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Emily is obsessed with the notion of going “up there.” She arrives to a world in crisis. Saving it and the man she loves is up to her. More

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Language: English
ISBN: 9781301944149
About Darlene Jones

Many years ago a young girl left the safety of Canada for adventure in Africa. This was in a generation when young girls didn’t go anywhere on their own and certainly not to the “the dark continent.”

I had to adapt to the climate, the culture, the language, and above all time travel, for most Malians lived the way they always had. Modern conveniences consisted of basic items such as kerosene lanterns and little else. It was the plight of Malians that inspired me to begin writing.

Now that the Em and Yves series is complete, I’ve found that I’m hooked on writing and have moved on to other genres.

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Review by: Anneli Purchase on April 28, 2013 :
Em is back again. From Em in Embattled, and her reincarnations as Jasmine in Empowered and Abby in Embraced, Emily (Em) is at last coming to terms with her obsession about that other world “up there.” She is almost powerless to resist the pull that draws her like a magnet to Yves’s world. Their love is never in question; only Emily’s acceptance of it is.
We are drawn into the story so completely that we forget that planet hopping is probably not possible. As we are engrossed in the novel, interplanetary travel becomes quite acceptable and we welcome any new magic-like tricks.
Most of the citizens of the new world are welcoming and friendly, but Algar immediately gets Emily’s alarm bells ringing. Not only is he obnoxious, but he appears to be behind an evil plot that could ruin Yves's world.
Emily must come to terms with choosing whether to stay and help Yves fight the evil plot, or throw away his love and go back home to the security of Earth.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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