Book: The Degan Paradox
Series: Galactic Conspiracies Book 3
Publication date: June 3, 2015
Length: 198 pages
Reviewed by Meredith
The adventure continues in this action-packed follow up to The Degan Incident and The Cassini Mission!
Peri McSmith is aboard the U.S.C. Cassini, en route to the Degan Homeworld. A routine medical examination reveals a startling yet impossible link between Peri and the Cassini’s last mission.
Beshel Drago, Chief Investigator for the Degan Federation, searches for leads on the rogue scientists conducting illegal genetic experiments using Degan citizens. He hits yet another a dead end—until the rescued embryo’s human parent is identified.
When the Degan Science Institute is attacked, and the embryo stolen, it’s up to Beshel and Peri to not only recover the child, but to prevent all-out war between the Degans and the Galactic Planetary Union.
So I have officially read every book in this series. Book 3 brings us to Peri (Devin’s friend from book 1) and Beshal. I was hoping after book 1 we’d get to see these two and read their story.
The Degan Paradox comes full circle in this one. All those questions, all lose ends, everything is made right. Of course not with some battles and serious suspense.
Besh is not an easy one to like. He’s gritty, mean, and obtusely independent. Peri longs for family and all the dreams he always dreamt to come true. Total opposites in every way. It takes someone like Peri with an amazing and beautiful heart to thaw all the ice inside Besh.
This is a very sci fi story. It’s Mpreg and nothing at all believable so know that going in and you’ll be able to be entertained.
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