elisa_rolle (elisa_rolle) wrote,

2016 Rainbow Awards Honorable Mention: For Promise Yet Unbroken by Tygati (213-07-26-2016)

1) This book was gorgeous, entertaining and threw enough twists and turns to keep me on my toes.

2) A thoroughly satisfying, sweet, funny, exciting Western-Sci-Fi romp of a novel, with quiet undertones of coming-of-age, discovering who you are and finding your place. Lovely, and I for one will definitely look for more of this author to come.

3) I enjoyed getting to know Jeremy as the man he grew into. He isn’t the bratty trouble-maker anymore. I also enjoyed getting to see him grow into his role as a rider. While there are some inevitable parallels between his relationship with Sapphire and the one between Charlie and Zorevan from Darkness, their story and relationship are all their own.

For Promise Yet Unbroken (No Man's Land #2) by Tygati
Asexual Fantasy Romance
Series: No Man's Land
Paperback: 284 pages
Publisher: Less Than Three Press (October 21, 2015)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1620046792
ISBN-13: 978-1620046791
Amazon: For Promise Yet Unbroken (No Man's Land #2)
Amazon Kindle: For Promise Yet Unbroken (No Man's Land #2)

In the Hours of Darkness On the frontier planet No Man's Land, Sheriff Charlie Colcord upholds the law and protects the people of Deadwood Gulch. His job is difficult and often dangerous due to the vicious native creatures which inhabit the plains and mountains of Noman, but Charlie and his riders have one advantage: dragons. But the dragons come with their own difficulties in the way of a secret known only to a few. Charlie is a man used to keeping secrets, and it's not the dragons' secret that keeps him up at night. His secret is known to only one other, and keeping it makes their lives complicated enough that hunting monsters on the plains of Noman is almost relaxing. For Promise Yet Unbroken Jeremey has been an unrepentant troublemaker since the day he learned to walk, with no intention of slowing down—until the day tragedy struck. Now a young man, Jeremey seeks to make amends for his wild youth and fulfill an unspoken promise he once made years ago to the people of Noman. All he needs is a dragon and a chance to prove himself, which is easier said than done in the face of a crashed spaceship, hostile aliens, a deadly plague, and interstellar war. Still, if there's anyone up to the task, it's Jeremey Jasper, troublemaker extraordinaire.

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