On September 22, my newest science fiction romance, Stranded with the Cyborg, will be published on Amazon. All my author newsletter subscribers who buy Cyborg within 72 hours of its release can receive another surprise science fiction romance Kindle book FREE. (Hint: No, it’s not one of the Breeder books! It is something completely different that you probably don’t know about).
The buy-one-get-one free book offer will only be available to individuals who are subscribers as of Sept. 22, 2015. Details will be announced in the newsletter. The freebie will not be available to anyone else.
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Release date: Sept. 22, 2015
The daughter of the Terran president, Penelope Aaron resented the restrictions imposed upon her, but that was no reason to take it out on the man assigned to protect her. She regrets how she got Agent Brock Mann booted from the security force. But now that she’s an interplanetary ambassador about to embark on her first diplomatic mission, shestill doesn’t want him tagging along. Especially since he seems to be stronger, faster, more muscled, and sexier than she remembers. And pretending to be her husband? This mission couldn’t get more impossible!
Ten years ago Penelope Isabella Aaron had been a pain in Brock Mann’s you-know-what. Much has changed in a decade: “PIA” as he code-named her, has grown up and is about to attend her first Alliance of Planets summit conference, and Brock was transformed into a cyborg after a near-fatal attack. Now a secret agent with Cyber Operations, a covert paramilitary organization, Brock gets called in, not when the going gets tough, but when the going gets impossible. So when he’s unexpectedly assigned to escort Penelope to the summit meeting, he balks at babysitting a prissy ambassador. But after a terrorist bombing, a crash landing on a hostile planet, and a growing attraction to his protectee, Operation: PIA may become his most impossible assignment yet.