Just released…CHAMELEON: Alien Castaway 1 #IntergalacticDatingAgency, available where eBooks are sold

Chameleon: Alien Castaways 1 (Intergalactic Dating Agency) just released! This is my first new book since March, and the start of a brand new series.

Available on Amazon, BN, Kobo, Apple, and Google Play. Book2Read Buy Link.

When you wish upon a falling star, er, UFO…

Young widow Kevanne Girardi catches sight of a meteorite streaking across the sky and wishes for a good handyman to help make her rundown lavender farm a big success. Instead, she gets a shapeshifting alien who apparently has never seen a leaky faucet before. But his loving and noble spirit make him just the man to fix her wounded heart. He hasn’t promised her forever, but a girl can hope, can’t she? Maybe she’ll make another wish…

When his ship tumbles out of the sky and lands on Earth, Chameleon never expects to fall for a human woman. Unfortunately, he can’t stay. He made a mistake that led to the devastation of an entire planet, and now the survivors are depending on him to get them to safety. He must repair his ship and leave before the Xeno Consortium finds him and Earth becomes endangered, too. But oh, he wishes he could stay with Kevanne forever…

Can a twist of fate make their wishes come true?

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Read an excerpt from Chameleon: Alien Castaways 1 #IntergalacticDatingAgency

In this scene from Chameleon: Alien Castaways 1, Chameleon and his fellow alien refugees have landed on Earth after their planet is destroyed. Kevanne spots a meteorite (it’s really their ship), and fearing it could cause a forest fire when it hits, goes to investigate.

“Somebody is headed this way,” Shadow said.

“Put the feed on the main view screen.” Tigre motioned.

The Castaway had landed in a small secluded clearing among the trees, but because the matter-energy converter had been damaged, they’d been unable to activate the cloaking device, leaving the craft visible to anyone who might happen by. Fortunately, they had been able to release a surveillance drone.

On the screen, a human steered a wheeled vehicle through the trees.

“What the herian is she riding?” Wingman gawked.

“That must be one of their fossil-fueled vehicles,” Chameleon surmised. He’d heard about them; he’d never seen one. It was astounding humans ever made it into space.

“Do you think she saw the Castaway land?” Wingman asked.

“I would say the timing is too much of a coincidence for it to be otherwise,” Tigre said. “She’s coming to investigate.”

“We can’t have that,” Chameleon said. “Until we can evaluate the natives and determine how receptive they are, it’s best if we remain out of sight.”

“You said because of the Intergalactic Dating Agency, humans would be receptive to aliens,” Wingman said.

“Yes, but we’re not with the IDA. Humans aren’t expecting us. Furthermore, my understanding is Earth is divided into different political and cultural provinces. It’s possible not everyone has been exposed to extraterrestrials, so we can’t assume they will all be welcoming. They could be dangerous.”

“Agreed.” Tigre stroked one of his facial stripes. “Caution should always be the first priority when introducing oneself to new and primitive life-forms. How far away is he?”

“I believe the human is a she.” Chameleon studied the rider. The bright-yellow garment she wore had a hood, but it had fallen back to reveal a mass of curly brown hair.

Shadow peered at his console. “About one kreptac. At her present rate of speed, she’ll reach us in three minutes.”

“Get Psy,” Tigre said. “Have him intercept the female, do a mind wipe, and relocate her—”

“Before we do anything drastic, let me try to get rid of her,” Chameleon interjected. They had no way of knowing how a human would react to a mind-cleansing. Would the last few minutes be erased? Or would she lose days or years? How far back would the amnesia go? He had dedicated his life to saving others; he hated to rob this human of her identity unless there was no other choice.

“What can you do?” Wingman asked.

“I can personify an Earth life-form and convince her to leave.”

“Okay. Try that first, but bring Psy with you as backup,” Tigre said. “If you can’t get her to leave, then Psy needs to do a mind wipe.”

“Better hurry,” Shadow said. “She’ll have us in sight in two minutes.”

Psy met him at the hatch. “We need to split up,” Chameleon said. “I’ll approach her. You should remain out of sight, unless I call for you.”

