The snip below is from the UNSETIC File The Measure of Dreams–the tale of Alisa McConaway and Kate Berkshire and their hunt for the two men they love.
What would you do if someone offered to give you the most important men in your life back after you’d lost them?
AJ McConaway lost her brother and her fiancée during Operation: Iraqi Freedom on the same day within hours of each other. Ten months later, she learns everything she thought she knew about their disappearance was wrong.
Kate Berkshire knew that something strange had happened back in June of ’07 when her lover and his best friend vanished from the cockpits of their planes. She knows because she found one of the downed craft with no trace of its pilot, ejected or otherwise. When an old friend offers her the opportunity to bring them home again, she jumps at the chance without realizing the magnitude of her choice.
Now, both women have to decide if they’re willing to brave the pathways between worlds. Someone–or something–that walks those pathways has taken Mat O’Brien and Tim McConaway from them. How far are they willing to go to bring them home again?
The snippet featured today is a romance project developed with a longtime friend of mine. It will be released under the Jayne E. Alexander pen name.
Elaine Harris was once a solider in the service of the Commonwealth. That ended in one pitched battle out in the Scandian Arm, as the galaxy devolved into civil war. Seized by the enemy and enslaved, she abandoned all hope–until a ghost from her past walked back into her life, determined to save her from herself.
This week’s snippet is from the sequel to What Angels Fear, a work in progress entitled When All’s Said and Done. The story is told from the point of view of Ky Monroe, who escaped the Institute when she was fifteen years old and eventually found her way to Matthew Thatcher, who’s got his own bone to pick with the Institute.
The story of When All’s Said and Done picks up almost precisely where What Angels Fear left off–with an expanded cast and a shift in narrator.
Folks who have read Between Fang and Claw will also notice another familiar face in this snippet below the break.