Pretty much all my fiction has some form of romance, but these books have more than my other science fiction.
The Alien Contact for Idiots Series
When American Indians from the future move their entire island nation to our Earth, Seattle biologist Ell Harmon makes the first alien contact. Thus begins a series that explores what it’s like to try to fit into an Earth that isn’t quite home. (Near-future sf)
- Alien Contact for Idiots — What’s a woman gonna do when she’s quarantined with an out-of-this world alien?
- Alien Contact for Kid Sisters — Fleeing bloodthirsty rebels, Ell Harmon’s sister, Marianne, finds a hero to save her. Or is he kidnapping her, instead?
- Newborn — Jo Beaverpaw is born fully grown, well-armed, and eager to tackle her Destiny: killing her alien nation’s most-wanted fugitive. Her life is pre-programmed and straightforward – until she meets the sexy bodyguard of her intended target.
Repelling the Invasion aka, The Dukelsky Family
Members of the Dukelsky family become embroiled on multiple fronts when enemy humans from the Proxima System start attacking Civ Space. Why are the Proxies attacking? And can they be stopped? (Space opera)
- The Guardian Angel of Farflung Station — The invading Proximanians don’t know it, but Sandrina, a waif-like genius, is the most dangerous person on Farflung Space Station.
They’re about to find out.
- Escapee: Repelling the Invasion — When the Proxies conquer an isolated moon, an upper-class soldier persuades a blue-collar pilot to risk her life — and her heart — to retake the moon.
- Coming Soon … Constellation XXI — Sienna Dukelsky has the unglamorous job of guiding incoming freighters to a safe docking at Farflung Space Station. But when aliens with a startling secret seize control of her tugship, Sienna’s job is suddenly the most important in the entire galaxy.