science fiction

Skythane by J. Scott Chatsworth

Skythane by J. Scott Chatsworth

Skythane is a sci-fi fantasy story.

There are two worlds that used to be one. They are currently in the processes of self destruction unless they can be put back together again.

Our unsuspecting heroes are Xander and Jameson. Two completely different men from distant backgrounds.

Jameson is from a conservative religious planet, is a psych, cannot be gay therefore engaged.

Xander was orphaned at a young age and the person he thought was going to save him from the streets turned out to be his worst nightmare.

Under the ruse of a third character, Quince, these two men are brought together thinking it was going to be a quick encounter when really they’re destined to save the world.

How can a troubled soul and a man denying himself be the chosen ones?

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Addict by Matt Doyle

Addict by Matt Doyle

Cassandra “Cassie” Tam is a PI. She’d love to be a cop but corruption is not her thing. Late one night she’s awoken by a very distraught and desperate woman; Lori Redwood.

Lori, a tech shifter, found her brother Ben, a virtual reality junkie, dead in his home. Cops have ruled it a suicide but Lori disagrees. So she hires PI Tam to investigate into Ben’s death.

The more Cassie pulls at the clues the more convoluted the tale becomes.

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NineStar Press: http://bit.ly/28PScEh
Amazon: http://amzn.to/2ftQPt6


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Addict by Matt Doyle

Addict by Matt Doyle

Cassandra “Cassie” Tam is a PI. She’d love to be a cop but corruption is not her thing. Late one night she’s awoken by a very distraught and desperate woman; Lori Redwood.

Lori, a tech shifter, found her brother Ben, a virtual reality junkie, dead in his home. Cops have ruled it a suicide but Lori disagrees. So she hires PI Tam to investigate into Ben’s death.

The more Cassie pulls at the clues the more convoluted the tale becomes.

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NineStar Press: http://bit.ly/28PScEh
Amazon: http://amzn.to/2ftQPt6


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Rogue Wolf by Elliot Cooper

Rogue Wolf by Elliot Cooper

Vince has been on the run from his kind since he was abolished from his home planet. Vince had fallen for and called a member of another tribe, his life mate. A death sentence to his lover.

Trent is the captain of the pirate ship Vince has found himself working on. Trent has harbored feelings for Vince since day one but Vince’s walls are high and well built. Getting past them will prove problematic for Trent, but might save all their lives.

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Throwback Thursday: How one word can change the course of a story.

Throwback Thursday: How one word can change the course of a story.

Hello!!!

Gather round everyone and I’m going to regale you with a tale of how I stumbled upon my first MM scene.  It was completely by accident.  Upon looking at the cover and reading the blurb I believed it to be MFM, and not MMF.  Talk about being pleasantly surprised.  The story was Alien Savior: The Arathians book #1 by Nicole Krizek.  The funny this is, that the blurb clearly states that the two male MCs are mated.  In my mind though I’m thinking “Good Day Mate”; that they were the best of friends and shared a bond.  Well, they shared a bond alright.  It was when one of them went down on the other that my eyes shot out of my head and I just stared at the book.  I remember thinking, “What in the hell have I gotten myself into?”  The wonderful voice that speaks to me in my head sometimes responded with, “possibly delicious sexy times.”  So I relented to the voice and continued.  Thank goodness for that because the story was amazing.  I immediately became addicted and might have read it more than once.  I plead the fifth.

The gist of the story is that The Arathians were a sterile alien race.  An unknown and regrettable side effect to an inoculation injection.  Though they lived many years they could no longer reproduce.  The male population outweighed the female by an excessive amount.  Many times one female would have multiple male mates.  (I just heard a collective sigh and many “only if that were true”s coming from the audience.  And don’t I know it!!)

When Kor and Ty were on a mission they stumbled across a human, from Earth, being sold as a slave.  This was against all laws and they quickly rescued her from her peril.  She couldn’t return home so they took her to their home.  And this is where the story gets even more “interesting”.

There are three books in this series:

Alien Savior: MMF

Alien Rescue: MF

Alien Incursion: MMF

I’m going to leave the link to the bundle.  They are also on KU so take advantage and give this sci-fi series a shot.  I can tell you if you love sci-fi and menages you’ll absolutely adore this series and be left slightly turned on.  😉

The Arathians Series: http://amzn.to/2o5Mjo5

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Adrift (Staying Afloat Book 1) by Isabelle Adler

Adrift (Staying Afloat Book 1) by Isabelle Adler

Capt. Matt is very protective over his ship and crew. Nobody goes aboard who doesn’t need to and absolutely nobody flies her but him. Except when he’s lured in by the prospect of lots of money.

Rhys is hired by a man only known as Ari to Matt and his crew to fly Matt’s ship. He’s taking them to an unknown destination to retrieve an artifact from an extinct society.

On they way their accosted by vicious aliens, a psychopath space gangster, and a pirate with a vengeance.

Plus, what they’re going after ends up being something that could end the galaxy as they know it.


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