Here comes Trouble.
“Sergeant Aristasha Trouble Devoe, you have been accused of multiple crimes against the citizens of Trios Port and the League of Planets.”
When the League hands down their sentence, it’s not exactly what Trouble expects. A lifetime sentence, for however long that may be, in the League’s Company X, onboard Eternity Space Station, an inescapable prison in space. Nothing like being the newest member of X, as in exterminate, a suicide company, and she’s landed herself on the EOD squad, disarming bombs. Shit! She doesn’t know anything about disarming ordnance.
Captain Marc Avery is serving a lifetime sentence for blowing his commander’s head off. When he meets his new remote, she’s nothing like he expected. Sure, he’s guilty of murder, but he had his reasons, and that they didn’t happen to align with the League, well, let’s just say he doesn’t believe in killing thousands of innocent men, women and children for the League’s agenda, even if he’s handed a death sentence for it.
But the punishment doesn’t end there. The little lavender Droxie doesn’t know how to shut her mouth, and good gods, though she’s small, she’s a handful. In her case, it’s true that explosives come in small packages, and Avery has been handed more than he might be able to control.
Now their linked, through special hardware installed in their heads, each seeing, feeling and experiencing what the other does, the nightmare only gets better. If Avery doesn’t keep the little bundle of dynamite with a death wish alive, he’s going to go down with her. Hard.
Problem is, he’s already started to fall, and when your next mission is to save the galaxy, love has no place in your heart or mind. If they fail, not only will they die, billions will serve their death sentence along with them.
Love or duty? From the Petite Marine First Sergeant in Cinderella Wore Combat Boots, the two larger than life brothers fighting in the American Revolution in Seducing Liberty, to Gunny in Being Prince Charming, each hero and heroine must face their biggest fear.
For First Sergeant Cori Valentine, civilian life is not an option, even if the Marine Corp is giving her the boot. Can she embrace her future and walk away from all she knows? Sol, a hot Navy SEAL, can help her with that. All she has to do is reach out and take a chance. If she will, he promises to show her the night of her life, and help her find her place beyond the gates.
“You’re no Prince Charming!” Words screamed in anger end in an unwanted divorce. For military spouses, the duty to country can sometimes cost more than they are willing to pay, and the toll it takes on Gunny’s marriage is devastating. August has put in his time, but so has Lissa, his wife, but he fails to see it until it’s too late. Now, Gunny has one night to prove he can be the man she needs outside the Marine Corp. If he fails, she’ll marry another in the morning.
Out of the mists of time rides a story of espionage, rebels and a country fighting for its freedom. Madelyn, an actress, can’t separate the costumes from the real Revolution. Something seems off. When real musket balls are fired in her direction, she realizes she’s no longer on a set and her deepest desire to have one night with two hunky Culper spies, could cost her life.
Elizabeth Dodge, a proper turn of the century lady, is about to meet the man of her dreams, FBI Agent William Davidson. Little does she know he’s from the future, and trying to solve the mystery of the disappearance of the Peruvian expeditionary party she belonged to, but more importantly, who killed them all, including Elizabeth.
Can he save her from the past and give her a future much different than history recorded, or will he fail, erasing them both from the pages of time?
Some things were buried and forgotten for a reason. When you dig up the past and old bones, sometimes you also bring up the devil that gnawed on them.