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Tuesday, 1 January 2019

The Jelvia has been on Earth as long as the Human. Or that's what humankind is told. The truth is out there, only no one lives long enough to find it. #scifi #erotica #alien #romance

The truth is only for the brave

Mankind had always outnumbered Jelvias until falling birth rates and the global ageing epidemic became a reality. And now the Jelvias: bigger, stronger, disease and injury resistant—and venomous—looked set to topple the Human from world domination.

Was it too late to acknowledge the invisible technology that distorted the truth about the Jelvian timeline? Too late to ask why there wasn’t there any old Jelvias?

And was it much too late to recognise the danger humanity is in?
 HOLDING OUT FOR A HERO begins with Macy Shaw, a journalist, who sees her chance to write a story ‘of a lifetime’ when her friend is mugged and rescued by a Jelvia. Macy seeks out the gallant Jelvia but doesn’t bargain on him turning her head—and her heart.

 This book is the first in the JELVIA: NOT HUMAN series. Each book will slowly reveal the true identity of the Jelvia.  All JELVIA: NOT HUMAN books can be read as a standalone novel. Contains mature themes of the sexual kind. Based on the story Eden by L. Wise.

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Jelvias: Not Human 

Holding out for a Hero

Macy tried to turn around to look at Narcifer, but his hands on her shoulders wouldn’t let her. His breath fanned her cheek as he said in her ear, ‘Once you see me, you’ll be afraid again.’
‘No, I won’t.’
‘You will. I’ll see fear and mistrust in your eyes, and I think that will break my heart.’
‘You’re just going to have to trust me.’ She reached up and took his hands away from her shoulders and then turned around to face him. He was as she remembered: tall, beautiful, completely black eyes—there was no grin this time. He looked serious, and for the first time Macy noticed his uncertainty, but it endeared him to her. The sound of the ocean and its light spray added to the surreal moment Macy found herself in—staring into a black cave and straight into the eyes of a Jelvia. His expression was impassioned, and his fingers brushed the side of her cheek.
‘I’ve dreamed about you every night since we met,’ he said, ‘and I’ll always be your hero, Macy Shaw, whether you reciprocate my sentiments or not.’
She was too stunned to move, too stunned to think.
Narcifer stepped back, misinterpreting her silence. His beautiful face was in the shadows once more, and his reflective eyes glinted. ‘I’m sorry,’ he said, and his eyes shut off as he turned and allowed the dark to swallow him up as he moved away and into the cave.

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