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Starfighter Training Academy. It was just a game. The newest, hottest video game release of the year. Choose a role. Build the perfect hero who joins you on missions to save the Vega star system from the evil Queen Raya and her merciless Dark Fleet.
Play for hours? Check.
Obsess over the in-game romance between your avatar and the sexiest alien you've ever seen? Check.
Win? Beat the heck out of the game? Check and check.
Open your door at 3:00 in the morning to find that smoking hot alien you thought you made up in your head standing there? Um... okay.
Wake up on the other side of the galaxy with that same alien insisting you're his... and that you haven't been playing a video game, but completed the training program to become the first Starfighter from Earth?
Beginning of the book hard to get started. I thought it picked up more of story 1/4 into book. I enjoyed characters. Will read the next books in series.
This book was just okay. I won’t continue the series. Characters and storyline were not as good as other series by the author.
Interesting premise, if not original, to this series!
I love the idea of this new series. That the Starfighters didn't quite realize just how real the battles they fought through were. That once they'd "won" the REAL battles would begin.
I really like the "girl power" of Jamie and her gamer friends--it was a nice spin. And I really like Alex too. But the whole time I spent reading, I had a feeling of deja vu. And that was due to the fact that I'd already seen the movie with the same name.
I'm hoping there's a bit more originality in the next one in the series.