Review: Fusion by S. Usher Evans

Posted February 16, 2016 by Emily in Review / 0 Comments

Review: Fusion by S. Usher EvansFusion by S. Usher Evans
Series: Razia #4
Published by Sun's Golden Ray Publishing on February 16, 2016
Genres: Science Fiction, romance
Pages: 217
Format: ebook
Source: Free for Review
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five-stars

Lyssa Peate has everything she thought she ever wanted. She's finally earned the respect of her fellow pirates, she's got a finger on the pulse on her scientist life, and she's got a core set of friends (and more-than-friends) that have her back. But deep down, she knows none of this goodness will last. And when she finds out a life-changing secret, she wonders if this is the end of her good life.
Piracy is a game. How do you win?
Fusion is the fourth book in S. Usher Evans' Razia series. Grab the first three books - Double Life, Alliances, and Conviction - and "get sucked" into this fun space opera series.

If there was ever a perfect finale for a series, this is it.

I almost want to end the review right there. There’s nothing else to say. I’ll try to continue though. Please forgive me if the rest of this is just me gushing about how adorable Sage is.

I love Sage.

Sage and Lyssa are so perfect for each other but only one of them admits it. Three guesses who is in touch with their emotions and the first two don’t count. Yes, its Lyssa. She is still completely unable to say what she wants. In all my reviews, I’ve said that she has so much growing to do. This book was the culmination of all of her personal growth and it was a long time coming. Razia and Lyssa finally get what’s coming to them.

Sage on the other hand takes the opposite path in this book. He’s spent this series as the calm one. Sage is the cool, collected foil to Lyssa’s ranting and raving. Lyssa always gives him plenty of reason to rant and rave, yet he just smiles. He’s understand and quick with a joke. He’s never taken Lyssa and her moods seriously. In Fusion, he finally breaks.

In fusion, the stakes are higher, the emotions are stronger, and the future is uncertain.

Read this book. It’s the best series ender I’ve ever read. It wraps up everything in the most satisfying way imaginable.

five-stars

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