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.
Mari Yosoto has been keeping a dark and dangerous secret from everyone for the past three years. No one would believe her anyway, her ex-fiancé had seen to that. Instead of wallowing in misery, she stays busy, shuttling cargo to the Moon and back, enjoying the easy work and time alone. An old EarthCorps acquaintance asks for her help, and Mari can’t say no, even if it means working with the ex’s former best friend.
Although Trevor Nash took the missing person’s job to help his former commanding officer, deep down he needed to see Mari again. After trying and failing to find out what happened to her, Trevor makes the best of an odd situation, hoping he can remind Mari of their budding friendship and finally get some answers. When the mission goes sideways and they find the not-so-missing girl, a centuries-old conspiracy theory comes to light and the only thing more unfathomable is learning Mari’s secret.
Together with their newly formed ragtag team, Mari and Trevor team up and undertake a mission unlike anything either of them has faced before with life-altering and possibly deadly consequences.
It’s a honky-tonk life out on the asteroid belt and not the good kind.
When things go well, life is fine. Find some work, do the job, get paid, and keep flying. But since when did things go well?
It is always a bit risky picking up a job for the Order of Bo, but it’s a tough season, and the pay is good. But what seemed like a simple courier job just got a little bit more complicated. With a missing ship, a shifting rendezvous point, and a system full of misogynistic pigs, Karen and her companion Fluffy have their work cut out for them.
Oh yeah, and then there is the dragon which apparently no one else can see…
Life is not quite fine.
Love space cowboys? Hate the patriarchy? Join Karen and her cat Fluffy for an adventure like no other.
Pilot Rick Hayes flies the high skies searching for mischief. It looks like she finally found him.
From NY Times & USA TODAY Bestselling Author, Michelle M. Pillow, a space adventure romance!
Space pirate and all-around bad boy, Rick Hayes isn’t looking to change his ways. He’s one helluva pilot, has a crew he thinks of as family, and women seem to want his company. What more could a guy want? Life is too short to settle down, and he knows firsthand the less you care about, the less it hurts when you lose it. Too bad his logic doesn’t always get through to his heart. When fate tempts him with a beautiful woman that appears to see through all of his defenses….
Well, actually, the frustrating star beam took him prisoner, hit him over the head, and stole his memories, but regardless of those few minor hiccups on the road to romance Rick has to decide if love is worth the risk.
Sex, Drugs, and Starships reveals a galaxy plagued by treachery. When attorney Cindy Stride is hunted by off-world assassins, she and her alien guide must escape, and expose a real estate scheme involving multiple worlds. Along the way, they gain allies and devise a plan to bring the illegal plot to a halt. Diverse worlds, bizarre weapons, novel escapes, and a dash of eroticism all combine against a background that is this devious universe.
Former elite Federation soldier, now turned space pirate, Jackson Burke has done his best to turn his life around—for the better. He isn’t prepared when fate leaves a woman’s safety totally in his hands. Since heroes don’t leave a damsel in distress—and despite being outlaw pirates, the crew considers themselves the good guys—Jackson assumes responsibility for the beauty. It’s enough that his ship is held together by rust and sheer will, now he’s got to keep this good guy thing straight and not give into the urges the sassy female brings out in him. Raisa is everything a man could want and for some reason she seems to like him, rough edges and all, but he’s on the Federation’s wanted list and they aren’t known to back down.
“A blend of Dan Brown storytelling with Michael Crichton action…”
Sometimes secrets should remain buried.
Babylonia Steele has spent her life digging in the dirt looking for artifacts, but no dig has ever been as important as the one on Mirada. Her findings could shake the very foundation of the planet’s government.
A tip from a traitor in her inner circle has alerted the Militarian authority, and it seeks to stop her at all costs. Fortunately for her, her closest friend just happens to be Gwyn Casteliano, the best smuggler, and pilot in the quadrant.
In a life and death chase, she will risk all to protect her findings.
Will the government destroy her?
Will she lose everything beneath the Metreskan sands?
Hunted is the third book in the series, Pleiades Adventures.
Captain Roberts and his crew are at the end of their resources. The Alliance have confiscated everything of value and conscripted most of his crew. They are being taxed again. There is no way he and his crew could make enough credits to satisfy the Alliance, and they know it. They are watching him, making sure he can’t escape. The next time the Alliance boards his ship will be his last. He needs to find a way to escape the Alliance, and cross the border into the Collation of Free Worlds.
He and his crew would become exiles. It didn’t matter. He had no intention of returning to Alliance territory. It was up to Nathaniel Roberts to restore their family wealth and get revenge against the Alliance for what they did to his friends and family.
Captain Roberts was unaware that the Alliance was breaking a century-old treaty in preparation for war. The Alliance wasn’t alone; they formed a pact with the Crimson Tide, a pirate organization. Captain Roberts wouldn’t be facing one enemy; he would be facing two. He would have to fight both of them while trying to make a new home for his crew.