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Abandoned on an alien planet, Second must learn to co-exist with a group of primitives in order to survive.
A Tale of the acceptance of differences and of unconditional love.

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About Bea Cannon

Bea was born and raised in Charlotte, NC, and though she has visited other cities and states, she has a preference for Charlotte and expects to live there for the rest of her life.

She is a teller of tales who enjoys concocting yarns of science fiction, fantasy, paranormal, and other stuff. She also relishes reading, drawing and painting, walking, and working crossword puzzles.

She is a retired electronics technician and admits to having worked at a variety of other jobs during her life, including being a dishwasher, a busgirl, a housemaid, a motel/hotel maid, working in a fast-food joint, a telephone operator, and a store clerk. There have been other, even-less-glamorous jobs, including picking cotton.

She is also a mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother who daydreams a lot and likes to dance.

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Also in Series: Boucher's World

About the Series: Boucher's World Prequels
It begins with "Seed" when a lonely teen becomes stranded on an alien world, and continues with "Swallow and Dove" the tale of a self-indulgent Elvwist who gets more than it bargained for; and goes on to "Raven and C'elie" a story of forbidden love during a time of change. Then there's "Hard Changes" for a family coping with loss and continues when the family has to relocate into a really different environment and try to "Bridge" from the old to the new.

A thousand years after "Bridge", on "Moving Day" there's a small glitch when Jade and Tally move out on their own.

Also in Series: Boucher's World Prequels

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Cory Tsuhako reviewed on on Aug. 25, 2015

I was entertained by this bold and talented author. Seed is a science fiction story that will make you think, stretch your imagination and question the possibilities.
(reviewed 4 days after purchase)
Luna Larios reviewed on on Dec. 3, 2012

Wow, I'm thoroughly impressed with this book and must say it was not in the least what I expected. Nevertheless I loved it and was glad for Second's happy ending. It led a very happy and fruitful life along with It's mates. Loved the book although I much prefer the monogamy type relationships, I've made an exception to this on and would love to see another story such as this. It was sweet and transported one easily into Second's world and time.
(review of free book)
benjamin johnson reviewed on on Nov. 21, 2012
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like this book alot will continue to re-read this.
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