Aleisha was born on Mars. She was eleven when she moved to Earth and fell in love with the wondrous sights there – The cities were not domed, they were open and free – The sky was blue by day, not red, and the sunsets were opposite to what she was used to.
Best of all there was Earth’s natural wilderness. The sheer scope of it awed her, the diversity of flora and fauna excited her. It was all so alien to a child of Mars.
She knew from that moment on that she wanted to live and work in a wilderness setting. She wanted to become a pioneer. She wanted to explore new worlds. As soon as Aleisha was of age (16), she joined Space Exploration And Settlement (SEAS), then waited more than a year to be placed out along the distant edge of Terran space colonization.
Within days of her arrival, though, she realizes that her dream has turned into a nightmare, but there’s no going back now and no way out.
There’s a killer in the team, a murderer with no remorse, no care.
He wants to own her.
This is Aleisha’s story in The Khekarian Threat, Book One in the Khekarian series.