Switched Resolution by Diane Burton is the third book in the Switched trilogy.
Actions have consequences as Space Fleet Captain Marcus Viator and NASA reject Scott Cherella discover when they switched places. Does the reserved Marcus have what it takes to imitate his smart-aleck twin? Despite help from his love, Veronese, Scott’s already been outed by two of Marcus’ best friends.
When rebels steal the ship with part of the crew aboard, Scott has to rescue them and retrieve the Freedom. The stakes increase when he discovers the rebels are heading for Earth. They know he’s a fraud and they want Marcus. The safety of the Alliance of Planets depend on Scott and his allies—Veronese and Marcus’ friends.
Switched Resolution, which wraps up the Switched series, takes the reader from Earth—where Marcus adjusts to a pregnant Jessie—to the starship Freedom commandeered by rebels, to the chase ship with Scott and Veronese aboard.
Switched Resolution has once again fulfilled all my Space Opera wishes. This time we follow the lives of all four of the main characters. It’s a heady ride and more than once I felt sorry for the characters. Although Mark and Jessie had their fair share of trouble on Earth, my favourite parts were in space with Scott and Veronese. Before they have the chance to catch their breaths after one conflict, they are catapulted into another. Diane Burton does a great job of keeping the reader reading page after page. I loved where Scott meets with General Porcazier near the end.
One of my favourite characters worried me for awhile, but he showed me he still qualified to stay on my list.
As I’ve said previously, I read all three books of the Switched trilogy one after the other and enjoyed each one.
You can read my review of Switched by Diane Burton here
You can read my review of Switched Too by Diane Burton here
Diane Burton combines a love of mystery, adventure, science fiction, and romance into writing romantic fiction. Diane grew up in the Detroit-area and has lived in Missouri and southwest Michigan, as well as a brief stint in Chicagoland. She’s been a parks & recreation supervisor, an inventory clerk for a flute store, and a long-time volunteer for Girl Scouts. She also worked for an oil and gas exploration company where she discovered the cure for insomnia–reading oil and gas leases. Other than writing, her longest-running job was as a teacher where she taught elementary kids for over 10 years. Diane and her husband currently reside in mid-Michigan.
Diane is the author of the Switched series, space adventures with romance, and is a contributor to the How I Met My Husband anthology.
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