Sunday, June 24, 2018

Warriors of Risnar: Worlds Apart -- A Taste of Heaven

Between laps, he whispered, “Right there. That’s where you like it. So sweet. So beautiful.”

He was growing more ardent by the second, kissing and licking and sucking until Anneliese was certain the paroxysms of passion would turn her inside out.

“You taste amazing. Does my tongue feel good on you, tasting all your secrets?”

He was driving her crazy, and she couldn’t stand it. She grabbed his mane again, one second trying to pull him away before she disintegrated, the next pulling him in closer to chase ecstasy.

With a low, and somehow evil laugh, Nex grabbed her hands and pulled. A part of Anneliese remembered she didn’t want to hurt him, and her hands sprang open to release the desperate clutch. He pinned her hands over her head and crouched over her, grinning with delight.

“We agreed you’d accept my way of doing things. I suppose I’m going to have to insist on it since you are proving to be unwilling to honor that agreement.”

Warm flesh circled Anneliese’s ankles and tightened. He pulled her legs apart, moving slowly and carefully. Nex’s tails had appeared after all. He was opening her, making her helpless to the coming erotic assault. Anneliese’s breath caught.

Nex nuzzled her lace- and silk-clad mound, his breath warming what was already lava hot. Anneliese mewled with excitement as he burrowed his face where she was wettest. His mouth worked against the fabric separating them, sucking on the juices she’d saturated it with. She tried to kick when he brushed against her clit, sending a jolt of rapture through her. His slender but strong tails held her securely, keeping her still and vulnerable to him.

“I could take these last bits of clothes off,” he said, his words slightly muffled. He spoke with his lips touching her womanhood. The vibrations made Anneliese tremble all over, but she managed to pay attention to what he said. “Somehow it appeals to me to have the coverings shoved aside instead. As if you were taken abruptly, in a passion that allowed no delay. I enjoy you looking as if I ravished you.”

Also available, the first book of the Warriors of Risnar series:

  He was her savior, but she was his salvation.

Jeannie Gardner escapes from her captors' clutches only to find herself  trapped on a planet far from Earth.  When she is discovered, by a muscle-bound warrior, she must prove to him, and a Council of Elders, that she is not a creature set free from a lab, but a sentient being from another planet.
If she succeeds, they will send her home. If she fails, she will be executed.

Risnar warrior Kren Bolep is duty bound to protect his village from the Monsuda and their creations. But this small, pink-skinned female is different, special. As the bond between them grows, Jeannie’s vulnerability invokes Kren’s protective instincts, and he vows to uncover the truth and secure her future.   

But there is a bigger threat looming. The Monsuda are coming to get Jeannie, and they’ll use whatever means necessary. When Jeannie is taken, Kren is forced to choose—disobey the Elders and place his people in danger, or lose the only person who makes him feel whole.

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Friday, June 22, 2018

Question of the Week

Q: What's your stance on Fan Fiction based on your works?

A: I'm fine with it. It's a compliment when people are enthused enough about my worlds and characters that they use them to jumpstart their own creativity. As long as no one pulls word-for-word passages from the books themselves and presents those as his/her own work, I say, write on. And have fun!

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Wednesday, June 20, 2018

WIP Wednesday - Clans of Kalquor 12: Alien Outcast

Piper's first conversation with Imdiko Ulof is an eye-opener.

Abruptly, the Imdiko asked, “Was it the yelling in there that killed your appetite? Or are you regretting sleeping with my Dramok?”
              Piper choked on the cake, her face burning despite Ulof keeping his back to her. Once she stopped coughing, she burst out, “He told you?” If that son of a bitch had been bragging…
              “Not his style to show off about that kind of thing. I know because he smells of you and you smell like him. Nice try with the follow-up shower. Unfortunately, soap doesn’t mask all of it.”
              Great. The whole crew—and that admiral—must have figured out that I screwed Nako. Humiliation had her pushing away the remainder of the cake.
              “I guess it wasn’t a smart move to sleep with your captain. I’m not saying Nako’s not a good guy—”
              “Ha!” Ulof barked laughter, glancing at her with that boyish grin. “Well, he’s a good guy where it counts. None of us on this ship are what you’d call saints, however.”
              “You have some rough edges.”
              “Rough edges. Aren’t you the polite lady?” He snorted and turned to face her, leaning up against the counter. “You aren’t going to hurt anyone’s feelings with the truth, Piper. We’re brutes. We’re loud, uncouth, and lack even the slightest hint of decent manners. That includes your pal, Dramok Nako.”
              “Isn’t he your clanmate? Is he aware of your opinion of him?”
              “I remind him numerous times each day. He’s always glad to return the favor.” Ulof’s merriment eased, and he became more thoughtful. “It takes a particular kind of man to crew a raider. We don’t play by anyone’s set of rules, so the fleet has tended to overlook all but our worst deeds. As our captain, Nako is the toughest of the lot.”

Releasing July 3 (No pre-orders).

She escaped to Kalquor to warn the empire…but did she bring its destruction instead?

When a rogue Kalquorian raider snags a Bi’isil cruiser in Empire space, the outlaw crew is hoping for supplies. Instead, they find a Tragoom and an Earther woman with a dire warning: Bi’is is set to unleash a fatal plague on the Kalquorian Empire.

Piper Warren, with the help of her friend Ob, has faced death to save the Kalquorians from utter destruction. Instead of help, she stumbles on a ship filled with men who swear no loyalty to anyone but themselves. Can she convince them to set aside their lawless ways to save their people?

Captain Nako turned his back on Kalquor after Fleet Command decommissioned his raider. Abandoned by his government, he swears he will never lift a finger to aid them, not even against the traitor Dramok Maf and his fleet. With the new Bi’is threat, if Nako doesn’t do something, the empire will fall and its people will die.

Nako’s Nobek clanmate Terig is as fierce as they come. However, his shameful past destroyed a once-promising career, and leading his men into battle can only end in defeat.  But how can he refuse when utter annihilation is racing straight to Kalquor?

Dual breed Imdiko Ulof is a terror to anyone who crosses him. Leaving broken bodies in his wake, the ex-convict struggles with equally broken dreams. No one can tame him, until a beautiful Earther and an unlikely new friend show that belief has the power to heal all wounds.

The survival of Kalquor depends on this unlikely band of misfits. Clan Nako learns that love for an Earther woman can make heroes out of outcasts…until they discover that Piper harbors dark, deadly secrets of her own.
Releasing July 3 (No pre-orders).