The leaders of Or'ka, the third in a trinity of parallel worlds, are not going to allow a mere girl interfere with their plan for domination of Earth.
Graeme has no intention of allowing Neal any time to enjoy his new found love with Gaiah, the girl Graeme himself has such twisted plans for.
Length - 161 Pages
Star Rating - 4
Gaiah is a strong female lead who grows in maturity as the story moves forward. She and love interest, Neal, meld to become a couple that live through one another. They connect on a deeper level than love, and are welcomed into the Gaianian world with open arms as the planet's future hope for peace.
There's something beautiful about the bond between Gaiah and Neal. At times, their relationship begins to feel overbearing, yet always takes a sharp turn toward a point of natural progression, leaving the reader with a sense of contentment.
What began as a school based story with a sci-fi twist, has grown into a saga focusing on the future of three planets; Earth, Gaiana and Or'ka. The inhabitants Earth and Gaiana must work together to stifle the Or'kan race's plans to take over Earth.
Book #2 of the Shared Skies series has left me wanting more.
This is shaping up to be an interesting tale of parallel worlds and the power of love.
Read my review of Shared Skies( Book #1) HERE.
Get you copy of Shared Skies (Book #2) HERE.