The Syn-En Solution
A woman from the past. A cyborg with no future.
They have every reason
to mistrust each other but one: survival.
When Nell Stafford passed out it was 2012. When she wakes up naked aboard
a starship it's 2138, and she's surrounded by the Syn-En: synthetically-enhanced soldiers with a grudge against humans
like her. She doesn't know where she is or what's happened, only that her life has been destroyed and everyone she's
ever known is dead.
Their leader Beijing York has just discovered his people's creators--humans--have
betrayed them. They were promised freedom and equality in exchange for settling a newly discovered planet at the other side
of a wormhole. But the Syn-En have outlived their usefulness.
The offer was a trick.
The wormhole has
collapsed, and now both Nell and the Syn-En are trapped far from Earth to face almost certain death.
Bei has lost
his future, and Nell has lost her past.
But Nell gained something in her 120-year sleep; somehow, she knows everything
the Syn-En need to survive. Now she must convince Bei and his people to trust her--as soon as she learns to trust the mysterious
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Syn-En: Culture Clash
One world. Two alien races. And a secret that threatens to destroy everything.
The new colony on Terra Dos is fracturing. A band of civilians have rejected technology and the Syn-Ens--cyborg soldiers
that protect them. Syn-En Admiral Beijing York knows it's his job to protect the civilians but his human wife, Nell Stafford
convinces him to resettle the troublemakers before they destabilize the new civilization.
Yet, humanity is not
alone on the planet.
Under the skin of the planet, an ancient race of aliens is beginning to wake from a century
long slumber. The Skaterians will do anything to reclaim Terra Dos and enslave the humans crawling on the surface. Their mastery
of technology quickly defeats Bei and his Syn-En army.
Alone on a hostile world, Nell forges a treacherous alliance
to save her husband and people. But will it be enough to prevent this Culture Clash from turning into genocide?
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The extraterrestrials have landed and they’re human.
Rae Hemplewhite didn’t believe in aliens until a close
encounter with out-of-this-world technology drags her into the extraterrestrial security program. Helping alien refugees adjust
to life on Earth is difficult enough, but her first clients have a price on their heads. Plus, her new partner seems torn
between the urge to kiss her or kill her.
And that’s the good news.
The bad news: Alliances are forming in
deep space. If Rae doesn’t keep her witnesses alive long enough to transfer their top secret information to the right
faction of humanity, Earth will become a battlefield.
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Commander Brongill of Da’Hap heads the expedition to Earth in hopes of finding the survivors of an ancient crash and
the key to Terrill’s survival. But Brongill knows first-hand how his race treats its saviors and decides to spare the
human hybrids a torturous death by making certain they never reach Terrill. His mind is firmly set on revenge until he meets
Alderina Wedgen wants nothing more than to raise her three children in peace. What she gets is kidnapped
by aliens, seduced by a secretive commander and nearly blown-up. Facing a common enemy, she has no choice but to form an alliance
with a man who once considered killing her--a man who is relentless in pursuing what he wants.
But while the universe is vast, Ally and Brongill soon find that there is no hiding space and to survive the trip
they’ll have to risk more than their hearts and lives.
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Commander Brongill of DaHap and his Earthling wife, Alderina of Rutgers,
crash onto a planet he never wanted to see again: His home world of Terrill. War has ravaged the landscape for more than a
thousand years and both sides are still fighting to the death. While Ally’s children and Brongill’s crew have
been taken prisoner by the defiant Neitz, Brongill and Ally are captured by the fanatical Isfer. Both sides demand, Brongill
fulfill the Prophecy of Ages and vanquish their enemies once and for all.
For the sake of Ally’s children and his
crew, Brongill is determined to forge his own destiny and unite the two sides in peace. But can he overcome centuries of hatred
before the last habitable zones of Terrill are destroyed? For underground lurks an enemy with its own agenda: To see everything
and everyone on Terrill erased forever.
5/5--If you like science fiction with characters you’ll care for, I recommend Animosity.--Toni V SweeneyJulie
Miles, The Hope Chest Reviews
4.5/5-- I had a really good time reading Animosity. All the action
and the twists and turns of the plot kept me on the edge of my seat, eager to learn what would happen next.
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