July 7th, 2017

andrew potter

2017 Rainbow Awards Submission: Rogue Soldier (Shadow Unit #2) Jamie Lynn Miller

Rogue Soldier (Shadow Unit #2) Jamie Lynn Miller
Gay - Romantic Suspence
Paperback: 164 pages
Publisher: lulu.com (September 12, 2016)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1365393399
ISBN-13: 978-1365393396
Amazon: Rogue Soldier (Shadow Unit #2) Jamie Lynn Miller

Shadow Unit may have overturned the illegal arms cartel in Kuala Lumpur, but the harrowing undercover op left emotional scars on Sergeants Shawn Weller and Connor Finley. Slowly, patiently, they piece their partnership back together, closer now than ever before. But the arrival of Julian Montgomery, Shawn's former Cia handler and lover, threatens to tear them apart. Julian knows all of Shawn's secrets as well as the past Shawn has kept hidden from Connor. Now the self-serving Julian wants Shawn back-with the Cia and with him. No one will get in his way. Including Connor. When the joint Shadow Unit/Cia mission to stop the supplier of a deadly biological weapon goes sideways, Connor is captured, tortured, and used as a human test subject. It's a race against time to save his life. But who can Shawn trust? And who has gone rogue? Missed Shawn and Connor's earlier adventures? Read Broken Soldier, available from your favorite retailer.

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2017 Rainbow Awards Submission: Hunted Soldier (Shadow Unit #3) Jamie Lynn Miller

Hunted Soldier (Shadow Unit #3) Jamie Lynn Miller
Gay - Romantic Suspence
Paperback: 208 pages
Publisher: lulu.com (May 25, 2017)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1365962105
ISBN-13: 978-1365962103
Amazon: Hunted Soldier (Shadow Unit #3) Jamie Lynn Miller

The hunters become the hunted when the past returns to haunt Sergeants Connor Finley and Shawn Weller with deadly vengeance. In the wake of the harrowing missions in India and Pakistan, Connor struggles to come to terms with causing the accidental death of a child, while Shawn tries to put Julian's betrayal behind him. Adding to the emotional fallout, new trials arise - the appearance of a young man from Connor's past turned stalker may have fatal consequences for him, while Shawn must confront his former heroin addiction and break free of the hold it still has on him. The challenges continue when a Shadow Unit undercover op in Bangladesh to shut down the pipeline of terrorists being smuggled into the Uk draws Shawn and Connor into a web of lies and deceit from a man hell bent on exacting revenge on the two soldiers - demanding a life for a life. Will Connor and Shawn survive? Or will the jungle become their final resting place? Bonus! Includes the holiday short story Snowbound Soldiers!

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2017 Rainbow Awards Submission: Ardulum: First Don J.S. Fields

Ardulum: First Don J.S. Fields
Lesbian - Sci-Fi / Futuristic
Series: Ardulum
Paperback: 276 pages
Publisher: NineStar Press (February 22, 2017)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1945952652
ISBN-13: 978-1945952654
Amazon: Ardulum: First Don J.S. Fields

Ardulum. The planet that vanishes. The planet that sleeps. Neek makes a living piloting the dilapidated tramp transport, Mercy’s Pledge, and smuggling questionable goods across systems blessed with peace and prosperity. She gets by—but only just. In her dreams, she is still haunted by thoughts of Ardulum, the traveling planet that, long ago, visited her homeworld. The Ardulans brought with them agriculture, art, interstellar technology…and then disappeared without a trace, leaving Neek’s people to worship them as gods. Neek does not believe—and has paid dearly for it with an exile from her home for her heretical views. Yet, when the crew stumbles into an armed confrontation between the sheriffs of the Charted Systems and an unknown species, fate deals Neek an unexpected hand in the form of a slave girl—a child whose ability to telepathically manipulate cellulose is reminiscent of that of an Ardulan god. Forced to reconcile her beliefs, Neek chooses to protect her, but is the child the key to her salvation, or will she lead them all to their deaths?

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