Newest Release & Excerpt
Blue Vision (Genre: science fiction romance)
Release Date: December 1, 2019
Tagline: An undeniable connection…a dangerous secret.
Brooke Sanders just wants to get away from her life for a while. A remote cabin in Montana fits the bill. She doesn’t expect to encounter a mysterious stranger with unusual blue eyes, or events that cannot be explained…
Colin Fielding is on a mission – scout a planet and return home to Endhivar. Such a simple plan. Except fate has a twisted sense of humor. This human calls to him, every part of him, like the call of a true mate, and he can’t deny the connection as he gets closer to her.
Little do they know, someone is out to do them harm, as well as the world Brooke holds so dear. Can they stop what’s coming before it’s too late? Or will the universe lose a perfect gem?
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As she trudged through the snow, scaling the slope of land, she thought she could hear a humming sound, almost mechanical. She pushed on, aware her legs quickly became numb and the wet snow inched its way into her boots at a maddening rate. She pushed forward, intent on finding the source of the light. Then everything went dark, her flashlight included.
She froze. A string of curses left her as she beat the infernal device against her thigh. The battery rolled around in the chamber, but nothing else happened. Complete blackness surrounded her. She strained to see the light that had been there moments before, but to no avail. Nothing was there. She couldn’t go farther without seeing ahead. She didn’t want to stumble or injure herself if she headed back to the cabin, and she certainly didn’t want to die on the ground in the forest in the middle of winter.
She shivered and pulled her coat tighter, but it did little to protect her from the icy cold. Just ahead, the green light reappeared, a beckoning glow. She pushed forward, trekking through the calf-deep snow in her awkward boots and short skirt.
As she neared the green ray of light, she saw a figure looming before her. It was shrouded in black. Startled, she screamed, tripping over her own feet. She landed face first in the snow. Coughing, she struggled and then eased back on her heels. Brooke tried to push herself up. She felt an arm around her, lifting her, assisting her. When she regained her footing, she whispered, “Thank you.”
But, there was no answer. She swung to see who it was, but no one was there. She turned back and saw the figure stand several feet away once more.
“I’m sorry to have startled you.”
Brooke laughed nervously and brushed at her leggings, now soaked at the knees. “I didn’t expect to see anyone else out here. No one believed me. But, I know what I saw. I came to see about the light.” Aware she was babbling and probably sounded like a loon, she clamped her mouth shut, crossing her arms over her chest.
She frowned and pointed at the green beam ahead, beyond the trees.
“You saw nothing.”
Her eyes narrowed as she became aware of a strange sensation across her forehead. “What do you mean? It’s right there! Just look.”
He stepped closer to her, enough so she could see his upper body and face. He was tall, his physique muscular, shoulders wide like a football player. His hair was cropped short at his skull and dark brown. His eyes were so dark, practically black as he stared down at her. And there was a bluish tint to his skin. Her gaze widened as it traveled down.
He was naked. Holy crap, he was really naked. Her breath caught at that discovery and her heart began to race wildly.
“You saw nothing,” he repeated, lifting her chin with one finger as he looked into her eyes.
She shivered, and then blinked. His eyes were electric blue now. Jesus, maybe she was losing her mind. People’s eyes didn’t shift color like that. “What are you trying to do? Hypnotize me?” She jerked her head away from his touch, stepping back. “How did you get all the way out here?” She drew a breath, and tried hard to look away from the thick evidence of his interest below his waist. Though how anyone could respond like that in this weather was beyond her, but then, what did she know about men? She forced herself to look at his face instead of his appealing body. “And why are you naked? It’s freezing out here.”
He looked down at himself oddly as if he just now realized it. When he looked at her again, she sucked in a breath, staggering back. He reached to catch her arm before she fell again.
Grateful for the save, but still disconcerted, her gaze returned to him. He wore a black sweater with jeans and a leather jacket. He had hiking boots on as well. “How did you—“
“How did I what?” He dropped his hand.
She swallowed hard at his massive presence, and then frowned up at him. “Don’t patronize me. I know what I saw. I’m not an idiot.” She got on her tiptoes, and peered over his shoulder because he was so tall. The green light was gone and with it the last threads of her sanity.
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