Lone Wolf

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The year is 3032 and mankind has expanded far beyond Earth’s galaxy. Matilda Dulac is a member of the Galactic Mining Guild. With her lover, Marc Slatterly, she works in a small mining ship in deep space. Their well ordered life if suddenly thrown into chaos when one miner arrives with a load of Trimagnite, a highly toxic liquid ore. Enter the Lone Wolf. More

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Words: 78,700
Language: English
ISBN: 9781935171508
About Dellani Oakes

When she moved to Florida,  Dellani Oakes had no idea  the history was so rich and fascinating.Visiting St. Augustine for the first time, she felt the allure of the country's oldest city. She decided then to write a story based there. It wasn't until nearly twelve years later that Indian Summer took its final form.Dellani is a happily married mother of four, substitute teacher and former English teacher.When she isn't being one of the above, she is an avid writer, spending every possible moment immersed in her other worlds.She has also written a series of futuristic romance novels, contemporary romances and short stories. Dellani's interests include reading, going to the beach, listening to all kinds of music and cooking.

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Review by: Sheila Deeth on July 09, 2013 :
Set in distant future, Dellani Oakes’ Lone Wolf combines space flight, mining guilds, treachery and romance into an exciting action adventure with sensual and mystical overtones. Backstories are woven very naturally into the tale, with motivations and identities slowly clarified. The aliens are pleasingly exotic, genuine characters rather than just strange-shaped caricatures. And the mysteriously powerful Lone Wolf is a pleasingly flawed hero, trying to do his best while the past catches up with him and the present world tries to outwit him.

The story’s told with nicely personable humor, clever dialog, enjoyable descriptions that fit well into the characters’ points of view, and a certain characteristic pre-occupation with sexuality . High-octane danger, science that’s sketchily clever enough to be convincing, and a plot that lets the reader guess solutions almost in time and in tune with the protagonists, all combine to make this a thoroughly enjoyable sci-fi romance, with just enough of both to keep fans of both genres happy.

I kind of wished the story had ended a page or two before it did. There’s a natural conclusion, but a final few scenes promise a truly intriguing sequel which I will definitely have to read.

Disclosure: I was lucky enough to get a free ecopy of this novel through a book club.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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