I am delighted to welcome you to my blog where I am going to tell you about my story in the ‘Love & Lust in Space’ anthology.
They say your screams can’t be heard in space… Unless you have a partner or two! Eleven authors take you on a trip where any pairings are acceptable, locations vary from spaceships to strange and futuristic worlds, and interesting and exciting objects can be used in sex play.
If randy astronauts, virtual reality lovers, sex in near-death situations, a commitment phobe human and her alien lover, and reproduction in space experiments don’t do anything for you, you are clearly not human!
So try the stories in the alien worlds half of the anthology, instead. Here you’ll find alien Doms, a mysterious gladiator saving a stricken princess, an exotic dancer, a paid assassin on the run, an illegal sonic dilda’tor, and a pleasure booth. Space has never been so exciting!
My story is entitled Across the Stars.
Kai knew he couldn’t hide forever, but he never thought his old employers would send her to track him down. Lyria wants her freedom and if that means she needs to capture and return the man who stole her heart, then so be it.
It shouldn’t have hurt to see him again but it did. It didn’t matter how many times she’d told herself she could do the job without any emotion attached to it. She’d been lying to herself the moment she took the job. Seeing him there, the stubble that darken his chin, the startling blue eyes and jet black hair that always seemed like it needed a cut. It felt like someone had sucker punched her. A part of her wanted to run into his arms but she raised her gun instead. The bounty on Kai would be enough to buy her way out of Carlos establishment. She could have a normal life. All she needed to do was deliver the man in front of her.
“I don’t suppose you’ll make this easy for me?”
To her surprise Kai lowered his gun slightly. “How did you find me?”
“You told me once that if you ever got a chance to retire from the job, you wanted to just disappear. To found a town away from all the politics.” She glanced around the room. It was stripped bare. A bed. A chest of drawers. A holopad linked up to the news channels. It looked barely lived in. “This is the last place I expected to find you though.” It had taken her awhile to find him, a year in fact but she wasn’t about to admit that she’d been looking for him even before he became a job.
I’m giving away a story from my backlist, readers choice. All you need to do to enter is tell me what’s your favourite science fiction TV series?
Please do check out the other anthology authors’ blogs as you will find lots of interest and may even find some giveaways! And if you like the sound of the anthology here is the buy link (it will take you to the Amazon in your country): https://mybk.li/llis