Parhelion: Forces of Nature book 3

Parhelion: Forces of Nature book 3

by Lisa J Lickel


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Parhelion—prisms dogging the sun. it’s a rainbow hope of reaching the stars for a small group of colonists preparing to preserve life.

If humanity wants to survive, there should be ground rules.

Maeve Michels hit earth hard, falling in love with a former Air Force test pilot. No longer in the military, Harry Kane’s mysterious work as a consultant for a space engineering company piques Maeve’s interest. Maeve’s sixth sense says there’s more to Harry than he’s telling her, but with the world about to fall apart, she must decide to trust him with her future. Harry is keeping a secret from Maeve—he has to, or his one chance at being a real hero goes up in flames with the rest of the planet. His assignment: get her to join the program, and him. Hopefully willingly.

With war no longer empty threats and posturing, Maeve and Harry are about to take part in the most important experiment in human history. Bigger secrets threaten not only their survival but their fragile co-existence with the cosmos.

If you could choose, what kind of a world do you want to live in?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780996768351
Publisher: Lisa Lickel Publishing
Publication date: 03/01/2019
Series: Forces of Nature , #3
Pages: 334
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.70(d)

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Parhelion: Forces of Nature book 3 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Amys_Bookshelf_Reviews 11 months ago
Wonderful Read Lickel pens a wonderful story in Parhelion. This story is the first I've read of Lickel's but I found it very interesting, and a great read. I enjoyed the story, and the characters. It's a story full of action, and falling in love. Harry and Maeve are great together and apart, even though there are secrets between the two. I know this is the third book in the series, but I didn't feel lost by not reading the first two, something that I may end up doing anyway. I look forward to reading more by this author.