For Promise Yet Unbroken

For Promise Yet Unbroken
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Less Than Three Press
Release Date
December 2015
Book 2 of No Man's Land
Fantasy Romance, LGBTQ, Romantic Science Fiction/Futuristic

Jeremey has been an unrepentant troublemaker since the day he learned to walk, with no intention of slowing down—until the day tragedy struck.

Now a young man, Jeremey seeks to make amends for his wild youth and fulfill an unspoken promise he once made years ago to the people of Noman. All he needs is a dragon and a chance to prove himself, which is easier said than done in the face of a crashed spaceship, hostile aliens, a deadly plague, and interstellar war.

Still, if there's anyone up to the task, it's Jeremey Jasper, troublemaker extraordinaire.

Book Review by Breann (reviewer)
Dec 28, 2015   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
175 people found the following review helpful
After reading the first book, my only complaint was that I wished it was longer... I got my wish in book 2!

When he was young, Jeremy was always getting into trouble. Everyone in the town of Deadwood Gulch knew who he was and to keep an extra eye on the ornery kid.

Now as an adult, and after losing his parents, Jeremy has promised to take care of the people in Noman. He gets himself a dragon he named Promise and does just that.

I continue to love the western, sci-fi setting. Jeremy was like a cowboy, but with dragons and blasters instead of horses and guns. The setting was described and shown wonderfully. I could clearly envision every place and scene.

Jeremy and Promise were an awesome team and kicked some major ass together. Their planet is confronted with outsiders when they crashed on Noman's. Jeremy had to learn to be careful with who he trusted.

There is a lovely romance for Jeremy. I wasn't sure where things were headed, as there were some twists and turns. But I was so happy with where he ended up! His love story was very PG, but nothing less than sweet and endearing.

FOR PROMISE YET UNBROKEN was a fun, fast-paced, adventure with Jeremy and his dragon. More of a YA story than the first book, but still an awesome ride filled with space cowboys.
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