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The Scarlet Empress (2176 #5)

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Shot down over Korea, modern-day U.S.A.F. fighter pilot Cameron “Scarlet” Tucker is put in bio-stasis. She wakes 170 years later to find her best friend survived, tooâ��the “legendary” Banzai Maguire is being held for treason in the country that was once her beloved United States. Cam has her own problems. She’s in the masterful hands of Kyber, the emperor prince whom Ban

Mass Market Paperback, 356 pages
Published December 7th 2004 by Love Spell
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The Scarlet Empress - 2176, Bk 5 by Susan Grant

Cameron "Scarlet" Tucker U.S.A.F. fighter pilot shot down over Korea then put into stasis for 170 years. the first thing she wants to know is where is her best friend Banzai Maguire. She is being cared for on a small farm in Mongolia and has been told the the rest of the world has been laided waste in nuclear war and to hide from Rim Riders.

Kyber, the emperor prince goes to Mongolia in his disguise as Rim Rider "Kublai" goes to Mongolia and takes C...more
Tara van Beurden
This was the final of the 2176 books and again was written by Grant. Like Grant’s other piece in this series, the first book, this one suffered with the problems that being a final book in a series has: being the wrap up and all that entails. The story itself, about the Emperor Prince of Asia (again) and Banzai Maguire’s best friend, who was also put in stasis for 170 years. Of course, this time, our Asian Emperor is in luck and the best friend, Cam returns his feelings, so our little circle is...more
I did not like that Bree had so much of the book for herself. I actually would have liked the story to be told from the POVs of the characters I had assumed were the main focus of the book. The series is basically The Bree Show. And I didn't like, or know, the character well enough to be happy about this. The only other book of this series I read was The Power of Two by O'Shea, which I thought as pretty good. So I wasn't too familiar with Bree, but we do get plenty of backstory explanations, so...more
Chadwick Saxelid
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#5 (and final book) in the futuristic action/romance "2176" series

Four different authors in this 5 book series

Susan Grant, a favorite author of mine, winds up the series in the year 2176 with an exciting, action-packed finale.

I thoroughly enjoyed the imaginative locations, futuristic governments, or what passed as governments in this series. Each story, romantic couple, setting & detals were so unique - great job, authors!

Hooray for all five strong, intelligent, capable heroines we met in th...more
Beenee Reads
This entire series was awe inspiring. I loved that the characters were believable and that Kyber got his HEA with Cam.
The 5 books in this series each had strong lead characters that suffered and lived like everyone else and it made the fight towards freedom that much better.

This last book was probably my favorite just because I liked the interaction between Kyber and Cam, they are just the cutest couple ever!
Book #5 in the 2176 Series and to my knowledge, this ended the series. Book #1 was written by this author, too, but the others in the series are written by different authors. Cam finally got her story!

This was a nice read!
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I'm a US Air Force veteran, jet pilot, a RITA award winning, best-selling author, and mom.

If “Dad” were a science fiction story and “Mom” were a romance novel and they had kids, that’s what my books would be, hybrids of two fiction genres, science fiction and romance. I've been combining the two since the late 1990s, before anyone called it sci fi romance and deemed it a "new" niche genre, back w...more
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