Star Knight Errant: Thrust – A Review

When Martian Air Science Engineer Cass Hedley takes a dare to use her new Artificial Intelligence system for a night of erotic release, there’s only one man she can imagine spending time with—the legendary comic book hero Star Knight Errant. She imagines strong hands, hard abs, and bubble baths, but her black market AI has another idea—an illegal fight club that will only end in her sexy companion’s death…or hers.

When Evander Mór transports to an unknown desert planet, his mission changes. Instead of brokering a peace deal, he’ll figure out what backwater he’s landed on and enjoy a well-earned weekend off with a gorgeous scientist. But when things get hotter than a supernova between them, he discovers he only has eighteen hours to stop an AI bent on murder, convince Cass he’s more than fiction, and find a way to cross the gulf between galaxies to bring her home.

This book sounded so good that I volunteered to feature it on my review thread.  Unfortunately, I just got the link to get the ARC because I forgot to look in JUNK. So for now, I have just posted the cover and blurb with the buy link. It already has 5-star reviews by at least one reviewer whose work  I know and respect for her honest reviews. So, I am expecting to enjoy this book as well. Take a look for yourself by going to Amazon and using the “Look-Inside” feature, and I’ll be back soon with my own honest review.

My Review

This was a fun read, though it never quite came clear if he was real or not. A divorcee alone for the weekend while her kids visit her ex, congers a lifelike clone through her home AI system. He is Star Knight Errant Evander Mόr the comic book hero she crushed on as a teenager. He is even more attractive in his cloned flesh.

Unfortunately, the AI also produces foes for them to fight between their sexcapades. It was more instant lust than love, but I liked the creative way the author wrote the sex scenes in a way that transcended the act itself.

I also liked that it was set on a Mars colonized by humans. I don’t want to give any spoilers. One reviewer said it had great ideas but called it a ho-hum romance with love scenes that were not that sexy. Some readers might not buy the insta-love/lust aspect of the romance, but I found it believeable from the heroine’s point of view.

Cass was cloning a the lover of her dreams for a sexy weekend romp, and she picked her favorite fictional character. It seems reasonable that she would create one who would find her irresistible.

I thought it was well written. I enjoyed the novella and would read more from this author.

 

Christine Myers

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