Tuesday, April 28, 2015

3013:Targeted by Susan Hayes

Title: 3013: Target
Series:  3012: The Series, 7
Author: Susan Hayes
Publisher:  Black Scroll Publications
Genre: MfM, futuristic scifi
Pages: 180
Reviewer: Redz

Publisher’s Blurb
Alliance Commanders Brandt Carver and Hawke Summers have a new mission. Take command of Space Station: Alpha X2, get it running smoothly again, and find out how the last station commander wound up murdered in the middle of a Krytos sanctuary. The two Elites are experienced trouble-shooters, specializing in fixing problems and putting out fires all over the galaxy, but this assignment is going to be the greatest challenge of their careers.

T’karra Ryvern runs the Black Hole bar, the Krytos sanctuary on X2. The bar is the only home she’s ever known and a safe haven for the Krytos who lost their planet to alien invaders more than a century ago. A proud warrior and pack leader, she offers protection to those who need it, but now someone has targeted T’karra and her family. With everything she loves in danger, she’ll do whatever it takes to end the threat. Even if it means working with two men she has no reason to trust.

The Commanders will do whatever it takes to protect T’karra, while convincing her that the three of them belong together. Will they uncover the truth in time to stop the attacks, or will they lose their chance at love when one of them becomes the enemy’s final target?

3013:Targeted by Susan Hayes is a great addition to the 3013:The Series books.  I love how she brings strong characters and great story telling together to make an unforgettable read.
Hawke Summers isn’t very diplomatic, he isn’t a fan of small spaces and been known to play mercenary between jobs.  He has the flair for the dramatic. Maverick personality. 
Brandt is Hawke’s brother of the heart. They are very close friends. He wants to settle down, have a family.  He is organized the administrative type. The perfect foil to Hawke’s more impulsive personality.  He wants something for them, not just a pay check but a life.
T’Karra she owns her own bar, aptly named The Black Hole.  She has a great rep for great food and service. She is a tough as nails girl who does not take crap from anyone.
I really liked T’Karra a lot she is strong yet vulnerable. She really needs the two men in her life as much as they will turn out needing her too.  I liked that balance of power in the book. Made all three essential characters.
Over all this has a lot of story inside this book as well as a hot hot hot romance that will keep you turning the pages.  This book is part of a series but can be read as a standalone without too much trouble.
If you like ménage, romance, and great space stories this series is the one to pick up. You will find someone to fall in love with for sure, I know I did.  

                                         Five Shooting Stars 

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