After being shut down for seventy years, Justine Santana awakens on Newearth with a chance to start over. The alien who rescued her has only one request—kill the man she loves. Her freedom hangs in the balance.
Is Justine a woman—or a weapon?
Worlds where deception rules but truth prevails.
Available on Amazon: Newearth Justine Awakens
Taug, an alien from Crestar, must eliminate his father’s mistake—a Human-Cresta crossbreed named Derik. When Taug awakens Justine and charges her with the assignment to kill Derik, he never suspects that she might discover the meaning of love—and her intrinsic humanity.
Now, after the last war crimes trial, Cerulean would finally be free to help humanity resettle on Newearth. But this trial must come first. After all, Justine is human too….
She glanced up at the massive holoscreen hovering over the assembly. On its curved surface, the security recordings from the Generous Sharon played on a constant loop. “My guilt is…pretty obvious.”
Available on Amazon— Last of Her Kind
Cerulean, a light being stationed on Earth, wants to save the woman he loves, but when his superiors decided to experiment on humans, he must forgo his dreams and help shape a new world.
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As a prelude to the Newearth series, Last of Her Kind sets the stage for an inter-alien alliance, which must learn to value human beings as more than throwaway tools. Cerulean’s admiration for Anne evolves into an extraterrestrial high road—offering the universe true humanity.
“My belief has actually increased a little by the beauty of this tale.” —GSD
“…a very interesting read. It will entertain, but also make you think. It is very well written, with amazing characters, a stunning plot, and a pace that really fits the story.” —McEvoy
“I love how the story unfolds and delves into human nature, exploring the possibilities of where humanity could end up, shown both through human characters and the eyes of Luxonian aliens.” —Lindens
Entertaining and, as in any good science fiction, rife with ethical issues with which to contend. —Open Book Family
“…gives you a reason to unleash your imagination.” —Amy Ridsdale
I am also arranging a new project, which involves rewriting and adding the larger universe to my original works: Aram, Ishtar, Neb, and Georgios. The new series will fall under the title Oldearth—Encounter and each book will be cleaner, faster paced, and have a larger, universal vision. So look for…
Coming in 2018!