Heart Of Eon
Okay, maybe hijacking an alien commander’s warship wasn’t her best idea…
Genius computer geek Wren Traynor prefers her high-tech comp lab to socializing with people, and she definitely prefers it over crawling through the bowels of the huge Eon warship she’s hijacked. When Earth’s Space Corps blackmails her into this deadly mission, Wren will do anything to help her...more
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Here we move onto Wren, the baby sisters, to Lara and Eve. Wren is not a warrior/soldier like her sisters. She’s a computer wiz/hacker in the family. That doesn’t stop Earth’s Corp from blackmailing her too and having her steal an Eon Warship full of Eon Warriors.
Wren is brave, bright, and a woman with heart. She’s doesn't kick ass like her sisters, but she can do things with a computer that most can’t.
Malax, War Commander ...more
I was so looking forward to getting to read Wrens book as the idea of a computer geek hiding out onboard a space cruiser and taking control of its systems sounded absolutely preposterous and yet so very intriguing. This is actually quite a fun read and frequently had me smiling. Wren might not be all toned and kick ass but she's bright, brave and a woman with lots of heart. She will do anything for her sisters even if that means taking on an alien War Commander.
Malax needs back ...more
I loved their banter the most. Wren was one badass! She single handedly hijacked one of the eon battleship and created havoc with the warrior crew for a week. She also saved hero many times. And He was an outward grumpy- inwards softie warrior.
The actions scenes and epilogue was very good! Anxiously waiting to see what happens next.
Although I have been rather critical of the first two installments of the Eon Warriors for various reasons, amongst them the close resemblance of the set-up and backstory to that of Anna Carven’s Dark Planet Warriors and the repetetiveness with regard to some plot elements (particularly in book 2, Touch of Eon), I still felt a strong compulsion to get my hands on this story. Either because I am the world’s worst masochist or maybe ...more
Rating: 3 stars - it was good
Wren Traynor would do anything to save her sisters, including hijacking an elite Eon warship and all of it crew. But when the evil Kantos attack, Wren is forced to team up with the War Commander she's hijacked in order to protect their ship and crew.
Heart of Eon was a fun read with plenty of action and a hot romance. The Eon Warrior series hasn't been my favorite and I can't quite put my finger on why but they're still an easy read. I really ...more
It is the perfect action-packed-big-protector-sassy-heroine read.
Mrs Anna Hackett has created a great couple with Malax as the perfect champion, never he tried to overpower Wren even when she turned his ship upside-down. He guards and defends even against herself, plus he does not fight his feelings when he understands what they meant.
Wren is like I do prefer my heroine, ...more
Malax is a cool guy and treats Wren wonderfully. There are no stupid misunderstandings. He has a job to do, and distraction could endanger the lives of others.
Excellent action and love scenes. The AI character is delightful, and the way she and Wren interact to be effective during action scenes is well-done. Wren might not be a physical badass, but she has weapons of her own, and plenty of ingenuity.
I received a review ...more
P. S. Poor Brack, he's the next!
Best series by Anna Hackett ever. Great universe building, great characters, creepy bad aliens. This was another great book in the series. I’m somewhat sad that eve, Lara and wren’s stories are done, but I’m already impatient to read the next two.
Heart of Eon is the third book in Anna Hackett’s marvelous space opera romance Eon Warriors series. It also feels like it wraps up what I sincerely hope is just the first arc of the series, as these first stories have featured the Traynor sisters, Eve in Edge of Eon, Lara in Touch or Eon, and now Wren in Heart of Eon.
The Traynor sisters were manipulated and coerced by the Terran Space Corps to conduct extremely covert and highly illegal missions in Eon ...more
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I was hooked on this story before I even got my eager little mitts on the book.....
And you want to know why, don't you? Like most of Anna Hackett's stories, it began in the previous book. My mouth watering and anticipation rising I've been on tenterhooks waiting for 'Heart of Eon', the third book in the new Eon Warriors series to come out. It was everything I expected, and more, and I expect a lot from the authors on my 'all-time ...more
- h shows moxy and goes toe to toe with the H thus impressing these alien species that think themselves superior.
- h & H are forced to spend some time in confined or/and constant danger circumstances that ...more
Eon Warriors is a good SF space opera/ romance. At the moment I don’t think that it is as good as GG but the characters are still developing. Not sure how the first three pairs will be incorporated into the following stories which is one of the things that makes GG so good! However, EW is full of action and romance (definitely 18+). This is the youngest Traynor sister Wren’s story. The Earth government doesn’t come off looking too good in this series.p so far! Firstly, Eve was set up ...more
Wren certainly lived up to the hype. She's smart and sassy (as is her newly acquired friend) and she kind of delights in irritating Malax. She calls him WC, for Pete's sake. HA. Admittedly, her actions are a lot less delightful ...more
I liked i but, I just wish there had been more...
More you ask ?
Longer story ?
No just more. More to the story ,more character development,more depth to their relationship,more time spent getting to know each other....
In all the blurbs I read the two sounded soo deliciously exciting.
Like there was going to be this delicious back and forth between the two. The wonderful friction when the MC’s go at each other like cats and dogs..
But instead it was a little fighting ,then they ...more
Malax at turns wants to strangle or kiss Wren. He is not used to people standing up ...more
Even though I've been critical in the past, it's only because I think her series go on too long (ie, Hell Squad).
I'm not going review each book, but instead will do #1-3 of this series.
So Earth finally learns it's not alone and people in charge will do anything for technology, but that's because there's nasty aliens coming for us.
Three sisters are tasked with getting the help of warrior aliens, who also happen to be hot ...more
Wren, the 3rd Traynor sister (and baby of the family) has control of an Eon warship. She's playing hot potato with the controls with the very patient War Commander; Malax. He keeps trying to convince her that her sisters are safe, but she doesn't believe him. Videos can be faked (she should know, she's seen it before), so she isn't so ready to hand the ship back until the Kantos show up.
One of the sentient symbiots, a helian, hijacks her tablet & ...more
DISCLOSURE - On a volunteer basis I reviewed a free pre-released copy via the author.
An enthralling page-turner read with admirable characters, humor, fiery passionate romance, awesome vivid scene descriptions, horrific life-threatening moments, a few surprises, and a fabulous HEA for the hero and heroine.
Wren an audacious sexy tech genius steals control of an Eon warship. War Commander Malax finds it fascinating that an Earth female has the ...more
The first few chapters had me giggling and laughing. Wren is so bright and smart-alecky in the best ways, and I really could see her taunting Malax in my mind. It was super fun to read.
The dang Kantos strike again and cause havoc in their fight to get ...more
Plot mostly inconsistent and it ticked me off how often something just ...more
My parents are to blame for my insatiable need to ...more