A Galactic Holiday is a collection of three sci-fi romance reads: How the Glitch Saved Christmas by Stacy Gail, Galileo’s Holiday by Sasha Summers and Winter Fusion by Anna Hackett. In the interest of keeping it short and sweet I am just going to say…
Bookswagger Marcia: Four Crowns, good read, on the way to swagger. I loved, A Galactic Holiday, I even got a little misty eyed (I did not cry, you cannot prove it). All three ladies gave us a different take on the sci-fi romance. With Anna Hackett you have the wasteful futuristic society dependent upon energy sources, living in high rises with flying cars and a Heroine/Hero at odds from day one due to world alliance issues. In How the Glitch Saved Christmas you have the now Chicago, still the windy city but decimated by a deadly virus and police officers modified with android upgrades. The heroine in How the Glitch Saved Christmas was the only 100% human officer on the force while the hero is Robocop (that is just my description). In Galileo’s Holiday the heroine does not know what a holiday is, she has grown up in space. Although she has grown up in space she is now stranded on Galileo a small settlement, so you get the best of both worlds, the futuristic set in a rugged outpost society. If you like sci-fi romance and if you are also like me and like to sneak those 20,000-38,000 word stories in for a quick read, this is a good one.
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