Huntress of the Star Empire Part 1 The Chase

Huntress of the Star Empire Part 1 The Chase

by Athena Grayson

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Huntress of the Star Empire Part 1 The Chase by Athena Grayson

Part 1: The Chase

Getting him into handcuffs was the easy part...keeping him out of her mind is gonna take work.

Treska Sivekka is the Huntress--the Union's most skilled bounty hunter. Her targets? The psypaths whose mental talents summoned alien attacks on the capital planet that left her body shattered and her mind a blank slate. Now the last free psypath is in her crosshairs...if only he weren't her one chance at restoring her lost memories.

Alien attacks out of nowhere left the entire system reeling, but the aftermath caused twice as much destruction to the old social orders. Psypaths like Micah Ariesis and near-humans like the Hathori people became scapegoats for inexplicable devastation...and then rebels against the repressive, reactionary government that rose from the ashes. Now the last free psypath has one chance at victory for the rebellion...but it's the last Vice Huntress who holds the key.

Fans of Star Wars and Firefly, meet your new binge-read!

Product Details

BN ID: 2940152203271
Publisher: Uncharted Worlds Media
Publication date: 06/04/2015
Series: Huntress of the Star Empire , #1
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 398,636
File size: 3 MB

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Huntress of the Star Empire Part 1 The Chase 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
LolaReviews More than 1 year ago
The Chase was a great read filled with a great story, some action, some well written sex scenes, amazing world building and great characters. I had a hard time putting this book down after I started reading and I immediately got sucked into the story. At the start it feels a bit like you're dropped in the middle of a world you know nothing about, but slowly the reader learns more about the world. The world building was done really well and the world really came alive. I quickly liked Micah, but Treska is a bit more difficult to like, which makes sense because of who she is. I can't wait to see how they both will develop over the course of the series and I am so curious what happened in Treska's past. There's a hint of possible romance between these two, but for now they are enemies with some mutual attraction. There are also parts form other point of views and this helped get a better feel for the world and the characters in it. All in all this was a great read and I hope to five into book 2 as soon as possible.