Light speed isn’t fast enough to outrun the heart.
Metal Reign by Nathalie Gray
Francine knows her one chance to destroy a critical Imber fuel supply is a suicide mission, but better death than living like a rat under the enemy’s thumb.
John may be only the ship’s cook, but he’s not letting his best friend go alone. Now’s a hell of a time to discover he loves her, but there’s no turning back.
The Mythmakers by Robert Appleton
Steffi and her crew of smugglers are so weary just surviving, it’s tough to get excited about one more crippled ship, even though it’s the salvage prize of a lifetime.
Until they discover it holds the last of Earth’s mythical creatures. Including the extraordinarily beautiful and uninhibited Arne. But the enemy is closing in, and Steffi must choose: cut and run, or tow the precious ship to safety.
Hearts and Minds by J.C. Hay
It was a simple smash-and-grab job. But the client failed to mention that Syna’s the diversion for an assassination attempt that leaves her with a sexy, telepathic passenger.
Inexorably, Syna is dragged into a war that isn’t hers, and discovers—between knock-down-drag-outs—that she and Galen are a whole, far stronger than the sum of their parts.
Warning: Contains explicit sex, ménage, violence, nudists, boxing as foreplay, rogue telepaths and naïve men. Space invaders were seriously harmed in the making of this book.