The Last God

The Last God

Abducting the angry and suicidal god of war might not be Logan’s wisest choice, but she’s the weapon that might be able to defeat the army of Matouk. If he can show her how to love, they might save each other from the terrors that plague his nights and all of her days.

Jane’s race of god-like beings has caused chaos and left war-ravaged planets throughout the universe since the beginning of time. Her homeworld is about to fulfill her wish: for the reign of her people to end. On a mission to the doomed planet of Kaldara, Logan witnesses a violent battle between gods. One of them could offer a defense against the ruthless army of Matouk that destroyed his people. Abducting an angry and suicidal god might not be a wise choice, but if the god of war can learn to love, they both might discover a future worth living for.
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The General of the Unlata Kai has decreed that the time of her people is over. Jane’s race of god-like beings has caused enough chaos, leaving floundering hybrid races and war-ravaged planets throughout the universe. Kaldara, their home, is about to fulfill her wishes. When the planet goes, it will take her and the last of the Unlata Kai with it.

Logan Klevo sets out with the crew of the Maxim on a mission to warn the leaders of Kaldara of their imminent demise. Their announcement triggers a violent battle between gods. One of them holds knowledge that could restore the Maxim to its full strength. The possibility of a defense against the ruthless army of Matouk that destroyed Logan’s homeworld fills him with something he’s been missing, hope.

Abducting an angry and suicidal god might not be a wise choice, but if the god of war can learn to love, they both might discover a future worth living for.

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Genres: Science Fiction, Science Fiction - Romance
ASIN: B072KCMZZ1
ISBN: 1546851224
List Price: $9.95
eBook Price: $2.99
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About the Author
Jean Davis

Jean Davis lives in West Michigan with her musical husband, two nerdy teenagers, and two attention-craving terriers. When not ruining fictional lives from the comfort of her writing chair, she owns a sign and graphics business to pay the bills. Being self employed has its benefits, such as taking writing breaks, casual every day, and no one
can say purple hair is not in the employee manual. During the rare times she is away from a computer, she can be found devouring books and sushi, enjoying the offerings of local breweries, weeding her flower garden, or picking up hundreds of sticks while attempting to avoid the abundant snake population who also shares her yard.

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