REVIEW: Nexus (Androma Saga #2)

May 2, 2019     yaobsessed     Uncategorized

REVIEW: Nexus (Androma Saga #2)Nexus by Sasha Alsberg, Lindsay Cummings
Published by Inkyard Press on May 7, 2019
Pages: 400

New York Times
bestselling authors Sasha Alsberg and Lindsay Cummings deliver the dazzling finale to the acclaimed Androma Saga, where stunning betrayals and devastating secrets send an embattled galaxy spiraling into the ultimate nightmare.

Her ship is gone, her crew is captured and notorious mercenary Androma Racella is no longer the powerful Bloody Baroness, but a fugitive ruthlessly hunted across the Mirabel Galaxy. The bloodthirsty Queen Nor now rules most of the galaxy through a mind-control toxin and she'll stop at nothing to destroy her most hated adversary.

Andi will risk anything, even her precious freedom, to find a cure. Stranded with her unlikely ally, Dex, on the unforgiving ice planet of Solera, their plan to infiltrate a black-market city proves dangerously irresistible.

Back in Arcardius, Nor's actions have opened Mirabel to invasion. As Andi's crew fights to regain their freedom, Andi and Dex discover a threat far greater than anything they've faced before.

Only by saving their mortal enemy can the crew of the Marauder make one last desperate strike to save the galaxy--unaware that a shattering, centuries-old secret may demand the most wrenching sacrifice of all.

The Bloody Baroness is back and kicking just as much butt as she did the first time around. If you read the first novel in the serious you know that at that Andi was speared by a man she thought she could trust and left for dead. An unlikely ally in the form of her Ex Dextro comes to her aid though. He crew mates however are trapped under a mind compulsion and cannot at that time be saved. Being that I am telling you what happened at the end of the last novel I am not giving spoilers by the way.

When the current novel begins we are back on Marauder who Dextro in the med-bay keeping an eye on Andi while she heals from her near fatal injury. Not much else I can can say in terms of the story without giving spoilers however. Just like the first book though the action is a fast and starts from the beginning at a fevered pace. The book is a long one 500+ pages but worth every page turn. Watching Andi and Dextro bond once again now that their back on the same side is interesting to observe because they are both strong personalities that are used to getting their own way so their arguments are in a weird way are aggressive but adorable. Have you read this novel yet? What are your thoughts?

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