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The Rea Cheveyo Chronicles:
KIANA
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Captain Ian Logan of Terra commands one of the most
powerful starships ever built, the Rea Cheveyo. As the
captain of the flagship of the League of Aligned Worlds, Ian
has the authority and the latitude to get things done. When
the Adonican mystic, Kiana ni Jamallan, maneuvers her way
onto his ship, Ian is caught in her spell.

Kiana knows her superiors are corrupt. She needs Ian’s help
to get the proof. When the crew of ship vanishes without a
trace, Kiana and Ian race against time to uncover the truth
behind the ghost ship - a truth that threatens to separate
them forever behind Adonica’s wall of secrecy.

Knowing Ian, or any offworlder, is against everything Kiana
has been taught. She has a destiny, one she must fulfill, and
it doesn’t include taking a human lover. But rules are made
to be broken. Kiana won’t walk away from Ian, and the
passion found in his arms. Stepping into her destiny is both
her freedom, and the only way back to Ian.
EXCERPT

Kiana took a short, sharp breath and pursed her pink lips in aggravation. “I am the Adjutant here.”

Ian wondered what she’d done to be given that position. There weren't more than fifteen Adonicans in
permanent residence on Jericho Bruis. They hardly needed the long arm of Adonican law.

God, she was a pretty little thing.

He pushed that thought away before he did something unforgivable like smile at her.

“Please allow me to extend my apologies for the behavior of my crewman.” Ian glanced at Heath. “If you
wish, I will bring Lieutenant Parker to your office, and he will apologize.”

The Adjutant glared at him. “Thy apology is accepted. But in the future, thee will instruct thy personnel to
avoid coming under my notice.” Her gaze swept Ian from head to toe. His skin flushed hot in its wake.

“Thee are arrogant. All of thee humans are.” She sneered. “I once believed us to be brothers and sisters,
all children of Cromas. Now that I see thee up close, I know my mistake.”

Pretty or not, Ian was at the end of his patience. He disliked being called arrogant, perhaps because it had
the sting of being somewhat true upon occasion.

“I know little of Cromas, being uneducated and ignorant as well as arrogant. Perhaps thee would have
time to enlighten me.”

“Now thee mock me. What else should I expect from such as thee? Enlightenment is wasted on many.”
She turned on her heel and reached the door in three long strides. She stopped and looked back at
Graham.

“I regret to inform thee that Prefect Eilis ni Vashin has declined thy request to allow a ship to land at the
spaceport of Fiv. Thee may, however, transfer cargo to a barge at Station Harit. I am sorry, Colonel
Dayshaun, but I warned thee.”

“Yes, you did. Nonetheless, I appreciate your efforts with your government.” Graham sounded politely
disappointed.

The woman nodded to him and disappeared through the door.

“What a little spitfire,” Heath muttered. Ian turned and glared at him.

“Post the word, Mr. Douglas. We know the Adonicans are xenophobic. They don’t wish to be involved with
us, and we will respect their wishes.” Ian looked at Graham. “Did she really call us toads?”

Graham nodded. “She’s in a good mood today.”
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The Rea Cheveyo Chronicles:
Kiana brilliantly and poignantly
weaves the burgeoning, soul
stirring love and fervor of Ian and
Kiana in the midst of interstellar
betrayal and sedition. [The
author] deftly describes the need
for trust or love will wither.
I eagerly await the next book in
The Rea Cheveyo Chronicles. -
Reviewed by: Dena, Fallen Angel
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[The author] weaves conflict
through an exciting space story
filled with intrigue.  Hidden
secrets threaten the budding
relationship.  The love scenes add
just the right spice to the story.  
I enjoyed this story and I look
forward to reading the sequel. –
Candy, Reviewer for Karen Find
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Forbidden love and political
intrigue amid the stars, fans of
futuristic romance will enjoy
KIANA. - Patricia,
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The Rea Cheveyo Chronicles is a trilogy
KIANA - book one
TALYSS - book two
REZA - book three