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Warrior (Breeder 3) is now live on all sales channels. Warrior is the romance between Anika and Urazi, who were secondary characters in the previous two books. It also concludes the series. Readers will find out what happened to the … Continue reading
“Hold steady. Grip the stock from below with your left hand. Don’t get in the way of the bolt.” Grogan stepped so close, his hardened manhood prodded Anika’s left flank. She gritted her teeth, and considered dropping her trigger finger … Continue reading
Preorder now ~ August 14 release date Find out what the future holds for the women of Parseon! Amazon | Barnes & Noble | Kobo | Google Play | iBooks In a fight for freedom, will love become a casualty? … Continue reading
Warrior, the conclusion to the Breeder series, will be published on all sites Monday, August 14. It will go on preorder on Amazon on July 31. It is already available for preorder with Google Play, iBooks, Kobo, and Barnes & Noble. … Continue reading
Cover by Sweet ‘n Spicy Designs Coming in August! The exciting conclusion to the Breeder series! Warrior I have not yet decided on exact release or preorder dates, but Warrior will be released in early August. I’ve said that Terran … Continue reading
Get Warrior for 99 cents until Nov. 19! In Warrior, third book of the Breeder sci-fi romance series, two lovers discover what they’re made of when they team up to fight a common enemy. Anika has been on the run to avoid … Continue reading
From Amazon reviewers: “I like it when a author can catch me off-guard so thoroughly.” “This was powerful and emotional story that kept me on the edge of my seat the whole time. I couldn’t put it down.” “This one … Continue reading