A threat beyond anything humanity has ever faced is racing toward our solar system. Will those who can stop it learn to work together before it's too late?
Adam Desai is a self-made man. From humble and mysterious origins he has built a career as the director of a prestigious space center. He is also a man who knows right from wrong, and something about the impending launch of the shuttle Arrafin seems very wrong.
Deputy Governor Shana Akers is used to handling high-stakes situations. But can she believe Adam's suspicions? The launch is worth millions to the local area, and she knows she's not always the most level-headed when it comes to Adam.
On the day of the launch, Adam is confronted by a pair of mysterious visitors, and suddenly everything he has ever believed about himself must change. Faced with a danger that threatens the entire planet, Adam and Shana must find the strength to trust not only each other, but the visitors, whose unusual abilities defy explanation.
Only united do they stand a chance of averting disaster, and their choices will set them on a path to reclaiming humanity's birthright.
This thrilling story of aliens living among us is perfect for fans of A.G. Riddle, Rysa Walker and Linnea Sinclair.
About the Author
Valerie Parv is one of Australia's most successful authors with more than 30 million copies of her books sold worldwide. Her books have been translated into 26 languages and have also been made into manga. Valerie now ventures into science fiction romance with her Beacons series. Her backlist includes romance, romantic suspense, movie scripts (one currently in pre production), short stories in major magazines and presenting at national and international conferences including RT Book Reviews, New York and RW America.
Valerie is the first Australian author to receive a Pioneer Award from RT Book Reviews. The State Library of New South Wales collects Valerie's literary papers. An Australian Society of Authors Medal recipient, she holds a master of arts from Queensland University of Technology. Valerie has served as an Australia Day Ambassador for the past decade and was made a Member of the Order of Australia in the 2015 Queen's Birthday Honours List for significant contributions to the arts. Valerie Parv is represented by The Tate Gallery in Sydney and enjoys connecting with readers on Twitter @valerieparv and Facebook. You can find out more about Valerie at www.valerieparv.com.