They exited the craft. The rumble of a primitive engine indicated they didn’t have long. Psy veered left, ducking into the thicker flora, and Chameleon trotted off to intercept the human. He had to see a life-form to be able to personify it. He couldn’t mimic the female herself because she would think it strange if she came face-to-face with a doppelgänger. Fortunately, as the Castaway had descended into the field, he’d caught sight of an indigenous life-form.

* * * *

Kevanne idled on the quad considering whether to proceed or go home. Recent storms had knocked down a large fir, which lay across the service road. Too much fallen timber lay in the dense woods to allow the quad to pass through easily. She sniffed the air, but smelled only fresh, rain-drenched evergreen and a tinge of exhaust from the four-wheeler. If there’d been a fire, there should have been signs of smoke by now.

Maybe the meteorite hadn’t struck out here. Distances could be deceptive. It could have hit the next county over—or burned itself out before landing.

Except a fireball that big wouldn’t burn out. So, maybe it was a UFO. Which would be really cool! She’d never met an alien.

As a kid, she’d seen every episode of every Star Trek and all the Star Wars movies. The sci-fi channel was her favorite as an adult. Dayton who’d watched auto racing and football had mocked her favorite shows. He’d pulled the plug in the middle of one episode. She’d yelled at him, and—

It’s over. It’s over. She cut the engine to the quad. In the silence, she inhaled the scent of damp earth and evergreen and released the bad memories on the exhale. They ought to bottle this smell,she thought then chuckled. They did bottle it. You could buy pine-scented everything.

What she didn’t smell was smoke. She didn’t hear any crackling. She should return to the house, make a honey-do list, go to town, and hire somebody. Maybe she’d treat herself to a burger at Millie’s and drop in at the antique store and see if they had anything “new.” She couldn’t afford to buy much—she had to save the insurance money for the business—but occasionally she’d find a bargain on a treasure. Like her patchwork quilt. The fabric squares reminded her of the kind of patterns used for men’s boxer shorts, but she imagined some grandma lovingly sewing it from bits and pieces of clothing that had belonged to the family. Sometimes she pretended her grandma—the one who died when Kevanne was a baby—had sewn it.

I’d better go back. I have a lot to do today.

But instead of firing up and reversing the four-wheeler, she swung her leg over and slid off. She loved hiking in the woods, but with the bad weather, she hadn’t been out in days. She checked the sky. Still gray—and the forecast had predicted at least two more days and two more inches of precipitation. The light spot where the meteorite-fireball-not-UFO had broken through had filled in with dark clouds.

Better make haste before the next deluge.

She jumped over the log and hurried up the forest service road, surveying left and right for any signs that something big and fiery had hit. She’d gone maybe a quarter mile when a chuffing noise caused the hair on her nape to stand up.

She froze.

A huge bear lumbered around the bend.

Bear! Oh god! Bear! What do I do? What do I do? Play dead? Climb a tree—no, bears can climb. Walk away? Oh my god. The shovel. I left the shovel on the quad.

She recalled that you needed to behave differently if the animal was a black bear or a grizzly. While the latter were territorial, the former were predatory. This animal’s coat was light brown like a grizzly’s, but black bears could range from light to dark. Why did I have to run into a bear? Why did I leave the shovel on the quad?

Everything in her screamed to run like hell, but she knew better. She inched away, not taking her eyes off the animal. It lifted its head and stared at her. It had weirdly light, almost-silver intelligent-appearing eyes, and she’d almost swear the animal had sought her gaze.

“Stay there, Mr. Bear, stay there.” She spoke softly, partly because she’d recalled you were supposed to speak in a nonthreatening tone, but mostly because she was so freaking scared, she could hardly croak out the words. “I mean you no harm. It’s just little old me, and I’m going to leave now. You can have the woods all to yourself.”

Her heart pounded like she’d run twelve blocks.

I have to get to the quad. Have to get to the quad.

With excruciating slowness, she inched one small step at a time until she smacked into something solid. A scream bubbled up into her throat until she realized she’d gotten off the path and backed into a tree. Maybe she could duck into the woods?

She vetoed that idea—the bear could travel through overgrown brush better and faster than she could. “Go away! Please, go away.” She waved her arms, but the animal continued to stalk her. He’s not leaving. Oh god. It’s a black bear. He’s going to eat me. She tried to step back onto the road, but the belt of her yellow slicker caught on a branch. As she tore it free, she bumped a hard lump in her pocket.

