Saturday, July 9, 2016

Review for Daylight (Girl From The Stars Book 2) by Cheree Alsop


Liora Day’s fate entwined with the crew the day she joined the SS Kratos. Fleeing the Coalition in their attempt to destroy the Omne Occasus before it falls into the wrong hands, the captain and crew band together to save not only their ship, but the fate of the Macrocosm against those who would use the machine for harm. Liora’s heart is caught by Tariq, the damaged, brooding medical officer, but his past is entwined with hers in a way that makes a relationship nearly impossible. 
Despite their acceptance, Liora’s presence endangers the ship, the crew, and everyone she meets. She must confront both the demons of her youth and the dangers of running from the Coalition in her fight to save not only the galaxy, but also what is left of her heart.

The second book in this series is even better than the first! More adventure, a little hint at some romance, and more surprises around every corner! Liora continues to amaze me with her awesome abilities, but I also feel sorry for her in a way because of how everyone views her. She is dangerous and a weapon, and most of the people in these books have a hard time seeing past that exterior to the part of her that has retained her humanity. So unlike full blood Damaclans, she has empathy and anger and she displays it when someone she cares about is threatened or hurt. I am totally rooting for her and Tariq. Who couldn't when he is as much of a tortured soul as she is in ways? They both need some healing and are good for each other. As for the ending, I totally did not see that coming!!
5 out of 5 stars!



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