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Edward Harlen is a brilliant young engineer, and a key player in the construction of the Zenith to take advantage of the untested technology of foldspace drive. But Edward has his own agenda in joining the project, and a bitterly personal score to settle with his boss, Trevor Sutton, a vendetta of which Trevor is entirely ignorant. But when Edward's sister Stella enters the picture and manages to secure a position on the project, all of Edward's careful plotting is upset, and she might spell the downfall not only of his plans for revenge, but of the entire Zenith mission.
The spark of attraction between Edward and Martin is a complication that Edward can't afford, but of which he can't let go. For Edward knows the secret at the heart of the Interscission Project, the hidden potential of the technology that in the wrong hands could become the ultimate assassin's weapon: the ability to rewrite history, not just once, but many times. As an unseen enemy moves to destroy them, and the body count multiplies in their wake, Martin and Edward must choose whether they will allow the possibility of love to challenge their destinies, or will they instead take up arms in a war to control the most ancient and terrible power in the universe?
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By Diane on 02-20-18
Awesome start to a new series
There should be more than 5 stars as that is how much I loved this book! I had to go ahead and purchase the rest of the books in the series as I need to know what happens. Martin and Edward have to have an HEA, though I’m not exactly sure how they are going to be able to pull that off. I have to run off and read the next book in the series. I didn’t really care for the narrator.
By Allan on 04-06-16
Way too overly dramatic
This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?
I was looking for some plan old SCI FI... This seemed to "me", to be a overly dramatic, convoluted romance novel... Yes is does have SCI FI, I couldn't get into it...
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In part the overly dramatic tone was the narration... I tried to finish the book, I even jumped ahead to see if I could find a better spot... I just had to stop...
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