I couldn't put this one down.
Unraveled was OK. It started off fine, but Rayce's prejudice against the Majj got old fast. Tru was a nice heroine who grew as the story progressed. They were cute together, but I thought their romance was a bit sappy. This story wasn't as entertaining as Unearthed.
I enjoyed this books. The storyline moves along very well and there is a lot of action.
excellent futuristic romance series. Loosely tied together, they don't need to be read in any order but this is the 2nd in the series
Paranormal/science fiction/romance. #2 in C.J. Barry's Un-whatever series. This is the first of the series I have read, and very much enjoyed it on its own. I got #1 and #3 through PBS and will post them when I finish them.
I agree with the reviewers in the book. C J Barry is a great voice in furistic romance. I proabably would not have gotten interested in reading other types of romance if not for C J Barry. This book takes you on a quest all around the universe but also within one's self to find discovery. Great read.
From the back cover:
To continue her fathers lifes quest, Tru Van Dyke had to leave the insular colony of Majj scientist where she was raised. She had to find Rayce Coburne. Yet the virtual-reality program she acquired to gird herself against the mans touch his innuendoes, his alien maleness was for naught his presence overwhelmed her. With Rayce, all Trus clever plans, her control, everything she hew was coming
thats how Rayce Coburne felt. Hes tried to give up treasure acquisition. It wasnt the danger that put him off; he despised dealing with icy customers like the Majj. And Tru Van Dyke was worse than the usual a prissy woman who would blackmail his with al his hopes and dreams. Still, while she was smarter than he, there was a way he could fight back: a kiss. A kiss a day was perfect strategy. Unless the spinning he felt inside was Tru unwrapping his heart.
To continue her father's life quest, Tru Van Dye had to leave the insular colony of Majj scientists where she was raised.