DreaganStar Review – by Liz Logan, business woman

Loved DreaganStar!  Can’t wait for the next two books.  The setting on the moon was handled really well with mention of the location and atmospheric requirements without dwelling on the scientific aspects of it, which would have distracted from the main story line.  I read the book in three nights because it was hard to find a stopping point where I could put it down, so I just kept reading.  Time flew while I was engrossed in the book.  The best part for me was a couple of surprise twists because I hate it when I can figure out the whole story from the beginning.  My favorite character in the book was Samantha Alexander – so wonderful to read a story that has a strong, smart woman that is well versed in several vocations but still so able to be a woman.  I highly recommend this book to anyone that enjoys SciFi AND romance novels.  It’s a wonderful mix of both

Liz Logan 10-22-16

About Nan Klee

Nan Klee’s resume as a writer includes eight years as a weekly newspaper columnist, while she worked as a freelance writer, editor, reporter, photographer, and technical writer. She used her knowledge of Navy flight simulators, computer network training, and technical savvy to become a computer technician while working toward a Master’s degree in Writing and Rhetoric at San Diego State University. For many years, she worked as a technical editor and writer for Department of Defense contracting corporations that design and build combat aircraft and warships for our US military. Nan has written professionally for San Diego’s North County Times and a monthly column entitled Cranial Soup, for StellaNova Magazine, and has had a few poems and short stories published. As a kid, Nan Klee grew up on the South Side of Chicago, and later lived in Southern California for 37 years. Today, Nan lives in Eastern Tennessee with her kayak and her 4 computers.

About Nan Klee

Nan Klee’s resume as a writer includes eight years as a weekly newspaper columnist, while she worked as a freelance writer, editor, reporter, photographer, and technical writer. She used her knowledge of Navy flight simulators, computer network training, and technical savvy to become a computer technician while working toward a Master’s degree in Writing and Rhetoric at San Diego State University. For many years, she worked as a technical editor and writer for Department of Defense contracting corporations that design and build combat aircraft and warships for our US military. Nan has written professionally for San Diego’s North County Times and a monthly column entitled Cranial Soup, for StellaNova Magazine, and has had a few poems and short stories published. As a kid, Nan Klee grew up on the South Side of Chicago, and later lived in Southern California for 37 years. Today, Nan lives in Eastern Tennessee with her kayak and her 4 computers.