Shadow Crossing

by Catherine Spangler

Love Spell, April, 2003.
Paperback, 351 pages.
ISBN: 0505525240
Subgenre: Futuristic

Shadow Crossing by Catherine Spangler Celie Cameron has her own ship and loves her independent life as an interstellar trader. But when a routine delivery goes wrong, she finds herself on the run with a handsome android -- or so she thinks. Soon, Celie is surrounded by danger on all sides, and she's about to lose her heart to a machine who is just too perfect to be a real man.

Shadow Crossing is set in the same futuristic world as Shamara -- where the Interstellar Council presides over mostly civilized planets. Everyone believes that the Council has eliminated the slavery and terrible poverty in the Verante Sector, but the truth is that avarice and greed are not so easy to eradicate. Catherine Spangler has created a sprawling universe, peopled by many different species. This fast-paced, light-hearted story of romance in the stars is lots of fun and is sure to bring a smile to your face.

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This review was published in the June-July, 2003 of The Internet Writing Journal.

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