Skinny Dipping on an alien world was probably not their best idea. A planet supposedly devoid of sentient life left the crew wondering if their definition of sentient should be revisited.
Hijacked from the International Space Station, Don finds himself the “guest” of a race of beings who patrol the galaxies looking to maintain some modicum of law and order. Shot at as they came nearby the Earth’s moon, the captain wants to know who shot at him, and why?
Discovering the Space station, he decides to bring it inside one of their cargo bays.
Don, a willing participant, goes on board. During the initial medical examination, their doctor learns of cancer inside Don’s lung. Creating a virus to attack the cancerous tumor; things go badly as she had never treated humans.
Uploading his conscious to one of their computers, their team works feverishly to save his failing body. Don learns all about them in their virtual reality computer. Their doctor attaches her mind to his via this machine, to learn that Don had a beautiful mind and spirit.
Emotions were abandoned in their culture, but she was allowed to experience them. For the first time in her long life, falling in love and experience what love was, the story will have you laughing, loving and crying as the two races meld; finding common ground.
Not to worry, there are no sad endings, but this ending is a surprise that you might not see coming!
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