Duty and Devotion by A.R. Norris

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Older sister Nettie wasn't sure what the militia thought she was, but she knew it wasn't a space fighter pilot on the front line. But Dad always pressed the importance of duty to your territory. Now she has to figure out how to survive in a place she never imagined ending up. Keeping things interesting is a very overconfident competitor, James.

Through it all, she got her younger sister Rinny. Or she believed until the moment she lost her.

As for Rinny, the Mars facility gives her chances to break family expectation and she thrives in ground combat training. She also learns life off the concert stage can be just as rewarding when she makes her first real friend and meet Daniel, who could might be "the one". He's a little more reluctant and it turns out he has a reason, a secret involving Rinny. After the enemy attacks her facility and kills he best friend, Daniel disappears. Now captured, Rinny must fight behind enemy lines to help her people remain free, and live to return home.
 

About A.R. Norris

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I live in the beautiful Northern California Wine Country of Napa Valley. Married to a wonderful husband, we have 4 children ranging from 3 to 15 and two canine babies. One very evil cat -- of which the dogs fear -- decided to accept our offer of residency and has tolerated us for about 7 years now.Although I enjoy reading all genres, my writing centers on speculative fiction. There's something about the possibilities that attracts me. It proves the human spirit cannot be dampened by time, location, or change. No matter how far in the future we go, or how deep into another realm or dimension we fall, the core of our species will always adapt and grow... plus the aliens, battles, and cruising through space and time are pretty cool.
 
Published June 14, 2011 by Desert Breeze Publishing, Inc. 217 pages
Genres: Romance, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Action & Adventure, War, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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