The Warrior's Return
By Alyson Peterson
Ian's never been noticed, it's as if the first 15 years of his life he has been invisible. Until now. New gym teacher Coach Corbin seems determined to make his life miserable. He's everywhere that Ian is and his eyes seem to glow (not that anyone else has noticed).
And Coach Corbin has just shocked Ian with some really strange news. Ian's not human and he has to find a missing princess before his sixteenth birthday and they have to fall in love. Major over the top OUCH! How's a kid who can't even get his foster family to notice him, much less his fellow students, find a princess and get her to notice him enough to fall in love with him.
The fate of two magical worlds depends upon the success of this quest that he hasn't remembered that he remembers. And worse the princess he seeks doesn't know who she is or of their unique betrothal. But when Ian meets Arianna he instinctively knows that she is the one he seeks.
But someone is determined to prevent this peace from occurring, and he is willing to kill Ian and Arianna to do this.
Ian Quicksilver: The Warrior's Return is a story that will delight readers. Ian is the nerdy nobody that just seems to drift through life until he discovers a purpose, a quest. Arianna is the beautiful girl that everyone wants to be around, but nobody truly knows. Can these two unlikely young people rediscover what they have lost and become the heroes that their worlds need?
This is only the beginning with a promise of what may come...
I was provided a copy of this book by the publisher in exchange for my honest review and tour participation.
About the book:
Nerdy foster kid Ian just found out it’s up to him to save the galaxy. But the only way he can do it is with help from the hottest girl in school, Arianna—who doesn’t remember that she and Ian are exiles from another planet—or that they’re betrothed. So . . . that’s awkward. Funny and full of twists, this is one sci-fi adventure you won’t want to miss!
About the author:
Alyson Peterson lives in a mountainside gully –of all places– in northern Utah with her neurotic, shed-tastic dog, two ninja kids, and superhero husband. She spends her time painting, breaking bones at her Martial Arts class (mostly her own) and reading as many books as she can get her hands on.