Adora's fierce independence makes her a target for self-proclaimed Guardians, who are Humiens--aliens genetically engineered to look like humans. Now able to hide their identities among humans, the Guardians in government are capturing humans for genetic engineering experiments to convert humans into their own breed of citizens. Adora's only protection from the Guardians must come from Zane, whose unnatural magnetism she can't deny, and who, unknown to Adora, is a Humien. Zane must reveal his identity and convince independent Adora to put herself under his protection. Amid her reluctance to believe that she may be living among aliens, Adora resists Zane's protection because it would mean relinquishing her freedom, even in order to save it. Adora struggles between her insatiable quest for knowledge about the Guardians and her own vulnerability if she fails to keep her independent nature under the radar.
“….thus truly begins the fantastic story that is, “Whisper Independence;”
“….took my apprehensions and brought them to light in a mysterious and terrifying manner” (Jennifer Boyce, official OnlineBookClub.org review: Whisper Independence by T.J. Patterson