Dominion has Nova’s face and Reena’s name - Cyrillius will use and kill them if they’re caught. But being on the run in space isn’t so bad; Nova’s always wanted a different life, and she’s got it now.
It started with a rumor that the Bahiri still exist - peaceful worshipers of the Nero and Neron. After what happened on Korpillion, Valen told Nova to find them and to stay away from him. So that’s where the wanted crew aboard The Corsair is headed, across the entire galaxy to the G sector. Nova wants answers about what she did and how it’s possible.
She’s in denial; about what she might be; about where her heart lies. She knows Valen Nero is a bad man, so why is he the only one who fills the hollowness in her chest? Why does she ask him to keep his promise that he will come for her? And when he does, she’ll learn the truth about him and what happened to shape him into the man he is today.
Vivid and exciting
I broke down and purchased the entire series when I realized the rest of it wasn’t on Kindle Unlimited. In Neron Skies, it pics up very shortly after Neron Rising. Nova and her companions have fled Korpillion and are on their way to a safe destination. Nova is also slowly coming to terms with the new reality of who she is.
Neron Skies continues to build on the magnificent world and phenomenal characters that Taylor created. It is vivid, exciting, and I can’t wait for more. I am giving it 5 Boundless Stars.