Eliana's life has never been what one might term ordinary. At least, it hasn't been for a very long time. As a powerful Immortal Guardian, she spends her nights hunting and slaying psychotic vamp ...more
Edit 8/5/20: I find myself just randomly thinking about this book at least once a week. The teaser has me so hooked. Updates from Dianne’s reader group are that this book is due prior to the end of 2020, so we should have it this year :)
Edit 11/1/20: Dianne has finished writing the book! It’s with her editor and they are getting Kristen Potter scheduled for narration. We should have a release date and pre-order soon! ...more
I love this series from the ships and technology to the characters, camaraderie, humor and passionate romance.
Eliana is this wonderful combination of heart, warrior and honesty. Not spiteful, she just blurts out her thoughts. From her ...more
I was really looking forward to this book. I loved the teaser at the end of The Lasaran and I really enjoyed the Immortal Guardians series, but I have to say this was disappointing.
The writing was fine, but the story was very meh. The characters honestly kinda boring and the book was repetitive. The amount of time that Eliana just said “Cool, I want one” and spoke about spicy food was just too much. I get making it a joke, but honestly the entire book is the same thing every chapte ...more
The Segonian, which told Eliana and Dagons’ story began where T ...more
It’s Lost In Space 2021! 😂
I watched the series on telly eons ago, but I love more the 1998 cinema version with Gary Oldman in it, 😍😘.
So, Eliana is really lost in space and Dagon tried very hard to find her before she ran out of the oxygen, which she did. That’s part of story is very interesting.
However once she was on the ship, nothing much happened, just more about she familiar herself with the crew and the ship. And Dagon is too bloody sweet for a hero and tad boring for my taste! 😬 ...more
When an immortal guardian female meets a Segonian warrior captain sparks definitely fly and romance isn’t far behind. After the spaceship she’s in is totally blown apart, Eliana finds herself clad only in a spacesuit and is drifting in space by herself. Dagon is on the ship that first hears about the ship exploding and is ...more
For me the first half or more of the story moved slowly. I am not sure I like the way Eliana was portrayed. She acted at times like a kid let loose in a the candy store. Immature! I couldn't take her serious.
I loved Dagon and all of the Segonians. I would have liked to have the story centered around them landing on there home planet and how Elia ...more
So many secondary characters that stole my heart. Eagerly looking forward to read more from this series.
Completely safe and absolutely recommend.
I absolutely love this amazing story.
It has everything you could want in a space adventure . It has action, danger, humor, aliens, great secondary character and a great couple that makes this story so good that I couldn’t put it down.
This series is going to be just as good or even better than the Guardian Immortal series.
Been looking forward to reading this book ever since I read the teaser in 'The Lasaran' .
The picture of Eliana floating around - alone - in the vast endless space , talking to Commander Dagan , pops up in my mind at odd random moments. Gives me the chills .
A part of me knows what'll happen next (it's a novel after all !) but I still need to read it !! It has to be read !! ...more
In Broken Dawn, we met Eliana and were delighted by her lively nature and humor. She does what she can to protect her fellow ...more
High octane adventure from start to finish awaits you in this book! With an abundance of imagination and evocative imagery, this story absolutely pulls you in and keeps you engaged. I don't want to spoil anything, so I'll just say the characters are memorable and lovable, the plot itself stellar (couldn't resist), the pace moves right along, looooads of action and humour more than keep you entertained, and the romance is sweet and sexy. I never wanted the book to end an ...more
Action, action, humor, and some love. 😍💕 This has been a thrilling and exciting adventure! Geez! All the different feelings! I couldn't wait until midnight for just a few pages. Needless to say, I went through the work day without sleep. Even in the slow pace moments, one could not walk away. This is an exemplary novel. The five star 🌟 rating system is too low.
When it comes to science fiction and romance, Dianne Duvall is the best! It's action ...more
Yep, another winner Dianne Duvall. Although I thought this one was a bit slower off the mark than the first one in this series, it did start to get going eventually. Plenty of action, comedy, and love struck not once but twice. Can’t wait for book no. 3.
