What would you do if Earth didn’t have enough men?
Would you take a chance and leave the only world you knew behind?
This is the decision Faith Reid faces. Placing all her hope in a new government program, she seizes the opportunity that offers a chance for the women of Earth to find love among the stars, on a world beyond the one they know.
How many times can one man risk rejection?
Would you give up on your dreams?
Torkel Alonson has had enough of being ignored and looked over by females on his adopted home world of Enotia. His pride has suffered and he must accept the painful truth. Females will never choose a male with his evil lineage despite his honorable service to his government’s military.
Can two people looking for the same thing find not just what they want but what they need in one another?
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Love this story
Despite some of the reviews, I'm actually happy I decided to go forward with this book. I really enjoyed the story. Page turner for me. Faith/ Faye was very naive. Both she and Torkel had to learn to trust. Good lesson. They had a very strong love. Lots and lots of excitement. I'm hoping for a good resolution for Lindsey. She was too happy, but strong, to endure what she's had to. I will admit I was angry with Faye, but soon realized her naivety. Life lessons can be hard. Love the writing style of Michelle Howard. This is not my first book by her and definitely will not be my last. She always takes me along for her adventures. Highly recommend.
I despise stupid people who try to justify bad decisions with emotion and tears. This book just ticked me off.
Faith has no situational awareness. No sense of self. No common sense and a naivety bordering on clinically insane. She despises herself enough to want to change her identity from Faith to Faye and start over as someone else, but she’s still the same out-of-touch airhead she was before leaving earth; changing her name isn’t going to help that.
How do people like this function on a daily basis? They aren’t even aware enough to know that others continually have to pick up the slack for them. Whatever happened to smart, savvy, resourceful heroines who don’t make you want to hate a fictional character, It is ridiculously asinine and I won’t bother to read any more of the series.