She dug inside and pulled out a canister of bear spray. Hands shaking, she uncapped it, dropping the lid.

The bear stood right there. Saliva dripped from its muzzle, and its odd silver eyes gleamed. It reared up on its hinds legs and let out a menacing growl.

Kevanne shot it in the face.

The bear howled, a surprisingly man-like sound.

She screamed and ran.

She tore down the road as fast as her legs would go. She expected to hear the thundering footfalls of a bear in pursuit, expected a swipe by a massive clawed paw, but she didn’t stop. She ran and ran. She leaped over the fallen log and jumped onto the quad. Firing it up, she reversed and sped away.

Chameleon Blurb

When you wish upon a falling star, er, UFO…

Young widow Kevanne Girardi catches sight of a meteorite streaking across the sky and wishes for a good handyman to help make her rundown lavender farm a big success. Instead, she gets a shapeshifting alien who apparently has never seen a leaky faucet before. But his loving and noble spirit make him just the man to fix her wounded heart. He hasn’t promised her forever, but a girl can hope, can’t she? Maybe she’ll make another wish…

When his ship tumbles out of the sky and lands on Earth, Chameleon never expects to fall for a human woman. Unfortunately, he can’t stay. He made a mistake that led to the devastation of an entire planet, and now the survivors are depending on him to get them to safety. He must repair his ship and leave before the Xeno Consortium finds him and Earth becomes endangered, too. But oh, he wishes he could stay with Kevanne forever…

Can a twist of fate make their wishes come true?

Chameleon is available on Amazon, BN, Kobo, Apple, and GooglePlay. Universal Buy Link.

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Men of Mettle Cyborg Romance Collection on sale 99¢ ~ 7 books! #iBooks #GooglePlay #Kindle #Nook #Kobo

The Men of Mettle Cyborg Romance Collection boxed set of seven books is on sale for 99 cents. But hurry! The sale ends September 13.

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The cyborgs of the clandestine military unit Cyber Operations are the only force fighting galactic domination by a terrorist mastermind. The only thing more dangerous than saving the galaxy is falling in love…

Cyborg Protector (Men of Mettle 1)
When cyborg Brock Mann is ordered to protect a planetary ambassador, he discovers she’s the woman from his past who almost ruined his life. He’ll do his duty, but he won’t fall in love with her. Cyborg Protector was previously titled Stranded with the Cyborg.

Cyborg Rogue (Men of Mettle 2)
Cyborg Kai Andros’s mission is to infiltrate a terrorist’s space station, get the intel, and get out. His orders said nothing about rescuing Mariska, the enemy’s innocent daughter. Now Cyber Operations and the terrorists are on their tail. Cyborg Rogue was previously titled Mated with the Cyborg.

Cyborg Boss (Men of Mettle 3)
Ex-Cyber Operations field agent Dale Homme who runs a secret spaceship factory has developed a sixth sense for smelling trouble. When lllumina applies for a job, he knows in minutes everything about her is false. Common sense says send her packing. His gut says she needs his protection. Cyborg Boss was previously titled Captured by the Cyborg.

Cyborg Heat (Men of Mettle 4)
Amanda Mansfield is a cyborg with something to prove. Sonny Masters is a former thug turned cyborg with nothing to lose. The only thing more dangerous than teaming up for a suicide mission is falling in love. Cyborg Heat was previously titled Trapped with the Cyborg.

Cyborg Mate (Men of Mettle 5)
Future empress Julietta never intended to fall in love with a Terran man while visiting Earth. Leaving to fulfill her responsibilities on her home planet opened up a hole in her heart that could never be filled. When March Fellows, now a cyborg, unexpectedly shows up on the eve of her arranged marriage, she and March are thrust into a political conspiracy that threatens her empire and their lives. Cyborg Mate was previously titled Claimed by the Cyborg.

Cyborg Rescuer (Men of Mettle 6)
Hostage Solia waits for death at the hands of vicious predatory aliens when Cyber Operations agent Guy Roarke disobeys orders and charges in. Can he overcome the guilt of past mistakes in time to save her life? Cyborg Rescuer was previously titled Rescued by the Cyborg and published in Pets in Space 2: Embrace the Romance.

