Sky Hunter

Sky Hunter Jeret hasn t looked back since running away from life as a crown prince and joining the Crux Ansata s crew but when the Ansata returns to his home system he finds his father ill and a traitor maneuv

  • Title: Sky Hunter
  • Author: Fae Sutherland
  • ISBN: 9781426895852
  • Page: 360
  • Format: ebook
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    Jeret hasn t looked back since running away from life as a crown prince and joining the Crux Ansata s crew, but when the Ansata returns to his home system, he finds his father ill and a traitor maneuvering for control Now that he s a full grown man, he can t just walk away again Letting Jeret escape was the biggest black mark on bounty hunter Dagan Nu aim s otherwise disJeret hasn t looked back since running away from life as a crown prince and joining the Crux Ansata s crew, but when the Ansata returns to his home system, he finds his father ill and a traitor maneuvering for control Now that he s a full grown man, he can t just walk away again Letting Jeret escape was the biggest black mark on bounty hunter Dagan Nu aim s otherwise distinguished years as a royal guard When he catches Jeret back in system, Dagan seizes the chance to regain his lost honor and bring the wayward prince home Jeret s not so sure he wants to go, but the reignition of his old crush on Dagan complicates the issue As the two unravel a tangled plot against the crown, their old friendship lights up with a fiery new desire And when the traitor strikes and the two men must choose between duty and freedom, neither is certain which to pick.

    Comment 196

    • Heather K (dentist in my spare time) says:

      **3.5 stars**I just can't highlight that fourth star, I just can't. I want to so badly because there is nothing wrong with this book (or this series) but it just isn't fully connecting for meThe third book in the Skybound series focuses on Jeret's story. Now, was I the only one who was wondering what happened to Kip? There was all of this flirtatious buildup and then poof! A new love interest is introduced. I was a bit confused about that, actually. Anyway, I have been looking forward to Jeret's [...]

    • MLE says:

      I received a copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.I really wanted to enjoy this story much more than I did. I loved Jeret in the earlier stories, and I was really looking forward to him getting his own book. I think my expectations might have been a bit high, and that was why I felt so disappointed in this book. Jeret had so much spark, and so much life in the earlier stories, and I felt like he lost so much of that in this story. I didn’t like how much of a damsel [...]

    • Cole Riann says:

      Review posted at The Armchair Reader.I've been looking forward to this Skybound series finale ever since the first book when I knew I wanted to read Jeret's story most. I think that a lot of other readers have felt that way too, at least from what I've seen. Of all the crew of the Annie, Jeret is the one who seems to have the most secrets. He's secretive himself, but enigmatic and funny at times, always with a smart quip in response to the others and always wanting to prove himself since he's th [...]

    • Sophia says:

      Final crew member of the Annie, most enigmatic past, and final book of the seriesry excited to get to Jeret's story and I was not disappointed. I knew he had a colorful past and yes, as a runaway prince who is being hunted down by his childhood crush to take up his destiny, his story delivered on my expectations.Jeret along with Torin and Rain find themselves again into trouble due to their mercenary cargo and the job takes them close to Jeret's home world that he hoped to never see again. But t [...]

    • Wax says:

      Overall another good story in the series. There was a little too much whining for me, because one of the characters is young, but still Also, the age gap was played up quite a bit only for us to find out near the end that it was only 5 years.

    • ttg says:

      3-3.5 stars - An overall fun sci-fi romance adventure. This is the third and last book in Sutherland’s Skybound series, this volume focusing on young mechanic and hacker Jeret who finds to his frustration that his hot, hulking past has finally caught up to him.It’s a fun, light sci-fi adventure series, kind of a Firefly-vibe since the main crew of the ship are basically space mercenaries (but not mean ones.) Jeret was an acerbic background character in the last book, but here you find out wh [...]

    • Annie (Under the Covers Book Blog) says:

      Woo hoo! Sutherland has really found her niche with this sci-fi M/M series! SKY HUNTER turned out to be more than I expected. This is Jeret’s book and readers will learn more about his past, and more specifically where he came from. As a crowned prince, he ran away from his family and joined the Crux Ansata crew.His father hires a bounty hunter to retrieve him. We learn that he is dying and that he wishes to see his son once more before he dies. Dagan, the bounty hunter and Jeret know each oth [...]

    • ~SexyBookWorm~ says:

      Looking forward to More in this series! !

    • Erica says:

      I honestly don't know why this one didn't work for me as well as the other two in this series. Maybe because there was just too much going on. Maybe because the MCs spent too much time arguing about whose fault everything was in the past and not enough time connecting to each other in the here and now. The writing was still solid, and the world-building (universe-building?) is still interesting and well done, but I just couldn't connect to the characters as well this time around.

    • Louis A says:

      enjoyable series!

    • Da'ad says:

      I enjoyed this the most among the books in this series, although I thought Cooky's story would be the best, I loved him! This was sweet and sensual, and fun to read. I wish there was more.

    • ReviewerLarissa says:

      Looking forward to reading jeret's story!

    • Riva says:

      Narrator 5; but story is a 3.

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