Review and Tears! Blood Broken by Lindsay J. Pryor
May 20, 2019
Cover Reveal! - Deep Blue by Jane O'Reilly
April 27, 2018
I love sharing pretties, especially when it means I'll be getting to see the inside soon too. I absolutely loved Blue Shift by Jane O'Reilly, so I'm really excited about Deep Blue, book two in The Second Species Trilogy.
Date: 27th September 2188. Vessel: The Alcatraz 2. Prison Ship Location: UNKNOWN
Jinnifer Blue opens her eyes to find herself in a ship that is the source of her darkest nightmares. Her plan to expose the horrific truth behind the government's secret Second Species programme has failed, and now she's being turned into a weapon by her worst enemy . . . her mother.
At the other end of the galaxy Caspian Dax, ferocious space pirate and Jinn's sometime lover, is facing an even more terrifying fate. He's being forced to fight in the arena on Sittan, a pitiless, ruthless alien landscape where blood is the only prize that matters. They will use him, destroy him, change him.
Jinn has only one chance - to go to Sittan and find Dax before his mind is completely destroyed. She must rely on her friends and one old enemy, leave her beloved ship the Mutant behind, and travel to a hostile planet. But hardest of all, she must keep faith that when she finds Dax, there will be something left of the man she knew.
One thing's for sure: the fight has only just begun.
If you want to catch up with book one in the series you can find all the info about Blue Shift here. Seriously, you should get your sci-fi fix with this fab series.
About Jane O'Reilly
Jane O'Reilly was born in Bradford, a smallish town in Yorkshire best known for David Hockney and curry. Despite liking both of these things, she left the town in the late 1990's to go to university and moved around a bit before eventually settling in another smallish town much closer to London. She started writing when her youngest child was eleven months old as an antidote to kid's TV. Several manuscripts later, she finally wrote one that sold, and went on to write numerous contemporary and erotic romances for Harlequin. But her heart had been lost to a space pirate in an Odeon cinema in 1983, and thirty years later she decided to put that unrequited love into a book. For those of you who haven't already guessed, the film was Return of the Jedi, the pirate was Han Solo, and the book was Blue Shift.