I’m extremely excited to announce that Hers, United, Book #5 in my steamy Scifi Romance series is now published. 😀 It’s available on Amazon, Apple, Google Play, Kobo, and Barnes & Noble.
Riley Griffin has two problems.
They’re called Talon and Dagger.
The two male hybrids were arrested on Silenia trying to kill each other, after which they were locked up in an impromptu drunk tank to cool down. As the psychologist on duty, it’s Riley’s task to talk sense into them.
Talon and Dagger are part of the Raptor Clan – a group of Taraseban hybrids freshly landed on Silenia. Dagger, disillusioned with his clan, just wants to get drunk. Talon, furious with Dagger’s betrayal, wants to tear him apart. When they meet Riley, both of them want her with passion they’ve never experienced before.
Now, Riley has to battle her own attraction to the two fierce warriors while discovering the forbidden desire at the heart of their conflict. Can she reconcile the men before their time on Silenia runs out, or is it simply too late for a happy end?
Note to reader: This is a dystopian MMF science fiction romance featuring action, suspense, and steamy love scenes between the three main characters. It’s part of a series but can be read as a standalone. HEA guaranteed! If you enjoy hot scifi romance where human women desire beefy alien males who swing both ways, this might be the book for you!
MMF means that the two men have a relationship with one another in addition to loving the lady. If you don’t like a story with a gay aspect, please feel free to skip this book. Instead, be on the lookout for Book #6, working title “Hers, Uncaged”.
The next book in the series will be more or less a regular M/F story, not a menage. But, of course it’ll contain plenty of steamy times between the heroine and her man. The planned publication of “Hers, Uncaged” is in 2023.
I’m stupendously relieved that Hers, United is out because the final edits were a beast. 😀 Writing the first draft, I was so in love with the story and the characters that I became blind to some glaring issues in characterization. Thank goodness for excellent critique partners who took away my rose-tinted glasses and told me what needed fixing. So, a lot of fixing happened. It took a bit longer than expected, and it was a bit harder than expected, but now that it’s done, I’m just so happy and excited.
I hope you enjoy Riley, Dagger, and Talon as much as I did!