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Operation Starseed

3.59 of 5 stars 3.59  ·  rating details  ·  27 ratings  ·  3 reviews
Neal James is a space station navigator whose lover, Dylan Teague, left him for a starmapping mission. But when Dylan radios in a distant signal one night, Neal discovers that he hasn't managed to put the relationship behind him in the two months they've been apart. When he's one of the crew members sent to investigate the signal, he finds that his ex-lover feels the same. ...more
Paperback, 236 pages
Published October 14th 2008 by JMS Books LLC (first published March 27th 2002)
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Sarah Sammis
Operation Starseed was JM Snyder's first novel and the third one I've read. It is set in space, both on a station and on a distant colony world. It's part romance and part social commentary and all space opera.

Neal James works as a radio operator taking in calls from passing ships and relaying their messages as needed. The one voice he doesn't expect to hear is his ex, Dylan Teague. To further complicate things Dylan and Neal end up assigned to the same mission to check out radio signals from a
Neal James is a navigator on a ship out in the far reaches of space. It's been two months since his ex-lover Dylan Teague left on a two year starmapping mission. For the first time since they were separated Neal is the one on duty when Dylan calls in. Dylan's ship has intercepted a transmission in Morse code apparently sent as a welcome message for travelers in this distant part of space.

While Neal at first doesn't share Dylan's belief that the signal is from a colonizing ship lost in space over
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An author of gay erotic/romantic fiction, J.M. Snyder began in self-publishing and worked with Amber Allure, Aspen Mountain, eXcessica, and Torquere Presses.

Snyder's highly erotic short gay fiction has been published online at Amazon Shorts, Eros Monthly, Ruthie's Club, and Tit-Elation, as well as in anthologies by Alyson Books, Aspen Mountain, Cleis Press, eXcessica Publishing, Lethe Press, and R
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