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Gifts from Thol is the second book in the Thol series. At the end of Prophecy of Thol, D’laine returned to Earth leaving a broken-hearted Trakon behind on Thol. She returns to Thol with her family and one of the scientists who had investigated her disappearance from Texas.
D’laine is happy that her family is settling in at the Egrom village and getting used to their new surroundings. She knows that Thol changes people from Earth who cross over so she’s looking forward to finding out what their gifts are.
Lee and Jamie discover their gifts, and Jamie has many adventures that irk his father. Brian doesn’t seem to have a gift, and it makes him feel left out. But, Brain meets an Egrom child and they become best friends. On the other hand, big-brained Stanley Daigle has the Egroms keeping their distance.
Lee and Stanley are on a quest to find Greg Claymore, the man who disappeared from Earth in 1952. They find Greg on the other side of Thol living with the Oolarooloo people who are great healers. Greg wants nothing to do with his former Earth.
Victor, the scientist left behind on Earth, is frantic. His wife is terminally ill and he knows D’laine can heal her. He and Ben Joplin write a note and go to Coronado Beach where Claymore disappeared. They use an advanced camera to see the energy flickers. Victor slides the paper across the sand and it disappears.
In Thol, D’laine wakes and sits instantly. The piece of paper flies through the air to her hand. She reads it and sends a mental message straight to Victor telling him she will come and help.
Buffy, the Jackson’s former dog, leaps through the portal. Victor couldn’t stop her. Pup rescues her from a diwal attack. Pup leads Buffy to the palace. The Ciertrons don’t know what to make of the earth dog. Pup and Buffy become inseparable friends.
D’laine, Trakon and Stanley, bearing gifts, walk through the portal to Earth. But will they be able return to Thol? Will D’laine and Trakon get back in time to fulfill their marriage vows? Or, will they be stuck in a place that Trakon despises due to the noise, traffic, and pollution?
The adventure continues.
Forced Dreams is a science fiction romance adventure.
When the boundaries blur between dreams and reality, a woman must learn to trust her dream lover.
What if you learned that everything you thought you knew about your quiet, ordinary life was a lie?
And what if you discovered that a far-away world in trouble, an insane rebel, and coming to grips with your husband’s death had more in common than you’d ever expect?
Alma fears for her sanity and the safety of her children in a dangerous adventure that takes her to the depths of space, where a vehicle isn’t even necessary.
Recurring nightmares haunted D’laine Jackson when she woke from an eight-month coma following a tragic accident. Four images were branded in her head: a dark-haired, handsome princely young man, a fierce reptilian monster, a white furry creature whose red eyes implored her with some unspoken message, and an ominous black robot.
Now, five years later, D’laine was getting ready to go off to college. During one last shopping trip with her father and brothers for dorm supplies, a blanket of fog rolled out of the sky at the mall, in broad daylight in plain sight of dozens of witnesses. When the fog pulled back D’laine was gone.
When she woke, her nightmare turned into reality.
In a departure from the Romance to the Science Fiction genre, Dawn Ireland has nailed it.With vivid characters and masterful plotting, Thol the third planet from the Voltar and Astor suns comes to life in her hands.-By: Yvonne Crowe
After the Unified World Pact of 2045, people lived in a state of peace and prosperity previously unknown in human history. The World Guild, a new global government, managed all the needs of humanity and the animals it loved.Then in 2086, a security breach of Xavier Labs in Colorado and Zheng Industries in China released the deadly experimental agent XSKL435. Anyone outside was dead within minutes.
As statistics on the death toll are gathered from all over the world, Abby, the six-week old dog-daughter of Bill and Teresa Maxwell, was one of only four known surviving canines. News services soon announce that the other three dogs had succumbed to the deadly poison. Abby was now the last dog.