Kyler lured the Gorvas hunter away from his brother and soon to be sister-in-law so they could escape the space hub to the safety of New Prague. Hiding overnight in a utilitarian Starwoman’s Sanctuary, Kyler is stunned by the beauty of the Starwoman, Sister Skyleen. He doesn’t mind spending a night in the Sanctuary if it will give him a few moments with the fascinating Skyleen.
Skyleen has plans to leave the Sanctuary she built on the hub. She hopes to marry and raise a family of her own someday. Her attraction to Kyler strengthens her resolve to make the change, though a wealthy Puregen from an industrial
News of an invasion reaches Kyler hours before anyone else, thanks to New Prague tech. The Sanctuary—almost five hundred orphans, elderly, and poor working families—needs to get off the hub to safety. Kyler, with the credit account befitting his status as planetary royalty, will rent a ship. It is their only chance.
Scifi romance, space opera, 37k short novel, novella, sensual
Take a bookworm. Hand her a stack of scifi and fantasy novels, thrillers and horror comics. Then introduce world of romance fiction. Make her a jinx. Every great genre TV show she loves gets the ax! She gets upset about no romance in the world, writes her own stories with happy endings. Throw this all together, shake constantly, and pour onto a computer keyboard. There. You have me!