science fiction

  • Five Moons: Resurrection by William Parker

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    Five Moons: Resurrection is science-fiction with the full flavor and robust action of a guns-blazing western. At the same time, the comedy of human nature balances the drama in this end-to-end action adventure.
    Outworld veteran, Dallas Blake, struggling to start his life over after the Corporate War. buys a war surplus starship never meant for sale. The alien enigmas of this ship engulf Dallas as he struggles to overcome his grief at the loss of his entire family. Dallas discovers that his artificial crew are all copies (called moons) of the human crew lost during the ship’s last mission as the Five Moons sets out to rescue Emma, an innocent young girl. The Mercs had killed her parents and kidnapped Emma for a monthly ransom in gold to keep her alive.
    In order to rescue Emma, Dallas needs help. So, he goes to Moss Kata to find Luke and Sam, but they all end up in jail. Mariah breaks the men out of jail. Dallas is nearly killed.
    The Five Moons arrives at the jungle planet only to discover Dallas’ old nemesis in orbit, but Dallas refuses to turn back. He’s determined to save one little girl. To save Emma, though, Dallas must first save a young jungle girl, Sophie. She guides Dallas’ squad through the jungle trails to find Emma.
    But that’s where Dallas and the crew of the Five Moons run out of luck. For all that they got right, they are put on the run by an entire Merc Battlegroup commanded by the man that gave the order to kill Dallas’ whole family. In the end, only Dallas Blake and the crew of the Five Moons can save Panara-5, their homeworld, from total annihilation at the hands of the Mercs. This one’s a nail-biter right down to the end.

  • Less Than Little Time by Sabina Green

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    On the verge of losing her battle with cancer, young environmentalist and policewoman Connie gets a chance to leave her mark on the world by helping an activist group fight for new laws.
    But when she learns the true scale of the group´s plans, she must decide between saving the planet and saving her family.

  • The Crossing Gate (A Waltz of Sin and Fire Series: Book 1) by Asiel R. Lavie

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    She can’t grow up. Literally.

    In the kingdom of Elpax, juveniles must walk through the mysterious Crossing Gate to become adults—and seventeen-year-old Lenora is determined that her third attempt at crossing to adulthood will be successful. Even though adulthood means facing horrible realities, such as sin-spots appearing on her body whenever she commits a sin, it also means being able to have a job. And Lenora needs to work to support her struggling family.
    But Lenora’s Crossing Day goes horribly wrong.

    Accused of trying to start a revolution, Lenora must obey the kingdom’s laws to the letter if she wants to take suspicion off herself. But following the rules isn’t as easy as it sounds. Especially when she meets a mysterious and handsome stranger who makes her feel emotions she’s never experienced before—even though juveniles in Elpax aren’t supposed to be capable of falling in love.

    With the long arm of the law looming over her and her family, Lenora must walk a tightrope between following the rules and investigating why she’s unable to cross. Not to mention discovering where her new adult emotions are coming from. But as Lenora uncovers more of Elpax’s terrible secrets, she realizes that fighting the system might be the only way to save her family, her country, and her first love.

    The first in an epic series perfect for fans of Victoria Aveyard’s Red Queen and Lauren Oliver’s Delirium, The Crossing Gate combines the tropes of classic YA dystopia with a Greek-inspired setting and fantasy elements that will whisk readers away on a journey like no other.

  • Do-Overs by Jon Spoelstra

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    This is an old-fashioned love story caught up in parallel worlds. You won’t guess the twists and turns, but you’ll love the string of daring do-overs ,and you might find yourself cheering out loud

  • Xeno Tryst by Troy D. Wymer

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    Xeno Tryst is an erotic space opera about a woman who is sexually expressive and advocates for sexual freedom, including relations between humans and Xenolfans. When she’s not busy with her job as a Galactic Emergency Medical Technician, she’s engaged with duties as vocalist for the symphonic metal band Maranadda.

  • Tentoria by Sorin Banu

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    An army of bionic humans made up as a last ditch solution to establish peacewill turn against humanity.
    In the 22nd century, mankind enters into a new world war to produce the first generation of Tentorians. Cyborgs with functioning bodies and human intelligence, they are the first genuine success in the artificial improvement. In time, the Tentorians come officially to be a nation, showing more and more their true nature: blood and power-thirsty, human-bodied machines. Thus, in the 25th century, the great powers made up their minds to hunt them down all over the world and have them isolated inside a region called TENTORIA.

