A Guardian Angel . . . free for the taking

The Guardian Angel of Farflung Station

free for a limited time

A space opera romance with a 4.7 star rating on Amazon

The space pirates think they’ve conquered Farflung Space Station.

But they didn’t count on Duke. The station’s Head of Security wants to prove to his career-army parents he’s outgrown his youthful rebelliousness. Defeating a pirate army seems like the perfect opportunity.

And they didn’t count on Lockey. This kick-ass princess knows every weapon and martial arts system in the galaxy — and she fell in love with Duke at first sight. It’s not only her job to destroy the pirates, it’s her bloodthirstiest wish.

And most importantly, they didn’t count on Sandrina. After loving Duke from afar, she yearns to fight with him – -and for him. The attractive waif has discovered so many of Farflung’s secrets that she’s the most powerful person on the station — though nobody knows it yet.

They’re about to find out.

What readers are saying about
The Guardian Angel of Farflung Station

  • So fun to read . . . What a gem.
  • It’s filled with humour (maybe I shouldn’t have snort-laughed at “Greatest need: To shove his intestines back into his belly” but I did. Not sorry.)
  • Who could ask for more. Touching, humorous . . . thoroughly enjoyable.
  •  Strong female characters, fabulous scifi detail
  • This story is a fantastic space opera with great fleshed out characters. A rare gem. I loved the amazon, the hero and the hero-to-be. Gobbled every word up and felt like I was on that space station.

And it’s free for a limited time . . .

The Guardian Angel of Farflung Station is book one in the Repelling the Invasion series. It is available wherever fine e-books are sold, including:




  1. This is one of my favorites, Ed.

    Actually, I’m currently reading Escapee and enjoying that as well.

    I was wondering whether you had the full world and characters of this series in mind when you started, or whether you developed the ideas gradually.

    1. I had only the first book in mind, though I realized the situation could make a good series. Escapee came to me separately from Guardian Angel, though both were sort of inspired by movies.

      For Guardian Angel, the movie was Amelie, a French flick starring a painfully shy woman who goes around performing anonymous good deeds for people — though they often fail hilariously. I loved Amelie’s character and just had to write a thoroughly good character like her.

      BTW, in my original conception I wasn’t sure whether Sandrina would choose Duke or the princess. I actually favored the latter. 😉

      For Escapee, the movie was The African Queen. My Dad’s humorous take on it was that Charlie Allnut’s name was really Hoornaert and the story was set in the Belgian Congo. (Nope; he was wrong.)

      It’s an extremely well plotted movie, despite the tacked-on HEA. The book’s twists and turns, both external and internal, mirror those in the movie, though I switched genders and added a couple characters — Lance and the Proximanian whose name slips my mind. Escapee was the first runner up in sci fi InD’tale magazines annual awards.

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