When a handsome young man, claiming to be 300 years old, offers Cara a chance at a new life in his future utopian world she considers she has two options: back away cautiously or try to help the obviously deluded stranger.
Because it comes naturally to a teacher of autistic kids to help, Cara decides to take the second option. By doing so, she unwittingly opens herself up to a passionate new love in an unimaginable new world where clones extend lifespans and time travel is used to repopulate a decimated human population.
To Jac, Cara appears to be the ideal target for Retrieval: a worthy, productive human being. But when her free-thinking individualism begins to clash with his peaceful, highly regulated world he has to rethink his priorities. How much is he willing to change to keep this loving, beautiful woman in his life? And, more importantly, is he prepared to break the rules that define their very existence to stay with her?
Targeted Age Group: 17+
What was your inspiration for this book?
Aging. Lol! I thought, 'What would be my wish, if I could have anything?' The answer was my young body, while I retained my old head. I then set about creating a situation where that might be possible for my heroine, and discovered all the issues that might come with such a seemingly wonderful gift.
Why did you decide to produce an audiobook?
Because I spend so much time in front of a computer writing, I found audio books far better for my personal reading. I loved hearing words brought to life by a good narrator. So I experimented with Nine Lives.
How did you choose the reader for the book and the production company?
I went with Amazon's own audio production company as I am solely with Amazon for all my books. I auditioned narrators, found one, then she dropped out. I then went through the process again and found Ulka. Although she wasn't used to the more laid back style of romances, I think she did a great job.
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