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Rogue (Cat Star Chronicles Series #3)

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2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

The third Cat Star Chronicles science fiction romance is a terrific character driven thriller

Queen Scalia of the remote planet Darconia hires Upper Sandusky, Ohio resident Kyra Aramis to teach her daughter Princess Zealon to play the piano. The Queen assigns slave Tycharian to cater to whatever the earthling needs while she stays on the arid reptile dominated ...
Queen Scalia of the remote planet Darconia hires Upper Sandusky, Ohio resident Kyra Aramis to teach her daughter Princess Zealon to play the piano. The Queen assigns slave Tycharian to cater to whatever the earthling needs while she stays on the arid reptile dominated world.

Ty informs his "mistress" that he comes from the destroyed planet Zetith, and Scalia saved him and his brother Trag when she bought them at a slave auction. He also tells her he can smell her "scent of desire". As they begin to fall in love, Trag becomes jealous while Ty turns possessive and Kara confused. However, there are bigger issues on the planet as some of the more traditionalist reptiles object to the Queen's efforts to assimilate their world into the greater galaxy starting with the piano teacher and subsequently a McDonald's.

The third Cat Star Chronicles science fiction romance (see WARRIOR and SLAVE; neither read by me) is a terrific character driven thriller as the piano teacher and the slave fall in love on a third world. The story line is fast-paced from the moment Trag introduces himself to his "scent of desire" and never slows down as plots against the Queen balance nicely with the romance. Fans will enjoy ROGUE and look forward to Trag's thriller as he wants what his brother got, his own "scent of desire" and some more daring readers would also like a certain assertive female reptile's tale told.

Harriet Klausner

posted by harstan on February 21, 2009

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2 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

Um....

So I heard the reviews on the series and due to the positive reviews made the worst mistake ever and bought slave, warrior, and rogue all at the same time, thankfully outcast wasnt in stock. after reading the first one I was very disappointed. In the begining I thought ...
So I heard the reviews on the series and due to the positive reviews made the worst mistake ever and bought slave, warrior, and rogue all at the same time, thankfully outcast wasnt in stock. after reading the first one I was very disappointed. In the begining I thought the writing would become more engaging but I literally had to force myself to read each page as I went on. I like the concept of the unique Zetithian male species but really the charcters were lacking, the plot was barely ok, and the romance and and sexual scenes were very repititive throughout the series and fell short of creating any real fire. I constantly felt like the writer went off into tangents when writing this, and basically the writing style was just not up to par, and ruined the whole story, I really think each story had potential just for the simple fact that the universe they were set in was interesting but when it came down to writing these stories Brooks didnt deliver at all. The writing was very amateur and hopefully with a lot of practice Brooks can learn to write in a way that capitivates her reading audience.

posted by Young_Avid_Reader_89 on June 8, 2009

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