Starflight by Melissa Landers


Starlight by Melissa Landers is a story about Doran and Solara. They are soon forced to become allies after a series of circumstances leading them to team up with a different group of people and all are running from something from their pasts. This mixed-up group of people along with a rundown old ship that is ready for a junk yard instead of being in service. I feel that Solara and Doran’s romance was much fun and even crazy at times because their hate at the beginning of the book is completely genuine. Doran is a spoiled rich kid making Solara hard to trust him let alone like him. Throughout this book, they deal with space pirates, crazy humans and over controlling parents which makes the bond they share even tighter. I feel that this book is not really action packed and is more of a love story set on a space ship. I did feel that I never could guess what would happen next. This book is a good read, you can get your copy HERE.

(from Solara Brooks needs a fresh start, someplace where nobody cares about the engine grease beneath her fingernails or the felony tattoos across her knuckles. The outer realm may be lawless, but it’s not like the law has ever been on her side. Still, off-world travel doesn’t come cheap; Solara is left with no choice but to indenture herself in exchange for passage to the outer realm. She just wishes it could have been to anyone besides Doran Spaulding, the rich, pretty-boy quarterback who made her life miserable in school. The tables suddenly turn when Doran is framed for conspiracy on Earth, and Solara cons him into playing the role of her servant on board the Banshee, a ship manned by an eccentric crew with their own secrets. Given the price on both Doran and Solara’s heads, it may just be the safest place in the universe. It’s been a long time since Solara has believed in anyone, and Doran is the last person she expected to trust. But when the Banshee’s dangerous enemies catch up with them, Solara and Doran must come together to protect the ship that has become their home-and the eccentric crew that feels like family.
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