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death, Gethyon Rees feels at odds with his world and longs to travel the stars.
But discovering he has the power to do so leaves him scarred for life. Worse,
it alerts the Siah-dhu—a dark entity that seeks his kind for their special
abilities—to his existence, and sets a bounty hunter on his trail.
When those same alien powers lead Gethyon to commit a terrible act, they also
aid his escape. Marooned on the sea-world of Ulto Marinos, Gethyon and his twin
sister must work off their debt to the Seagrafter captain who rescued them
while Gethyon puzzles over their transportation. How has he done this? And what
more is he capable of?
Before he can learn any answers, the Wardens arrive to arrest him for his
crime. Can his powers save him now? And where will he end up next?
sat alone on the edge and stared into the heart of the fire, a bottle of cheap
grade alcohol in hand. The acid taste of it churned his stomach but he still
took the odd gulp from it for appearance’s sake.
there.” The bright voice snapped Gethyon from his brooding, and he glanced up.
A girl with silver skin and black tiger-stripe markings smiled down at him, her
crop of red hair almost blood-colored in the twilight.
lifted a hand in silent greeting.
Gethyon, aren’t you? Gethyon Rees?” Despite the blandness of his welcome, she
hunkered down into the sand, wiggling her backside in an effort to get comfy
and with a crooked grin on her lips. A sliver of unease coursed down his spine
at her expression. It reminded him all too closely of another face, one with
hair a paler shade of auburn and sapphire eyes. He nodded confirmation.
Jinxuri Chei-har of the Veen,” she said.
time Gethyon couldn’t restrain a smile. “That’s some name.”
girl shrugged. “I didn’t choose it. But you can call me Jinx if you like.” At
that she thrust out a hand toward him, and after a moment he took it. Sudden
pain splintered through his arm into his chest, and he yanked his hand free to
massage the feeling away. He stared at Jinx, but she seemed unperturbed as she
continued to grin at him.
stay-at-home mum of three who spent twelve years working as an Analytical
Chemist in a Metals and Minerals laboratory, Pippa Jay bases her stories on a
lifetime addiction to science-fiction books and films. Somewhere along the line
a touch of romance crept into her work and refused to leave. Between torturing
her characters, she spends the odd free moments trying to learn guitar,
indulging in freestyle street dance and drinking high-caffeine coffee. Although
happily settled in historical Colchester in the UK with her husband of 20
years, she continues to roam the rest of the Universe in her head.