!!> Read ➮ Dark Deeds (Class 5, #2) ➲ Author Michelle Diener – Anguillais.us

Dark Deeds (Class 5, #2) Rescue Might Just Be The Death Of Her Far From Home Fiona Russell Has Been Snatched From Earth, Imprisoned And Used As Slave Labor, But Nothing About Her Abduction Makes Sense When She S Rescued By The Grih, She Realizes There S A Much Bigger Game In Play Than She Could Ever Have Imagined, And She S Right In The Middle Of It Far From Safe Battleship Captain Hal Vakeri Is Chasing Down Pirates When He Stumbles Across A Woman Abducted From Earth She S The Second One The Grih Have Found In Two Months, And Her Presence Is Potentially Explosive In The Grih S Ongoing Negotiations With Their Enemies, The Tecran The Tecran And The Grih Are On The Cusp Of War, And Fiona Might Just Tip The Balance Far From Done Fiona Has Had To Bide Her Time While She S Been A Prisoner, Pretending To Be Less Than She Is, But When The Chance Comes For Her To Forge Her Own Destiny In The New World She S Found Herself In, She Grabs It With Both Hands After All, Actions Speak Louder Than Words Class 5 Series, Book 2.

    10 thoughts on “!!> Read ➮ Dark Deeds (Class 5, #2) ➲ Author Michelle Diener – Anguillais.us


  1. says:

    I was a bit shocked to discover this second book in the Class 5 series had a new protagonist I had expected the whole trilogy to be Rose and Sazo s story I quickly got over my initial disappointment and soon warmed to our new lead character Fiona Her story was just as much fun as Rose s and her arrival caused nearly as big a stir in the complicated and very delicate political situation in the region Just like Rose, Fiona had been snatched from Earth by a Class 5 The big difference in this one was that she was quickly passed on from the Tecran to the Garmin The Garmin traders imprisoned her and forced her to work as a slave in their ship Lucky for Fiona the ship she was being held captive on got caught up in a battle between the Grih and the Crik When the Grih captain discovered she was being held against her will he rescued her The whole story was very engaging and a whole a lot of fun This is a super fun sci fi world and I love the balance between the action, intrigue, humour, and the romance It also really helps that the series is packed full of likeable characters who are very easy to root for and that Michelle Diener has a very engaging storytelling style Fiona was as likeable a lead character as Rose, and just like Rose she proved surprisingly capable of taking care of herself We got a bit of romance between Fiona and t...


  2. says:

    An ARC was given in exchange for an honest review Thank you to the writer and the publisher for the opportunity to read this 3.75 rounded down to 3 There was no sex in this book I repeat, there was no sex Hell, Fiona and Hal didn t even get to second base And oh, the sexual tension between them only surfaced at around the 50% marker before that, everything was all space opera drama What the hell If I was a lesser nerd, I would have hated this But the fact is, I m not I m probably one of the biggest sci fi fanatics you ll ever meet, and this just satisfied me on a nerdgasmic level So much so that the fact that the romance left me hanging didn t bother me as much Maybe it was the Star Wars and Star Trek feels that I got when I read about the different alien species, the intergalactic politics of the United Council, and basically everything about the universe that was set up here Maybe it was because Hal was so adorable when he finally realised his feelings for Fiona Maybe it was because Fio...


  3. says:

    Still really liking it.I never would have thought light space opera with a dusting of romance was my thing, but apparently it is Then again, who doesn t love an escapist adventure fantasy these days The up to date I stay on current events, the I want to escape ...


  4. says:

    3.5 stars Not quite as wonderful as the first book.Be warned that the romance is nearly nonexistent in this book.The heroine goes through almost as much trauma as Rose did in the first book However the hero s crew did not embrace the heroine so much as tolerate her Some were outright rude and borderline abusive to Fiona Hal s crew try to get him in trouble by tattling to the Admiral about him and Fiona The crew s disregard of Fiona almost gets her killed, and they could have cared less They seemed repentant they were called to the carpet for their behavior, but no repercussions for them NO APOLOGY to the heroine.This chapped me quite a bit at the end.I was hoping they would find themselves transferred off his ship for their acts of somethingbut nothing.Fiona was a wonderful heroine So strong, thoughtful and selfless.Hal Wasn t feeling him He was no Dav There was no chemistry there He came off as mostly cold Up until 80% the hero is fully behind the let s just hookup on the down low to save my career which really smacks of non hero behavior.By the way, there was only an implied impending hookup at the very end.Eazi Kept thinking of Eazy E every time I saw his name wasn t as prominent of a character in this one as Sazo was in the first He was just kind of bland Rose Sazo do make an appearance at the end.Hanging plot point What happened to the Macaw Still enjoyable.Definitely a setup for a third book in the works, which I will absolutely be readi...


