One was sent to kill…
One would do the killing…
Enemies will become allies…
Alone they’re formidable…
Together they’re unstoppable.
Please don’t let them discover our escape. Not yet. Just a little longer and we might have a chance.
After escaping from her own personal Hell, Amara finds herself in a foreign kingdom, being called an “Angel” for saving the kingdom’s only prince when she escaped. But there’s something off about the kingdom of Ula, and Amara intends to find out what.
She’s tormented by her past, suffering night after night of nightmares. In daylight, she flinches at the lightest touch, and snaps at people for no reason.
Little does she know, more people are going missing. Princes. Princesses. What’s going on? And will she and the king of Ula be able to help stop it?
One call. Mila answered one call.
An accident of birth has left her on the run since the world discovered people like her existed. Off the grid, she gets a call from an old friend. She answers.
Now, her friend is dead, and she’s taken her place on a deceptively old space ship. But the people who killed her friend think she’s still alive, and they’re gunning for Mila, who’s borrowed her face.
Can she get away with it?
With a Captain increasingly suspicious, security personnel dogging her every move, and an assassin lurking somewhere on board, an assassin who could be anyone, will she survive long enough to figure out why her friend was killed?
- Blog Category – Mila’s Shift
Even though Captain Tristan Faulk and his crew succeeded in their mission, the Earth is spinning toward disaster. The hunt for the group responsible for the sabotage of the USS Orleans continues still, and they don’t know who they can trust as Tristan is assigned a new mission, a mission that puts Tristan and his crew yet again in the thick of it.
They start their mission, knowing full well another sabotage is not only likely, but inevitable.
But a darker threat looms on the horizon, and it just might threaten two races into extinction. As a greater threat draws steadily closer, will humans and the Incirrina be able to fight side by side, saving both their kind? Will humanity be able to put aside its many differences to act as one? Or will it all just be too late to make a difference?