The Twin Planet series will continue...
Shah-een Fah was only there to collect plants for her dying planet. But snared in a net, she knew her time now was limited. She would not shimmer, and risk the delicate plants around her.
Lutus Mine had thought this woman was part of a mythological race, and against his hunters' advice, he decided she could never be sold. His plans for her are even more remarkable, but can he convince his clan that this strange woman with the mysterious ability to transport by thought alone, that she could save their world.
The Lure picks up where The Catch ended. Perran Roan has come to arrest Dorad for selling sentient beings. Gellen, Dorad's estranged mate, offers herself as a lure. Perran can easily see she wants only to redeem herself. But this redemption could cost them her life, and Perran has found he can't let the woman he loves risk it.
Nor can he risk Gellen finding out who he really is, for though lives will be saved, all hope for love will be gone.
The Demand begins a year after The Lure has ended. Shah-een's brother Hamman Fah has come with a peace plan in the Twin Planets' solar system, which hovers on the brink of war.
But Toran, NaKaya's First Minister, insists a Cutran representative, namely Kestra Tane.
Hamman was responsible for the deaths of Kestra's family, and he knows she'd like nothing better than his death. Only when they face their greatest fears, and learn to fight together, do they find that love demands nothing yet can receive so much.
The Alliance begins several months after The Demand ends, with the Twin Planets needing to hammer out an alliance that will see both leaders marry for the sake of their planets.
Except that both leaders are far too alike, far too arrogant, and refusing to admit how much they are attracted to each other.
But war is brewing and unless they show their peoples that they can be one unified force, the Veserians will destroy them all.
But now, NaKaya's leader, Toran, finds he can't go through with the final stage of the wedding ceremony, for very personal reasons. This forces D'Minicah, Empress of Vatrel, to take matters into her own hands, and maybe force him to comply.
The Alliance is my favourite book so far. Rich in passion, arrogance, and power, this story features leaders absolutely made for each other. As long as they don't kill each other, first.
The next book, out soon, The Rescue, turns the series' attention to Ra'Choul and Prag, and their own determination. Ra'Choul ends up in prison, and it's up to Prag, against all orders, to rescue her.
Ending the series (for now) is The Encounter, a quieter tale filled with emotion and a total changing of the old guard that is all that The Twin Planets know.
Stay tuned, and tell me what you think of the series.