(The Navy of Humanity: Wasp Squadron Book 4)
by Jonathan Brazee (2019)
She has spent her career building a reputation. No one wants to mess with Beth when she’s behind the stick of her fighter, but this time, she’s not flying it. Can the Navy’s biggest bad-ass ace get the job done without her tech?
After my high praise of the first three books, I realize this was mainly due to the path of the protagonist through training to become an Ace pilot. Now she is the best, even gets medals for it. Now she has a mission which she carries out, with difficulty but ultimately gets the job done.
Now that she has been set-up as practically indestructible, she is less interesting. The story is simple and without the intrigue of the previous stories.