A million stars, but no friends.
Plus-size teen Haley grew up friendless on a space station thinking she'd never fall in love. She spends her time with her robot dog Nano, dreaming of the day she'll leave the remote station and become an intergalactic pilot.
Haley's plan shatters when Jorden, a boy on a suicide mission, drags her into his lethal scheme.
Jorden Lund isn't the chosen one, he's the guy who volunteered.
Raised by his controlling father in an eco-terrorist cell on Earth, Jorden volunteers for a mission to save the planet. He has four months to travel to the space station, build a bomb, and blow up a spaceship.
Falling in love is definitely not part of the plan.
When Jorden arrives on the space station, disguised as a traveler, Haley's access to the station's restricted areas makes her an asset.
But Haley has a strict rule: 'No new friends', because traveler friends always leave, taking pieces of her heart with them.
As the two grow closer, strange events wreak havoc on the station.
Amidst the growing danger, can Haley stop Jorden before he breaks her heart and destroys her home?
This book is perfect for readers who enjoy soft, character-based, Sci-Fi, first-person dual pov, clean teen romance, space stories, talking robot dogs, and plus-sized heroines just living their life with no mention of weight loss.