Cyborg Commander (Men of Mettle 7)
Billionaire cyborg Carter Aymes devotes his wealth and time to saving lives. When he hires Beth O’Shea, a courageous woman with connections to his past, the attraction is immediate and strong. As their relationship heats up, so does the urgency to capture a terrorist mastermind before he can unleash a stealth weapon at a critical planetary summit. With millions of lives at stake, Carter discovers that stopping the attack may require sacrificing Beth’s life. Will Carter be able to rescue her, or will his new love be the one person he can’t save? Cyborg Commander was previously titled Hunted by the Cyborg.

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Enter to win 30 Sci-fi & PNR romances PLUS an ereader! #giveaway

If you want another out-of-this-world romance to add to your TBR pile, you can enter to win my book, Darak: Dakonian Alien Mail Order Brides, on BookSweeps today — plus 30 exciting Paranormal & Sci-Fi Romancesfrom a great collection of authors… AND a brand new eReader 😀

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Men of Mettle Cyborg Romance Collection Boxed Set ~ New Release!

All seven Men of Mettle cyborg romances have been combined into one binge-worthy, bargain-priced boxed set!

The cyborgs of the clandestine military unit Cyber Operations are the only force preventing galactic domination by a terrorist mastermind. But the only thing more dangerous than saving the galaxy is falling in love…

Cyborg Protector (Men of Mettle 1)

When cyborg Brock Mann is ordered to protect a planetary ambassador, he discovers she’s the woman from his past who almost ruined his life. He’ll do his duty, but he won’t fall in love with her. Cyborg Protector was previously titled Stranded with the Cyborg.

Cyborg Rogue (Men of Mettle 2)

Cyborg Kai Andros’s mission is to infiltrate a terrorist’s space station, get the intel, and get out. His orders said nothing about rescuing Mariska, the enemy’s innocent daughter. Now Cyber Operations and the terrorists are on their tail. Cyborg Rogue was previously titled Mated with the Cyborg.

Cyborg Boss (Men of Mettle 3)

Ex-Cyber Operations field agent Dale Homme who runs a secret spaceship factory has developed a sixth sense for smelling trouble. When lllumina applies for a job, he knows in minutes everything about her is false. Common sense says send her packing. His gut says she needs his protection. Cyborg Boss was previously titled Captured by the Cyborg.

Cyborg Heat (Men of Mettle 4)

Amanda Mansfield is a cyborg with something to prove. Sonny Masters is a former thug turned cyborg with nothing to lose. The only thing more dangerous than teaming up for a suicide mission is falling in love. Cyborg Heat was previously titled Trapped with the Cyborg.

Cyborg Mate (Men of Mettle 5)

Future empress Julietta never intended to fall in love with a Terran man while visiting Earth. Leaving to fulfill her responsibilities on her home planet opened up a hole in her heart that could never be filled. When March Fellows, now a cyborg, unexpectedly shows up on the eve of her arranged marriage, she and March are thrust into a political conspiracy that threatens her empire and their lives. Cyborg Mate was previously titled Claimed by the Cyborg.

Cyborg Rescuer (Men of Mettle 6)

Hostage Solia waits for death at the hands of vicious predatory aliens when Cyber Operations agent Guy Roarke disobeys orders and charges in. Can he overcome the guilt of past mistakes in time to save her life? Cyborg Rescuer was previously titled Rescued by the Cyborg and published in Pets in Space 2: Embrace the Romance.

Cyborg Commander (Men of Mettle 7)

Billionaire cyborg Carter Aymes devotes his wealth and time to saving lives. When he hires Beth O’Shea, a courageous woman with connections to his past, the attraction is immediate and strong. As their relationship heats up, so does the urgency to capture a terrorist mastermind before he can unleash a stealth weapon at a critical planetary summit. With millions of lives at stake, Carter discovers that stopping the attack may require sacrificing Beth’s life. Will Carter be able to rescue her, or will his new love be the one person he can’t save? Cyborg Commander was previously titled Hunted by the Cyborg.

