A New Sci-Fi Series from a Master Storyteller!

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Off Planet, by Aileen Erin

Maité is half alien, living in hiding since she was a small child, when most of her father’s species on Earth was slaughtered. If humanity discovers her, they’ll kill her. So she hides with her mother, poor as dirt, trying not to attract attention. But that isn’t easy in a world where all humans have tech implants that her half-Aunare side can’t tolerate. Literally.

Not to mention the super-fast reflexes and the occasional glowing-skin thing.

When she finally gets the chance to flee–to return to the father who desperately wants her safe on an alien world–things go from bad to worse. Her secret is out, and she’s about to become a pawn in an inter-planetary war. Suddenly, what she represents seems to matter more than who she is. But Maité knows exactly who she is. And she’s about to prove it.

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A Highly Satisfying Slump-buster!

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Lunar Court, by Aileen Erin

I can’t believe I’m saying this, but I think this one was my favorite yet!!! How do they just keep getting better???

Cosette is a fey princess–a flaming-sword wielding, kick butt and take names later kind of fey princess who wants nothing to do with the fey Lunar Court but is bound to it by blood. Chris is a werewolf with a battered childhood. Controlled by the moon, he can’t be bound to the Lunar Court without becoming a slave.

They can’t be together, but they can’t deny their feelings. So when an Archon tells Chris there might be a way to break his lunar tie, Chris enters the fey Court of Gales, an underground world of double-talk and corruption that reminds him far too much of his own troubled past. He would do anything for Cosette. Anything. But that’s easy to say when you don’t know what “anything” might mean…

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Recommended for fans of Strange the Dreamer

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The City of Brass, by S.A. Chakraborty

This book is magnificent. The sense of being in another world saturates the entire novel, from the subtle details of the apothecary shop (woven seamlessly into the action) to the rich history of the daeva city with its ancient mysteries, politics, and magic.

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