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by Viola Grace
Category: Erotica/Paranormal Erotica/Fantasy
Description: Cynthia Norman knew that she was destined for a strange future?in the past?with a dragon. The only confusing thing was how to get her there. With a lifetime of struggle within a race not her own facing her, she took a deep breath, got into a shuttle and hopped a comet. Garo had been dreaming of his yellow haired alien, but the reality of her presence is more than he was prepared for. A knee-jerk reaction on his part makes Cynthia seek out a suitable substitute and with a grim certainty, he has to claim her as his own. Will she accept his offer, or hold his initial rejection over his head?
eBook Publisher: eXtasy eBooks/eXtasy ebooks, 2012 2012
eBookwise Release Date: March 2012
26 Reader Ratings:
Available eBook Formats: OEBFF Format (IMP) [84 KB]
Reading time: 50-71 min.
All Other formats: Printing DISABLED, Read-aloud DISABLED
Cynthia Norman drummed her fingers on the table as she waited. She hated waiting, but it was her destiny to wait. Destiny sucks.
The Sector Guard was working behind the scenes to help her find the place and time she needed, but it was difficult. There was no way for her to know when the time was right and she was terrified that she would miss her moment.
Knowing that you were destined to enter a rip in time and to fall over one thousand years into the past to start a line that would continue to the current time was a heavy burden, but Cynthia was both queasy and eager to get started. She just had to wait.
She sipped at the hot tea she had ordered, perking up the moment that the three uniformed Guardsmen came through the door. When she saw the nature of the Guards who were on their way, a tear formed in her eye that she carefully flicked away.
She needn't have worried, the female Drai in the center of the grouping was sniffling as well. Without hesitating, Cynthia got to her feet and gave Fury a hug. "It is so good to meet you, at long last."
"Grandmother. I never imagined that I would meet you." Fury grinned as tears sparked in her eyes.
"Call me Cynthia, because I think there are several greats in there and I don't want you to get tired."
They all took a seat around the private dining table and Cynthia poured tea for all of them. "I can't tell you how nice this is. I never expected to see you face to face."
The woman with green hair smiled. "I apologize for my intrusion into your family reunion, but I believe that my talent can render some assistance."
Livin's partner, with his wings tightly held to his back, reached forward and extended a book to her. "This was given to us by Sivin, my mate's mother. It has been passed down for generations and Livin has promised to keep it."
Livin shook her head. "Pardon me. This is my husband, Vasu, and this is Alara, known as Echo in Time. She is here to assist in seeing your window."
Cynthia smiled. "I will take all the help I can get."
A server arrived and took their orders. Conversation went from basic information to what was contained within the book.
Livin smiled. "Since you are currently on Station 13, you and the book are safe. Read it and bring it back to me when you are done."
"Have you read it?"
Livin smiled. "My mom read parts of it to me as I was growing up. I have a feeling that she skipped over some of the chapters."
Alara looked at it curiously. "What is it?"
Cynthia smiled and stroked the worn leather. "It's my diary. I have always kept a journal, but my current one is almost full. I am feeling hopeful that I will be moving on soon."
Livin looked a little upset.
"What is it, punkin?" Cynthia took Livin's hands and held them.
The words came out in a rush. "I had hoped to have you around a bit more. I have questions and I am sure that my mother would love to meet you."
Cynthia opened the book and read the first passage. "Though I regret leaving my descendant, it was time for me to fall through time. I wish I could have spent more time with her, but she will be stronger for my going to my proper place. And I am tired of being alone knowing that there is someone for me who died generations before I was born."
Livin frowned. "Is that true?"
Cynthia looked to Vasu and jerked her head.