Only one thousand Humans survived The Travel from the shattered Earth. Some Humans say it was their penance for crushing such beauty. Eighteen-year-old Braita merely thought it was pathetic - pathetic that her people had been that blind.
Now, the Humans live in the solar system, Kline, where three planets are habitable. Joyal, the smallest planet, is embraced by the Humans - their family to love as they had never loved Earth. Though a planet covered mainly in water is dangerous real estate to dwell upon.
Their worry turns into devastating reality when Braita’s blessed village is struck by a tsunami. Population numbers must be kept to a minimum. Drastic measures must be taken. Braita’s life is twisted in brutality when she is chosen as one of the three hundred Humans to be removed from Joyal…and sent to the Mian, the aliens to fear, on the planet Triaz.
Thrown head first into a barbaric world she knows nothing of, Braita must adapt to a dark life as a slave of the Mian society. Her existence depends on it…and possibly, the fall of her heart.
Review by J. Hooligan
For the second time, I started a series by Scarlett Dawn, and felt relief reading that first book. It was if I had been waiting to read it - even though I didn't know what would happen! This is also the second time I have been sucked into a series by her.
While reading it, I was on an emotional rollercoaster. One moment I would be laughing hysterically, the next I would be laying down - clutching my e-reader while I tried not to wallow in despair over whatever was occurring.
Getting to learn about the Main was awesome. I would absolutely love to read more about their culture. They were truly a fascinating race of people in comparison to humans.
I cannot wait for the next book in the series. Seriously. I am currently whining because I pretty much need it immediately.
Check it out. You won't regret it!
About the Author
#1 Bestseller in Witches and Wizards Romance and award-winner, Scarlett Dawn is the author of the Forever Evermore new adult fantasy series, which include King Hall and King Cave. She lives in the Midwest, adores her music loud, and her fries covered in melted cheese.