*Dr. Julian Saunders, her fiancé, supports her professionally and emotionally. Or does he?
*Dr. Janson, their department head, is the classic academic turned politician. His secret agenda to add a military contingent to the scientific team clashes with Cass’ plans.
*Captain Charles Lewis, Army Special Ops, officer-in-charge of the five military members trained to travel with Cass and Julian’s specialized science team. What does Captain Lewis know that Cass doesn’t?
*Jeamon is second-in-command of the brajj. He is stoic, single-minded, faithful to their Goddess Ta’mat and their leader Master—how will he deal with these humans and his conflicting loyalties?
*Master—mysterious and diabolical—who is he and what does he want?
Twelve team members, brought together by fate and scheming, travel through Cass’ wormhole. They discover that nothing is as it seems—within themselves, this new world, or the wormhole that is now closed to them.
They meet the alien brajj, and Jeamon names Cass a queen. Passion rises between Cass and Jeamon while Julian fights to keep his changing fiancée with him. Meanwhile, Captain Lewis focuses the team on finding a way home and staying alive as they struggle to unravel the brajj’s millennia old secrets.
When these strong people come together their egos will clash; their agendas will cross; and their worlds will be undone.
Travel through the wormhole with Cass and her team as they discover passion and love, genius and madness, and jealousy and danger enough to cause the death of worlds.
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I love to mashup genres, and write about heavy topics that make one think after the book ends.
What Advice Would You Give Aspiring Writers?
Never stop writing!
I started writing when I was 15, and like most aspiring writers, my work was terrible, immature, cliched drivel. I went college for my creative writing degree and got used to the typical rejection letters. Eventually, I needed annoying things like food, clothing and rent, so I got a real job and ended up finishing my degree in paramedicine. Since then, I’ve gained 20+ years of experience as a paramedic with friends in both law enforcement and legal offices. I’m also a U.S. Army veteran with real world experience in various types of martial arts and weaponry. I’m well-traveled and published in non-fiction for a nationally accredited company. All of which gives me extensive material to draw from for my fiction writing.
It started from a dream.