Excerpt from Claimings series by Lyn Gala
To help Lyn Gala celebrate the release of Assimilation, Love, and Other Human Oddities, we’ve been lucky to have the honor of hosting a wonderful scene cut from book one of the Claimings series. Those of you who’ve been reading my reviews for a long time know I’m not only a science fiction junkie but a Lyn Gala junkie as well. Possibly this excerpt made me momentarily lose my cool.
She-who-had-been-Hasha watched the humans. Ondry had forced this gathering, but she was not surprised. He was as headstrong as his mother. Both had demanded their freedom so young—too young. Rownt needed aff
ection to grow strong, and both were too stubborn to accept the love that was their right as children. Instead they rushed toward adulthood.
She sometimes wondered if there was some genetic marker for stubbornness that she could ask the one who had been Oma to identify. Continue reading Guest Post and Exclusive Excerpt by Lyn Gala