The Scarlet Empress
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RITA® winner and New York Times & USA Today bestselling author Susan Grant sweeps readers into a dangerous and thrilling world of the future in this romantic and action-packed series...
The 2176 Freedom Series Book #2
Shot down over North Korea, Air Force fighter pilot Cam “Scarlet” Tucker is imprisoned and put in bio-stasis. She is awakened 160 years later to learn that her wingmate and best friend also survived. Now the “legendary” Banzai Maguire, Bree is being held for treason in the country that was once the United States.
Cam has problems of her own—big problems. She’s in the masterful hands of Prince Kyber, the dictator whom her friend thwarted. He won’t get fooled again. With the mysterious Shadow Voice urging revolution, and her friend in chains, Cam wants the sexy emperor on her side—and maybe a whole lot more. But her role in the thrilling mission to save her country has to come first. Banzai wouldn’t surrender, and Cam won’t either. It’s time to give a royal butt kicking, and Cam knows just where to start.
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The Scarlet Empress
This book is about two women who are Air Force Pilots who were shot down over North Korea and kidnapped by a scientist. The scientist put them in cryogenic sleep. When they woke, the world had changed and they found themselves separated from each other and on the front lines of a revolution. The United States is gone and they do not like what has taken it's place. They each find an ally and fall in love. This is the second book in the series. I liked how believable this new world is and how two women, displaced in time, fit into it. I couldn't put it down. I stayed up all night reading it until I finished it. I just HAD to see what was going to happen next. This book is full of adventure and romance. This book is a stand alone but the book is better if you have read the previous book as some of the characters from the first book are in this book. I voluntarily left a review from an ARC.