Himiko: Warrior

Himiko: Warrior

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by CB Conwy
     
 
When the aliens arrived on Earth, it turned out that Plato was right. You really can find your other half - your soulmate, and Matt found his. Now he's got an unbreakable mental bond to his mate and some intriguing telekinetic abilities to explore. Full of excitement, Matt returns to his old life, but he's completely unprepared for the anger and rejection he

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When the aliens arrived on Earth, it turned out that Plato was right. You really can find your other half - your soulmate, and Matt found his. Now he's got an unbreakable mental bond to his mate and some intriguing telekinetic abilities to explore. Full of excitement, Matt returns to his old life, but he's completely unprepared for the anger and rejection he encounters because of his bond with Pietr. Shunned and assaulted, Matt realizes the hard way that you can never go back. Especially not when you're bonded with the enemy. Giving up isn't an option, though. Even though Matt's pretty sure that Pietr's the most annoying alien in history, he's also sure that his mate is more important to him than anything else. But Matt's mental strength is increasing, and Pietr can no longer hide the one secret he's been desperate to keep. Matt's world falls apart, and he's not sure if he's ever going to be able to put it back together. He might not have a choice. The hostility between humans and Himika is increasing, and Matt is forced to face some unwelcome truths about his own nature in order to ensure not only his own survival, but that of his fellow human beings as well. Himiko: Warrior is the sequel to Himiko: Bonding

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781610405454
Publisher:
Torquere Press
Publication date:
10/26/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
733,879
File size:
380 KB

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Himiko: Warrior 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A great follow up to the first story. Interesting characters and story!