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My entry is Escaping Poison. This is book four in my Diaspora Worlds Series, but all the books can be read as stand alones. I enjoyed reading both Pet Trade and Aydarr and look forward to reading the others!
About the story:
Karvar is the scholarly brother. The one that didn’t join the New Prague Protectorate Guard. Instead, he worked in a lab. While his brothers got caught up in wild adventures and found the loves of their lives, Karvar escorted his mother to social events and lived in his luxurious suite in the palace.
He marries a young woman from their circle of friends, the daughter of a general. Brielle is gorgeous and loves her little sisters. She knows how to move in society. They will have a fine marriage, even if he doesn’t love her. On their wedding night she collapses, and he learns she is part of a plot against his family.
They hide in the alien jungle, the Big Poison, while she recovers. Later they will dissolve the marriage. One night they leave the science station to see a night blooming flower and the station is destroyed. Someone wants Brielle dead.They flee into the rainforest.
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Here’s an excerpt from a WIP, Space Sisters:
"I was afraid of that. I am a descendant of Captain Emory, but not a direct descendant."
"So we will all try," Polly said.
Professor Clell looked at Tamsyn. "The LeHanes are direct descendants of Lorne Emory.”
“Hence my real name.” Tamsyn made a sour face.
Boone whispered, “Lornamindy!”
She walked to the console while to the snickers of the others and shot them a glare. “The name is Tamsyn.”
Professor Clell handed her the small knife and she dropped blood on the small glass plate that slid out of the console. She went back to the blue platform while Boone helped Professor Clell out of her float chair again and they all waited.
The blue light got brighter and then flashed in other colors in a fast moving pattern.
The world dissolved and reformed.
They were still seated on a glowing blue platform, but now they were in a large room with three more platforms and metallic walls. Workstations consisting of a console and a chair were grouped by each platform.
“It worked,” Polly whispered.
“It did!” Boone shouted.
“Welcome to the ancient starship Starlight Valour!” Boone helped Professor Clell back into her float chair. Klick climbed up her leg.
“It’s real,” Junia said, awed. “Now what?”
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