Science Fiction

  • Strongheart’s Woman by Zeecé Lugo

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    Two young girls close as sisters. Two lives to be lived. The world to be discovered.

    One man to be loved! Victor Strongheart arrives to meet the princess that by written accord, he must take as wife. Annasai Songbird is everything a man could want: stunningly beautiful, sexy, bright, willing. Strongheart could not be happier. Her beloved cousin Setiyah is all nettles and stings, dark and dangerous as a stormy night. The lord is glad not to be marrying her. Until Setiyah dances in the moonlight! Under the glow of a full moon, the bewitching girl moves to the beat of tribal drums. Firelight lays shadows on the hollow at the base of her neck. The soft slope of her breasts glows golden and warm. She whirls, and the sound of the tiny beads woven into her myriad of braids is like the patter of raindrops on a summer’s eve. Lord Strongheart, his beautiful promised bride at his side, watches as one enthralled, bewitched. He knows well that the heart is a treacherous thing, and his has just betrayed him.

  • Demons’ Captive by Evanne Lorraine

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    One dangerous warrior woman plus two rogue demon males equals a love to threaten an empire. As a d’skeku trooper, Zaynah belongs to the emperor. Duty is everything. She’s sworn to take her own life if she fails to achieve her mission. When demon brothers rescue her from the wreckage of her spacecraft, she faces a heartbreaking choice between honoring her vows or following her heart.

    The rebel demons live to exact vengeance from the Emperor Prado in blood. The hated royal ordered the murder of their brothers, sparing them so they would take the blame for the heinous crime. The demons escaped by stowing away on a miner heading for Ranin Seven. The remote moon, rich in the duranium essential hyper-light travel provides the brothers with a power base to bring their enemy to his knees.

    After capturing an imperial they have a new weapon–one of the emperor’s special pets, but a d’skeku assassin is a dangerous blade to wield. She might give them the vital edge they need to win or she might destroy their untested Pan-Galactic Alliance.

    Zaynah is their mate and a latent dragon on the cusp of shifting and she’s about to become a whole lot more lethal.

  • Tyro Vogel’s Extatica by Tyro Vogel

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    Is everything connected? Is there a world beyond our own? Is reality subjective to our perception? Is there a way to escape death? Is there a need to?

    On the day her life changes from bad to terminal, Irina Filidilupi finds the answers she’s looking for in a man named Victor. He is a renegade scientist who had discovered a way to tap into the core of the universe itself. It is this technology that Irina’s new friend wants her to try: technology that is as likely to become her salvation as it is to hasten the end of the world.

  • Star Crossed: Worlds Apart by Jolene Poole

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    Gwyn Farrow’s disturbing claims of an alien abduction made her parents commit her to a mental institution. When she was released, she knew that she could only rely on herself. But she doesn’t return to her normal life. She begins to spend time with a friendly alien named Kael, and although terrified of his species, she finds it in her heart to care for him. When his world declares war on hers, she is torn between defending her planet and the alien she has come to love.

  • The Sons of Adam: The sequel of The Immortal Collection (A Saga of the Ancient Family Book 2) by Eva Garcia Saenz

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    The Sons of Adam is the highly-anticipated sequel of the international best seller. The Immortal Collection”, the first part of “A Saga of the Ancient Family”, the successful immortal series that has captured the hearts of millions of teen and adult loyal readers in the US, UK, Australia, Canada and Europe, as happened before with the Urban Fantasy and Paranormal Romance Series “The Mortal Instruments” by Cassandra Clare, Teen & Young Adult Series “The Hunger Games” by Suzanne Collins, dystopian novels like “Divergent” by Veronica Roth, and the Contemporary Fantasy Romance Trilogy “All Souls” by Deborah Harkness. THE SONS OF ADAM (A SAGA OF THE ANCIENT FAMILY BOOK 2) “The past always comes back to haunt a longevo. The unexpected return of Gunnarr, the son that Iago thought had died in the battle of Kinsale in Ireland in 1602, will change the peaceful life that Iago del Castillo and Adriana Alameda had built for themselves in Santander, Spain.

  • Vanished from Dust by Shea Norwood

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    He sees them watching, and waiting… Fourteen-year-old Eric Stark is not insane. Or at least he doesn’t think he is. He wishes everyone in Dust, Texas felt the same way. But that’s not going to happen since the whole town thinks he’s crazy. Why didn’t he keep his mouth shut? Now everyone knows that crazy train Eric sees phantoms. No one understands. He’s alone until Kyle Barrett moves to town. This new friendship drives Eric to seek the truth with Kyle by his side. They soon realize that something sinister is happening to the people of Dust. Is it caused by Eric’s phantoms or is it something else? Is it connected to the mysterious death of hundreds of townspeople in 1922? They set out on a heart-stopping adventure and find themselves lost in a disturbed and deserted version of their small Texas town. They quickly discover that this new world has mysteries of its own to uncover. What they find could prove more than they bargained for and it only leads to more questions. Will they survive their encounter with these dark and mysterious beings? Will they find a way back home? Or will they be lost forever? Vanished from Dust is a paranormal story for young adults that can be compared to Stand By Me, mixed with Odd Thomas, and a twist of The Dark Tower.

  • Haline by Sundeep Ahuja

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    HALINE is at once an engaging narrative full of suspense and a compelling vision of a dystopian post-apocalyptic future crippled by climate change. Natasha Biron, leader of a group government dissenters, is struggling to survive in a world crippled by decades of war and famine, and is determined to ensure President Gavin Jemmer’s failure at re-election, which takes place in four days. Meanwhile, government employee Joaquin Deva discovers compromising classified information about President Jemmer that drives him to risk his picture-perfect life and embark on a dangerous journey to find the one person who can help him: Natasha Biron. Over the next four days, their paths collide—shattering their realities as they each discover the lies they’ve been told and the unthinkable truth they share.