Captain's Boy

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Homeless orphan turned college student turned would-be rescuer, Donte follows slavers across space to rescue a stolen child from horrors he knows all too well. More

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Words: 69,070
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301516964
About KD Sarge

KD Sarge writes for joy and hope, and works for a living. She has tried her hand at endeavors including Governess of the Children, Grand Director of the Drive-Through, and Dispatcher of the Tow Trucks. Currently KD labors appreciated but underpaid in the public school system. Past accomplishments include surviving eight one-year-olds for eight hours alone (she lasted about ten months), driving a twenty-foot truck from Ohio to Arizona by way of Oklahoma, and making a six-pack of tacos in twenty-three seconds.

Writing achievements include the Weightiest First Draft Ever, as well as nine other, much lighter, completed novels. She has six universes under construction. KD has won NaNoWriMo five times and NaNoEdMo twice. A widow, KD lives in Arizona with three children, two of them furred and all of them demanding.

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Review by: Kira Delaney on April 14, 2013 :
another fantastic book from K.D.!

this a prequel to Knight Errant, and tells how two of the shipmates (Donte & Selene) met. while it lives in the romance genre, it's also a story of strength & survival.

Donte's on-planet at college when the boy he's tutoring is sold to slavers. He & Selene sign onto a spaceship crew to chase after him.

things i love about K.D.'s writing: it's wonderfully easy to empathize with her characters (in all her books), and even though this story exists in a sci-fi environment, she doesn't overdo the tech.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Beccaie Jamieson on April 05, 2013 :
I was so excited to see another installment in the Dream'verse, and Captain's Boy does not disappoint!

This is the fourth book in the series, and it's fun to see all of the characters from the Pendragon's Dream towards the end of the book, but the story centers around Donte and Selene. During the course of the story, they experience so many things that are horrible reminders of the past and daunting new situations, but they learn each other's strengths and how to work together. I love having the backstory that explains glimpses of their relationship that I got from the other books in the series.

I wish it was my gift to write insightful reviews that drop hints to tantalize, but I'm afraid I would end up spoiling the story somehow. So I will simply say that I HIGHLY recommend this book.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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