Damion wants off mars where he was born and grew up. 47 is the Core Machine/man that picks Damion as his partner after killing his last three...
First off, it was odd when the point of view changed with the names above it. Why? That was so strange that it makes me think it may be an editing or format mistake, therefore I’m not taking any stars off for it.
Damion is a fantastic character. I learned about this world along with him and found it intoxicating. 47 is also a great character. He’s more technical, cold at the beginning, which fit the persona of a machine/man perfectly. I love how he grows as the story progresses. Even the secondary characters like Juni feel real. The action is intense and entertaining. Who doesn’t love a spaceship fight?! The world this author creates is huge and very detailed. It is fun falling into it and being swept up. It is on the heavy side of science fiction but bear with it because the story is so worth the read. The romance is slow going but not in a bad way. It’s a slow burn that turns into a roaring fire. Sexy, sweet and perfect!
This was absolutely 5 stars until I got to the ending. To be continued! In the middle of a huge space fight, bombs about to go off, insane twists and to be continued. I am not very happy with that. I wish there was a warning in big flashing red letters. However, this book is a must read!