And back for the second #SixSentenceSunday of the year offering.
Last week I brought you Cyborg: Redux (Book 1 of the 21st Testing Protocol series) so I thought it made sense to follow on from there. This is a Near Futuristic SciFi...
Jonah sipped slowly at the wine in his hand. The deed completed—Michael and Clarissa
married—he now waited for the chance to make his getaway.
If only it were that simple. The senator watched him from the far side of the room, her
svelte body wrapped in a bluish-green costume, reminiscent of the pale champagne one the bride wore. A salwar kameez, Michael had informed him, in honor of their long-ago ancestry. It didn’t exactly hide her lithe figure, yet even though there was nothing suggestive in the cut or fit, he found himself unable to steer his gaze in another direction.
Children Of A Greater Evil
Children of a Greater Evil by Imogene Nix
In the deepening darkness, hope can continue to bloom.
With the knowledge of the cybernetically enhanced, causing the populace to seek stronger, faster, and better warriors, a faction has determined they can use this opportunity to further their ends.
Senator Daniella Villede takes charge of a covert agency. Their mission is to investigate and close down those who’d overthrow the government. She’s on the rise in her political career, but as conditions change, so does her role.
Jonah McDowell is just the man to head up the security force. Drawn to Daniella, he fights against his attraction. She’s his superior, a senator, and beyond his reach.
When the unthinkable happens, Daniella turns to Jonah, but staying alive is just the first step.
Content Warning: this story contains sexual content and violence but also hope for a future where love conquers evi