"The darkness and insanity that I always love to talk about, is now all absorbed in a book. I loved it, loved it, loved it! If you want mystery,romance, and a spark of insanity. Read.This.Book." Amazon Reader
Survival rule number one: eat before being hunted.
In a world infected by violent hybrids, survival comes with its own set of rules. Sixteen-year-old Zoe is an expert at breaking them.
While Zoe has abilities she cannot explain, just getting through another day without being killed is a challenge. She has survived since her mother’s murder with help from an unexpected ally, Morph.
Morph is part of the Arcane, an elite force of teenagers from an Alliance of space stations. After the Arcane are destroyed in an explosion, only Morph and his brother survive. They are sent on a new mission to capture a dangerous hybrid.
Morph is torn between duty and his attraction to Zoe. With threats to the planet from above, Morph knows Zoe’s chances are limited. Trying to save her could be a betrayal to the Alliance.
When Zoe recovers memories of her mother’s death that point straight to the Arcane, she realizes Morph might be the real enemy.
As more mysteries are brought to light, telling friends from foes becomes difficult. For Morph and Zoe, the world is more dangerous than ever. And trusting each other is the key to them living to see another day.
"The author takes the mythology of angels and demons she's created and twists it around in the most fascinating ways. I didn't know what to expect, and the surprises kept coming right through to the end. It's fast-paced, dark, and intense. I found it difficult to put my Kindle down and stop reading!" - Christine Rains, Author on Book Two
"I have been trying to get back into reading books for a while now and my friend was raving about the book and recommended it to me.
I didn't initially think I'd get that into the book at first since it looked like it is geared towards a female demo. I can admit when I am wrong. There was just the right mix of action (murder/suicide) and suspense to keep me interested, but without it going over the top.
It was a fun read and if you are unsure about the getting the book, I'd say give it a try on the kindle. There were nights when I even skipped Call of Duty to read this book and any gamer out there knows that is quite a feat in itself." - Amazon Reader on Book One