Author: MB Panichi
Publisher: Bella Books
Cover Artist: KIARO Creative LTD
Rating: 5 of 5 Stars
Publication Date: 05/12/2014
Length: Novel (~ 50K-100K)
Genre: Action/Adventure, Drama, Fantasy, Lesbian, Lesbian Romance, Romance, Science Fiction
They escaped a murderous plot with their lives, but the danger surrounding former Special Operative Shaine Wendt and long-lost heiress Morgan Rahn is only beginning.
At first the worst of their problems seems to be the endless media curiosity that follows them from Earth to Moon Base and back again. An assignment to Mars allows them to hide, but a mining accident leaves Morgan injured and Shaine convinced it’s sabotage. Her prime suspects are from the colony of religious extremists not far from the site.
Shaine’s investigation uncovers the seething malice that she expected—and then something far worse. All they both want is a place to call home, but if they turn their backs will anyone be safe?
I loved this book!
Running Toward Home is a sequel to Saving Morgan but it is a wonderful stand alone as well. I read this book first but I am going to get Saving Morgan tonight and I KNOW it will be even more intense! I can not wait to read it!
This story was so good! There was a great balance of tension and drama along with happy, loving peaceful times. More than once I found myself nervously fidgeting on the edge of the couch wondering what was going to happen next, will these women be alright as they find themselves in precarious situations again and again…
I was so totally drawn into the story. I hated to put the book down even for a minute. I was just so caught up in this wonderfully written book. Ms. Panichi really knows how to write!
I loved these characters so much. I like how Ms. Panichi takes the story to different settings in the galaxy. We get to see how life for these fascinating women changes with each new setting. There was a lot of detail that drew me deeper into this tale making it more real and exciting.
I would LOVE to see a follow up book including more of Friday’s growth as she finds her place in the world with her new family.
This review is based on a copy purchased by the reviewer independent of any review copies offered.
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