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Category: Political Intrigue

27Nov

Fate’s Mission by Laurel Richards

A love that was fated. A truth that can destroy a man’s faith. And a conflict generations in the making. When a historical discovery threatens his religious Order, Brother Reinn jin Domarr is sent to inve...

20Nov

The Wolf Who Came In From the Cold by Sela Carsen

Rig sidUlfr wants peace on Earth. Literally. As the general in command of the Fenrir troops on Earth, his mission is to maintain the security of the planet in the aftermath of an intergalactic war. And i...

07Nov

Reclaiming Their Love by Rebecca Royce

Diana Mallory lost everything when her five husbands were taken from her on the other side of the galaxy.  Back on the Milky Way side of the black hole, she’s deep into the war for Mars Station. Dian...

06Nov

Anthelion by R. A. Steffan

Ash is dead.Okay, that’s a lie. He’s not. Not really.Somehow, that doesn’t make things any better. After reports of a fatal hovercar accident outside the Capital—complete with a charred body and DNA...

05Nov

Radek by Suki Selborne

I only came to see the stars… Now I belong to a Dark Star Prince. My family thought a space cruise was just what I needed to take my mind off my college stress. But I never expected this to happen. ...

05Nov

A Most Wanted Wolf by Sela Carsen

You can’t trust a spy. That’s the nature of their job, as far as Ule tärEinar is concerned. As a warrior, she prefers direct action to sneaking around. Yet when she meets Andrew Wyatt, she can’t deny th...

01Nov

Aftermath by Mary Brock Jones

War or Peace. It doesn’t matter. There is always an enemy. Jacquel des Trurains of the planet Hathe knows all about enemies. He’s spent years as a resistance agent battling the Terran invaders of hi...

28Oct

Antibody by R. A. Steffan

Vithii military cyborgs never go rogue. At least, that’s the official line. How could they, when their emotion centers have been ripped out and replaced with tech?  No, cyborgs are only good ...

24Oct

A Wolf to Watch Over Me by Sela Carsen

Lauren Ivers should be home, reading and eating take-out. Or in her lab, working on new ideas in post-quantum theory. Instead, she’s on the run with the bodyguard she didn’t know she had in a desperate bid...

22Oct

Antigen by R. A. Steffan

She made a blood vow to save him.But first, she’ll have to save herself.  Ryder isn’t a stupid woman, and she knows better than to volunteer for things. Volunteering always gets you into trouble. S...