Star Hero

Star Hero

by Susan Grant

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940158761805
Publisher: Susan Grant
Publication date: 09/07/2017
Series: Susan Grant's Star Series , #6
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 224,037
File size: 504 KB

About the Author

When NY Times/USA Today bestselling author and Air Force veteran Susan Grant isn’t driving an 18-wheeler (a 747 jumbo jet) she loves writing romantic, action-packed stories featuring gutsy woman and honorable men. Flying to exotic places and trying every kind of food imaginable helps Susan bring her sci-fi worlds alive for readers. She is a winner of the prestigious RITA award for her book Contact, an alien abduction sci-fi romance.

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Star Hero 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Melded some of my favorite stories with a good dog story. What's not to like?
bookaholic-Kathy More than 1 year ago
Loved Star Hero. Susan Grant is one of my favorite authors. The Star series are my "keepers" that I have re-read several times. Star hero is a Keeper. It is a classic Grant story with a "damaged" hero Lukas, A heroine in a non tradional job, Carlynn (star pilot) & to top it all off their is Bang Bang, a rescue "dog", who brings them together. The story is emotional, hero is dealing with PTSD & conflict raises it's ugly head but Love pulls them thru. My only complaint was that it wasn't a full length book. A copy of this book was provided to me by the author with no expectations or requirements for a review. I voluntarily read this book and my comments here are my honest and sincere opinion!"
CL More than 1 year ago
A sweet triangulated love story within a thrilling space adventure. I have been a fan of Susan’s writing since reading The Star Series. Once again Susan Grant’s Star Hero, her newest novella, pulls the reader into an imaginative space adventure, but this time features a triangulated love story between space pilot Carlynn, space marine Lukas, and the space pet Bang-Bang. Star Hero transports the reader into space first with Bang-Bang, a yipwag, a type of space dog possessing intuitive and thinking skills. But more important, here, is that in this integrated “pet” story Susan lays the foundation for the way pets engage with humans and open doors to lessons learned and choices made. But make no mistake, Space Hero also takes the reader on a thrilling space adventure. This novella connects the dots to characters of The Star Series (a favorite read of all time) and the Vash Nadah. As always, the ungirding character development is one of Susan’s strength. I am once again spell-bound by Susan’s thoughtful literary approach of bringing into play Bang-Bang to examine the risks associated with an unfolding love story and the way our past history opens as well as cloaks the heart to direct our present and future. That said, I am eager to read this pet-rich intelligent anthology. Susan is careful to explain the acronyms used within the novella, but I would like a page outlining the acronyms placed prior to the prologue for easy reference. That said, I still give Star Hero five stars because of Susan’s skillful and imaginative writing. A copy of this book was provided to me by the author with no expectations or requirements for a review. I voluntarily read this book and my comments here are my honest and sincere opinion.