SFR Brigade Holiday Showcase, day 3

The year in review + a Xmas present for you

2016 was very productive.  I had three new books come out, tied for the most ever, and I sold another that will be out next year. Over the next few days I’ll be showcasing each book, so stop by each day for contests, discounts, free snippets, and more.

  • Escapee, released April
  • Future Love, released July
  • Newborn, released November
    Book three in the Alien Contact for Idiots series — and the focus of today’s post

Want to sample one of these three books? Everyone who signs up for my mailing list during the showcase will get the book of their choice in the e-book format of their choice by December 20. So sign up now!

Newborn

She was born to kill

newborn-final-2Jo Beaverpaw is born fully grown, well-armed, and impatient to tackle her Destiny. Namely, to kill her alien nation’s most wanted fugitive. Her programmers want her to live a few hours, kill, then die.

But something goes wrong.

Darby Lapierre has the thankless task of protecting the surly fugitive, Jo’s target, while she recuperates from gunshot wounds. It’s hard, but not impossible for a skillful bodyguard like Darby.

Until, that is, Jo shows up at the private hospital after an accident. Beautiful, naive young Jo knows nothing about life and love, and wants Darby to teach her. Just until she’s well enough to attack her Destiny, of course.

And then Darby will be in the way . . . .

Newborn is available at:

 

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