Author: D.L. Harrison
Format: Kindle Edition
Scott Akin managed to not only survive but flourish with his allied family, friend, and lover, as well as other support.
Things are unsure for the space station. The country of his birth still wants to bring him up short. The one good thing is there’s almost as much potential and opportunity in his situation as there are dangers and hard work. Colony worlds, technical scientific advancements, new allies and friends, new enemies, and more to deal with.
If that wasn’t enough to worry about, the Grays see humans with their technology as a threat. They don’t like threats…
Author’s note: This is primarily a space opera. The fantasy elements of the book are tangential at best, and I don’t believe that will change through the rest of the series. Oh, there’s mages, shifters, witches, and vampires in these pages, but that’s really not the focus.