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- Publisher: Parker Hayden Media (July 15, 2015)
- Publication Date: July 15, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B010OSJJDG
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Golden Prophecies: A Delphi Futuristic Romance (Delphi Duo Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Thena is planet Delphi's Golden Pythia. She is the most important oracle on the planet because of her outstanding accuracy rating. Unlike other Pythias Thena remembers her prophecies and fears succumbing to madness like her mother before her. When Lancer shows up on her planet and talks about mind doctors called psychiatrists she sees a possible cure for her problems and intends to go to earth. Only her father, ignorant to her fears of insanity, refuses to let her go.
Both Thena and Lancer have reasons for keeping their agendas to themselves. Thena hasn't shared the fact that she remembers her prophecies with anyone including her own Father. Lancer goes to the planet on the pretense of making a film about the Pythias. He doesn't state his real intentions for fear the Delphians will accuse him of using them.
Nevan is the irritant in their budding relationship. He's Thena's observer who is supposed to accurately write down her prophesies. Whenever they get close Nevan gets between them. When they discover he is lying and attempting to destroy her status as Golden Pythia for his own selfish motives a distraught Thena runs off to Earth with Lancer to quickly find a cure and save both her mom, herself and her reputation.
A lack of communication and their secret agendas continually come between them, along with a series of outside events that cause them both angst and pain. Both are good people with their hearts in the right place but their different worlds divide them. Both characters must realize what is most important to them before they can find true happiness.
GOLDEN PROPHECIES is an action packed read where the adventure sometimes outweighs the romance. A little more time exploring the feelings of the hero and heroine as they dealt with each new adversity would've made the characters come truly alive for this reader.
This fantasy romance fan found the prophecy sessions quite fascinating and delighted in reading about a simpler world filled with magic rather than technological gadgets. The addition of the Pythia sidekick, the Moncat, makes for a cute addition to the story. Mirroring the heroine's emotions the Moncat adds a sweet touch of humor to this fast paced tale of other worldly love.
I never thought I would be one to enjoy futuristic romance, but this book has opened that door for me, and I shall never look back. Thank you Pam, for writing a novel I became engrosed in from beginning to end.