The Eve Genome

The Eve Genome

Joanne Brothwell

Language: English

Pages: 288

ISBN: 1492760161

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


Adriana Sinclair is an evolutionary mystery. Her blood type matches nothing in modern medicine. When a failed blood transfusion kills her twin sister, Adriana discovers she's a throwback to an original human that scientists have coined the “Mitochondrial Eve.” Adriana is shocked to learn her strange blood type is her family’s most protected secret. Working with spotty clues and partial facts, Adriana is determined to find the truth. Still reeling from her sister's death and the subsequent realization of her family’s secret, Adriana struggles to put her life back in order and focus on her college studies. She finds comfort in Kalan, the new guy whose striking albino features and friendly manner keep her distracted from the wreck her life has become. Kalan is exactly what she needs right now, even if he does seem a bit too interested in Adriana's mysterious bloodline...

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was seen?” I asked. “From what I understand, she was sketchy.” Kalan scratched his chin. His knuckles could be seen though his pale skin like it was transparent shrink wrap. “She's had a few pseudonyms over the years, first it was Janet Kaar, then Jennifer Robinson. When she lived in Stonewood, she was known as Jenna or Jeannie Wright. Have you ever heard of her?” “No, sorry,” I said. “Do you have any leads?” Kalan shook his head and looked directly at me. “None. All I know are those names and

was seen?” I asked. “From what I understand, she was sketchy.” Kalan scratched his chin. His knuckles could be seen though his pale skin like it was transparent shrink wrap. “She's had a few pseudonyms over the years, first it was Janet Kaar, then Jennifer Robinson. When she lived in Stonewood, she was known as Jenna or Jeannie Wright. Have you ever heard of her?” “No, sorry,” I said. “Do you have any leads?” Kalan shook his head and looked directly at me. “None. All I know are those names and

knew by the carefully planted elms staggered every five feet, I was on the street that led to Uncle Les's senior's home. “How is this going to go?” I asked. Kalan parked the car. “Who knows? Bad?” “He's not going to cooperate,” I said. “We’ll see.” I shivered at the way Kalan said those words, We’ll see, so matter-of-factly. He'd always been so gentle, but I was beginning to realize there was more to Kalan than his angelic good looks. We went into the senior's home and as we neared his

all of you. Attempts to disarm my guards or escape will be met with the highest level of force necessary.” He pinned me with his gaze. “We are a state of the art laboratory, and we will not hesitate to ensure its security.” I held Malcolm's gaze as we were led away. He knew of our abilities and he was warning me not to use them. What exactly, did he know about us? How much of our abilities were actually traits that he had genetically selected? Did he know things about me that I hadn't yet

The guard yelled, pulling the gun from the holster in his belt. “I can still shoot you in the leg!” Marcus smiled and his nostrils flared, his lips curled back in a snarl. “Try it. I'll squeeze that much harder on my way down.” The guards didn't move. Their eyes were as wide as saucers, beads of sweat dripping from their foreheads. “Let's go,” I said. We backed up toward the closest door. Tait held the door open for Marcus, who steered Malcolm forward, his throat still at the crook of his

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