Release & Giveaway! Starbound (Starstruck #3) by Brenda Hiatt

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Starbound
by Brenda Hiatt
Publication date: June 24th 2014
Category: YA
Genre: Sci-Fi, Romance

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Being a Princess isn’t all it’s cracked up to be!

Between keeping high security secrets from everyone (including Rigel) and trying to keep Rigel and Sean from killing each other (with no help from Trina, of course!) M has more than enough on her plate already.

She knew that as newly discovered Princess of a secret Martian colony, she’d have to return there someday—but over spring break?? An emergency requires her immediate presence but not everyone is overjoyed to have their long-lost Princess back. Can she win her people over in time to save the colony from destruction? And what will she have to give up in return?

Book 3 of New York Times bestselling author Brenda Hiatt’s electrifying new Starstruck series!


~Excerpt from Starstruck~

It was an intense relief when the bell finally rang for lunch. No matter how I tried, I hadn’t been able to ignore my awareness of Rigel behind me. If anything, it had increased as the class wore on. I was out of my seat before the bell stopped, eager to get away from his disturbing influence. But as I reached the door, I felt my feet slowing, like I wanted him to catch up.

Disgusted at my weakness, I sped up, practically jogging to the cafeteria. Not till I’d gone through the lunch line did I glance back and sure enough, there was Rigel. Trina was right behind him, wearing a smug smile, clearly hoping everyone was noticing who she was with.

With a snort aimed as much at myself as at Trina, I went to an empty table near the windows and deliberately sat with my back to the room. I was opening my juice box when Bri slipped into the seat across from me. “Hey! You’re into window seats today, aren’t you?”

I shrugged. “Sunshine is good for my mood.”

“Can I have your banana?” she asked as Deb joined us with her tray.

“Sure. That’s why I got one.” I never ate bananas, as my friends well knew.

“So, how was—” Bri began, when she was interrupted by a hiss from Deb, who was staring over my shoulder.
I nearly turned, but stopped myself. “What?”

“Don’t look now,” Deb whispered, “but Rigel Stuart is headed Right. Toward. Us.” Beside her, Bri nodded, wide-eyed.

“Stop staring!” I held perfectly still, trying to be inconspicuous.

But then it didn’t matter because he was standing right next to me, his nearness zinging through me again like an electrical current. I swallowed once, convulsively, and looked up past his lean, muscled chest to find him regarding me with those amazing greenish eyes in that impossibly perfect face.

“Marsha, isn’t it?” he said.

Unable to form words, I nodded.

“Hi. I’m Rigel Stuart.”


~About the Author~

brenda hiatt

Brenda Hiatt is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of nearly twenty novels (so far), including traditional Regency romance, time travel romance, historical romance, and humorous mystery. She is as excited about her new young adult science fiction Starstruck series as she’s ever been about any of her books. In addition to writing, Brenda is passionate about embracing life to the fullest, to include scuba diving, Taekwondo, hiking, traveling, and reading, of course!

Brenda’s Website | Twitter | Facebook | Goodreads


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Wife, mother, blogger, author, gamer, and a lover of the culinary arts. Toni lives in Michigan with her husband and four children. If she's not writing or curled up with a book, you'll most likely find her playing with her kids, baking cupcakes, or killing zombies.
  • Brenda Hiatt

    Thank you SO MUCH for posting this, Toni! I loved meeting you at UtopYA Con last weekend! 🙂

    • My pleasure, Brenda! It was so lovely meeting you at UtopYA. I hope we’ll see each other again soon!

  • Erin F

    I haven’t started this series yet and it sounds very good 🙂 Thanks for sharing!

  • pjsharon

    I just added it to my Kindle, Brenda! Best of luck with the books:-)

  • Amie Stockton

    I have not had a chance to start the series yet.

  • Sherry Russell

    no, not yet.

  • marypreston

    No, but on my list.

  • No I had never heard of it intil now.

  • Not yet, but it sounds good.

  • Delphina Miyares

    I have not, but it looks really good.

  • Brigitte Hermoso

    I want to win 🙂

  • I haven’t yet, but now that it’s on my radar, I totally will. 🙂

  • Marcia Berbeza

    I love the variety in YA literature now. When I was in high school you read Heinlein or Norton for Sci-Fic. And Norton was the ONLY woman out there. Then came MacCaffrey and the gates flew open. Over the years, more and more women have contributed. Congrats on this series!