    A Tentorian nation that will bear consequences on the past.
    The action moves back in time 500 years, to the year 2024and toaplanetEarth consisting but of a piece of land surrounded by one single large ocean, and a population of 12 million people ruled by a secret organization.Cole is a 27-year-old young man leading a happy life in this peculiar world. As the story unfolds, he realizes the reality of his existence at break-neck speed on the edge of survival.

  • Voxx: Book Two in the Mastered by the Zinn Alien Abduction Romance Series by Alana Khan

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    The ‘Girls for Guns’ lottery is a secret arrangement going back hundreds of years. The government allows the Zinns to abduct human women in exchange for advanced military technology.


    I won the lottery, a chance to take the human female of my choice for the entirety of The Quest. I can keep her alone on my ship and do whatever I desire with her for fourteen days. At the end of the period, she can choose to stay with me to be my mate, or return to Earth with her mind wiped of our time together.

    I thought it would be easy to make her crave my dominant nature. I was wrong.


    On Day One I learn I have to submit to the handsome purple male who wants to control me, body and soul. While I use our time together to explore my sensual desires, I vow to hate him until I breathe my last breath.


    If you like dominant males willing to cross the universe to find their true love, and willful human women who find them hard to resist, buy Voxx, Book 1 in this sexy trilogy. You’re guaranteed a happily ever after.

    Publisher’s Note: This is the first book of a dark trilogy and contains elements of complete power exchange, Dominance and submission and a cliffhanger. If any of these things offend you, or if you’ve ever thought a book had too much sex, please don’t buy this book.

    Intended for a mature audience.

  • Baby of the Beast by Sonia Nova

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    She’s damaged. Broken. Alone.
    After being captured by the evil Krezlians not once but twice, nightmares haunt Iris whenever she closes her eyes. She’s finally safe now, but she can’t enjoy her freedom. Not with Zeon dead. He was her light in the darkness, her reason to live despite the horrific experiments at the hands of her captors. He vowed that they would get out together… but in the end, only she did.

    When Iris discovers she’s pregnant with Zeon’s child, her world tilts yet again.

    This half-alien baby is all she has left of Zeon – but how will they survive alone?

    He’ll protect what belongs to him – or die trying…
    Zeon has made mistakes. He abandoned the Alliance, took up piracy, and got himself locked up in a cell by the very people he hates the most: the monsters who created him. Meeting the human female changed it all, and Zeon will do whatever it takes to get back to Iris – because without her, he has no reason to live.

    But when he finds her, Zeon discovers there’s more to protect than the woman he loves.

    She’s pregnant. With his baby.

    A baby that his makers would do anything to get their scaly hands on.

  • His 16th Face by Stephanie Van Orman

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    Christian is the wrong man for Beth to love. Everything about him is forbidden. If he loved her, it would be a crime. If she loved him, she would be overlooking a hundred lies.

    She knew when she woke up on a beach in Mexico after years of battling heart disease, that he had risked everything to save her. The past always catches up to him. Hunted, he must change his name and change his face, as if he never even existed.

    The price of love is unimaginable.

  • The Alien Reindeer’s Joy by Sonia Nova

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    Dashing through the snow is no fun when you’re running for your life…
    For reindeer shifter Kaelar, Christmas means a lot more than caroling and hot chocolate. Without him and his fellow reindeer working for Santa, excess joy would go to waste instead of into the hearts of children who need it.

    Kaelar is committed to the season and the work that comes with it—even when it means working against evil aliens whose mission is to vacuum away all the joy the reindeer fight to keep alive.

    With the happiness of hundreds of children on his shoulders, murderous reindeer hunters on his tail, and a group of vicious aliens stealing joy, finding a mate is the last thing on Kaelar’s mind.

    Until he meets her.

    Chloe is a doctor at a children’s hospital, and while she wants to fall in love and have a family, her patients are her priority—so it feels like a gift when a mysterious reindeer shows up at the hospital and brings happiness to the children seemingly by magic.

    Could the visitor be connected to the handsome, reindeer-costumed man who’s been cheering up children around town? The man Chloe can’t stop thinking about?

    All Chloe knows is that the man seems to be counteracting a strange joylessness that has shrouded the town.

    Can Kaelar save Chloe’s town before it’s too late? Or will Christmas be ruined forever?