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A group of refugees from a powerful, sophisticated Core World planet have been on the run for seven years. The mission was to get away and give their children some time to grow up and help them carry on the cause. The cause was to help the rebellion, win the war and go home.

Qeya, the future Queen of Datura, can't do much about her red hair, but she knows how to wield a scythe blade and suck the life out of her enemy, literally. Life seems great, if a little boring on heaven's edge. Until her ship is attacked and nearly everyone on board is murdered. Now, the miner who saved her is the only thing standing between her and the hungry beasts hunting them. All Ohre wants is the kind of freedom a life in the sea can give. But he doesn't want to live it alone anymore. Tamn has always lived by a code. He doesn't question his duty. Until his crew is stranded on a hostile alien world and he's forced to watch the girl he loves burn in the sky.

Stripped of his reason for living, the voices from his past haunt and guide him in a path of endless retribution. He never asked to live with the heaven-sailing miners. But when his adopted clan's ship is attacked, he must give into the instincts he long fought against. After fighting to keep Qeya A new kind of hunt begins After fighting to keep Qeya and the Royal children, alive, he finds himself abandoned once more. All Ohre wants is the kind of freedom a life in the sea can give.

But he doesn't want to live it alone anymore. He wants the princess and if Qeya won't come willingly, he'll make her. Get A Copy.

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More filters. Sort order. An excellent book. Qeya and Ohre seek to keep the remaining survivors of their ship safe and to find ways to adjust to their new planet while fighting the attraction they have for each other. I can't wait for book three. I read Qeya last year and fell in love with the people and scenery that Jennifer had created.

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Most of them have spent all their lives travelling on a ship in outer space to be attacked and then crash land on an unknown planet. Ohre continues after Qeya, where Ohre and Ali have retreated to the beach after Qeya chose to stay with Tamn in the trees. He knows what his heart wants but his mind knows that she is better off with her intended.

When Qeya reappears on the beach all those feelings that he I read Qeya last year and fell in love with the people and scenery that Jennifer had created. When Qeya reappears on the beach all those feelings that he has stir and he has trouble focusing with her being so close. Somehow, they both push their feelings aside to work on the issues at hand. In Qeya, I really fell for Ohre. He is a good guy and is a great protector. He seems to have a knack with technology and is able to build weapons and devices.

He is drawn to the water and with this book being told from his POV, it is easier to understand where he came from originally and why he is attached to it. I liked how this book played out where Ohre and Qeya had time by themselves, but we were able to see a little more into the other tribe on the land. I was able to see both characters struggle with their emotions for one another, but they both want what is best for the survivors and will work together to achieve it.

Jennifer has done a terrific job building this whole world in just novellas and to keep them packed with a good storyline, emotion and action. The next book is Tamn's and I am really excited about it as he seems so cool headed and understanding. I'd really like to know what he really thinks! I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. Ohre continues the story of the ship crash on the planet Nukvar, which began in part 1, Qeya.

The miner Ohre has left Qeya as well as his heart behind, believing she is better off with her betrothed Tamn, and her brother the king. He returns to the beach to salvage what he can of the ship and see if he and Ali can find the wreckage of the scout ship sunk deep in the waters of the planet's ocean, all the while attempting to block out the pain of her absense. Before long, his hopes and fears come Ohre continues the story of the ship crash on the planet Nukvar, which began in part 1, Qeya. Before long, his hopes and fears come true when Qeya appears at the site and eventually a difficult decision is made to attempt a rescue of the few remaining survivors who had not yet been found.

Ohre's perspective on the events is quite a contrast with Qeya's. This is a really fascinating continuance of the story. Jennifer has a real knack for building a believable people on an alien world. Looking forward to part 3! Quick read, and an excellent continuation of the series. As you can probably guess, this book is told from Ohre's POV, which differs a bit from Qeya in that he's less talkative and less about duty.

Otherwise, the language is very similar. I liked learning about Ohre and all the different gadgets he, and the other miners, use. I did think his past got a bit repetitive it was mentioned at least 3 times, with no differences in the tellings , but that's about the worst of it. The next book will be tol Quick read, and an excellent continuation of the series.

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The next book will be told from Tamn's POV - so a third, new person , and I'm super curious as I think he's a great character. This book and the series in general is good for YA sci-fi fans - space, aliens, and mysterious creatures The second Heaven's Edge novella doesn't disappoint, continuing the voyage from Ohre's point of view where Qeya book one left off.

Ohre and Adi are alone, working together on what's left of the ship, when Qeya shows up to bid him a final goodbye so she can return to her new home and fulfill her duty as Orona. But she's hesitant to leave, and lends a hand to the miners much to Adi's displeasure. Their crash does't seem to be much of a coincidence, and even Ohre begins to yearn to know why. Th The second Heaven's Edge novella doesn't disappoint, continuing the voyage from Ohre's point of view where Qeya book one left off. The star-crossed lovers seem doomed be be torn apart, even as they are thrust together, but a common enemy and a savage land brings things to a boiling point.

Can't wait to see book three from Tamn's perspective. This is one of those that would have been great as a full story and fleshed out. There is a lot to it that leaves one with questions in the end.

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The concept and ideas are interesting, and lead with a lot to work with. This book in the series? With the length of it being so short there isn't much time for anything to be mentioned between any major moments in the story. This also leads to there being wholes in the story line This is one of those that would have been great as a full story and fleshed out. This also leads to there being wholes in the story line as to events. Ohre continues the story where Qeya left off, only this time it's from a miner's perspective.