But Arcadian paradises do not come without complications. Laura's include a plethora of psychic grandchildren. Interplanetary diplomacy. Her daughter's immense fame. And KOTIS, the military watchdog that seems to consider Laura's entire family government property.
Forewarned by her daughter's experiences, Laura had anticipated as many problems as she could, and didn't doubt her ability to cope with the rest. But she had not planned on Gidds Selkie, a military officer 'chipped from flint' and not at all the sort of man lifelong geek Laura had ever imagined would find her interesting.
Burned in the past, Laura is surprised to find herself tempted. Is this a new start to go with a new world? Or a mismatch doomed to failure?
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I read the first 3 books in the series. More like plowed through them. I do want to re-read them. I loved this story!
Engrossing sci-fi story told amazingly. This story (referencing the entire series in this review) could have used Aussie to American translations (but it did not ruin the story at all) and more maps and depictions not of people but of Muina cities & platform towns, maybe even a few animal sketches but over all very detailed and world building!