They were the assassins. Now, they're the targets.
Adame Sacha, a professional killer with a conscience, has killed the wrong man. The repercussions of his mistake could be deadly… for him, for the ones he loves, for his people.
The Brotherhood, a league of assassins to whom he owes everything, sent him to do a job and kill a senator, the author of H-30. Except, that senator had been persuaded to pull the bill, to support the Brax rather than oppress them. An enemy has infiltrated the Brotherhood to use it for themselves, sending a Brax assassin to kill the one man in the universe he should be protecting.
Mal Renata is one of a handful of advocates working for the Brax, an alien race enslaved by humans when their planet was settled by explorers. Just as her tireless efforts are beginning to show results with shifting public opinion in favor of the Brax, someone kills the senator in the most high profile of ways, and the Brax will be blamed, endangering every man, woman, and child she fought long and hard to save. Mal has to find the assassin responsible and reveal him.
When the assassin and the human female hunting him meet, forbidden passions flare, missions mesh, and the danger escalates. Someone wants the anti-Brax bill to pass and is willing to kill to accomplish that goal. Adame and Mal might be the next victims. They will have to outrun death to uncover the culprit and find each other.
Brother Mine is a standalone, sci-fi assassin romance.
Assassins, in their world, don't happen by accident. Bryson Cantwell had been just a kid when his conviction and sentence were handed down, and the Brotherhood was there. They'd raised him, trained him, and used him, and he'd found a strange sort of home with them, which made it even more devastating that the house had fallen under his leadership. The Brothers had been reduced to pawns in the game, and he intended to make that right.
With the Brothers infiltrated and set up, Bryson finds himself confronted with a sexy, infuriating problem. Cari Renata, a media star and society darling with a mean streak, is as irresistibly drawn to Bryson as he is to her.
Cari is looking for answers, and he fears, once she gets them, she'll be looking for revenge, despite the spark of desire between them.
With the Brotherhood on the chopping block, Cari's search for justice soon makes her a target, as well. Bryson has no choice but to run with her, straight to the place those answers are hidden. She's going to hate him. The only question is how long.
Is he good enough to keep her alive, or will his obsession with the woman get her killed?
Brother's Keeper is a standalone, sci-fi assassin romance.
After inheriting the Carry Bell from the human woman who saved him many years ago, Ra'dan is called home. He's promised his adopted mother to stay away from slaver planets like his home world, but what can he do? Family has always come first.
A woman with a mission.
To the indigenous of Brin, the most populated of the three worlds, Dr. Nina Quell is a savior. She runs the free clinics that keep the natives of this world going, even as corruption and Imperial greed abound. She's a light of compassion in a very cruel world, and she's as fascinated by the Carry Bell's captain as he is by her.
A man with a goal.
The resistance wants to use Nina's connections to the royals for their cause. Nina wants to stop her family's heartless march across the galaxy. Ra just wants to keep her alive. He'll have to fight just about everyone to do it, including the good doctor.
War changes things.
Captain Luca Brine has the Carry Bell, and an infuriating first mate to go with it. Luca finds herself doing some particularly colorful runs for the Carnes Syndicate these days, beginning with a little weapons smuggling. It's not the smuggling that's dangerous, however, it's the thugs following her that catch her first mate's attention.
You can't teach an old spy new tricks...
Emery Charles trained for years to do the Empire's dirty work, and he did it without flinching. His refusal to bring in the newest captain of the Carry Bell earns him a bounty on his head and a swarm of operatives out to do the job he's refused.
Or can you?
With war closing in on the galaxy, they have to find a way out of this rat's maze of spies, war and biological weapons alive. Falling in love is bound to complicate everything, but he's not sure he has another option.
Ari Badu captained her own small cargo fleet across the sector, but there were times when it seemed the ships flew her: Times like now when she had an order that needed to be delivered to her home planet, and no ship to do it but the Carry Bell. Faced with a deadline, she loads up and heads home, only to find that nothing there has changed. The miners still work hard for scraps. The wealthy still live off the profits of the mines, and Caden Carnes still has her heart.
Do they have a second chance?
Caden doesn’t need her. He needs her ship, and she needs to bring her brother’s mining crew home. Together, they set out on a rescue that will take them into dangerous territory and bring them far too close to each other.
They’d been kids when they last saw each other, torn apart by familial obligations, class and greed, but, after all this time, they still had that spark.
Sparks cause explosions.
She’d built a world around a secret, made a family out of a lie. It had been necessary and cruel at the time, and she’d paid for it every second of the last seventeen years. She wasn’t finished paying, it seemed. She would have to come clean, fight old battles, and hunt down space pirates. Because the only thing she’d never yet said to Caden Carnes was no.