An Intergalactic Win for Readers: Silver Serenade by Nancy J. Cohen

Silver Serenade is by well-known and long-time writer Nancy J. Cohen. Taking her pen back to futuristic romance, Cohen pens a galactic tale of space intrigue and political drama which pits S.I.N. agent Silver Malloy against pilot Jace Vernon, who is forced to flee his home after he is framed for his parents murder. He’s trying to clear his name and find his missing sister when is runs into strong-willed assassin Silver, who is after a terrorist about to start an intergalactic war.  Jace realizes the same terrorist may be partly responsible for his own parent’s death and might have taken his sister. He wants to work with Silver as a partner, not a captive.

As Cohen juxtaposes their galactic pursuits with their budding romance, her novel takes the reader on one explosive ride in outer space. The sexy scenes are over-the-top hot and steamy and the action scenes are packed full of energy. Platinum-haired Silver is extremely strong-willed, independent and blazingly independent as Jace tries to gently tame her wild, mission-focused personality and show her another way, a way in which they can work together to both succeed in their agendas and save the universe at the same time.

With many interesting cast of secondary characters, the book is a thrill ride of twists, turns, and excitement. You’ll want to keep reading to see if Jace can truly win Silver’s love and take their relationship past just some romps in the bed. About the middle of the book is when I truly became even more interested in turning more pages in one sitting. I loved this book most from the middle to the end. I won’t spoil, but the quest they take to fulfill a major mission is visually stunning in my mind and engaging, as well as meaningful to the characters and you’ll be pulling for them to win out.

If you like science fiction fantasy, as well as romance, this book will hook you by the middle and keep you reading. A book of intergalactic proportions as well as action and romance are concerned. 

Nancy J. Cohen is a paranormal romance and murder mystery with a touch of hilarious author. With Silver Serenade she returned to the genre she started out in, futuristic romances.  She has written many fiction genres over the years and will soon publish the 10th in the Bad Hair Day mystery series in early 2012. 

Nancy and her husband are empty nesters who live in the Fort Lauderdale area. When she is not busy writing, Nancy enjoys reading, fine dining, outlet shopping, and cruising.  You can find out more about Nancy Cohen at www.nancyjcohen.com, including her other titles.

Silver Serenade can be found at Wild Rose Press, http://www.thewildrosepress.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=191&products_id=4138, as well as Amazon and Barnes and Noble. It’s available in print and digital e-book form, both.

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Thanks, Nancy, for sending me the book to review! I enjoyed it. Nancy in no way twisted my arm or offered me any of my favorite foods in return for a positive review. The opinions are my own.

 

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5 responses to “An Intergalactic Win for Readers: Silver Serenade by Nancy J. Cohen

  1. Thank you so much for the fabulous review. I’m so glad you enjoyed this story. It truly was a book of the heart tale that I had to write. I will broadcast your review site.

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  2. What a wonderful review! And well deserved, of course. Nancy is such a talented writer, and her imagination is awesome. I love her mysteries, but I’m so glad she decided to revisit futuristic romance.

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  3. Another homerun for Nancy! Her books are always a great read!

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  4. IB

    Excellent review! Congratulations Nancy

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