A Promise Made

A Promise Made

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by Janet Miller
     
 
Shipped off to war as soon as she'd finished medical school, Dr. Karen Masters is more curious than frightened when her ship is captured by the enemy, and she's sent to collect needed medical supplies from the enemy ship, the Promise.

Her first close encounter with a Gaian, Dr. Jeffery, is nothing like she expected.

Note: This is a re-edited version

Overview

Shipped off to war as soon as she'd finished medical school, Dr. Karen Masters is more curious than frightened when her ship is captured by the enemy, and she's sent to collect needed medical supplies from the enemy ship, the Promise.

Her first close encounter with a Gaian, Dr. Jeffery, is nothing like she expected.

Note: This is a re-edited version of the original novella.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940015084757
Publisher:
Mending The Bodices
Publication date:
08/30/2012
Series:
Gaian Stories , #2
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
565,056
File size:
283 KB

Meet the Author

During the weekday Janet Miller, sometimes better known as Cricket Starr, is a mild-mannered software engineer who writes code and design documents. But at night and on weekends she turns to the creation of offbeat stories about imaginary pasts, presents, and futures, where ladies become warriors, or go to the stars to find love, and a man really can save a struggling software company. But no matter when the story happens, or where the hero or heroine is, there will always be adventure, humor, and meaning to the tale.

Her writing has won her multiple awards, recommended reads, stars, unicorns, and hearts and even a couple of trophies that look really good on her bookshelf next to her printed books. Visit her website at:

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A Promise Made 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved the whole premise of these books. I just feel a little cheated when I pay for a novel and get a short story. It took only an hour to read. I hate short stories. If they are good I always want to read more. This story would rate 5 stars if it had been developed into a full length novel.
dreammyst More than 1 year ago
For the price it should have been more than 54 pages! Loved the other books in the series but disgusted with the over price of this one
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