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Line of Fyre (Alien Dragon Shifters 2) is FREE, limited time #PNR #Dragon #Shifter #SFR

Line of Fyre (Alien Dragons Shifters 2) is FREE on all booksellers for a limited time. Download HERE.

You know things are bad on Earth when you’re the president’s daughter and becoming a concubine to an alien dragon shifter seems like your best option…

Helena Marshfield made a big mistake. But making it right puts her life in danger. She’s forced to flee and become the concubine of the Draconian prince. She never expects to be attracted to the “dragon man,” and has no intention of making the relationship real.

Prince T’mar has no wish to consort with a human. Unfortunately, his father, the king, decrees he must accept her, his dragon mistakes her for their mate, and worse, the flame-haired female stirs his desires. Still, he intends to deposit her at the palace and fly away.

But when powers on Earth draw them into the line of fire, will their unexpected, unwanted burning attraction be the one thing that can save them?

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My sci-fi romance boxed sets are 40% off on @Kobo! Use promo code JULYSALE

All my sci-fi romance boxed sets are 40% off on Kobo! Deal is available in the US, UK, AU,CA & NZ. Use promo code JULYSALE at checkout. Hurry! This deal ends Tuesday, July 29.

Alien Mate boxed set | Dakonians Vol 1 | Dakonians Vo1 2

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CHAMELEON: Alien Castaways 1 now available for PREORDER

Book 1 of a brand new science fiction romance series!

Preorder now for a Sept. 16 release ~ Available everywhere

When you wish upon a falling star, er, UFO…

Young widow Kevanne Girardi catches sight of a meteorite streaking across the sky and wishes for a good handyman to help make her rundown lavender farm a big success. Instead, she gets a shapeshifting alien who apparently has never seen a leaky faucet before. But his loving and noble spirit make him just the man to fix her wounded heart. He hasn’t promised her forever, but a girl can hope, can’t she? Maybe she’ll make another wish…

When his ship tumbles out of the sky and lands on Earth, Chameleon never expects to fall for a human woman. Unfortunately, he can’t stay. He made a mistake that led to the devastation of an entire planet, and now the survivors are depending on him to get them to safety. He must repair his ship and leave before the Xeno Consortium finds him and Earth becomes endangered, too. But oh, he wishes he could stay with Kevanne forever…

Can a twist of fate make their wishes come true?

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Cyborg Protector is FREE ~ Limited Time!

Ten years ago the president’s teenage daughter, Penelope Isabella Aaron, had leveled false accusations against Brock Mann and derailed his protection officer career. Much has changed in a decade: “PIA” as he code-named her, has grown up. She’s an ambassador about to attend her first Association of Planets conference, and Brock has been transformed into a cyborg.
Now a secret agent with Cyber Operations, he gets called in, not when the going gets tough, but when the going gets impossible. So when he’s assigned to go undercover as Penelope’s husband and ensure she gets safely to the summit, he balks. But honor won’t allow him to shirk his duty, and he agrees to protect the woman he’d sworn to despise.

But if a terrorist bombing and a crash landing on a hostile planet aren’t bad enough, Brock soon discovers his unexpected growing attraction to his protectee makes Operation: PIA his most dangerous assignment yet.

Cyborg Protector (Men of Mettle 1) was originally titled Stranded with the Cyborg.

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Hiding at a pleasure resort SEEMED like a good idea, an excerpt from Cyborg Rogue

Cyborg Kai Andros, pretending to be an android, goes undercover on an alien space station. When he learns the enemy alien general intends kill his own daughter, he goes off mission to rescue her. He takes her to a pleasure resort to lay low for while. (At this point in the story, Mariska knows that her protector is not an android).

But then the worst happens…

An excerpt from Cyborg Rogue

“Get down!” Kai threw Mariska onto the bed and himself on top of her. Glass hammered the roof in a downpour.

KABOOM! A percussive wave blew out the lanai door, showering them with shards. Cries from beyond the beach pierced the air.

He hugged Mariska, shielding her with his body. “Don’t move,” he said into her ear.

“What’s happening?” she cried.

He remained on top of her, holding his breath, bracing for another blast. When none came, he lifted his head cautiously. Listened. Screams had subsided. “Stay here. I’m going to have a look.” He rolled off her.

