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To Wish For Peace
Jayme Evans
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Tramall wants revenge for the murder of his consort and villagers. He is a lord, a warrior…a Grand Bastis. By mere chance of birth, he is larger, stronger and deadlier than most his shape shifting kind. By law of vengeance, he can capture his enemy’s children, but he must keep his heart from being taken by the beautiful Trespasser.

Elayna wishes for peace and love. When she came to Elfax with her family, she never dreamed she’d be caught up in the revenge due her father’s cruelty. Her empathic abilities tell her that her captor is not as cruel as he seems, but can she survive as his slave?

Tramall stood at the edge of the forest and hid in the thickest undergrowth nearest Genes Trading Center that stood within sight of the Genes Fortress. She’s coming. She had just left her stone shelter and headed down a path to a waterhole in the shade of the forest. He’d watched her on the path before. With her two small sisters, she’d seek the cool of the stream to squelch the intensity of The Heat. Soon, his vengeance would be meted out. Soon he would know that the Trespasser commander would suffer as he had suffered.

He stepped deeper into the underbrush. He could arrive at the Chelse Flow that ran into Daick’s Waterway close to Fortress Genes long before her. He scrunched his body down and waited for the change. His body pulsated, each muscle changing. Fur began to grow all over his body, his arms lengthening. Already his claws were long and deadly. No matter how many times he changed, it fascinated him. His canines extended, two long saber-like fangs coming out of his mouth. He could now run with the speed of his full bastis abilities.

The change didn’t hurt. Natural as his human form, the bastis came easily, although most of the time human form bound him. He had seen his reflection after the change. The bastis bore a slight resemblance to his human self. His pointed ears remained. His golden eyes changed from black round pupils to narrow slits of a feline. His coppery skin became covered with glossy, black fur, matching the thick black of his Elfaxen hair. He could change at will, but not all his people had that power. Some Elfaxens were frightened, even of him. A lord, a warrior... a Grand Bastis, he claimed superiority over his kind. By mere chance of birth, he had size, strength and intuitive skill, which made him deadlier than most of his kind. On Elfax that meant something and this day he reveled in the power.

When the change ended, he raced through the woods on his four paws. He had enjoyed watching her, Elayna of the family Connan, daughter of his most hated enemy. This day she would be his. His grasp held sweet revenge. He released a loud roar to signal his fellow warriors. When he peered through the thick trees, he caught sight of the children. None of them seemed to notice. They chattered too much to hear the sounds of the forest around them. Such ignorance of their surroundings could be to his advantage. After all, they were Trespassers, alien to the planet Elfax.

Multi-published author, Jayme Evans writes the 'weird stuff'. As a time-travel, romantic suspense, paranormal and futuristic author, she likes to carry her imagination to the extreme and escape from the 'real' world. Jayme lives in Kentucky with her with her youngest son, his wife and two grandchildren. She has two married sons, four lovely granddaughters and a spunky grandson.

Jayme began writing when her oldest son flew the nest in 1992. She took the Writer's Digest Advanced Novel Writing Workshop to complement her love of writing.

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To Sail Through Time, 4.5 stars out of 5. I can highly recommend this book as a 4.5 stars out of 5. Well written, well paced and thoroughly enjoyable to read. I eagerly look forward to more novels by this particular author, especially if she continues in this genre.--REVIEWED BY: Katherine Schlem

TO SAIL THROUGH TIME was a fun read, full of adventure, bits of history and romance all in one. I thought the author did a good job portraying the conflicts between a man from the 1800’s and an independent woman from the 1990’s. While this romance had the predictable fairy-tale ending, the plot had sufficient twists and turns to make the ride worthwhile. I got quite a laugh at some of the situations Bethany got herself into, and I thoroughly enjoyed the discussions she and Joshua had over human rights and fair treatment of prisoners. A good book to pick up for a fantasy trip of your own. -- ***1/2 Recommended Aimee McLeod

Eternity's Many Loves - I enjoyed reading this story, stayed up till the wee hours of the night to finish it. I can only hope [hint] that Ms. Evans has plans to write stories for Ethan's vampire friend's Demetri Lupino, and Blake. Curious to know what happens with them! I highly recommend reading, "ETERNITY'S MANY LOVES" 5 Stars, --Charlene Smith, Simegen

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ISBN: 1597056545
ISBN(13-digit): 9781597056540
Copyright: 2008
Book Publisher: Wings ePress
Binding: Perfect
No. of Pages: 408
Paper Weight (lb): 16.8

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