How do you show the effect society has on its people? In small, revealing moments. Like this one from Warrior, the third and final book in the Breeder sci-fi romance series. We are in the hero’s POV (Urazi):
Her teeth flashed white in a tremulous smile, then she scooted upwards, and ran her hand over the lightscan. The room remained shrouded. She waved again.
They always engaged in their perversions cloaked by darkness. Though unlikely Marlix or Tara would investigate, he had no desire for his shameful transgressions to be discovered.
“Leave it,” he said.
“I wish to see your face.” Anika persisted and palmed the lightscan again.
“You do not have authorization to turn the lights on in my chamber,” he explained.
Warrior has been submitted to Loose Id. I anticipate publication in the fall.
A female fighting for freedom. A male armed with determination. Can they save their people?
As a despotic Qalin marches through Parseon intent on conquering every province, Commander Marlix pledges his sister to another Alpha to protect her. Desperate to decide her own fate, Anika flees and finds refuge with the guerilla resistance movement against Qalin. Marlix’s beta Urazi, a male of lesser status, tracks her intending to bring her home to fulfill her duty. But when love blossoms between them, and provinces fall to Qalin, Anika and Urazi realize home has ceased to exist and they alone are all that stand between the people of Parseon and the end of the world.
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