Listen up, Science Fiction and Romance fans! Mary Auclair just published the third installment of the fast-paced series Eok Warrior, called Venomous Heart! I have an excerpt waiting for you, below! Oh, and don’t forget to enter in the giveaway at the end of the […]
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I am ending this week, taking a break from contemporary romance, and moving into the realm of Science Fiction. Introducing the newly released Unexpected Demons by Layla Stone, a fast-paced novel, that is not only thrilling, but also steamy. Read more below! Of course, there […]
Today, I chose to share something a little different with you today – a romantic science fiction novel! Why always read contemporary romance, when there are books out there like Sacaren by Sadie Carter, which will bring a twist to the old (but good) standard! Read an excerpt of the book below, and don’t forget to enter in the giveaway at the end of the blog post – blessings!
Sacaren is available on November 9th, 2018 on Amazon! Pre-order it today!
Author: Sadie Carter
Series: (Sky Warriors, #2)
Publication date: November 7th 2018
Genres: Adult, Romance, Science Fiction
Frankie Ricci grew up in a household of men. She could change her own tire, fix a leaking faucet and she wasn’t afraid of squishing a spider, so what did she need a man for? Well, sure there was that. But so far, Frankie had never found someone she was interested in enough to do that.
Nope. She was happy with her life just the way it was.
Sacaren wasn’t happy. He’d always believed his pack would share a mate. Having six of them watch over one mate meant she’d always be guarded, safe. Now, the idea of having to take care of a mate on his own…it made him feel a little ill.
Especially when these human females were so fragile, so easily harmed. How was he supposed to keep one safe?</p
Well, at least they were small. He’d just have to find a submissive, obedient one and ensure that he kept her tightly under his protection at all time. That would be simple.
“I’m not some helpless female just waiting for a male to rescue her. This dress may look like something from the nineteenth century, but I am fully capable of looking after myself.”
“You are upset with me for helping get rid of that male with the knife, who wished to relieve you of your money?”
“Yes. I did not need your help.”
“But he was bigger than you. He had a knife. You were alone. At night. That is not safe.”
He nodded. Clearly, she did not realize how dangerous it was to be alone at night. “Yes, it is not safe.”
“Wow, I would never have guessed. I mean, the fact that I’ve just been involved in two attempted armed robberies really didn’t clue me in as to how unsafe it is around here.”
“It should. You should have an escort.”
“Don’t really understand sarcasm, do you? Let me guess, a big burly man to watch over me? Is that what I need?”
“Exactly.” He nodded. He was glad she now understood.
“Urgh! Lord save me from idiotic, overgrown men who think they are superior to poor, delicate females. Here’s a tip, buddy, ease up on the steroids. They’re starting to eat away at what little brains you had to begin with.”
“Steroids?” He thought furiously. “Drugs? You believe I am taking drugs?”
She ran her gaze over him. “You don’t get a body like that without some serious help. How many hours a day do you spend at the gym?”
“I do not go to a gym.”
“Uh-huh, right. You’re trying to tell me you were just born this way.” She ran her hand through the air. “What were your parents? Greek Gods? Have you got some sort of superhero complex? What happened? Leave your cape and mask at home?”
Trying to follow her words was really making his head hurt.
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Do you love science fiction? Then check out this new book by Alicia Michaels, called The Revolution. Also, don’t forget to take part in the giveaway at the end of this post! Title: The Revolution Author: Alicia Michaels Series: (The Bionics Novels, #3) Published by: […]
Time for some Science Fiction! Let me introduce you to a newly released Science Fiction Novel Rook by J. C. Andrijeski. Title: Rook Author: J.C. Andrijeski (Bridge & Sword: Awakenings #1) Publication date: April 22nd 2017 Genres: Adult, Post-Apocalyptic, Romance, Science Fiction From USA TODAY bestselling […]
Hi, Everyone! Today, I am not featuring a romance, no – today our focus here is on an action-packed, science fiction/young adult novel, that is out of this world! Okay, I know that was cheesy, but if you are a fan of that genre, you should check out a book will keep you entertained, and make it hard to put down. Daybreak is written by the award-winning, prolific author Cheree Alsop, and the introduction to a new series called Girl from the Stars.
