By Anne Osterlund
With a previous too bad to talk of, and a bleak, lonely destiny sooner than her, Aerin Renning is stunned to discover she has earned a spot on the so much specific institution within the universe. Aerin excels at Academy 7 in all yet debate, the place Dane Madousin - son of 1 of the main robust males within the Alliance - continually outtalks her. thankfully Aerin always outwits him at sparring. they're on the most sensible in their classification till Dane jeopardizes every little thing and Aerin is accidentally dragged down with him. whilst the pair is given a joint punishment, an unforeseen friendship - and romance - starts off to shape. yet Dane and Aerin either harbor harmful secrets and techniques, and the 2 are associated in methods neither of them might ever have imagined. . . .
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Dane‟s thoughts reeled. Had he just been complimented? He stood up, wanting to speak to the girl with the vivid temper. But she had fled the scene. Her name, Dane soon learned, was Aerin Renning, and though she was nothing outstanding to look at, she had a mind like an Ephesian slicer. ” Still, with the lure of food less than an hour away, Dane might have lost interest in her. If the events in technology class had not rendered that impossible. The tech lab was in the basement. And based on the semi-crumbling state of the other classrooms, Dane would not have been surprised to wade through a swath of cobwebs on his way through the door.
The blood. And the screams. Yet she had chosen to run that risk. And she was not about to let one small mistake, or one person, interfere with her chance at a future. Rising to her feet, Aerin brushed herself off. She would be a fool to think she could flip some switch and change the natural course of her feelings, but she would have to try. Facing down one challenge at a time. Beginning with Dane Madousin. Dane turned out to be a greater challenge then Aerin had anticipated. The afternoon instructor, Miss Maya, who was in charge of physical fitness and combat training, ran all the first-years through a rigorous set of fitness tests at the south end of the lawn.
Listen, I didn‟t . . that‟s not what I . . ” Dane struggled for words, something she had never seen him do in two weeks of debate. “She had nothing to do with this. ” The principal gave a sudden turn. “Oh, believe me, Mr. ” The light on Dr. Livinski‟s transmitter was blinking an hour later as she returned to her office. Red. The signal of the Council. One interrogation finished. Now time for the second. She closed the door and pulled black shades over the glass walls. Visibility would not save her from this conversation.
Academy 7 by Anne Osterlund