By Maureen A. Miller
It's the day after Aimee Patterson’s highschool commencement. collage beckons, as does her dream of changing into an engineer. On an early night stroll, her cocker spaniel fees into the woods at the different aspect of the pond. Aimee trails after him, and within the stillness of that woodland the unthinkable occurs. She turns into paralyzed and watches in horror as her arms vanish earlier than her eyes.
Waking to the sound of voices, Aimee realizes that she has been abducted. Little does she know the way far-off from domestic she is, notwithstanding. In an try and flee her captors, she launches from their confines basically to freeze on the view outdoors the window. The sky is black and packed with stars, and within the distance is a well-known blue globe. The planet Earth.
A team of people compelled to escape their planet after an endemic destroyed their civilization now shuttle the galaxies looking for an antidote. Retrieving samples of flowers from each sunlight method, in this celebration Aimee was once unintentionally seized as a substitute.
Aimee needs to learn how to steer clear of the advances of a clumsy younger scientist who turns out rationale on dissecting her, as her personal fascination turns to the unique younger warrior, Zak. Having fallen in love with Zak, she is now torn with the choice to come to Earth or stay past the celebs
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Beyond (BEYOND Series, Book 1) by Maureen A. Miller