Two aliens of different species, fathered by a Justine man, are living their lives in 1860's Texas: one filled with rage against the world, the other drawn to return to his homeworld and reclaim his land.
Before they learn to navigate a confiscated spaceship between the stars, they need to find trust in each other and stay alive in a hostile, dangerous land torn by a civil war.
But after two strong-minded Earth women alter their plans, they must make hard choices about their future. Is revenge more important than love?
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Toma the Justine stared at his controls and the rushing water below in horror and disbelief. What had happened in the intervening one hundred and twenty-four years? He was on the third planet from a star the main civilizations called the Earth and the Sun. When he landed it had been the Year of Our Lord, 1712, in their incorrect reckoning.
When he enlarged the cave to hide his ship, the Golden One, the terrain was stable and there were no people to discover it. Homes, small cities, and what the inhabitants called settlements now dotted both sides of a wide, flowing river. All types of river craft plied the water below. He checked and rechecked his coordinates. They were as correct as the first time, second time, third time, and fourth time he had run them.
If he let himself be seen while trying to find his ship capable of carrying him back to his world, someone on this planet would surely see his scouting craft. There was also the unpleasant fact that this exploratory craft did not possess the necessary power to extract the larger vessel, wherever it was. He could dive again, but it would be futile. He had found nothing below the surface but fish, logs, rocks and bits of sunken debris from the river traffic that moved along this great channel called the Mississippi.
He desperately needed to find a place less populated to hide his craft containing information he had gathered about this planet and its various peoples; information encoded on crystals for further study and extrapolation. Toma knew of one other place on this continent that had not shown any evidence of seismic activity. If he fled back to the more civilized continents, the population numbers increased the risk of his craft being discovered long before any rescue ship from his own planet would search for him or find him.