Trust and Treachery

Rated 3.00/5 based on 2 reviews
When space freighter pilot Calen Macleef accidentally wins Larissa “Bit” Earnest in a lucky hand of poker, his main concern is what his gruff and uncompromising brother Jack will say about it. Jack Macleef is the captain of the ship in a world where space travel has only recently become the norm and space piracy abounds. More
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Words: 39,050
Language: English
ISBN: 9781311138798
About Charissa Dufour

My journey to become a writer began in 8th grade, when I was diagnosed with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and pulled from school to recover. During this time, I was left alone for hours on end and it was then that I discovered new friends within the pages of books. I also learned the blessing of creating my own friends by writing down the stories that plagued my lonely mind—as demented as that sounds. Therefore at the ripe age of fourteen, I wrote my first novel. It sucked! But I kept going and now I am an Indie Author with numerous books out. I never imagined that first horrible novel about a man who crash landed on his long lost home world would turn into a lifelong passion.
I now live in Chicago, IL with my amazing husband and two rambunctious kittens, Groot and Rocket.

About the Series: Echoes of Sol
When space freighter pilot Calen Macleef accidentally wins Larissa “Bit” Earnest in a lucky hand of poker, his main concern is what his gruff and uncompromising brother Jack will say about it. Jack Macleef is the captain of the ship in a world where space travel has only recently become the norm and space piracy abounds.

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Review by: Austin12345 on June 29, 2016 :
I've read this "story / plot" in many forms before, like a hundred times. The saving grace was that it was kept short.

The most difficult thing for me was the total lack of even the most basic understanding of science. A bomb that fits in an old vegetable can detonated in a vacuum would have zero effect on anything that's more than a couple dozen feet away. Four miles away, pfftt. Don't be silly

Spaceships that turn, bank, maneuver like an air plane in space? Isaac Newton's name must have never existed in the authors pubic school system.
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Review by: kom78 on June 06, 2016 :
Fun little read. Great mix of characters. I thoroughly enjoyed the story. Look forward to more in this universe
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