His jaw dropped at the sight beyond the lanai.

The water had vanished! The dome had shattered, releasing an ocean flood. Only wet sand remained.

Kai flung open the main door and gaped at the destruction. Jagged chunks of glass glittered in the sand beyond which the flooded garden was visible. Bodies lay strewn while survivors, many of them naked, fled from the regiment of helmeted soldiers storming toward the beach.

He slammed the door and dragged the armoire to barricade it. It wouldn’t stop the soldiers for an instant, and the open veranda offered its own invitation.

“Go! Go!” He grabbed Mariska’s arm and pushed her toward the lavatory. “Get inside. Don’t make a sound. No matter what you hear.”

“What’s going on?”

“Lamis-Odg blew out the dome.” Kai grabbed his small pocket blaster, his sole weapon. Fuck the rules. He should have sneaked more off the Panthera.

“Let me help!” She resisted his efforts to shield her, but he forced her into the lavatory, locked the door, and dragged a dresser in front of it. He tipped over the bed and hauled it to opposite side of the room as a shield just as a robot bounded onto the veranda.

Kai fired.

The android soldier’s chest exploded, and his body flew over the rail. Three more bots thudded onto the deck; he deactivated two of them, but the third got off a shot. Photons whizzed by Kai’s right ear. From behind the bed, he retaliated and caught the robot in the face. His head blew off, but it didn’t slow him down because his operating system was in his chest. It did render him sightless, and the android’s next shot went wild.

A direct hit to his torso finished him off. The smoking body collapsed.

The locked door burst open, ejecting the armoire across the room to crash and splinter against the wall.

Soldiers rushed through the open door and from the lanai.

Kai eliminated three more bots. From the corner of his eye, he spotted an android taking aim. Before he could duck, the bot released the photon stream. It struck his arm, then, like a net, wrapped around his body, and activated. White hot electricity blazed through his electronic and human nervous system. Trussed in a spiral of electric current, he fell, writhing in agony.

His microprocessor went dark, but his human mind remained alert. Hot needles stabbed at his neurons, causing muscles to seize in painful rigor. Spittle foamed out of his mouth. Have to warn..Have to… Vocal cords paralyzed, he couldn’t utter as much as a whisper, let alone a shout. And what could he warn her to do? Stay in the bathroom? Flee out the window? What would that buy her? Seconds?

Heavy boots crunched on glass. A cape around his shoulders, Obido swept into the room. Kai had never felt so helpless in his life. He’d never been so helpless. Unable to move or speak. His eyelids were frozen; he couldn’t blink, could only stare at the ceiling as the general assessed the situation. Obido pointed to the barricaded bathroom. “Is my…daughter…in there?”

“Unknown, General,” an android responded.

“Open it,” he ordered.

The android shoved aside the dresser and tore the door from its hinges.

Mariska emerged. “Father! Thank the Great One, you’ve come. This android deactivated the pilot and hijacked the shuttle.” She didn’t spare him a glance as she stepped over his body.

Doubt slammed into him. Was she pretending she’d been taken hostage to save herself? Or had she been lying to him?

“I control my sector. Nobody thwarts my orders or takes what is mine,” Obido said.

She squared her shoulders. “I am ready to proceed to Katnia.”

Mariska, no! He’d shown her what the Ka-Tȇ were, what they did, what they would do to her. Get up! Do something! He ordered his body to leap to its feet but couldn’t get a single muscle fiber to obey.

Cyborg Rogue blurb

He isn’t supposed to save her…or fall in love

When cyborg Kai Andros pretends to be an android to infiltrate an enemy space station, his orders are simple. Get in. Gather the intel on the terrorist organization. Get out.

Then he meets Mariska, the daughter of the alien enemy general. She’s beautiful, innocent of any atrocities, and marked for death by her own father. Disobeying orders from Cy-Ops, Kai abandons his mission to defend her.

Now Cyber Operations and the terrorists are on their tail. Can a rogue cyborg outrun them all to save the woman he has come to love?

Cyborg Rogue was previously titled Mated with the Cyborg.

Available on Amazon, BN, iBooks, Google, and Kobo.

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