Title: Chasing Constellations
Author: HA Fortman
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Elisa Jones has just graduated college with her journalism degree and now she’s trying to make her way in the world alone. Without any idea what to do, Elisa turns back to her first love – cold serial killer cases. She decides to follow up on a lead she found that the police overlooked. It’s a clue that takes her to California, where she thinks she might be able to assist in uncovering the killer.
Commander Turock Gav’rin is on the hunt for a fugitive, one that has taken him across the stars to a small blue planet with worlds of potential. Hiding who he really is, “Chase Ricter” has to find and capture his fugitive before any of the natives discover who, and what, he truly is.
Elisa and Chase are thrust on an adventure that will test their very beings. A twist of fate brings them together in a collision that will set their worlds on edge. Will the two of them survive as mighty hunters? Or will they lose it all as they become the hunted?
This is a five star story, the author has five star ability. What is lacking is a good editor to correct everything from punctuation mistakes to continuity ones. There are more mistakes in the first quarter of the book than in the rest, so maybe it is just a case of lack of experience.
I am full of admiration for the story: it’s an original idea and I look forward to reading the next instalment in the saga. For the record it ends in a minor cliff-hanger.
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