As if the creepy cyborg and the mechanically-enhanced human crew weren’t bad enough, what was supposed to be a simple flight home to Earth was going horribly wrong. A deadly plot was unfolding. One that could jeopardize the entire human race. And Daisy found herself stuck in the middle. It wasn’t her job, saving the world, and she sure as hell didn’t want it. But the snarky young woman didn’t have a choice. But with Daisy reluctantly coming to the rescue, did humanity even stand a chance?
The Dream Dancer
Lady Bryce has a gift. She can enter dreams and persuade her will onto others.
It has served her well, especially in eliminating unsatisfactory suitors of her father’s choosing. But when she encounters Lord Rowland she wants him more than any-thing and decides to visit him in his sleep and make him desire her above all others. When she has driven Rowland to the edge of longing, she extracts a promise that he will marry her.
Daisy had run like hell, escaping from deranged cyborgs and a twisted artificial intelligence Unfortunately for her, she had survived that ordeal only to find herself in a far deeper mess. Rudely thrown in harm’s way yet again, Daisy’s original plight was now dwarfed by a new problem. One involving far more than just her crewmates and herself. Earth was in jeopardy, and much as she hated to admit it, Daisy, it seemed, was its best hope.
Wrong Side of Hell
Driving dead people around Manhattan is all in a day’s work for body mover Gideon Black. He lives in his van, talks to his passengers — even though they don’t have much to say — and occasionally helps the police solve murders. His life may not be normal, but it’s simple enough. Until the dead start talking back.