Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Touch of the Goddess

Touch of the Goddess is the first book in The Goddess's Saga, and I seem to re-write it every year. In April every year. If I do it again in 2014, feel free to hit me over the head and say, "Enough already."

It's available in the Kindle store right now, and can be borrowed for free by Amazon Prime members. I'm working on the paperback, it should be available during the week.

Wrath of the Goddess and Return of the Goddess are also getting complete face lifts inside and out. They should both be ready later this year, so keep your eyes open.

This time, "Touch" got a new cover too. And a new blurb:

Drinking and flying is a bad combination. Stephan Forks learns this the hard way when he rams another ship in spite of the vastness of space. A moment later, a strange woman stands on his bridge, looking around with a frown. She's clearly a figment of his imagination. Nothing in his colorful past of smuggling and smaller crimes prepared him for people appearing out of nowhere.

Maria Callaway has carried more names and appearances than she can keep track of, and she's bored beyond belief. When she runs into Stephan, he seems to be an amusing pastime. He's interesting, disorganized, pursued by pirates, and handsome. A little too handsome, actually. Maybe she should leave?

Neither of them can foresee the chain of events set in action from their meeting. Adventure and danger go hand in hand during the upcoming days, and the collision resonates not only through their own lives, but changes the destiny of the world as they know it.

"Touch of the Goddess" is the first book in a series of three, mixing mythology, science fiction, and romance.

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