In Streaming Stars, Book 2 of the Transcender Trilogy, Jaden and her mentor, Agent Ralston, of the Inter-Universal Guidance Agency return to Domerica, where she reunites with her mother and her fiancé, Ryder Blackthorn, embarks upon fantastic Transcender adventures in exotic parallel worlds, and narrowly escapes a hit squad of black knights.
In the end, Jaden's decision is anything but simple.
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This book was craaaazy. It was a wonderful continuation of the series. Jaden learns so much more about herself and the choices she'll have to make in this book. Once again, Vicky does a fantastic job at describing details. I can picture everything she describes in the book. It was flawlessly done yet again. Such wonderful writing. I love some of the side characters in this trilogy; particularly in this book. Asher and Ralston were very funny and I have to confess, I think they are my favorite characters in the series. I wasn't really wanting Jaden and Asher to be in a relationship, but I love their friendship. Honestly, Ryder was kind of frustrating to me in this book. Some things that happened made me dislike him at certain points. I did like their relationship, yes, but I wasn't a huge fan of Ryder himself because of the things he did. I was all for Jaden, so I started to get a bit angry at him in her defense :) It has nothing to do with the writing; I think Ryder was meant to be in question during a few particular parts of this book. At the end of the book, Jaden has to make some really tough choices. I was so afraid of what would happen. The book ends in a major cliffhanger so I was very thankful I had the third book.