Read Fool Me Once (Privateer Tales #2) Online Free - Celina Dontal just escaped eighteen months of captivity at the hands of Alexander Boyarov and his crew, members of the brutal Red Houzi Clan. That should have been the hard part. It was only the beginning.
When she tried to contact her younger sister, Jenny, Celina received shocking news. The one person in the universe that Celina loved and lived for, was missing, and no one could tell her what happened. A vague mention of passage booked to the metropolis of Puskar Stellar on Mars was the only clue Celina unearthed, but Jenny hasn't responded to any of Celina’s messages.
Celina has no friends on Mars and to make things worse, Boyarov is skating on thin ice with the Red Houzi. He lost their ship and prisoner. Retrieving both as quickly as possible is the only hope he has of preserving his own life. He's on the hunt.
If there is to be any help for Celina and Jenny, it will have to come from strangers. Puskar Stellar is a big city and finding someone who is trustworthy can be a slippery quest.
Fool Me Once, a standalone novella, is the second story in Jamie McFarlane’s Privateer Tales.
|Title||:||Fool Me Once (Privateer Tales #2)|
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June 13, 2014
So far there are two volumes, and they begin with young protagonists who accomplish wonders through determination and courage. The people involved mature quickly with a great deal of effort manage to accomplish their goals. The tale of those efforts are highly entertaining. M...
July 05, 2017
A Reversal of Fortune
Celina is a slave. Well, she was a slave. A well meaning but slightly naive privateer saved her from space pirates. Now she's on a mission to save her sister before she suffers the same fate. It won't be easy. Her former masters are hot on her tail. One false move will land h...
December 26, 2017
Give this one a try!
Jamie McFarlane 's Fool Me Once (Privateer Tales, Book 2) is a very fast paced sci-fi adventure. While the story and characters are exciting, the relationship to the previous book protagonists was very superficial, which I personally found disappointing. However, that said, I...
January 03, 2017
Like the first book in the series, I think this book would appeal to young readers, 10 to 14 years old. It is too simplistic to engage the older YA audience. Based on the target reader I found the references to rape, brutality, etc., to be inappropriate.
Although I enjoyed the concept of the first...
August 26, 2017
This started awesome, then half way trough the author choose to change the main character personality so as to make her more lovable/pitiable, at the beginning I felt she was cool, cold, smart, kinda I'll do whatever to accomplish what I must accomplish.. but then she turned into a sobbing reckt...
August 11, 2017
The story didn’t start well, given her back-story Celina’s actions were not believable, there is absolutely no way the pirates would left alive after eighteen months of rape and abuse, especially as she knew they would come after her and her sister. I get really infuriated with authors that don’t...
July 16, 2017
I was expecting to see the characters from book one in this book, then I seen it was just a short story. I don't normally read short stories but every now and then i sneaks in there. This was a good read, but could have been longer and a different series all together. Just a good read.
August 30, 2017
Was hoping it was a continuation of Rookie Privateer was not expecting this seperate story. Pretty disappointing has a flat outline identical to Rookie Privateer. Enter the star character background be sure to play for some sympathy then buy lots of electronic toys, fight and end story.
March 16, 2017
Nice follow up to 1st novel in series
The was a nice follow up to the first book in the series. This tied up a loose end. I doubt we've seen the last of Lena and Talia. At least, I hope to see them both in future novels.
May 06, 2017
so pople disliked this but i quite enjoyed it,