Teris Keyes and her brother Eric are two of the lucky few. A giant meteor shower is about to destroy Earth and their only escape is to be rescued by an alien race called the Kelkani, who landed on Earth two years before, offering friendship.
Teris and hundreds of other humans are placed in a camp that reminds them all of the Nazi concentration camps, but soon discover its nothing like that. The commander of the camp, Kovar Not, informs them that Earth has been destroyed by an ancient enemy of the Kelkanithe Novaria saurian species that hate all things human.
Teris soon finds herself falling in love with Commander Not.
A group of dissidents, led by Raetin Dare, doesnt want the impure Earthlings to mix with the pure Kelkani race and hell do anything within his power to destroy the humans from the backwater planet called Earth.
When Dare kidnaps Teris, Kovar and Eric must rescue her before Dare can send her and her unborn child to a labor camp where the sentence is certain death.
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Desert Breeze Publishing, Incorporated
July 14, 2011
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Excerpt from Plymouth Colony II by Sharolyn Wells
The sudden wail of a siren caused Eric and Teris to jump, drowning the different conversations and screams coming from beyond the fences. Everyone turned to look toward the ship. One of the Kelkani soldiers walked out onto the ramp. He was taller than the Earthmen by several inches, but Eric knew that, like most of the common soldiers, this one was a clone. He wore a uniform of a black tunic and black trousers. Only his white-blond hair and pallid face stood out against the darkness of his clothes.
A deathly silence descended over the crowd, heightening Eric's anticipation and fear. More people outside the fence shouted for entrance. Several ran toward the barrier. They pushed and pulled as if to tear it down. The soldiers looked at each other, and then raised their rifles again. They fired over the heads of the gathered throng. Once more, the people ran away, shaking their fists at the soldiers inside the barricade.
"That was your final warning," the commander in the jeep yelled through his megaphone. "If need be, my men are authorized to shoot to kill."
Eric had a feeling that the soldiers would never get a chance. Once the ship left, the people outside the fence would burst through the barrier in a violent frenzy, not understanding that the soldiers who'd held them back were as doomed as they.
The Kelkani on the ramp turned on some kind of amplifier; his voice echoed over the assembled crowd inside the fence.
"We will be loading momentarily. Please make sure you have your luggage tagged with your names. It will be loaded separately. Please form two lines. Males on this side..." He moved his arm to the left. "Females on this side..." He moved his arm to the right. "Please be assured that we mean you no harm and if you will proceed with boarding in an orderly fashion, it will go much faster and smoother."
Several Kelkani soldiers stood inside the interior fence surrounding the ship. They were all clones -- seventeen of them, Eric counted. They all wore the same black uniform as the one on the ramp, although these had some kind of energy pistol on their hips.
Teris and Eric made their way along with the rest of the people toward the ship. Eric held Teris close to his side.
When they reached the end of the ramp, Teris threw her arms around him. "Stay safe," she whispered. "I love you." She looked back toward the airport. He heard her whisper, "God have mercy on Earth. Goodbye, Mom and Dad."
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