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The Aethereal Sea

Mullaney, Marguerite

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Title: The Aethereal Sea

Publisher: Renaissance Alliance Publishin


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Synopsis: ?Pilot, we have been played for fools. You lost your home, name, and station. I lost my kingdom,? he stared at her from across the room. ?We have many things in common. I, too, was exiled from my land as a child. Now, I?m disgraced as a leader.? ?Did your own father publicly whip you into unconsciousness?" Pilot could not withstand the weight of that memory in silence any longer. ?Not yet,? he smiled as her face reddened with shame. ?I will come into heat soon and return to my home planet of Bova to face my father. There can be only one adult Bovid male so our battle will be to the death.? Caught in a treacherous power struggle three women find themselves enslaved on a savage alien planet where humans are valued only as slaves or human cattle for the table. Defying his enemies, their master, Taget will soon return to his home planet to face his father, Dagnot, in battle for the right to mate and rule. Failure for the young Bovid will mean certain death for him and the human members of his house. As the betrayals multiple, the women come to realize that there is far more at stake than their lives.

About the Author: Marguerite Mullaney is a part-time writer and full-time dreamer. She lives on the east coast of the US. The town is a peninsula hanging into the icy Atlantic at the mouth of Boston Harbor. In the heat of summer, the ocean provides cool breezes. But in the heart of winter, batters the coast with gales. It makes for a hearty New England life, which she shares with three furry companions, Dakota and the brothers Cat, Calvin, and Hobbes.

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