Tuesday, March 28, 2017
Review: The Morcai Battalion The Rescue by Diana Palmer
Rhemun, commander of the Cehn-Tahr Holconcom, has worked tirelessly to get where he is—and he's not going to let any human drag him back down. Especially not Lt. Commander Edris Mallory, whose very presence aboard the Morcai serves as a too-painful reminder of a past tragedy he can neither forgive nor forget.
But Mallory has secrets of her own—ones she can't afford to see come to light. Frantic to protect herself, she flees, abandoning her position. When Rhemun learns of her devastating situation, he realizes the all-consuming feelings he's harbored for her may not be hatred. But in a vast universe rife with peril, is it already too late?
I have been reading Diana Palmer for many years and didn't realize until several years ago that she had written a Scifi Romance. Once I found out about them I had to search them out. They were great reads which I really liked and I was hoping that there would be more in this world. When I found she had written another book I was stoked.
This book had action, adventure, romance, and adversity and was an interesting story. There were a few things that I'd have changed if I could. I had issues with the characters particular the heroine.. She is mated to this guy and has his baby and he comes in one day and basically tells her he doesn't want her or the baby and she just goes off and leaves. I'd have tried to remove his balls but that would have exposed the plot against her and her mates marriage. But be that as it may that could be my issue since I don't like weak females. And other than this issue she is a very strong intelligent lady throughout the book. It seemed very out of character for her. The hero was so so. He definitely had issues he needed to work on. He almost let his own prejudices screw up his entire life. I really didn't care for him at all. He was just so bleh. Story line was amazing but characters was not on par with the world building.
I was given this book via Netgalley in exchange for consideration of a review and I give it 3 stars