Ashaya Aleine is a medical prodigy and mate to Dorian Christensen.

Biography[edit | edit source]

Childhood[edit | edit source]

Life with Silence[edit | edit source]

She worked under Ming LeBon in an underground lab with Ekaterina and others, on Protocol I (and Omega).

Implant Protocol (or Protocol I)[edit | edit source]

While it is publicly known that the Council researched the theoretical foundations, it secretly furthered the program without giving it a public vote.

While the implants were supposedly there to grand total equality, in truth the were there to create slaves, who were forced to follow the Council.

Born from a rebel attack on her lab was her new mandate: Omega. Having existed far longer than Program 1, its objective is to prevent any self-regulated reproduction. Simply put, the virus would be put into every Psy, with only the Council having access to the cure. Any rebellion would mean the death of their family - the loss of their genetic material, their legacy.

Ashaya destroyed all data about the project prior to defecting from the net. While that means Omega is dead, Program I still has a chance of being finished in a few years.

Books[edit | edit source]

Mine to Possess[edit | edit source]

Hostage to Pleasure[edit | edit source]

See the main article here.

Ch 24

Ashaya states her loyalty extends to Amara, Keenan and a few others (presumably her saviors, the Arrows). They meet up with Zie Zen and discuss Keenan and her broadcasts. Her delivers a letter from Amara which Dorian promises she will read. After Zie Zen is gone, Dorian learn why Ashaya cannot leave Silence and should repair her shields since they are the only thing standing between her and her twin. When he is alarmed by Jimmy that there are telepathic sweeps happening, he brings her to a tunnel. Ashaya is terrified. So instead they escape by car (driven by Rina) to switch to another car, aiming to Tammy's house. She tells him about her bond with her sister.

When a hurt and bleeding person stumbles onto the road, they stop and check on her. She dies shortly after. Dorians sends Ashaya on her way and takes the dead body to the house nearby. It was a slaughterhouse, a family of four murdered. A teleporter appears, the same who had transported Zie Zen, dressed in black and Ming's emblem. The Arrow urges Dorian to leave, insisting the Net is not ready for the knowledge. When he says he is tired of the evisceration and will probably making a mistake one day, Dorian reprimands him he can only when he has honored them.

He finds Ashaya waiting for him, and rudely puts them back on the movie. The drive is agitated, Dorian picking on her "non-existent" feeling for Keenan. At Tammy's he reveals he concerned for her safety. Tammy tries to figure out why is so emotional about the situation; Dorian is in love.

Branded by Fire[edit | edit source]

Blaze of Memory[edit | edit source]

Bonds of Justice[edit | edit source]

Play of Passion[edit | edit source]

Kiss of Snow[edit | edit source]

Tangle of Need[edit | edit source]

Heart of Obsidian[edit | edit source]

Shield of Winter[edit | edit source]

Shards of Hope[edit | edit source]

Allegiance of Honor[edit | edit source]

Physical Appearance[edit | edit source]

Personality and Traits[edit | edit source]

She has a deep claustrophobia, originating from the first time she was buried her alive in an accident. It was exacerbated when Amara buried her again, on purpose, to test her mind's limits.

Abilities and Skills[edit | edit source]

Family[edit | edit source]

Her family consists of only Amara, her twin sister, with whom she shares a unique bond.

She has a 4 1/2 year[1] old son, Keenan Aleine (father Zie Zen).

Relationships[edit | edit source]

Amara Aleine: Her biological twin sister.

Keenan Aleine: Her adopted son and biological nephew.

Dorian Christensen: Her mate.

Ekaterina "Katya" Haas: Her coworker and friend.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • She is one of ten people who owns one of Zie Zen's golden coins, his "inner circle." Hers bears the Chinese character unity.

Quotes[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

unless stated otherwise, all sources are Hostage to Pleasure

  1. as of Hostage to Pleasure
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