Made in the Stars

Made in the Stars Mankind has spread to dozens of worlds throughout the universe and traveling to another world is as simple as stepping through a wormhole or walking onto a Starliner to travel through hyperspace Find

  • Title: Made in the Stars
  • Author: Jim Proctor
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 459
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Mankind has spread to dozens of worlds throughout the universe, and traveling to another world is as simple as stepping through a wormhole or walking onto a Starliner to travel through hyperspace Finding true love across the vastness of space has been relegated to mathematical algorithms and supercomputers Keylann Ascentia is looking for love With the aid of her Mate TeMankind has spread to dozens of worlds throughout the universe, and traveling to another world is as simple as stepping through a wormhole or walking onto a Starliner to travel through hyperspace Finding true love across the vastness of space has been relegated to mathematical algorithms and supercomputers Keylann Ascentia is looking for love With the aid of her Mate Technician, Torina Gates, her search takes her to new worlds As much as some things change, others remain the same Sometimes, when you least expect it, love finds you.

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    467 thoughts on “Made in the Stars

    • This was overall a cute story, but often felt awkward and rushed, plus I really couldn't relate to the main character's horror at one of the "twists".I still feel like the concept was good though, and this could have been better if it was longer and less rushed.


    • I really enjoyed this book. There was just enough back story to pull me in, and the hint of angst made me stay. Lovely, cute, and a quick read. Definitely recommend!


    • I am a huge fan of science fiction and an even greater fan of short stories. The two come together in this wonderfully spun tale, "Made in the Stars" by Jim Proctor.Keylann is looking for a soul-mate and will go anywhere in the universe to find one. She hires a "Mate Technician" (Torina) to ferret out possibly matches across the galaxy, and this is where the story begins.With wormholes to get from planet to planet, the travel is easy and the other worlds can be reached within hours. The only dra [...]


    • I found this to be the perfect distraction whilst waiting for a CT scan. Short enough to fit into the hour I had to sit drinking far too much water, but written in such a way that I easily became drawn into a different world, one far removed from beige walls and that hospital smell.This was a refreshing change from your 'run of the mill' love story and, though I did eventually see how the tale would pan out, there were a few things I didn't see coming. I particularly liked the author's use of 'f [...]


    • First time I've read not only work from this Author but also this genre. It was a light, enjoyable, quick read.Who doesn't want to find their life mate? Some are searching, some of us have found. How fun and cool would it be if this could be done in this futuristic way? Heck, everything futuristic in this short story would be cool!I am very picky with books I read and want a fine balance between dialogue and details / descriptions. For that reason I rate this 4 stars. I found myself wanting more [...]


    • It's been a while since I've read a short story with no obligation to review it.Let me explain how amusing this story was to me with this one quote:“This isn’t some backwards planet,” he interrupted. “We have all the latest reconstructive nanotechnology available. If you turned out to be a really nice person, we could fix all of your physical flaws.”Anyway, I enjoyed this story and it was really cute. I wish there was more to it at the end, because it felt a bit too rushed like it was [...]


    • Made In The Stars is a very sweet, quick read by Author Jim Proctor. It's about Keylann, a woman looking for love in a time when humanity has spread out across the galaxy. Her previous dates have gone horribly, but her Mate Tech, Torina, has one final date to end it all. Entertaining and quick, Made In The Stars is a fantastic read. It's very hard for an author to accurately place the right elements into a short that makes it a brilliant story. Jim Proctor does it with finesse, telling a terrifi [...]


    • I liked this story. It was really cute and sweet. I was really intrigued with all the worlds and was really fascinated with the futuristic technology. I wanna travel by wormhole to distant planets. My only complaint is that I did think the ending was a tad rainbows and kittens. I would recommend this short story for those looking for a quick read in the science fiction romance genre. Platypire Blog Review


    • This is a well written short story, set in the future, following Keylann as she 'steps' around the Universe looking for her ideal date.There is good story telling here but I wanted more substanced less love interest! Keylann, her life and her story are beautifully set up to take the reader into a longer book. I will be looking out for more stories by this author.


    • This is a really sweet romance short, in a sci-fi setting. The story pulls you in right from the start, and takes you on a journey across the galaxy, where poor Key is not having the best of luck on her blind dates. A great lunchtime read!


    • It was okay but Keylee is very picky and has high standards on a mate, her mate tech had her date many men and none of them meet her standards but found out her tech has a secrete.


    • Keylann has a problem--she is unable to find the perfect mate. Living in the future, when humanity is spread throughout the universe, isn't easy for a young woman looking for love. Thus, she hires a Mate Technician, Torina, to help her find the perfect someone. After seven failed dates, Key is about to give up. Torina, however, promises that the next date will be the one to end all dates. Key agrees to one last hook-up, hoping to find the m an of her dreams. What she finds, however, is better. " [...]


    • 2.5 stars. This is a novella, so I'm keeping that in mind as I review because there's obviously not much time for plot development, and certainly not character development either. But things at the end just escalated so quickly that I was stuck in this face of skeptical (slightly mocking) disbelief. But it was cute too! I think the fact that I figured out the exact way the remainder of the plot would go by 35% of the way in played a part in the lower rating as well. Keylann, our main character, [...]


    • This is a short story, and that is one of my complaints about it. It whetted my appetite for the worlds portrayed, but it didn't satisfy the hunger it created. I would have absolutely loved it if it were developed into a full length book (I think), showing me more details of the worlds, daily life, and the dates. I can't hold it's brevity against it for my rating though, so I won't, but I really would love to read a longer version of the story.In spite of it's brevity, I felt like this story did [...]


    • I'm not sure this really deserves 2*, but it was endearing enough to make me feel guilty about giving it just one.Very clunky writing, especially the first few pages when the tech is explained - which, in the end wasn't even necessary. At its core is a good idea, but the execution left a lot to be desired. I think a simpler setting would have done it better justice. But, hey at least it took only a few minutes to read.


    • This was only the third Sci-Fi story I'd read in over 20 years and I have to say that I don't usually read romances, or even stories with what I consider to be too much romance in them. This was therefore an exception. Jim Proctor obviously plans his storylines well and indeed the futuristic worlds his heroine Keylann Ascentia inhabits. On the strength of this book I will certainly read Jim Proctor's other Sci-Fi novels.


    • Good short story about how love may just be right in front of you all the time, all you have to do is open your heart and look. That is the case for Keylann, who is looking for a mate, but no one seems to fit into what she feels a good mate would be. This is a fun quick read and even if you think you might have guessed the perfect mate for Keylann, getting to the conclusion is fun and maybe you might be surprised.



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