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Holy cow, not to sound like some sort of fan geek but this book is absolutely everything I wanted it to be.
To obtain the best read it is better to start at the very beginning with A Sorceress of His Own because not only are those two books fantastic they also provide the opportunity to see the backstory develop leading into the Immortal Guardians series and then o ...more
The Segonian is worth the wait, as are any of Dianne Duvall's books! This book takes you through a gamut of emotions, has action throughout & you will NOT regret choosing this book to read. The Segonian is such a fantastic read, it's a love story that's also filled with amazing, very imaginative types of alien's, their technologies & planet discriptions. This book can be read alone but is a MUST for Dianne Duvall's "Immortal Guardians" fans. For me, I ...more
When my friend threw the books at me with the words 'Here are some Immortals, Vampires, Ghosts, Angels and Extraterrestrials (I don't like the term 'Alien'... they really remind me of the creatures from the movie 'Alien'... and the Extraterrestrials in the books are nothing like these creatures)...'
I was a little sceptial at first, but the secon ...more
Eliana, who was on her way to Lasaran with some gifted ones and a few other Immortal Guardians, finds herself literally floating in space. She is awakened by a voice in her ear. Thus begins the friendship between her and Dagon, commander of the Segonian ship Ranasura, he is part of a fleet searching for survivors. They know there has to be some as escape pods were deployed and none have been found...yet. ...more
The Segonian is book 2 of Dianne Duvall's Aldebarian Alliance series. This is the most amazing new series I've read on a long time. I've been a fan of Dianne Duvall from her first book in her Immortal Guardians series and through every book she written sense. The characters in The Segonian are absolutely wonderful. The world building is unparalleled. The ability to intertwine the Immortal Guardian catches characters with the sci-fi characters of this series is so ...more
I’m already a big fan of Dianne Duvall’s books but sci-fi is not my usual reading genre. However, I love Dianne’s writing style, the language she uses and the way she paces her plots.
I was drawn into this story and remained hooked throughout.
We’d already met our leading lady, Eliana, in The Lasaran and Broken Dawn. The soft spot I had for her only grew as this story progressed. She was perfect. Eliana displayed all the traits that I need a prota ...more
I think I fell in love with Eliana myself... I love her as a character... She is so fierce yet hilarious at the same time. It of all of Diane Duvall's female characters Eliana is by far my favorite. Her story is a roller coaster from the start out in open space to the end in the ship with Dagon. Even if you have not read any of the other stories in this series or the ones connected to it, this one should be read! Amazing! ...more
Dianne Duvall is the New York Times and USA Today Bestselling Author of the Immortal Guardians and The Gifted Ones series. Reviewers have called Dianne's books "fast-paced and humorous" (Publishers Weekly), "utterly addictive" (RT Book Reviews), "extraordinary" (Long and Short Reviews), and "wonderfully imaginative" (The Romance Reviews). Her books have twice been nominated for RT Reviewers' Choic...more
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She laughed. “No way, buddy. Those jarumi nuggets are mine.”
The big warrior chuckled. “I notice you didn’t object to the killing part.”
“Because jarumi nuggets mean more to me than Gathendiens.”
Maarev poked his head out. He glanced up and down the hallway, inspected the walls, then focused on Dagon and Eliana, still standing in each other’s arms. He arched a brow. “Just thought I’d check to see if Eliana was out here punching holes in the walls. We have a wager going.”
She offered him a wry smile. “No. Dagon calmed me down.”
A twinkle of amusement entered the warrior’s eyes as he stepped out. “So I see. With a hug, apparently.”
Liden joined them in the hallway. A boyish grin lit his rugged features as he held out his arms. “Need any more calming down?”
She laughed . . . even as a low growl of irritation rumbled up from Dagon’s throat. “No, thank you.” Reluctantly stepping back, she took Dagon’s hand and twined her fingers through his. “We have a saying on Earth: Go big or go home.” She tossed Dagon—the tallest man present—a wink. “I’m going big.”