Shadow Crossing

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Shadow Crossing

Shadow Crossing Celie Cameron has spent her most of her life as a smuggler skirting the law She s given that up for legal delivery runs but she misses the adrenaline rush of danger When a routine delivery goes hayw

  • Title: Shadow Crossing
  • Author: Catherine Spangler
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 296
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Celie Cameron has spent her most of her life as a smuggler, skirting the law She s given that up for legal delivery runs, but she misses the adrenaline rush of danger When a routine delivery goes haywire, throwing her into the company of a handsome pilot an android, or so she thinks Celie finds herself embroiled in galaxy spanning intrigue and deception.The android,Celie Cameron has spent her most of her life as a smuggler, skirting the law She s given that up for legal delivery runs, but she misses the adrenaline rush of danger When a routine delivery goes haywire, throwing her into the company of a handsome pilot an android, or so she thinks Celie finds herself embroiled in galaxy spanning intrigue and deception.The android, Rurick, is a miracle creation Because of past experiences, Celie has avoided relationships with men But she finds herself attracted to Rurick, feeling safe to indulge in flirtation with a pseudo man As they join forces to challenge an insidious threat to the populations of the Verante quadrant, the attraction between them grows.But then Celie learns Rurick is actually a human a royal prince masquerading as an android, and all bets are off He doesn t agree, and ensures Celie is forced to work closely with him They battle wits from a glittering royal palace to a shipwreck on a barren planet Facing possible death, she can no longer deny her feelings or the man Together, they fight to bring light to a darkness every bit as depraved as the expanse of space known as Shadow Crossing.

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    1. TINNGG on said:

      Beam me up Scotty, for I'm convinced there's no intelligent FEMALE life in this galaxy.Ok. So you're making a delivery of goods to an unknown planet. The contact and you come under fire. You're forced to take shelter in his ship and leave in a hurry. Upon escape, you discover that one of the two men is an android - and the other is a crown prince. Do youA) assist in making repairs and negotiate a return for your ship at the earliest convenienceB) assist in making repairs and begin nagging and de [...]

    2. Nisha on said:

      I cannot even begin to tell you all how wonderful this book is. I read all of them and this is by far, superior. Both the H/H were great and even if it has been a while since I've read it, I've been obsessively trying to buy it (within my means, of course). The action is great and so is the romance. After Shamara, which was sorely lacking, this made up for everything. Celie, who was introduced in the first/second book (I don't know how to count it anymore, so I don't try), her sister's book, is [...]

    3. Lover of Romance on said:

      Shadow Crossing is the fourth in the Shielder Series. I was delighted to read this one, since I have been looking forward to reading Celie's story. Celie Cameron grew up being a smuggler along side with her sister to survive, and skirting the law very frequently. Always on guard and looking over her shoulder. After finding a haven in Shamara and the new quadrant she finds life veryring! She misses the excitement in her life that no longer exists. When she heads to her designated location to deli [...]

    4. Riley on said:

      As the Shielder books have been released in e-book form, I've been snatching them up. Why? Because they are romantic, adventurous and delightful! Shadow Crossing is no exception. Originally published in 2003, this book is being re-issued in e-book format. If you have not read the first three books in the series, this next part is a spoiler. (view spoiler)[The universe of the Shielders and their friends has changed. They have a new home where they are free from the persecution of the Controllers. [...]

    5. Monique Atgood on said:

      Sci-Fi Romance-SuspenseThis is part of a series, but can easily stand on it’s own as an independent novel. I LOVED the series and recommend that you read them in what ever order you choose. They will still make sense.This is Celie’s story. Celie is a former smuggler bored with her new legal existence as a delivery pilot in her interstellar spaceship. She was making a routine delivery, until she discovers a stowaway. Then the delivery goes bad, and she’s forced to blast off planet as a refu [...]

    6. Hilcia on said:

      The fourth book in the series, this was a definite a winner! And especially pleasing after reading Shamara (3rd Book), which was a disappointment. Celie, Moriah's younger sister and partner in her smuggling business, is another strong heroine, and Rurick was an excellent romantic pairing for her. Their adventures through space were exciting and the inclusion of an human-like android who looked just like Rurick was the best part of the story. Deceipt, fast paced adventure, romance, strong charact [...]

    7. Celestine on said:

      I really enjoyed the first three Shielder books, so I was a little surprised when I wasn't swept away with Celie, Rurick and their romance. It should tell me something when I wanted the android to have his own book and thought his boastfulness, snark and blunt observations were more interesting than the love play between the H/h. I'll consider this a minor detour off the path of Spangler's other great SFR reads in this series. I still avidly anticipate book #5.

    8. diana on said:

      Much better story this time.I found this book much more interesting than the last one. It had a good plot and I found the characters much more real and not so much sex.

    9. Christine on said:

      Much better than the previous book. Great new male protagonist, in a brand new location with brand new problems. Many familiar faces make their cameo and gave me sweet memories of their stories.

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