From New York Times and USA Today best-selling author S. E. Smith comes an action-adventure and suspense-filled story to transport listeners out of this world.
Jasmine "Tinker" Bell has always had a love for life, looking forward to any new adventure that happens to come along. When a friend's experiment creates a portal to another world, she finds herself swept into a faraway star system she thought only existed in the movies.
J'kar 'Tag Krell Manok had given up hope of ever finding his bond mate. He is surprised when a pint-sized female unlike anything he has ever seen suddenly appears on his spaceship to save the life of his brother during an attack. When she is suddenly taken from him, he will do anything to get her back and claim her.
Two different worlds collide when Tink, a mechanic in a small college town, meets J'kar, a Prime warrior from a far-off galaxy. When Tink's life is in danger, only J'kar can save her. Now Tink has to decide if she is willing to give up everything she has ever known and loved to stay with the alien she has fallen in love with. Will their worlds survive the collision, or will they be torn apart?
©2010 Susan E. Smith (P)2015 Susan E. Smith
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4 out of 5 stars
By Farnham_red on 03-06-16

Bad start but gets better and better

What did you like most about Tink's Neverland?

The humour slight at the risk pf a slight spoiler but the "meg Ryan" scene in the canteen was really enjoyable and hilarious.

Did Suzanne Elise Freeman do a good job differentiating each of the characters? How?

I wasnt really that impressed with the narration - the female voices were not too bad but the male voices were not to good - also the narration was quite stilted at times
It did gradually get better though

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

Not really its not really a moving book

Any additional comments?

The story is very flimsy to begin with and I nearly gave up after the first hour, glad I carried on though as it got a lot better as it developed, though some of the characters are far too 2 dimensional. Obviously there are some fairly hot chapters which do work well.

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4 out of 5 stars
By Bookhound on 17-12-15

HMMMM Not sure about the narrator?

I really like the story line, but the verdict is still out on the narrator, or maybe not. Sometimes she sounds like she's just reading from the book.
Her male voices sound like they don't match up with big muscled aliens. Maybe she has a male friend reader who would maybe do the male voices?
But, the book is in audio and the narrator doesn't make you crazy when listening. Isn't that the best part? We all know there are narrators who can make you want to slam your kindle against a wall!!!
I don't get ticked off when doing mindless cleaning chores because I have my head wrapped up in the story. I just wish my husband would understand what that blinking blue light at my right ear means, 😕. Hands are working and brain is engaged.

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5 out of 5 stars
By MLM on 06-04-16

Loved the story but...

I loved this story but the narrator? Not so much. Her monotone, nearly emotionless reading nearly put me to sleep.

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3 of 3 people found this review helpful

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