Set in the future where the world has been forced to live in domed cities because of global warming. Academics are the new nobility and one of them is hiding amongst the common man. And she is hiding a secret. She has unlocked the full potential of the human race. This story follows her and one of the common citizens of the city Panacea who is more than just common.
Hero is a man afraid to run away. He wasn't running anywhere.
"I think a strength tattoo should do it. Take off your shirt."
"I'm not here for a tat. Don't like the things."
"This one is different. Take off your shirt."
He hesitated. His mind could only think of prolonging her hands on his body.
Misha has never met someone like Halcyon. His world had always been the city neighborhood he had grown up in. He kept his nose clean and he stayed out of trouble. The blue haired little genius was anything but peaceful as she draws him into a world of science that is so worlds ahead of everyone else it seems like magic. But Misha is ready for some magic in his life, he isn't so sure the crazy inventor was ready for him.
Halcyon has found the secret to bringing the most out of the human potential, only she has to guard her secrets from unscrupulous gangs who threaten to take over the neighborhood and the state. She has no idea what to do with the very large man that has volunteered to be her guinea pig. Why can't people just leave her alone.
Together they have to learn whether they are man enough to be heroes.
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About the Author
Nix Whittaker is a high school teacher in a small rural town tucked away in the middle of the North Island of New Zealand. She immigrated to New Zealand when she was a young girl from South Africa and has completely embraced the New Zealand life. She has been writing from a young age when she read all the books available for people her age and was forced to write her own just to feed her voracious appetite for Literature. She studied at Auckland University, but opted for a quiet life in the rolling countryside and views of Tongariro National Park. She lives with her dog and her three cats and writes between planning lessons and socializing with friends. You can contact her at Reshwity@gmail.com Or follow her on Facebook.