THE GEMINI LETTERS
The Gemini Letters
(The Gemini Letters #1)
In the future, where a strict class system determines power and sex no longer plays any role in humanity, Amelia, a high-status Beau Monde girl is partnered with a low-status Palore boy, Dallas, and together the two of them are tasked with the responsibility of restoring humanity back into society. However, as sex is forbidden and the mixing of statuses is illegal, both Dallas and Amelia find themselves on the run as a statewide search is issued by her concerned parents and conducted by her arranged fiancé—the governor’s son—who all believe that Dallas has kidnapped Amelia. Together they must ultimately decide whether their future together is one worth fighting for—and if they can bear the consequences.
(The Gemini Letters #2)
After their violent separation, Amelia and Dallas must learn how to navigate their newfound humanity without their partner whom they both believe has been left behind in Michigan. As Amelia begins reconditioning at PictureHouse, an exclusive Beau Monde treatment center in California, she must cooperate under her new Humanoid, Cyrus. Meanwhile, Dallas adjusts to his new life in confinement, awaiting his day of execution. Their paths are separate, but will they manage to find their way without the other?
PictureHouse is the second novel in the Gemini Letters trilogy.
(The Gemini Letters #3)
Following the events of PictureHouse, Amelia and Dallas have been provided refuge at the Vanderbilt's second home in California, where Amelia's brother, Callaghan, has been forced to live in hiding following his failed treatments at PictureHouse. However, their reunion is far from comfortable. With Governor Creel in critical condition, Xaver must assume his father's position as interim Governor of Michigan, leaving both Michigan and California in disarray. His sole motivation is to capture Dallas and thus prove himself worthy of the title to the other governors as well as the people of Michigan. Cyrus, on the other hand, has secrets he must confront while Amelia develops a plan to protect not only Dallas from the new governor’s grasp, but also the life of someone Xaver is unaware of.
Compound is the final book in the Gemini Letters trilogy.