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We now find Aida as a major and her transformation continues to make her more emotionally human with this book having her involved in a, minimally, physical relationship. Due to the total annihilation of both the SOLCOM and Alliance fleets for reasons unknown, both sides agree to meet to discuss a peace treaty and Major Aida has been given the unwanted assignment of acting as the SOCOM ambassador's personal bodyguard. While both sides had ulterior motives (mostly intel gathering), neither wanted any conflict that might start another war. Unbeknownst to either side, a third party had other plans and early on, things went sideways.
ah, Aida was now in her element!
Both the writing and narration are still quite good.
This series has improved book by book. At the moment, I would say it is higher than a Tanya Huff, closing in on a condensed Peter F Hamilton. I can see the action so clearly in my mind, it's better than a movie. My only gripe is the occasional mispronounced word, though rare enough not to take me out of the action.