Shoreen (Life After Earth Series Volume Three)
by Paul David Robinson
Once a year, Ayan, the red moon, mounts his mistress Lydya, the white moon, and his red-tinted shape eclipses her white beauty.
Denys blushes as she thinks of its symbolic meaning. "If it weren't for Shoreen,” the Tara girl whispers, “there would be dozens of marriages tonight."
Will Denys lose her father, brother, and lover and become a sex-slave?
Will Pietra save them from the Smythes?