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Luminous Nights (I-Marshal Stories)

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4.88 of 5 stars 4.88  ·  rating details  ·  8 ratings  ·  4 reviews
Cop or convict? How many faces can one man own?

An assassin wearing a holographic mask and a prison tattoo boards Rachel’s freighter during a prison riot. He is intent on recovering gadgets, which are capable of changing a man’s identity, from the black-market gang who'd stolen them. She’s not sure of Jack's identity nor his goal, but he claims to be an Alliance I-Marshal....more
Kindle Edition, 350 pages
Published (first published August 24th 2010)
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Dahlia (yadkny)
Dec 31, 2010 Dahlia (yadkny) rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Sci-Fi Lovers
Recommended to Dahlia by: Michele Hart
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All I can say about this book is... WOW! This is one of those stories that will stay with me for a lifetime. I can't even begin to put into words how truly awesome this book is. The plot and characters are completely engaging and I fell in love with a dog and a little blue boy the minute I was introduced to them and they weren't even the main characters. The hero of this story completely captured me and I can't say that I've met any fictional hero that even comes close to him. He is the embodime...more
Gale Stanley
A sensual and exciting read!
LynnMarie
Ren's Review

A digital mask that can change your identity? Check.
A genetically engineered dog as your first mate? Check.
High intrigue and intergalactic adventure? Double check.

Rachel Waters is the captain of the Caprice, a small freight ship that unwittingly picks up the nefarious Jack Luminous, the legendary I-Marshal, during an illegal transfer on the prison orbit of Null. She is convinced that her new passenger is not who he claims to be. Jet is her dog, a genetically enhanced hound that spea...more
Miki
This book could also be qualified as a suspense romance, yes it’s in the space and another planet so without doubt science-fiction romance but the suspense it’s also a major part of the plot. It’s another subgenre that I appreciate so for me it was great but I could understand that for some it could be a deterrent at first.
Now the suspense is strong and you wonder who is jack until the end, how I was sure he was a cop yes but real identity that wasn’t so easy. However, the romance is also there...more
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A New Futuristic Fantasy From Michele Hart - Sequel To LUMINOUS NIGHTS 1 2 Jun 12, 2011 08:26AM  
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Shadow, risk, and mystery.
Can I interest you in a sssexy and dangerous shape-shifter escaped from a prison-planet for your autumn affair? How about a brawler with a badge who can read your thoughts? Imagine yourself trapped on a space station with your high-school crush and only hours to live. Find me when you’re ready for a risky mind-control adventure battling the CIA. Feel like fighting the M...more
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