Finding love in the middle of a world at war was supposed to be impossible ... until it was inevitable.
Life in the United Revolutionary States has never been easy for Aerie St. Cloud. Recovering from recent injuries and unable to recall the last few weeks of her life, she feels haunted by a growing absence in her memory. Stepping out in search of the truth, she is determined to get the answers she seeks—even if they only bring her more pain.
After losing Aerie, Exton Shepherd once more faces the temptation to take his revenge against the URS, and General St. Cloud in particular. With the help of his family, community, and Aerie's long-lost mother, Merra, he leads them into battle to reclaim the Ecclesia's outpost of Chaya in hopes of finding inner peace.
Surrounded by secrets and deception, and plagued by their own shortcomings, can Aerie and Exton find their way back to each other without sending the world into further chaos?
FROM THE AUTHOR:
Take your reading all over the world as Exton and Aerie return in The Breadth of Creation, book in the Divine Space Pirates trilogy, a futuristic romance series. Look for Book 3, The Price of Paradise, as they prepare for the coming end!
FROM THE BOOK:
The moment he stepped out of the ship, he saw someone running toward them. His heart lurched; he would recognize those golden ginger locks anywhere.
Disbelief struck him, but dispersed a second later, as the shock of hearing her say his name dissolved into pure joy.
Once more, he had his miracle.
"Thank you, Lord," he whispered, overcome.
He shook it off a second later. Exton took off, heading for her. "Aerie!"
Every step over the rocky dirt and the stilted grass brought him closer to her seemed too surreal. After the weeks of missing her, it seemed more like a lifetime had passed, yet nothing had changed. The wave of pleasure, the surge of protectiveness—all of it rushed out of him, as he finally reached out and took hold of her again.
Exton crashed into Aerie, already grasping for her as the force of their collision nearly toppled them over. Exton wrapped his arms around her and crushed her against him, reveling as the wave of warmth passed between them. He felt her stumble and he moved to catch her, keeping her close.
The rest of the world around him seemed bitter and cold, but he had his sunlight back.
WHAT REVIEWERS ARE SAYING:
5 STARS! ~ Reader's Favorite
Interesting and exciting
This is the second book in this series and Aerie and Exton are separated. They have to go through a lot of dangerous and sometimes unnecessary pain as they navigate their way to each other. The characters are very well developed and the story is definitely thought out. Interesting and exciting read. Can’t wait to read the next book.
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