Ascension Saga: 2 - Grace Goodwin

Ascension Saga: 2

By Grace Goodwin

  • Release Date: 2018-10-08
  • Genre: Paranormal
Score: 4.5
From 38 Ratings


Leoron of Alera has learned the truth about his new mate's identity, but landed in the hands of her enemies. The time for secrets is over...

Welcome to the Interstellar Brides® all new Ascension Saga and the planet Alera, where women from Earth not only find their mates, but fight to rule the world.

Download now and as the adventure continues!


  • Great new series

    By Saxon2018
    If you read any Grace Goodwin in the past then you will love this one! You get to meet old friends from previous books. However, this is a new planet as well as a new series of books by the author, so starting reading without having to play catch up. The reading is fast, full of action, a hot alpha male, and strong female lead. Great book! Cannot wait to read more from this series. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
  • Ascension Saga :2

    By aefoulk
    Book two of the Ascension saga and like the first book I could not read it fast enough. The story just gets better and better. I can not wait to read the third book. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
  • Just not enough there to care

    By Arieslady52
    The Ascension Saga Book 2 Is the sequel to (ta-dah!) Ascension Saga Book I, and if you are annoyed by that Captain Obvious repetition, this is NOT the book for you. Repetition and artificially manufactured angst feature prominently in this minimal action long drawn out setup for Book 3. I can hardly say more without totally spoiling what minuscule plot there is, and if you've read Book 1 you know all that is known about H and H - meaning their principal occupation is sex: talking, thinking, remembering, and even (GASP) participating in, sex. Nothing changes here. No news means good news; there will be a sequel (for those who care. I am not among them.) I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout, and am voluntarily leaving a review - but this is the last one for the Ascension Saga