Would you risk your life to tell the truth?
Genevieve O’Riordan is the only news blogger living in humanity’s most remote and dangerous space settlement populated by criminals, refugees, and obsessive online gamers. She’s determined to find a story that will put her at the top of Interstellar News Corps and expose Asteria Colony as an oppressive, corporate-controlled dumping grounds for the unwanted riff-raff of Earth. But then she meets Duin.
How far would you go to help another?
Armed with only audacity, a translator, and a stolen spacecraft, Duin is an alien freedom-fighter desperate for humanity’s aid. Mysterious invaders kidnapped his family, destroyed his village, and are stealing every drop of freshwater they can find. Asteria Colony is as close as he can get to Earth, but with Genny’s help the Stellarnet will get him even closer.
What happens when you fall in love with someone trying to save the world, and that world isn’t your own?
This was a very good science fiction romance and I loved that the main character was a blogger this something you do not see very often in this genre.
This book was extremely hard to put down and was full of twists and turns that kept me as a reader hooked.
The author done a very good job in developing her characters and I found myself caring about what happened to the characters next and feeling what they were feeling when they were feeling it. The romance between the characters was well thought out and did not feel pushed and it all blended well into the plot.
Stellarnet Rebel was an interesting read and I heard that it is part of a series. I am very much looking forward to reading the next installment.