Manipulations Academy (A collection of short stories in the ExtraNormal Academy Universe)
Never underestimate the power of manipulation.
The Academy of Energetic Manipulations, a school for genetically-perfect teens gifted in the art of manipulating energy, is holding the biggest competition in its history—with a prize that includes the chance to travel to Earth and attend a real-live Earth high school. When best friends Mira and Geery decide to compete, they quickly learn that energy isn’t the only thing being manipulated at the school.
Manipulations Academy is a collection of three short stories (Smashed, Thrown & Pushed) that are prequels to the ExtraNormal Academy Universe book series. Follow the adventures of Mira and Geery as they compete against thousands of their classmates for the single spot as a teen ambassador to Earth—and discover the hard way that winners don’t always come in first, especially when politics are involved.
If you loved Hunger Games and Roswell High, you’ll love the ExtraNormal Academy Universe. Academy with an out-of-this-world twist.
Mira should have flunked out of the academy—instead, she got the assignment everybody wanted.
When seventeen-year-old Mira Johns is selected by the academy ahead of six hundred other candidates as the first student ambassador ever to travel from the planet Nreim to Earth—despite coming dead last in every competition—Mira decides it must be because she’s the least likely to attract the Earth high school’s primitive and forbidden males.
That theory is blown when she does attract the attention of one of those males—a mysterious boy with a reputation as the crazy kid. After an initial period of resistance, Mira discovers they have a connection that transcends stupid rules.
When a series of serious accidents make it clear that someone wants to force her return, Mira realizes there’s got to be something sinister going on; but she can’t ask for protection from the agents assigned to protect her without revealing her big rule violation.
Mira’s only hope to keep her new friends safe and stay on the planet with her new love is to uncover the truth to why she, the most mediocre of candidates, was actually chosen for this assignment—before the agency discovers her secret and sends her back home.
Academy with an out-of-this-world twist. ExtraNormal Academy Book One is a captivating story of romance and adventure. If you like break-the-mold paranormal YA fiction, light romance, and a twist of science fiction mixed with paranormal, then you’ll love the first book in Suzanne Reese’s groundbreaking series.
It’s official. Mira doesn't have to leave Jesse. But could the cost of their love be too high?
Mira is finding her groove on Earth with neo-humans and her genetically compromised boyfriend after the agency grants permission for her to stay permanently (as long as she agrees to never bring him home).
Things seems to be going well, until a spate of sudden deaths forces Mira to take drastic action to protect herself and several half-breed children from genetic extremists determined to eliminate anyone they feel is a threat to the objective of perfect Nreim DNA.
With the help of her friends on both Earth and Nreim, Mira goes up against the popular group at school to plan a major event that is intended to draw out the enemy—but at the same time puts everyone she loves in danger.
Can Mira get past her insecurities and summon the strength to fight a powerful enemy that hates her just for falling in love?
Mira thinks she just wants to go home. Until she gets there.
When Mira was originally sent to a school on Earth as the first-ever student ambassador from Nreim, she had a whole team of agents watching her back. But when she puts her life on the line to protect a cluster of children who pose a danger to her world’s way of life, the government decides the safety of the children isn’t worth risking agent’s lives.
Mira and her genetically imperfect boyfriend Jesse suddenly find themselves abandoned and in charge of dozens of families with half-breed children, all floating aimlessly in space in a transport ship that they refer to as a giant trash can—which feels sadly appropriate.
Forced to go up against a powerful government and a group of genetic radicals—with no support except her friends, family, and a few faculty members at the academy—Mira realizes the only way to find a home for these innocent children—and save all their lives—is to change hearts and minds about their value.
But overturning generations of radical beliefs is no easy task—especially when two planets are involved.