Read Starfall (Starflight #2) Online Free - When Princess Cassia Rose fled her home world of Eturia to escape an arranged marriage to a bloodthirsty prince and prevent a coup, she had no idea her sudden departure would spark a war. Now after two years hiding as a lowly ship hand, she finally has the chance to return home and make peace, but not in the way she imagined. Shackled by bounty hunters, she is violently dragged back to account for her crimes. Her only solace is that the Banshee crew managed to evade capture, including Kane Arric, her best friend... with occasional benefits.
Meanwhile, Kane and the rest of the crew of the Banshee, including Solara and Doran, are planning a desperate rescue mission. But when they arrive on Eturia, they find Cassia ruling her home planet, having imprisoned the rogue prince who would have overthrown her family. Deep down, Kane knows that Cassia can't rule her world and be with the bastard son of a business man, but he's also sure she returns his feelings, and that makes the circumstances all the more painful. When the outer realms are threatened by the dangerous Zhang mafia, Cassia, Kane and the rest of the Banshee crew rally to protect the population from widespread enslavement. The reunion forces Cassia to consider who her true family is and if she can live without the boy who has been there for her through thick and thin.
|Title||:||Starfall (Starflight #2)|
|Number of Pages||:||368 pages|
February 20, 2017
“I think you’ll look back and regret letting go of the person you really loved.” Renny reached out, covering her hand with his. “The one who was there for so long you stopped noticing his shine.”
•I've been waiting for Starfall since I read the lovely Starflight this summer, and I was so sure I...
April 13, 2017
I think I just fell into a bucket of sadness. And it's not even a comfortable bucket. It's a small and squished bucket and I'm slightly confused while I drown. Because I adored Starflight and this is the companion novel that follows Kane and Cassia as the leading characters buuuuuut...it kind of...
February 16, 2017
2.5 stars. THIS MAKES ME SO SAD. I absolutely loved Starflight, but this sequel was nowhere near the same kind of story. All of the characters I loved in the first book were reduced to bland supporting characters who barely resembled themselves. The first book had awesome action scenes, a huge un...
February 20, 2017
“Cassia had a feeling Kane might not follow her instructions to the letter, but she never expected him to come barreling into the docking lot with Arabelle hoisted over one shoulder, shielding his head with his free arm and yelling like his pants were on fire. Behind him, Doran and Solara ran th...
February 13, 2017
DNF at 50%
♣Remember I read Starflight a few days and loved it immediately. I loved the space-adventure and fun and most importantly the characters. Especially the side-characters; Cassia and Kane.
♣I was so glad when I heard the next book will be about them as main-characters. Cassie and Kane ha...
February 12, 2017
i spent 80% of time almost hating this book
March 31, 2017
Moving on in the Starflight universe but with Cassia and Kane as viewpoint characters rather than Doran and Solara.
Cassia is a princess on the run from an arranged marriage to a vile neighboring kingdom. Kane is her loyal friend but kept at a distance because Cassia wouldn't be able to marry him....
March 18, 2017
“The truth hurt more than lies.”
I've been so impressed with Melissa Landers' books in the past, with Starflight being my favourite, but this book was nothing close to her best. The characters weren't as good, the romance was annoying, and the plot had great potential, but unfortunately didn't de...
February 25, 2017
In my life I have read several bad second books, but nothing like this.
If I had to describe it I would call it a middle grade book with some strange sexual innuendo.
Disappointment doesn't ever start to cover how I felt toward this book.
There was nothing that worked for it, not a single thing and...
April 16, 2017
Not quite 3 stars, Starfall is an OK read, but not great. It is a disappointment compared to the first book, Starflight, which was seriously entertaining.
The plotting here was less than meticulous, and the cliche language which added to the campy entertainment in Starflight just fell flat in this...