Alien Roads by Katherine Padilla

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Alien Roads by Katherine PadillaAlien Roads
Author: Katherine Padilla
Series: Dominion Over the Earth #2
Genres: Science Fiction
Format: eBook, Print
Pages: 619
Date: November 17, 2019
Publisher: Novaun Novels

Saintess Myri Vahro rejects her Prince to snare a savage and alters the destiny of her nation.

In the aftermath of the alien attack that destroyed Star Force and threw the inhabitants of Earth into chaos, the new emperor Arulezz Zarr has two priorities: Rebuild Star Force and get a spy into one of the mysterious pockets of light that emerged to protect the capital cities of Earth from the invaders. He believes that Earth native David Pierce, chosen by Tohmazz Zarr himself to be the consort of noblewoman Myri Zarr-Vahro, is the key to achieving both goals. Arulezz manipulates Myri into accepting the assignment to go into the Kansas City light community to seduce David into marriage and allegiance to the Zarrist nation.

Betrothed to Myri since childhood, the emperor’s brother Prince Jahnzel struggles to convince Myri to reject her new assignment and fails. While Myri prepares to go to Kansas City, Jahnzel commands his four-ship fleet to check on the Eden Colony during a trade mission. With the destruction of the Zarrists’ Control Colony by the rebellious planet-spirit who calls herself Tempest, Jahnzel’s critical command to maintain communication silence remains unknown to the surviving colonies. When Sara Alexander Carroll and her team send a distress signal from the planet, they set in motion a chain of events that will cripple the Zarrist nation and change their own prospects forever.

Rating: Moderate. Mild kissing; mild language; non-graphic sexual references; some violence or horror.


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About Katherine Padilla

Katherine Padilla

Katherine Padilla has been writing since age 13. At age 17 she wrote her first story that combined prophecy with science fiction. That story remains unpublished (and unpublishable!), but her interest in exploring traditional values and religious themes through speculative fiction remains as strong as ever.

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