Nate Lowe wants to get married but girlfriend Tina Cain just isn’t feeling it. They have a good relationship and love each other but she’s sure she isn’t cut out of wife material and she is definitely dragging her feet. Between fighting aliens and constantly fighting for their lives…marriage doesn’t seem like a good idea. Nate and Tina will go on a journey of personal discovery and alien adventure. This is a continuation of the Felig Chronicles. The writing was good quality and consistent throughout the entire book. I believe had I read the other books in the Felig Chronicles, I would have better understood some of the terminology and situations. For example because it is a continuation of a series…it picks up from the last book. I would not recommend reading this as a standalone novel, because it can be quite confusing because of the great details, characters, and their history. Nonetheless, with the action packed pages and tension between Nate and Tina, the story is quick flowing and interesting. I would recommend reading them in order.
When not blasting alien Felig into small bits, Nate Lowe and Tina Cain are like any other co-habitating couple. In spite of some serious personal differences and a few assassination attempts on them, they’ve managed to find time to fall in love. Ready to take them to a new level in their relationship, Nate is pressing Tina for a more lasting union. Despite loving him, Tina is reticent. What’s the problem? On another front, the resilient Felig are giving the word union a whole new meaning.