A LOVER OF LITERATURE WITH A PENCHANT FOR M/M ROMANCE, LGBT FICTION, SCI FI, FANTASY, PARANORMAL ROMANCE, AND PRETTY MUCH ANYTHING THAT IS A BOOK.
Lander by J. Scott Coatsworth
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
In the sequel to Skythane, Lander, we see the continuation of the story of Jameson Havercamp - an offworlder who was really a Skythane Prince of the House of the Sun - and Xander Kinnson, Skythane King of the House of the Moon. The two man were able to work together and reunify the two half planets of Oberon and Titania, spinning them back together in an alternate universe. But reunification wasn't easy and the planet, Erro, is dealing with being put back together in the form of massive storms, flooding and upheaval. And if that wasn't enough, Jameson and Xander still have to deal with Obercorp and the Syndicate gunning for them despite their elevation to rules of their own separate branches of the the Skythane people.
Prophesy isn't done with Jameson and Xander, they still have their peoples to reunite and protect and the fallout of the events leading up to the reunification. Was their destiny really 'written in prophesy' or was it just chemically enhanced? And then there's the matter of Jameson's fiancee and Xander's ex - one arriving on planet just as the cataclysm occurs, the other seemingly back from the dead.
The path of love is never easy and having the chaos of a reunified world and a war between the corporations and the original inhabitants of this planet will only make it that much harder for Jameson and Xander to figure out if their love is real or drug-induced. And if it really matters how it happened.
And what is up with Morgan? Could something even worse than avoiding the end of the world be waiting in the wings for all the people of Erro?
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