Wayfarer Resolve by Eileen Troemel Book Tour and Giveaway :)
Wayfarer Series #18
by Eileen Troemel
Genre: SciFi Romance
In this final installation of Wayfarers, Decker and Adara face an attack on their homeworlds as well as on their children. A clan member from Phelan’s clan attacks Addy and Zoe while Adara and Decker deal with riots and attacks on the home world. Phelan’s clan member is at fault. Will this break down the clans?
Out exploring their sectors of space, Adara settles into being Mathair Naclan - mother of the clans. At the home planets, Hal, Dimitri, and others cope with vandalism, sabotage, and racism. The Humans only group rises with violence and hate to attack the Wayfarers from within.
Sentenced to hard labor, prisoners are placed at Tom and Angeline’s manufacturing facility and Monroe’s mining operation. Though facing punishment for breaking the terms of being with the Wayfarers, Bernard Lundquist still runs operations on Hometown.
Bias within the Wayfarers and against the Wayfarers frustrates Adara as she and her admin council defend against the Humans only group. The family is threatened by the people Adara rescued. Can they find a way to peace or will the prejudice tear apart the connections Adara and the Wayfarers are making?
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“It’s been seven hours and twenty one minutes,” Frey whispered as Jolen held her. “They’ve missed nursing twice now.” “Everyone is working to find them,” Jolen said rubbed her arms, tried to comfort her. “I can’t breathe,” Frey said rubbing her hand between her breasts. “You have to,” Jolen said. “You have to keep hoping. Harry needs you.” “He fought hard,” Frey said. “He used the self-defense training. We both did. It didn’t help.” “I know,” Jolen said. “Do you remember how many came in the house?” “Seven,” Frey said frowning. “They shoved all the other kids in a room, locked them in. They pointed phase rifles at my children.” Temper started to flush her cheeks.
“Do you know how many were outside,” Jolen asked. “No,” Frey said. “We heard the detail fighting. Tray came in by us but they shot him without warning when they got into the house.” “He’s going to be all right,” Jolen said reassured her. “What happened next?”
“They put the kids in our bedroom,” Frey said. “They ordered us away from the babies but Harry refused. I refused to go.” “Did they speak,” Jolen said. “One man spoke,” Frey said. “He spoke and the others did what he ordered. Harry fought. The man who spoke ordered two men to hold him while others beat him. I thought he was dead. I fought, I tried to stop them hurting him but they threatened my babies with their phase rifles.”
“Was there anything distinctive about the man’s voice,” Jolen asked. “Did he have an accent, say words a particular way, or stutter?” “No. He spoke softly like he didn't want his voice to be recognized,” Frey said. “Do you remember any distinctive features about them,” Jolen asked. “Two of them were over six feet but not by much,” Frey said closing her eyes. “Three were shorter than Harry, they might have been women. The last two were between five ten and six foot. The three shorter ones were bulky but I think it was an attempt to prevent us knowing they were women.” “Why,” Jolen asked. “When they put Harry down and me next to him, those three shorter ones took the babies,” Frey said. “The man in charge, he seemed to think it beneath him to carry babies.” “Frey, you’ve been wonderful,” Jolen said. “I’m going to step out. Regan and Rowena are coming back in to sit with you. Before I go, I want you to know, you are safe here. You are in a private room at the Healing Center. There are several squads of fighters surrounding you. Outside of those people, we’ve got neighborhood watch patrolling the nearby neighborhoods.” “Where are the rest of the children,” Frey asked. “Libheanna has seen to them,” Jolen said. “She set them up in a space across the hall. They are secure.” “How many of the detail died,” Frey asked. “The count is up to four now,” Jolen said. She patted Frey’s shoulder as she shook her head burying her face in her hands.
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From poetry to novel, I enjoy telling a good story or expressing a heartfelt emotion. I've been published in Circle Magazine, The American Tarot Association's Quarterly Journal, What's Cooking America, Children, Churches and Daddies, placed second in Words of Women 2010 Writing Contest, 2012 Daily Flash, and The Deadman's Tome. I have a bachelor's degree in business and a second bachelor's degree in English Professional Writing and Book Editing. On the side, I have a small editing business. In addition to my work, I love to read, crochet, crafting, research genealogy, and spend time with family. I have three adult daughters and have been married to my husband for over 30 years. I'm the proud grandma of three fur babies - my daughters' cats.
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I don't have any questions as I have not read any of the books, but I have to say the cover intrigues me - it kind of looks like a puzzle so it makes me wonder more about the book :) I like covers that don't give away the book so that I have to look further to see what they are about!ReplyDelete
It's meant to be an abstract representation for one of the scenes in the book - can't tell you about the scene as it gives away too much. Puzzle is a good word for the book as the main character is trying to work out how to be a leader and deal with a lot of issues like racial prejudice and terrorist activities.Delete
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