Reva has an interesting talent that has
been an asset to her during her lifetime of servitude. She
has a commanding voice that people canít seem to resist.
She is currently serving as a nanny on an arachnid planet
and the voice serves her well, as at any given time she
might have fifty charges. She is stunned when she is
summoned to her master to find out she has been sold to an
Enjel. Not sure what is to become of her she is shocked
when Seer tells her she is free and now has choices.
As part of her choices she has been
recruited to be in the Sector Guard and Seer makes it clear
that he wants to be more than her partner but will not force
her. These new choices need to be her decision. She is
worried how her lack of education, social skills and
newfound freedom will be a challenge, as will romantic
encounters with her Enjel.
Seering Order takes the
Sector Guard into an interesting arena of the Terren world.
The thought of being bred for slavery without even knowing
your parents etc. is a frightening one. While I canít wait
for the next installment, I was pleased with Seering
Order overall as I feel that both Reva and Enjel
were able to grow and connect as characters. As usual, I
recommend Ms. Graceís Sector Guard stories with
Seering Order being the latest.