Avery Rendon is weeks away from realizing her dream as a Commonwealth fighter pilot when planetary politics intervene… She returns to her home planet of Asria, still hoping to break free of her controlling family and their faith. Not much has changed on Asria though, and after her almost-fiancé walks out on her, she’s not sure life can get much worse. She’s wrong. When the Haederan Empire invades Asria, intent on rebuilding their interstellar domain, Avery becomes a target…
Praise for Asrian Skies
🎄✨Meghan Tomlinson✨🎄 (@ElusiveStory) December 10, 2019
Sarah Joy Green-Hart (@SJGreenHart) December 09, 2019
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