n the second book, and now this, the third of the series, the President of The Institute in South Beach, Florida, Kya Brisson had made significant progress as she instituted more of the plan spawned by her mother, Annabelle Jackson. Kya ordered her scientists at The Institute a kind of free hand to genetically alter and enhance their future female off-spring... More
n the second book, and now this, the third of the series, the President of The Institute in South Beach, Florida, Kya Brisson had made significant progress as she instituted more of the plan spawned by her mother, Annabelle Jackson. Kya ordered her scientists at The Institute a kind of free hand to genetically alter and enhance their future female off-spring in order to out-distance their male counterparts, wresting virtual control from them. Along with this effort to greatly enhance the females of the species, Kya also understood that a new prototype, so enhanced and so much more intellectually capable, could quite possibly usurp her position of fame, prestige and power.
As the story unfolds, an unforseen threat to her position immediately emerges; the presence of one of her just incubated off-spring, Violet Brisson. She possesses powers that Kya and her mother, Annabelle Jackson had not previously witnessed. Violet is extraordinarily equipped with a number of powers not long after her incubation, and she quickly has the presence of mind to remove Kya from her position of power in a very rapid coup d-etat. Violet also quickly identifies a possible previous threat, one Kayla Marie Lane's powers as more of a non-entity. She believes that Kayla Marie is a kind of fraud, not the kind of unknown force that Kya feared could imperil the very existence of life on Earth!
Violet Brisson continues with her grandmother and her mother's plan. She is willing to challenge the very envelope of evoltion and is willing to allow her group of lab rats and one very brilliant chemist, a genius at bio-genetic engineering, Genevieve Jarrett a free rein to continue to produce newer and much more advanced human females. She understands that there is every possibility that a new species, much more capable than even herself could emerge. Yet, as with her predessors, her desire for immediate progress is a desire that cannot be ignored.
Violet Brisson proceeds on her quest and takes a number of steps to increase her spheres of influence, as she calls them. Again, as with her mother, Violet understands that this kind of experimentation without the proper research, testing and development could lead to possibly very dangerous issues. Yet, Violet makes the decision to move ahead and to play a kind of Russian Roulette with evolution. Her primary interest is to have the newest off-spring possess even greater super-human capabilities and to domesticate the male species, thus ensuring that the Brisson's will dominte for generations to come.
Kya/20/20/3 peers into a future prism filled with many new and innovative powers possessed by a new species, a much more powerful being than homo sapiens Now, Violet Brisson and her co-horts might have to consider that there is a peril that they hadn't forseen. Feeling that Kayla Marie Lane was a possible threat to humans on the planet, Violet, her mother, Kya and her Grandmother Annabelle Jackson just might be faced with another very real problem. The newest incubated prototype human females may have been so geneatically altered and advanced that they will become the real threat to replace humans on the planet. What exactly will occur as the mad scientist, Genevieve Jarrett and her science lab rats continue to ply their trade and greatly enhance these new, super female prototypes! Violet's first test: a brand new prototype, Venus Brisson, that Violet thinks just might possibly be an actual new species, much advanced over even herself. Pushing the envelope of evolution as they had, it is anyone's guess as to the outcome of the story!