In the depths of Charion exist terrible betrayals, seductive monsters--and a capacity for love and healing that Brandon had no longer believed existed. Secrets are discovered and forgiveness is sought, all while trying to save a world on the brink of destruction. This is the third book in the Not The Sun series.
Seeon Toleran is the fifth child of the ruling royal family. His life was one of study and devotion to his Gods. Then war came and the world Seeon knew ended. There were decisions that were made for him which drastically altered the direction of his life. Suddenly the world of the priesthood is gone as an option in Seeon's life. Instead he is made Ma' Nee. What will this mean to a youth who has known neither love nor choice? Will this end his world or open new vistas? Time will tell.
Silas Drake never stays in one place for very long. He has nowhere to call home and no family, at least not that he has any desire to see again. He's a homeless gay teen and just trying to survive in a small Colorado town with not much beyond his name; only his survival skills from years of scouting, his dog, Adelaide, and the small bit of supplies to get him through each day. His life is in for a change when the last person he expected to see is standing in front of him.
Kyle does not want to leave his home behind, but he has no choice. He is assigned to a remote scientific outpost on the planet Tantalus where he meets Jim, the xenobiologist in charge of researching the indigenous species. Almost as soon as he arrives, though, strange things start happening. Things that could compromise Kyle's future, or even his life...
You find yourself when your life is in disarray. But when the world crumbles, you find life instead. The world ended before Daniel turned fifteen. He watched the horror unfolds from his window, and as his will to live fades, he realized that he is not the only one who survived. This is a tale of friendship, love, survival and about finding yourself when the world is no longer around to define you.
Jay’s life changes drastically when he is wisked away from the world he is familiar with in Texas and lands in the very different environs of Portland, Oregon. He discovers a family and friends for the first time and he is going to have to deal with the good and the bad. Can he handle the change and can they handle him, because this time things are different?
When Dave walks away from Brad, Brad is devastated but is forced to hold things together for his six year old son. He's not looking for someone new, but that doesn't stop him from noticing that his son's teacher is quite the flirt, but Tony is still Jake's teacher and nothing can come of it. Or can it?
For the past 8 years DCI Frank Prosser has had a total obsession - searching for his son, Alex who simple never returned from school one day when he was 9. Every waking moment is dedicated to the search to the detriment of his family. But after 8 years does Alex even exist anymore?