With much of Earth burning presently, soon Earth will fall into a very long ice age.
Fortunately, a group of women, men, half-saires, and one full-saire are hidden on a lovely island. The full-saire has a spaceship capable of leaving Earth and traveling to a more reliable planet that never grows too cold or hot.
However, when they arrive, the planet looks much like prehistoric Earth, with giant reptiles everywhere. Fortunately, Keelan and Tiburon are strong and mighty warriors. By noon, they have killed most of the deadly creatures that their life bubble protects. They also saved the life of a twelve-foot chicken-like creature who turns out to be sentient and a great help when locating dangers.
The two warriors were able to remove most of the T-Rexes as well. Only two had to be killed for refusing to leave their valley. Thus, they have survived day one.
But how long will their bullets and luck hold out?
Jesse doesn’t understand why Enigma won’t talk to her. He’ll talk to everyone else.
“Do you think Enigma will talk to me on this new planet.”
Keelan replied at once. “No.”
Jesse huffed. “Why won’t he talk to me?”
“Because in his eyes, you are his Holy Mother, and you must be protected from all harm.”
“But this makes no sense. How would Enigma talking to me cause me harm?
“His brain is far more powerful than ours. Enigma can kill with a single thought. To protect you from harm, he will never speak to you directly. He will always ask another to speak to you.
Honestly, I should not be Holy Mother. A Holy Mother should be chaste, and I haven’t been that since I was six.”
“The meaning of Holy Mother is different from the meaning on Earth. To saires, it means a woman of exceptional kindness and love. And you must accept the title, for the Saire Gods have chosen you, and that concludes the matter.”
“And what is the Holy Mother to do?”
“Love all her people.”
“Oh, I can actually do that.”
“You can. But if you ever come upon a saire you cannot love, let me know.”
“So, more saires will be coming to our planet?”
“Definitely, Keelan assured her. We are short-handed. That is why I’ll be sending our ship to Saire once we kill the most serious dangers, remove the remaining creatures from the caves, and then build rooms within the caverns for our various needs. Only then will I send the ship to Saire with a message to join us.”
“Will all the saires be coming?”
“No, only the best of the male saires will be invited.”
“What about the women?”
“They will not come.”
“Why?” Jesse insisted.
“Because they are not invited.” Keelan sighed heavily. “We have sufficient females already.”
About the Author
Liza lives in Denville, NJ with her dog Jess. Having an adventurous nature, she learned to fly small Cessnas in NJ, hang-glide in New Zealand, kayak in Pennsylvania, ski in New York, scuba dive with great white sharks in Australia, dig up dinosaur bones in Montana, sky dive in Indiana, and raft a class four river in Tasmania. She’s an avid gardener, amateur photographer, and dabbler in watercolors and graphic arts. Yet through her entire life, her first love has and always will be writing novels. She loves to create interesting characters, set them loose, and scribe what happens in a myriad of genres.
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