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Lieutenant Jackson Peterson thought he knew who the enemy was. A bitter war with the Kelsairans made it abundantly clear. When Jackson saves a Kelsairan woman from a wrecked ship, the line is suddenly blurred. The enemy isn’t what the government said they were and he can no longer blindly follow orders. A shocking discovery leads Jackson down a sinister path of intrigue th ...more
Kindle Edition, 170 pages
Published November 15th 2017
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N.N. Light
Jan 11, 2018 rated it really liked it
All your life, you’ve fought against a race but what happens when you rescue one and realize it was all a lie?



Jackson’s in a military prison serving his term for insubordination when a Kelsairan woman whom he rescued long ago arrives in handcuffs, accused of treason and horrific crimes. He hasn’t thought about her in years and never knew her true identity: she’s Kheda, a fierce Kelsairan warrior and the one responsible for many of his comrades’ deaths. Conflict wars within Jackson as he sifts t
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Sadie Forsythe
2.5

This wasn't bad, just simple. Simple in it's writing and narration style and simple in it's plotting. By this I mean the writing is readable, but not elaborate (and it REALLY needs another editing pass, especially to look a punctuation), the narration is a straight forward first person, past tense monologue and the plotting is....well, here's where it all falls apart really. It's simple and not deeply thought out.

For example, in all the universe the two characters get put in the same single p
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Keisha Fladrick
Feb 03, 2018 rated it it was amazing
I found this story to be original, fleshed out, and imaginative. I'm so impressed by the author's ability to write a balance of bad-ass militaristic action scenes, and meaningful inter-character connections. I enjoyed the contrast of cultures and other planets, the depth took my imagination to some awesome places. ...more
Sandy Lipinski
Jan 11, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Inspirational love story of two very much in love with everything stacked against them. A set-up, prison, military, and family acceptance.
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After her father died Rebecca Tran started writing as a coping mechanism. Her self prescribed therapy soon turned into a passion. It took two college degrees and a lot of confidence to show her work to anyone. With a a lot of editing and little encouragement she published her first novel The Rashade' in January of 2017. The sequel A Guardian Falls was released the following June. Rebecca's PNR se ...more

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