The journey begins with Jenara Yearling (January). Raised by her elderly great aunt, Nova Yearling, Jenara has been independent and self-sufficient since the tragic death of her parents when she was seven. Now with the passing of her great aunt, Jenara has inherited the family home in Oasis Springs, Simvada. Jenara wants to start a family because she has never really had one of her own. She hopes to find love, life, and happiness in her new hometown. Will she find the partner of her dreams and have a houseful of children, providing for future generations to survive and thrive?
Meet Rachel Colt. The future matriarch of the Colt Family. She just moved back to Twinbrook after inheriting her grandmother’s small swamp home. Passionate about politics, Rachel hopes to move up the ladder and be Governor of Louisimana, maybe even the Leader of the Free World. How far is she willing to go to make sure her dream comes true? What compromises will she be willing to make to achieve her goals?
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Malakai “Mal” Superbia takes his third wife from the “puny” planet of Simterra back to his homeworld. He is what Simterrans call the Grim Reaper, a member of an ancient polygamous vampiric race known as Kr’viots. Cora Mae Glory tells her tempestuous love affair, raising her family on this strange new world, and tolerating her husband’s other wives, their children, and the strange customs of this people. (This story is intended for a mature audience).
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When Lizzie receives an assignment from her teacher to write to a pen pal, she would’ve never guessed her writing buddy was an alien in disguise. While the assignment was only supposed to last a year, Lizzie and ARP-0107X, whom she nicknames Arpeggio, develop a friendship and keep writing throughout elementary school into their teenage years and into adulthood. He inserts himself into family on Simterra and tries to act like a Sim. The only soul who knows the truth is Lizzie. Will their alien-Sim friendship stand the test of time?
Jessica Rossum knew from childhood that she wasn’t like the others. She was different. From childhood to adulthood, she walked a lonely path, ignored at best, ridiculed at worst. When her only friend from childhood chooses another and the guy she cares for leaves town without a goodbye, Jess is forced to figure out her own path. When a mysterious stranger arrives in town with a bizarre proposition, Jess becomes aware of how little she really does know about life and love and the world around her. Jess figures she might as well take a chance. When you find out you aren’t who you think you are, even Death might look like an angel.