BioCybe began life as a freebie book called The Shuttle. It was written as a couple of scenes, as I was looking to hook new readers.
Well, once I got the rights back, it was re-written and re-worked and Pamela from Beachwalk Press took it on. To date, it's possibly one of my more ambitious cyborg novels. But boy was it fun to write!
Sandon watched as she hid her face, realizing for the first time that the barrier she erected between herself and others wasn’t self-sufficiency, but more an inability to cope with her past.
“You don’t have to do this alone.” The words slipped out, surprising him at first. But they felt right. Good. “Levia, we’ll be your family, if you let us.”
The stillness about her spoke volumes.
Can a cyber-enhanced warrior and a ship's captain find love together?
Levia Endrado never wanted to be a warrior, but at seventeen she was deemed suitable for battle. After intense training and multiple enhancements, which gave her superior strength and healing ability, she was sent off to defeat the enemy—a killing machine with a mission.
When the war was over, she had to find a new life. At twenty-seven she's a washed-up veteran without a future. Or she was, until she met Sandon Daria.
Serving as a pilot aboard Sandon's spaceship the Golden Echo makes Levia long for a different and gentler life. But old hurts and even older enemies aren't so easily forgotten. Particularly when they come back for her.
Sandon is determined to show Levia that she's more than just a BioCybe…she's the woman who completes him. Getting close is just the first step, keeping her alive is an even bigger challenge, but one he's willing to take because the prize is their combined future.
Content Warning: This book contains a broken heroine, a sexy hero, and a happy ever after that'll melt even the hardest heart.
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As the title suggests, I'm currently in the process of regaining some rights.
I am waiting for the reversion letters now for the entire Reunion Trilogy (War's End, The Assassin & Executing Justice) to jump into my inbox. I've been in touch with my designer and given her the go-ahead to rework the cover art. Hoping I should have it soon.
I've also requested A Bar In Paris.
None of these affect the paperback rights as I've never relinquished those.
I hope to have new covers, new links and new information very soon.
Thanks for sticking with me.
Yes! This is yet another reading of my books. This one is about a girl who's biological clock is ticking. She's ready for a weekend with a man and chooses Paris as her location.
It was filmed a couple of weeks ago, when the weather was still humid and sticky so yes, I'm still sweating buckets in it! (Sorry about that!)
I hope you enjoy it!
Back again for the latest reading from one of my works! I actually taped this last week, so I'm still wearing the same top and looking hot because it's still really warm as I'm preparing it!
Anyway, I wrote this book about Kelly and Connor and based it in the fictitious town of Heartbreak Hill. It's loosely based on a small village where we lived back in the year 2000!
Anyway, I hope you'll enjoy the tale.
Karina's story is quick but sharp. She's just discovered her long-time boyfriend, Barry has been sleeping with her sister and he's no intentions of going with her to Queensland where la new future awaits...
What would you do?
Grant had a great ear for listening without judging, she thought. She'd poured the story out in all its miserable glory and sobbed and snorted all the way through it.
“It’s more than okay to cry,” he said when she apologised for the waterworks.
“Barry used to tell me to stop sniffling because it makes my nose red.”
“Barry’s a prick.” He walked over to the door and locked it. “Would you like a coffee now?”