When Liz is revived years later, she expects to be cured. But sentient androids are taking humans and killing them for some unknown reason. They control the medical system, and they don’t treat serious illnesses.
A resistance group wants Liz to turn the androids back into mindless machines. They tell her that’s the only way to stop the androids, and the only way she’ll be cured.
Liz wants to live, so she agrees to work with the resistance. She secretly hopes she can reason with the androids, but then she finds out why they’re taking humans.
Their Last Hope is a standalone science fiction novel about artificial intelligence and what it means to be human.
Keywords: artificial intelligence, AI science fiction, androids, near future, female protagonist
Sarah Ettritch loves to write stories featuring strong female leads. She is the author of the Rymellan Series (lesbian fiction, science fiction), Their Last Hope (science fiction), The Salbine Sisters (fantasy, lesbian fiction), Threaded Through Time (time travel romance, lesbian fiction), The Missing Comatose Woman (cozy mystery, lesbian fiction), The Deiform Fellowship Series (supernatural mystery, urban fantasy), and The Daros Chronicles (epic fantasy). Sarah lives in Toronto, Ontario. Learn more about Sarah and her books at www.sarahettritch.com.
How much courage do you need to survive betrayal, war, and loss?
Keywords: lesbian fiction, lesbian books, lesbian fiction books, fantasy novels, fantasy books, lesbian character, lesbian novels
An atheist is framed for murdering a pastor and must work with a secret religious organization to prove her innocence.
Jillian Campbell doesn’t believe in God. When a pastor tells her that she’s a supernatural being called a Deiform, and she must join a secret religious organization called the Deiform Fellowship, she dismisses him as a kook. Two days later the pastor is dead, and Jillian is arrested for his murder.
With the evidence stacked against her, Jillian expects to spend her life behind bars. But then the Fellowship breaks her out of prison and insists that the pastor told her the truth. If Jillian doesn’t join them, the Fellowship’s enemies will hunt her down and kill her.
Jillian remains skeptical, but until she proves her innocence, she’s trapped with those who claim they want to help her. Is she one of these mythical Deiforms? Find out in The Atheist.
Keywords: lesbian, lesbian protagonist, mystery, supernatural, paranormal, urban fantasy, atheist, atheism, christianity, god, religion, telepathy, astral projection, female character, female protagonist, women sleuths
“For those who were born before or after their time…”
That described Pam. She’d always felt that she’d been born too late—there was no chivalry in the world anymore.
She’d only wanted to commune with the universe while reading a “moon rhyme” in the antique book she’d purchased from the local New Age shop. She had not expected guests—especially not Jasper and Margaret, summoned one hundred years into the future by the rhyme just as Jasper was proposing to Margaret.
Now the displaced visitors insist that they be returned to 1910, and Pam and her roommate Robin agree. But the rhyme won’t work until the next moon cycle, and in the intervening month, forbidden love blooms between Pam and Jasper, and Robin and Margaret.
Keywords: time travel, time travel romance, lesbian fiction, lesbian romance, romance books, romance novels, lesbian novels, lesbian fiction, lesbian books, lesbian fiction books, lesbian character, toronto, canada