Save Yourself: An Epic Sci-fi Romance by S. Breaker

They’re after you. But which you…? Mistaken identities. Quantum worlds. Government conspiracies. Out of time. Save the multiverse. Save yourself. Don’t get erased. Ready?

Dr. Laney Carter is a Nobel-prize-winning physicist, awarded for her groundbreaking experimental research on string theory and quantum universes, and then led her team to successfully develop the first working prototype allowing safe, stable and educational inter-dimension travel.

Two months ago, she disappeared. So did the prototype.

So, why are there government trackers hunting down seventeen-year-old average high school student Laney Carter in this parallel universe?

She’s totally not a genius, but maybe with the help of one tall, hot, and brooding Noah Donovan, she’ll figure it out in time. Before all the worlds end. Or before they manage to delete her from existence…

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Save Yourself: An Epic Sci-fi Romance by S. Breaker

A Review
“From the opening paragraph, I could tell I was in for a wild ride with Laney and Noah. The action-packed opening chapters quickly and clearly establish the characters and situations. Let’s face it, time travel, parallel universes, special agents … writers can get trapped by ever-escalating continuity issues, especially when many of the characters cross over. The build-up to the conclusion had me dreading the end of the book … I didn’t want it to end; but it does … and satisfyingly so.”

~ Aaron Yeagle

About S. Breaker
Sara Breaker writes easy reading, feel-good love stories, and other juvenile fiction books. Short, sharp doses of happiness that take you through the requisite ups and downs of a good story, breaks your heart, puts it back together, bam! Happy ending–but then still have enough time to wash the dishes after.

Sara Breaker lives in New Zealand with her husband and two kids, and publishes independently on Amazon, in a likely futile attempt to pay for her writing addiction.

Visit S. Breaker’s website.

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