Games of Command

Games of Command Games Of Command Free Author Linnea Sinclair Capitalsoftworks.co.uk The Universe Isn T What It Used To Be With The New Alliance Between The Triad And The United Coalition, Captain Tasha Sass Sebastian Finds Herself Serving Under Her Former Nemesis, Biocybe Admiral Branden Kel Paten And Doing Her Best To Hide A Deadly Past But When An Injured Mercenary Winds Up In Their Ship S Sick Bay And In The Hands Of Her Best Friend, Dr Eden Fynn Sass S Efforts May Be Wasted.Wanted Rebel Jace Serafino Has Information That Could Expose All Of Sass S Secrets, Tear The Fragile Alliance Apart And End Sass S Career If Kel Paten Discovers Them But The Biocybe Has Something To Hide As Well, Something Once Thought Impossible For His Kind To Possess Feelings For Sass Soon It S Clear That Their Prisoner Could Bring Down Everything They Once Believed Was Worth Dying For And Everything They Now Have To Live For From The Paperback Edition.

  • 4.1
  • 600
  • 10 September 2017
  • Kindle Edition
  • 562 pages
  • Games of Command
  • Linnea Sinclair

10 thoughts on “Games of Command

  1. Brownbetty says:

    Reading this book, I kept on saying, sometimes out loud, haha whut The entire thing is really so ludicrously over the top, and the main conflict feels like something that might have come from a Saturday morning cartoon produced in the eighties I enjoyed it a lot, when I wasn t writhing in sympathetic embarrassment at the display of authorial id.Captain Tasha Sass Sebastian is serving under not like that Admiral Brendon Kel Paten Their respective empires were once at war, but are now al Reading this book, I kept on saying, sometimes out loud, haha whut T...

  2. Erika says:

    3.5 starsI was really torn as to whether to round up or down here I decided to round up because of the science fiction plot, which I really enjoyed.There are only two reasons I can t rate this higher 1 I literally couldn t stand one of the heroes, Jace Serafino He was annoying, arrogant, smarmy and a total manwhore, my most despised type of hero And.unfortinately, he was in the pages of almost half of this story I ended up skimming as soon as I saw any ...

  3. Ðawn says:

    Spoilers Let me start by saying that I am very impressed with the detail of the technology and piloting described in this story It boggles my mind how the author came up with such amazing science The world building was also pretty good, but a littledescription would have been nice, but not necessary I personally enjoy the freedom of using my own imagination.What I liked best is the balance between romance and plot To me it was a perfect recipe Not too much of either Let me start Spoilers Let me start by saying that I am very impressed with the detail of the technology and piloting described in this story It boggles my mind how the author came up with such amazing science The world building was also pretty good, but a littledescription would have been nice, but not necessary I personally enjoy the freedom of using my own imagination.What I liked best is the balance between romance and plot To me it was a perfect recipe Not too much of either Let me start by sayin...

  4. Linda says:

    This was the fourth space opera that I have read by Linnea Sinclair She is known by her fans for following a formula in most, if not all, of her books alpha male, strong smart heroine and at least part of the setting is held in space Like in most sci fi stories there is a familiar jargon unique to the plot that the reader must learn Tel Tal, biocybe, U Cee, Psy Serv, Novalis, characters with the last name of Kel _, Galaxus, Definator and so on And it took me roughly a third of the story to This was the fourth space opera that I have read by Linnea Sinclair She is known by her fans for following a formula in most, if not all, of her books alpha male, strong smart heroine and at least part of the setting is held in space Like in most sci fi stories there is a familiar jargon unique to the plot that the reader must learn Tel Tal, biocybe, U Cee, Psy Serv, Novalis, characters with the last name of Kel _, Galaxus, Definator and so on And it took me roughly a thir...

  5. Nicole says:

    Ugh So, there was one part of this book I liked, and a whole lot that I didn t.The romance between Sass and Kel Paten had everything I love two highly intelligent people on opposing sides moving toward a relationship There was tension, there was hotness, and okay, maybe Kel Paten was a little too swoony over Sass in his unsent letters to her, but that s OK There was a political backstory that I found intriguing What was going on Why Who knew what And then there were the bits I didn t like Ugh So, there was one part of this book I liked, and a whole lot that I didn t.The romanc...

  6. Aoi says:

    What an amazing ride At 525 pages, Games of Command isn t a short and sweet read Plus, one has to contend with all the information about alien races, sci fi terminology, politics and alliances flying left,right and center The time spent is so well worth it I was completely hooked onto this space adventure and the pages just flew by The pace and to...

  7. Felicia says:

    GUYS, well I ve delved into the genre of romantic Sci Fi and its a mixed bag This author is at the top of the heap for the genre and I ve read several books by her in the past week or so as well as one I loved a while ago I liked this one the least, although it came highly recommended I dunno why, the main dud...

  8. Pamela(AllHoney) says:

    Captain Tasha Sebastian aka Sass is transferred to the Vaxxar serving under Admiral Branden Kel Paten aka Tin Soldier They are given the mission to capture outlaw Jace Serafino and after going through a vortex of some kind, Serafino falls into their hands But he and his crew are injured and sent to medical into the care of Dr Eden Fynn Everyone has their secrets and the secrets are all about to become known.Torn between 3 and 4 stars I liked it but it fell short compared to other book...

  9. Katie(babs) says:

    Linnea Sinclair has found her true calling when it comes to writing sci fi space travel fiction There is a touch of everything in this book A great hero and heroine, action packed space travel and also some interesting little creatures as side kicks that are so adorable Tasha Sebastian is a hardnosed space captain who has a shady past but tries ...

  10. Summer says:

    Captain Tasha Sass Sebastian isn t whom she claims to be Her past is a lotcolorful than her records claim but no one but her closest friend knows that After fighting in a war for several years that s finally come to an end, she s started to feel comfortable Until as a gesture of goodwill, both sides decide to integrate their people And Tasha has been chosen to be one of those people Specifically chosen to be integrated into Admiral Branden Kel Paten ship Tasha and the Admiral were Captain Tasha Sass Sebastian isn t whom she claims to be Her past is a lotcolorful than her records claim but no one but her closest friend knows that After fighting in a war for several years that s finally come to an end, she s started to feel comfortable Until as a gesture of goodwill, both sides decide to integrate their people And Tasha has been chosen to be one of those people Specifically chosen to be integrated into Admiral Branden Kel Paten ship Tasha and the Admiral were enemies throughout the war and have fought against ea...

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