Trapped on the war-ridden planet of Lemuria, Cyena must hide her true identity if she is to survive. She seeks refuge with a small pocket of other elites in hiding, only to find herself in more danger with them than she was on her own. Cyena is one of the only members of the most elite Lemurrian bloodlines to survive the invasion, which makes her a bargaining chip the others want to trade to the insurgents in the hope of buying their own amnesty.
Cyena uncovers their plan and works hard to hone her psychic skills, knowing the same skills that condemned her before the war are all that will save her now.
To complicate matters, Kaydon, her rescuer and the son of the rebellion’s leader, offers her sanctuary. But if she leaves the city with him, she loses any chance of discovering what happened to her sister. If she stays, she risks being killed.
Uncertain who to trust and what to do, Cyena will face untold challenges to find some trace of her sister.
What I thought:
At the end of the first book the sister’s were left separated. In this book Cyena, desperately waits for word of her sister. She is torn that if she leaves she will not ever know if Tyana comes back for her..
What to do what to do… Kaydon.. mmm There is just something about him that is off to Cyena, she has not quite been able to figure it out. Then in a turn of events that leaves Cyena to choose between one side or another she really feels torn.
I really enjoyed getting to know more about Cyena in this second book. As more of the story unfolds you get a better feel for the character’s involved. Of course there is really not much about Tyana in this one I am guessing they will touch more on that in book 3 Exiled that is due out next month (March 2014). Through and through my only complaint yet again was the length, I can’t help it I am a fast reader.. I just really love the story and the author’s. I am kind of hoping they decide to maybe do more of these as I think there could be a-lot of ways they could go with it. This was the first series, or book i think that was written by 2 authors, that if you did not know it was by 2, then you wouldn’t even think it had been written like that. Even knowing that I could not tell in either book. Lizzy and Julia did an excellent job.
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