Xander and her friends onboard the bounty hunter ship, Prodigal, risk their lives to recover the derelict spaceship that could restore the shattered pieces of her memory. No one realizes what that decision will cost them.
Zain’s people want to reclaim her and terminate her pregnancy. And both the Ministrix and the Praesidium, two intergalactic governments in a constant state of cold war, want Zain’s baby for their own reasons.
Captain Starcrost is not having the carefree, adventurous life of a star pilot promised in all the space academy brochures. He’s broke, his star freighter is in dire need of repair, and there’s a bounty on his head.
Lady Firebird Angelo Caldwell has been sentenced to death “in absentia” for treason, sedition, and heresy. The last thing she expects is a summons to return home and be confirmed as an heiress of her royal house.
What started out as a simple mission becomes complicated when Bast and Rrrark discover a pirate scheme that might be more than it seems. Are they along with two of the aliens called Psygens capable of stopping the pirates?
Forced to forsake her royal heritage, Lady Firebird now faces new and powerful enemies. Firebird is pregnant with twins when her new husband, Brennen Caldwell, is left as the only heir to ancient messianic prophecies.
Parvin Blackwater believes she has wasted her life. At only seventeen, she has one year left according to the Clock by her bedside. Then the authorities find out about her illegal activity, they sentence her to death.
The Institute is all Adan knows. And the scientists who run it don’t seem to know or even care who he might have been. But the strange technology they’ve fused inside of him and his missing memories are only the beginning.
What rules apply when the killer isn’t human? When people begin dying in bizarre accidents, it is once again up to Christian programmer Ethan Hamilton to save users from high-tech destruction. Book 2 of the Ethan Hamilton Technothrillers Trilogy series by Jefferson Scott.