Constellation XXI has sprung to life

My latest science fiction romance, Constellation XXI, is now available.

The first reviews are in at Goodreads. Here’s a peek at them:

5 stars — Frances

Once again, Ed Hoornaert takes us on a rollicking ride full of action and romance. He manages to engage us fully. This is the third in the ‘Repelling the Invasion’ series but they are all stand alone. It helps if you have read the other two but it’s not necessary.
I always end one of his stories feeling disassociated from the world for a while. Good sci-fi with a touch of romance.

5 stars — Jo

I loved both Sienna and Crispin. They had a past and it was getting in the way of the present. Sienna had a secret that was covered in guilt. Crispin was just happy to finally be back around Sienna. He also had a secret . . . Great story line with interesting aliens as well as humans.

And Kathryn Lance, science fiction author and longtime member of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America, has this to say:

Great suspense and believable sci fi premise and details. I . . . can see why your work is so popular.

Do you have your copy of Constellation XXI yet?

Constellation XXI

Rediscovering Love at the Worst Possible Time

Although Sienna Dukelsky had been the most promising student pilot at Keening AstroSpace Academy, she inexplicably settles for a routine, unglamorous job guiding incoming spaceships to safe berths at Farflung Space Station. Rumors blamed her startling decision on heartbreak after Crispin Hunt, the love of her life, got expelled.

Approaching Farflung years several later, Crispin’s freighter is met by Sienna’s tugship. Love rekindles, though dampened by old betrayals. And when her ship loses power while aimed straight at the space station, Sienna must confront astonishing secrets about Crispin and his cargo—secrets that make hers the most important job in the galaxy.

You can order Constellation XXI from these fine sites:

 

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2 comments

  1. Diane Burton · · Reply

    Best wishes, Ed. I’m reading it right now.

    1. You, Diane, am a person of impeccable taste!

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