Fortune's Star

Morgan Hawke


Fortune's Star

Fortune's Star

  • Title: Fortune's Star
  • Author: Morgan Hawke
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 179
  • Format: Kindle Edition



Publisher s Note This book was previously released as part of the Hard Candy anthology, which is no longer available It has not been edited for this single edition.In the heart of the Imperial Stars, past and future collide, as ghosts converge in battle for a fortune teller s soulon Port Destiny Station.Luxi Emery was perfectly happy with her position as the receptionPublisher s Note This book was previously released as part of the Hard Candy anthology, which is no longer available It has not been edited for this single edition.In the heart of the Imperial Stars, past and future collide, as ghosts converge in battle for a fortune teller s soulon Port Destiny Station.Luxi Emery was perfectly happy with her position as the receptionist for Ard Media Corp Then her hidden talent for seeing the future awakened and exposed a black mailing con artist haunted by a malevolent ghost It was a lose lose situation, and Luxi had only a single shred of hope Her future awaits on Port Destiny Station A future intertwined with Amun, the handsome diplomatic telepath, and Leto, a ghost haunted cyborg with very human carnal appetites If they can resolve a few.atetails Yet a darker future is chases Luxi they are not alone, and Leto s is not the only hungry ghost.


Recent Comments "Fortune's Star"

I originally read this in the Hard Candy anthology which is no longer available which is ok because this was the *star* of the anthology.What a lovely cover.From my old review:This anthology was worth the money just for Fortune's Star, an excellent addition to Hawke's Star series. This is a reread story for me.The Train Scene - need I say more?ETA: I'll get around to writing more of a review next time I reread it.

I do love her older stuff!

Love Morgan Hawke's books, wish she would write more. Fallen Star and Victorious Star are two of my favourite books.

Love the universe. Love Ms. Hawke's sexy aliens. Love it love it love it

2.75 *

I enjoyed the other other books in the "Interstellar Service & Discipline" series, and thought I'd give this one a try.Luxi Emery's special gifts are a burden -- now she's on the run from a shadowy threat and goes to ground at Port Destiny Station, where she meets Leto and Amun. Leto's a cyborg, but Luxi easily senses the ghost within, as well as his deep affection for Amun, whom he serves and protects. As Luxi finds herself falling for the guys, she discovers that her special talents fit in [...]

I was thrilled to have discovered a Morgan Hawke book that I haven't yet readwell, I've read it now, but at the time of discovery, obviously, this was not the case, so celebratory one-clicking ensued. Then celebratory binge-re-reading of all the Interstellar Service & Discipline books, and then I dove in to this new treasure. Or Fortune. You get what I mean. I read the crap out of it. And I savored it, because Morgan Hawke doesn't write anymore and so I knew this was my last opportunity to r [...]

This is the e-book from LooseID taken from the Hard Candy PB (which I have, lol :) )And thank goodness, I now have an individual copy of the story which sent me on those Interstellar Service & Discipline stories - this is the ONE which made IT for me!!Love Lexi, love Amun, and love Leto :) Fucking brilliant :)

I didn't really understand how this was related to the other two stories in the series, excepting that they both took place in space in the future, most especially since it involved talents that had not previously appeared in the other stories and the species who had were noticeably absent. Also, I found it very hard to understand what was going on plot-wise, and I found it difficult to follow all the connections between the characters.

Over all, this was readable if not revolutionary. It seems a bit different than some of the others in this series, and because of that I was hoping would suffer less from consent issues. I was wrong. The trope of the happy slave/indentured servant is also quite common to this series, but the characters seem too flat in many ways for this to truly be much more than Stockholm.

Not as good as the first three books in this series.


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