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  • Posted July 7, 2010

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    This is a fun sort of Scottish Highlanders in outer space futuristic romantic science fiction romance

    The pirate clans live in the Channels asteroid belt. They earn a substandard existence by raiding passing ships containing precious minerals needed for the intergalactic war fought in another sector. However, the clans have their own combat going on as instead of cooperating for the overall good of everyone, they fight with one another.

    A new clan leader Dake Sureblood is a visionary who can see how teamwork would benefit everyone, but is blank as to how to proceed when no one trusts anyone from another clan; even he distrusts the other broods. Two clans the Surebloods and the Blues raid the same vessels. Dake saves the life of Valeeya Blue. Her grateful father Conn invites Dake and his kin to join forces with his clan. Already attracted to Val, Dake readily agrees. However, betrayal by opportunists causes the two clans to bicker and consider hostile actions against one another rather than teaming with Dake left in hell for five years after someone assassinated Conn. However, that traitor never counted on Dake returning to prove his innocence and claim his wife and their son as his though he knows she believes he killed her father.

    This is a fun sort of Scottish Highlanders in outer space futuristic romantic science fiction romance. The story line is fast-paced from the opening raid and never slows down as betrayal and murder keep the lead couple apart. Readers will relish the swashbuckling escapades of Dake and Valeeya as he returns to avenge his father-in-law and himself while desperately wanting his spouse at his side and to finally meet their son.

    Harriet Klausner

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  • Posted September 13, 2010

    'Nother great read!

    I read all Susan Grant's books. I mean, you gotta admire a gal who's an AF Academy Grad, USAF pilot/veteran, a 747 pilot, AND a one heck of a writer. She's brings that wealth of experience to all her books to make them sizzle with action. And the romance is every it as hot. SUPERBLOOD more than lives up to the superb work I've come to expect from Ms. Grant.

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