The Rift Uprising
by Amy S. Foster
Sexually frustrated teen super soldier starts to question what her organization is really doing when she meets a boy from another dimension who might be able to disable her implant so she can finally get laid.
Okay, but seriously. I loved the idea of this, I just didn’t like it that much. The world was so cool. An organization disguised as a school for advanced children turns their recruits into super soldiers so they can guard the rifts from anyone who passes through. There are innocent species and highly dangerous ones. And they’re all hidden from the rest of the world. But the world and the organization and everyone from the other dimensions and even the supporting characters were just sort of off to the side while the story revolved around Ryn and her awful inst-love.