Lovers forced apart finally reunited - but nothing is as simple as it should be. Book 1 in the Reunion Series.
Selina blushed, the heat creeping over her face as she pushed at his hands. "No! You can't do that!"
"Just bloody watch me." His rough words surprised her and her hands dropped away. He continued his almost feverish work at her buttons and very quickly he had the shirt open. Selina thanked whatever had made her fasten a bra over her very tiny breasts. With gentle movements, he brushed the old material of her shirt to one side. He hissed through clenched teeth at what he saw. "You need a medic."
I'm absolutely stoked with Willsin Rowe's work and looking forward to working with him on the next covers for this series...
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Ha! I couldn't go past that title.
You know, there are so many aspects of writing Science Fiction Romance that I enjoy. Right now, I'm horrifying my friends and family with some of the research and concepts I'm using in my latest book, Children Of A Greater Evil. (I'd love to say I'm sorry, but I'm not!)
See, Science Fiction gives me the opportunity to play with a whole new set of parameters of what's acceptable in society.
For instance, hiding who you are in order to infiltrate the other side? Okay, so that includes some good guys, but is picking and choosing something you can afford to do? Maybe pick off those already mortally wounded...
Kill someone with a light fitting (been there, done that and really need the shirt!)
Playing with concepts of nanotechnology and ands efficacy in creating super soldiers. What about warrior children?
I've written quite a few now, where I've been fortunate to investigate everything from 'dead spots' where ammunition and artillery can't reach through to the heights that someone without a craft can safely jump (with or without oxygen and pressurised suits)
Want to know more about my investigations? Well, you could start with my books:
Alright, so this is merely a smattering of my scifi books! To find out more, go visit my Science Fiction page which links to all my current releases and coming soon titles!