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Changing Tides (New Reality #14)

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Brett DeMarco is a First Lieutenant in Aelland’s Security Forces and hopes to become the head of intelligence someday. After the death of his fiancé, Brett threw himself into his work, dodging his father’s attempts to get him to marry the right woman, never doubting the career path he’d chosen.

Orion Hellman is the base commander’s personal assistant, has never spoken a wor
ebook, 168 pages
Published April 23rd 2014 by Resplendence Publishing (first published April 22nd 2014)
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Jun 04, 2014 JustJen "Miss Conduct" rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: mm, ebook, sci-fi, bgirls

A review by The Blogger Girls.

I admit, the cover lured me into this one. I’m not normally into futuristic type stories, but I was intrigued enough to give it a shot. I wasn’t disappointed.

This is a world a bit in the future (the country is now called Aelland), where the government has basically taken over everything, having the say in who can eat what, who can sell what and to whom, etc. There are strict rules in place concerning marrying and reproduction. Men must choose to marry by the age of
Jan 28, 2015 Suze rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Recommended to Suze by: Won from author n TNA
Futuristic setting, with a dictator/government controlled establishment.
This is book 14 of a multi-author series so I guess history of how the current environment occurred has been set up in these, though it is a dystopian version of now so not too big a jump for me to grasp (futuristic not one of my normal reads).
Brett has been brainwashed into the mind set of government slave - what they say is right, even when he is setup by his superiors. He is led to safety by Orion, who has played th
Tracey Lampley
Aug 23, 2014 Tracey Lampley rated it really liked it
In Changing Tides you find an emotionally wounded hero who’s starving for love and affection. From the start the author creates suspense. The setting, the characterization and the plot keep you turning the pages. If you’re up for a different kind of romance, this book is for you. I rate this book a four-star read.

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