Resuming Eden is a sweet futuristic romance with multicultural main characters in their early 30s. It’s an opposites-attract second-chance love story in a near-future earth—similar to a post-EMP world. 4.3 stars on Amazon (as of 12/16/2019)
The invasion is over, billions of people are gone, but their new overlord says they’ll enjoy food, shelter, and safety if they follow the rules.
Aahana isn’t going along with any of this. Most of her friends survived the apocalypse, but she won’t forget her father died and Kanisa is still missing. No, she won’t cooperate. Except . . . her heart’s divided when her bunker landlord starts speaking up, developing plans, making decisions. What has come over Matt?
Matt spent the past sixty-six months doing anything Aahana asked, but he’s stuck in the friend zone. Except . . . his missing boss shows up—looking decades younger—with life advice that’s the opposite of what he’s been doing. He’ll try it, but will it work before Aahana reaches the end of her path to destruction? Can I save Aahana?
How can they join their hearts if Matt follows the overlord and Aahana spies for the resistance?