Oklahoma author’s hardback edition novel takes readers to out-of-this-world adventure
OKLAHOMA CITY — Author Kira Tynan treats her readers with the hardback edition of “The Third Choice,” a captivating romance, sci-fi novel that is set to hit the bookshelves nationwide this week.
“The Third Choice” is a sci-fi love story set in two worlds. Chris Finch lives a quiet life in Ballard, Washington, as an IT tech. He is a loner and a loving son to two foster parents who gave up life on their own planet to raise him as their own. Their time on earth is proving difficult for the parents, who begin to suffer symptoms of early Alzheimer’s. Desperate to stop the decline in their health, and finding that he can’t keep them hidden from humans much longer, Finch begins to search for a way to return his parents to their home world. His plans are complicated by the arrivals of sweet, pretty Kiele Parker, who soon becomes the love of his life; an abandoned dog named Luther; and a brutal interplanetary policeman, who would prefer to eradicate Finch’s family than return them to their own world.
Published by Tate Publishing and Enterprises, the book is available through bookstores nationwide, from the publisher at www.tatepublishing.com/bookstore, or by visiting barnesandnoble.com or amazon.com.
Tynan is a native Oklahoman, who has returned to the Sooner State after 25 years in the Pacific Northwest. Her previous works include “Dream Lover” and “The Red King.” The author is currently writing a new novel, which is a love story set in the time of the Rapture. Tynan currently resides in Oklahoma City.