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Breaking up is hard to do…
Nadja Aleksander has everything she could ever want in life, except her freedom.
Intergalactic thief, Olena Leyton is one of the best space pirates to sail the high skies. Adventure is in her blood.
Dragon-shifting Prince Zoran is a man who knows what he wants.
Aeron wants nothing more than to live out her very long, solitary life in a small metal room listening to communications for the Federation Military.
Kendall Haven’s life turns upside down when she’s taken from her fueling dock home by thugs.
An uninhibited woman to match his untamed soul. That would be this alpha dragon’s ideal wife.
Riona Grey lives life on her own terms, traveling wherever the next spaceship is flying and doing what she must to get by.
Mede has spent a lifetime trying to prove she’s as strong as any male warrior.
Psychic empath and space pirate, Evan Cormier is obsessed with decoding an ominous premonition about his future.
Dev has found a home with a misfit outlaw band of space pirates and he will do anything to protect his makeshift family.
Dragon-shifter Lochlann left home to avoid a war he didn’t believe in.
Former elite Federation soldier, now turned space pirate, Jackson Burke has done his best to turn his life around—for the better.
Space pirate and all-around bad boy, Rick Hayes isn’t looking to change his ways.
Earth women better watch out. Things are about to heat up.
Vin (aka Flame) can’t believe he’s in yet another holding cell.
Sev (aka Blaze) isn’t looking for commitment, but there is no way in hell he’s letting his brother go to Earth to search for a woman by himself.
She’s hot. She’s sexy. She’s everything a lonely alien could want…
Alpha male alien Edur (aka Frost Chaos) will do anything to escape his ice tundra of a home planet.
Tushar (aka Snow Chaos) knows there is little chance of finding a wife on his ice-ball of a home planet.
Trapped in an underground silo because the air outside is too toxic to breathe, the people of Silo 1000 are very aware they’re only one of many such self-contained units.