  5. says:

    Well the follow up to Dark Horse is an engaging adventure set in space and featuring a heroine who doesn t know how to quit For months Fiona has been held captive , with no idea just why aliens abducted her To add insult to injury she s been used as slave labour, abused and almost starved Her captors see her as little than pond life but Fiona is an intelligent woman and fools them all Hurt, frightened and yet refusing to go down Fiona confuses everyone with her inane singing hey a girl has to keep herself going somehow and does a pretty good act of appearing downright stupid but when the chance to escape quite literally crashes into existence there is nothing that will stop Fiona seizing the day, yes Carpe Dieme is her motto If you are expecting a typical sci fi romance then this book will surprise you Yes there are aliens, some downright ugly and others who reminded me of Orlando Bloom surely the prettiest one in Lord of the Rings with elf like ears but it s not an excuse for sexy times No the author gives us a journey focused around an ordinary human who is capable of extraordinary things Fiona is a survivor, full of gumption and yet strangely pragmatic at times Trying to find her feet amongst the Grih who so far seem to be her best bet and yet she s about to gain even importance as her very existence could cause huge ripples for those who abdu...


  6. says:

    I put off reading Dark Horse Class 5 Series Book 1 for months because a space romance just did not sound interesting even though I have loved EVERYTHING this author has written that I have read so after I corrected that bit of stupidity I grabbed this one pretty much immediately and it took a few chapters to get going than Dark Horse did but once the plot was in full swing it was every bit as captivating and exceptional as Dark Horse Class 5 Series Book 1 was in almost every way.While I was sure I knew exactly where the plot was going a slightly modified version of Dark Horse I was once again reminded why I write reviews and not novels It did NOT go where I was sure it was going and was an exceptionally original ending to this installment into the Class 5 Series.One thing this book does that the other book did not do was we know who the heroine ...


  7. says:

    Star trek and star wars fan like myself would love this space adventure with lots of action and just little bit of romance Which I don t mind at all I am here for the space adventure.We have another heroine here, Fiona And we ...


  8. says:

    I received this book from Netgalley for my honest review I love the first book, Dark Horse, and I love this one too This one is action oriented the romance is just a hit until well into the story, but I appreciated that because the action was so very interesting The Class 5 thinking systems are so cute Here we meet Eazi and while he s not such a strong presence as Sazi was, he s still very much endearing and connected with Fee.I love the moltitude of beings and the convoluted politics between each one of the races But what I love the most is the was Ms Diener makes her heroines Just wonderful and so full of life Just like Fee says they see the glass half full It s so refreshing that the heroine doesn t dubt herself constantly neither her action nor her feelings toward the hero The action is intriguing and convoluted nothing i...


  9. says:

    4 5 4 stars A I really enjoyed this light sci fi romance There were good guys, bad guys, Intelligent thinking systems, space ships and lots of adventure I liked this book enough to go right out and buy the next two in the series I wanted to check this author out a...


  10. says:

    Fiona Russell has been snatched from Earth, imprisoned and used as slave labor, but nothing about her abduction makes sense When she s rescued by the Grih, she realizes there s a much bigger game in play than she could ever have imagined, and she s right in the middle of it.Battleship captain Hal Vakeri is chasing down pirates when he stumbles across a woman abducted from Earth She s the second one the Grih have found in two months, and her presence is potentially explosive in the Grih s ongoing negotiations with their enemies, the Tecran The Tecran and the Grih are on the cusp of war, and Fiona might just tip the balance 3.5 stars It took me a while to get back to this series but I m glad I did I thought the romance aspect of this book was better than the first one it didn t feel quite so insta love but the AI aspect of it was not as interesting Nothing can top Sazo, but I did like Fiona a little than I liked Rose in the previous book I did feel like this book was set up too much like the last book was and it looks like the same will be the case for the third book in the trilogy That s a little too repetitive in my opinion I m still interested in continuing on though, because this series is fun even with it s flaws One thing I am hoping for though, is that the protagonist in the next book has a terrible singing voice and no one wants to hear her sing Let me explain the Grih race in the books hold music as a near sacred thing, and are complete...

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