As always, don’t forget to participate in the Giveaway at the end of this post. You don’t want to miss your chance to win a signed copy of Daybreak!
Author: Cheree Alsop
(Girl from the Stars #1)
Publication date: October 7th 2015
Genres: Action, Adventure, Science Fiction, Young Adult
Liora Day, half-human, half mess-with-her-and-you’ll-die Damaclan, had been thrown onto a rough path at a very early age. But when she is broken out of a cage by Devren, the young captain of the SS Kratos, she is shown that perhaps humanity does have a heart. The Kratos is set on a mission to rescue fallen surveyors from the Revolutionaries, and Liora is given the choice to follow her Damaclan instincts, or trust Devren’s dark eyes and captivating smile that promise an adventure unlike any she has ever experienced.
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Liora twisted the bent end inward until she felt the teeth slide free. She slipped the bar from the handcuff and let it fall off her wrist. In two more seconds, the other cuff was on the floor.
The lock of her cage proved to be more difficult. Luckily, Liora had the two pieces of the tweezers to work with. She bent the second one to match the angle of the first. Following the same steps the apprentice had done so many times, Liora pushed the bent end of the first piece into the lock opposite the pins. She turned it slowly upward until it was in tension.
Inserting the second piece, Liora raked it slowly along the pins. The small metal on metal sound set Liora’s nerves on end. If Malivian found out what she was doing, she would be tortured again. The voice in the back of her mind whispered that perhaps she wouldn’t survive a second round.
A subtle, metallic click sounded. Liora’s heart jumped. She pushed at the bars. Her breath caught in her throat when the door swung outward. Liora stepped onto the cold floor and stumbled lightheadedly. She caught herself on the next cage, pushed upright, and ran down the hall.
The alarm sounded when she hit the button for the hatch to open. As soon as the gap was wide enough, Liora jumped out. Her feet, then her knees, hit the deck of Gaulded Zero Twenty-One. She shoved up to her feet once more and ran past the other starships.
Even at the late hour, the Gaulded’s landing deck was filled with activity. It appeared the Kratos and Kirkos weren’t the only ships who had been attacked. Blow torches, plasma cutters, and blazers filled the contained air inside the Gaulded’s hold with the acrid scent of metal. The sound of mallets and hand saws sounded from every corner.
Crew members of the ships Liora passed turned to watch her go. She felt conspicuous and alone as she darted between space crafts and around repair gear. A giant pallet of artillery swung over her head. Liora ducked and made her way along the stripped hull of a Copper Crow painted to look like an iridescent fish. The name Space Poseidon glowed near the hatch.
Liora ran around the corner and slammed into Devren.
“I was about to come looking for you—” he began.
Tariq cut him off. “Dev, her face.”
Devren gently pushed her back so he could see her better. Liora dropped her gaze at his gentle probing.
“Malivian did this to you?” he asked.
The anger in his voice made Liora look up. Devren appeared ready to kill someone.
“Calm down,” Tariq told him. “Let’s get her to the ship. It’s the only place we’ll have leverage.”
Devren put a protective arm around Liora. Tariq walked behind them like a bodyguard. Liora felt as though she had entered some different reality. Somehow, even with the thought of Malivian coming after her, she felt safe between the two humans who had entered her life by accident.
Cheree Alsop is an award-winning, best-selling author who has published over 30 books, including two series through Stonehouse Ink. She is the mother of a beautiful, talented daughter and amazing twin sons who fill every day with joy and laughter. She is married to her best friend, Michael, the light of her life and her soulmate who shares her dreams and inspires her by reading the first drafts and giving much appreciated critiques. Cheree is a fulltime author and mother, which is more play than work! She enjoys reading, traveling to tropical beaches, spending time with her children, and going on family adventures while planning her next book. Cheree and Michael live in Utah where they rock out, enjoy the outdoors, plan great quests, and never stop dreaming. You can find Cheree’s other books at www.chereealsop.com
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