me Ashely did not provide enough of a various from book one’s narration. I felt her voice was more suited to Jane. I also felt that the feminine voices were a bit too similar. I felt the male voice had not real distinction. Some of the other audio quality issues that were present in book one’s audio seem to have been addressed in this recording. I find that for me this was much more pleasing at a higher speed rate.