Star Flyer

Star Flyer

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by Bonnie Dee
     
 

Two men on trajectory for an explosive collision…

Still mourning the loss of his lover to invading forces, Marr Hingo operates his farm under a dictatorship while keeping his mind—and feet—planted firmly on the ground. Spring arrives right on schedule, bringing with it something completely unexpected—an unconscious pilot

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Two men on trajectory for an explosive collision…

Still mourning the loss of his lover to invading forces, Marr Hingo operates his farm under a dictatorship while keeping his mind—and feet—planted firmly on the ground. Spring arrives right on schedule, bringing with it something completely unexpected—an unconscious pilot from a downed star jet. Unable to bring himself to give up the handsome aviator to searching troops, Marr hides him in the barn’s cellar.

The last thing Davan Siedel remembers before ejecting is getting in a couple of good blasts against a Galactic Forces F150. He wakes to find his vague memory of being carried by an angel wasn’t far off the mark. A tall, dark-haired, dark-eyed farmer has brought him to safety and is tending his injured leg.

The attraction between solid, earthy Marr and clever, quicksilver Davan catches them off guard—and their sexual union is as sweet as it is powerful. Yet the longer Davan lingers, the tighter the enemy’s web grows, threatening their love, their freedom…and their lives.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781605046730
Publisher:
Samhain Publishing, Ltd.
Publication date:
10/06/2009
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
141
Sales rank:
901,776
File size:
666 KB

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Star Flyer 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Anonymous 4 months ago
Loved the book, hated the cover. The cover makes this look like some tawdry sex tale. Well, yes, there is very hot M/M sex in the book but it is so much more. Set on other worlds, this tale of Marr and Davan caught in an intergalactic war is much more homey and "earth" bound than one would think. The farm setting makes the reader comfortable with the story. For readers who are not into sci-fi, don't worry. This could easily have taken places in any war on earth and be the same story, grounded in humanity and love. The author creates a real sense of loss for Marr and of yearning for both he and Davan. Toss in a friendly, talkative neighbor and a slimy operative for the opposing forces, and the conflicts come to life. Dee seems to excel at animal birthing scenes, so like an earlier novel of hers I read this one has a very realistic scene of an animal giving birth. I've no clue what the animal actually is or looks like but it reminded me of a sheep. There is just enough excitement and sci-fi references to keep the story moving along, although I finished it far too soon and was sad it was over. Marr and Davan (cool names - another Dee speciality) were enjoyable to hang out with for a while. Definitely give this book a try and don't let the cover dissuade you. There is good, solid writing here and a warm and yet exciting tale.
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