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Reviewed by Stephanie Chapman for Readers' Favorite
Deacon’s Star, the third book in M.C. Solaris’ Orion’s Order Series, features Deacon and his tumultuous relationship with Starr. After Starr tells Deacon they could never be together, she disappears from his life. Deacon cannot stop believing there was more between them, which costs him his relationship with Elise. When Deacon reconnects with Starr, he refuses to give up on her. Meanwhile, Nico is still missing, and Aleia shows her feelings for Reid. However, she internally battles with knowing Nico sacrificed himself to save her from Barker. Every night, she sleeps in Nico’s room with Akira. The Order knows it is only a matter of time before the Mastermind rises again. When a powerful mentalist goes missing, everyone finds there is an increasing number of powerful Specians gathering to support changing the world.
Overall, Deacon’s Star strikingly describes the dynamics in the relationships between the members of the Order to show their unbreakable bonds. Transitioning views through all the well-developed characters is easy to follow. Starr is the most frustrating character I have ever encountered. However, Solaris executes the epic female who is fierce on the outside but a complete mess emotionally. I couldn’t fathom how Deacon could tolerate her constant avoidance behavior. Aleia’s turmoil is something I understood. Reid had hurt her before but was showing support for her pining over Nico. I think Reid privately has a crush on Nico, too. Deacon’s Star by M.C. Solaris is the perfect fantasy that will place you in the Specian world with the right amount of action, suspense, and romance. I enthusiastically look forward to the next book in the series.