"Time is something we can't control. We may think we have plenty of it but it ticks past so quickly, before we know it, its run out."
I never knew I needed saving until he came for me. This stranger who removes me from all I’ve ever known. Hinting at secrets I should be aware of but can’t fathom. I’m caught up in something… something huge or so he says, yet he refuses to tell me. Memories have been discarded and he begs for me to fight for them … to remember him… to remember us.
To remember the life I’m living, the life I'm apparently going through the motions with, just isn’t the truth. The truth hurts and therefore is easier to numb, to submerge myself in forgetfulness. But my life isn’t the only one at stake and for that reason alone I have to seek the truth in all it’s heartbreak, in all the confusing turmoil. I have to find the answers and only one place can give them all...
This is the first book in a trilogy. If you are allergic to over the top mushiness or cannot stomach excessive bad language, this book isn't for you.
It honestly wasn't like any science fiction romance I've ever read. It wasn't solely focused on sex or futuristic technology but on the characters. Their were still steamt moments, Kye was HOT. He was a bad ass alpha male but not some cookie cutter romantic hero, he was sensitive and cared for Faith so much.
I definitely recommend the reading of this book. There is so much intrigue that I became invested almost immediately. The writing is superb, I found myself not wanting to put the book down. K. A. Duggsy drew me in and kept me involved all the way through. The story flows nicely and never gets boring. I can’t wait to read book 2! Thank you so much K.A. Duggsy!! You have a new fan!!
This is a very unique, very inventive story line. I was caught up right away in the intrigue, mystery and danger of it all. It’s very well written with a fast-paced rhythm. The story never lags and the intrigue continues from page 1 to the very last.
The characters are relatable and well-drawn. I like Faith immediately and detested Johnson and Fraser just as much. You will too!
The “science” stuff wasn’t above me. Some authors, when writing sci-fi tend to over-explain their futuristic “stuff”. I don’t have an engineering degree; nor do I have a doctorate in all things 30th century…yet, most authors assume that I do. THIS author did not. Because of the way she wrote, I understood that this device or that one was meant for transportation, teleportation or communication without feeling as if I needed to be scientist or an engineer. At the same time, I didn’t feel “talked down to” either.
The love story was sweet. There weren’t a lot of SEX scenes…which was good. They weren’t necessary. Sometimes writers tend to believe that the gratuitous sex is what makes their book great. Sometimes, that’s true. But, they weren’t needed here and I appreciated that.
The other thing I found very exciting was that while the story is set in the future…our future…elements of the even-further-future came into play as well. Time travel, not yet invented in the beginning of the story happens when travelers from the character’s future show up! It’s really a fun twist.
About the Author
Her love of writing started with poetry and she had some works published.
Today, Tomorrow, Forever was her first novella, followed by Today, Tomorrow, Forever. Carey's Revenge. K A enjoys writing about strong women and the men who love them with a healthy dose of suspense and action thrown in.
Her first full length novel Advance (Advance Industries #1) was released in february 2016 in a genre she never thought she'd attempt.
Check out the Advance series below!