The Star Prince Mass Market Paperback – 2001
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Ian Hamilton, an Earth dweller who was the heir to the Trade Federation and crown prince of the Vash empire, was deep undercover. He posed as Ian Stone, a trader of black market items. He was determined to bring the human people of Earth, the Vash people of Sienna, and all the people in the Federation together in peace! However, freak accidents and bad luck kept getting in the way. When his pilot died, Ian's crew was stranded on an awful world called Donavan's Blunder. Ian's critical mission would have failed right there, had a spunky pilot, Tee, not happened to appear. But neither Ian nor Tee told the other who they really were.
King Romlijhian, Tee's uncle, sent Gann Truelénne after the runaway princess. To do so, Gann had to hire Lara Ros, a master tracker. Gann and Lara clashed instantly, but are forced to work together if they were to succeed.
The galaxy would never be the same again!
***** In a word, "W-O-W!" And throw in a few "WOO-HOO's!" Why? Because Susan Grant has created an amazing universe with some very interesting characters to turn it upside-down! The story was well written and very believable. I could not help but cheer Tee's bravery. When the name "Susan Grant" is on the cover, readers best hold onto their seats because it's going to be one heck of a ride! *****
Reviewed by Detra Fitch of Huntress Reviews.
Tee'ah Dar has fled her life as a Vash Princess. Never having the freedom to make her own choices, not even choosing the man she marries, Tee'ah is sick to death of her life as a pampered princess. The only thing she has ever done behind her family's back is learn how to fly, the one thing that she can't live without doing. When her father finds out, Tee'ah knows that she can't stay and keep suffocating under her father's rule, or her heart will slowly die. When she meets Ian, he seems a gift from God, or so she thought. What she didn't know was that he was the prince of the galaxy and if he knew who she was, he would return her before she could say 'Earthdweller'.
Tee'ah and Ian's story is truly heartwarming. All her life Tee'ah has been taught to put the needs of others above the needs of few. This once she has denied her heritage and fallen in love in the process. Ian has done everything he can to please Rom, and not end up like his father, who treats women as bad as he ever treated his mother. Ian has a rolemodel in Rom who he wants to be proud of him, but he doesn't think he could give up the love of his life.
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Now after month in the frontier, Ian's intuition tells him that the set backs, ship malfunctions and pilot problems are not coincidence. Since first contact, the people of earth have approved being a part of intergalactic Trade Foundation and liked the Vash. Now propaganda for "Earth First" seeks to undermine that alliance. If earth withdraws from the alliance, others may follow, thereby undermining the stability of the entire galaxy. Ian's mission is to learn if the earth's unrest has spread to the frontiers of the galaxy.
The Vash possess a long and well-respected heritage. Eleven thousand years ago they nearly destroyed their own civilization. A group formed of eight families at last brought a long lasting peace to their people. Thousands of years later, they still adhere to the teachings set down by their forefathers. Unfortunately, that includes the tradition of keeping their royal women in seclusion. When Princess Tee'ah learns of the possibilities for women from her earth bound cousin, her spirit longs to fly free.
Tee manages to learn to become a pilot, but when her father learns of her skill, he's outraged. Worse, Vash do not marry for love, but for political alliance. Her prospective husband will also never approve of her free spirit. So during a ferocious storm, Tee affects her escape.Read more ›
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This book by Susan is my second, after reading Contact and enjoying that one I quickly found this one and Star Princess. Read morePublished on July 18 2004 by keiko
I love the time travel aspect. I wish Susan Grant had written more books like this. I read it all the way through. Read morePublished on Sept. 18 2002
Very good story, very entertaining... although I'd prefer more on what happened between Gann and Lara. Read morePublished on Feb. 9 2002
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Tee'ah Dar is the only daughter of one of the eight original ruling families or the Vash Nadah people, and the niece of the ruling king, Rom B'Kah. Read more
Princess Tee'ah Dar was sick of enduring life in isolation as Vash Nadah tradition demanded. In a desperate bid for freedom, Tee'ah stole a starspeeder to begin a new life doing... Read morePublished on Nov. 24 2001 by Huntress Reviews
As much as I enjoyed THE STAR KING, I could not imagine enjoying a sequel any more but I must say that I did! THE STAR PRINCE is every bit as wonderful as THE STAR KING was! Read morePublished on Nov. 21 2001 by Kathy Boswell
Ian Hamilton's upbringing had not prepared him to become the crown prince of the galaxy. His life took that strange turn after his mother married Rom B'kah, and his new stepfather... Read morePublished on Nov. 20 2001 by KG McCullough
Once again, Susan Grant has the uncanny knack for pulling you into her bookï¿½s adventure so that you can feel the starspeeder shudder, see the blackness of space, hear the... Read morePublished on Nov. 15 2001 by Amazon Customer
A Vash Prince, Rom B'kah "adopted" the twin teenage children (Ian and Ilana) of his beloved Jas as his own. Read morePublished on Nov. 9 2001 by Harriet Klausner