Book: The Future Movers (The Future Movers Anthology Book 1) by Virginnia de Partecategories: Book, Science Fiction, Time Travel, Adventure, Futuristic Living, Time Shifting, Location Jumping, Future Travel, Rescues, Lost Child, Happy Ending, Paranormal Romance
Virginnia de Parteabout this anthology: Set in the future this anthology combines the first three books in 'The Future Movers' series. These include 'Love's Bright Star', 'Love's Red Heart' and 'A Talent for Loving'. Three paranormal/Sci.Fi romances, spice with adventure.
The stories revolve around the Corban family, who were bred by the Defense Department of Australia and New Zealand and were genetically enhanced at conception.
For a lucky few their talents don't develop until they are seven, the magic age when they could be adopted out into the normal community, considered as rejects by the government.
These g-alters live 'under the radar', using their talents where they can but always wary of the Defense Department who would conscript them into service should their talents be discovered.
There are time-stoppers; mind-movers, cat genes, chameleon genes, along with g-alters who can talk to the earth and trees and foresee the future.
These people could easily be your neighbors. Kind, caring and extremely intelligent they have to survive in society without revealing their special abilities.
There are five books in this series and a sixth in the wings before their stories are complete. These people are very real to me. I have lived their fears and successes and they have become family to me.
The second anthology will be released soon.
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