Lucky is a little more heavy on the romance than I'd expected, but that's not a knock on it. The chemistry between Trigg, Lucky, and the whole crew is fantastic. The world is dirty, gritty, and deadly. There's very much a Jane Austen feel to the story that revolves around Trigg and Lucky navigating their relationship both professionally and romantically. Eventually, a mystery enshrouds the crew, and that manages to throw in some nice twists to their dynamics. I love the blending of the southwest into the great expanse of space. Through dialogue and culture of the colonies especially, you get a real idea of how their world was built without stopping the adventure to info dump their history.