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Friday, January 2, 2009

Do or Die by Marly Mathews



Do or Die by Marly Mathews
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
Genre: Action/Adventure, Paranormal, Sci-Fi/Fantasy
Length: Full
Heat Level: sensual
Rating: 4.5 Books
Review by Cholla

The world has changed. Ten years ago, Earth nearly crumbled beneath the might of an intergalactic War. The Enemy fought with destructive psychokinetic powers. Only a band of extraordinary humans stood in their path. They were known as the Gemini Order. Now, Shylah McKay and her kind are being persecuted for the very talents that saved Earth from ruination. But Shylah’s a mover and a shaker, and with her lover, Grayson, by her side, she’ll go to the ends of the Earth and beyond, to fight for her people.

The world has changed. Ten years ago, Earth nearly crumbled beneath the might of an intergalactic War. The Enemy fought with destructive psychokinetic powers. Only a band of extraordinary humans stood in their path. They were known as the Gemini Order. Now, Shylah McKay and her kind are being persecuted for the very talents that saved Earth from ruination. But Shylah’s a mover and a shaker, and with her lover, Grayson, by her side, she’ll go to the ends of the Earth and beyond, to fight for her people.

Attempting to lead a normal life in a not-so-very normal world, Shylah relies on her ghostly boyfriend, Grayson to keep her grounded and focused. However, for an extremely talented telepathic war hero, that’s not as easy as it would sound. The reappearance of her ex-lover only complicates things in an epic way.

From the very beginning, Do or Die is packed with fantastic action. There is a surprise around every corner and a few that will take you completely by surprise. Interspersed with several sweetly sensual love scenes, the story develops at a rapid pace, dragging you further in with every page.

Much more than just a love story Do or Die is a story of true friendship and coming together against all odds. Set on an Earth vastly different but eerily familiar to the one we know and love, the interplanetary tensions and prejudices are more similar to our lives today than we’d ever care to admit. A great romance coupled with a life lesson so many still need to learn.

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