Amidst a civil war and rebuilding their society, Cadi warriors find themselves challenged by a bold new race. The human females that find their way to Cadi possess the body of a goddess and the spirit of a warrior. The adventures that ensue test both hero and heroine as they triumph over a greater threat to both of their kind.
Can Giselle find acceptance and love on an alien planet, or will she always be nothing more than a Warrior's Pet?
Giselle didn't know how long she lay near catatonic, willing the terrible headache to go away. She sat up as one of the reptilian aliens entered. Giselle backed up and looked around, realizing she was alone in a gilded cage.
"What's going on?" she stammered.
"If you're wise you'll keep quiet. Pets don't speak on this planet," the creature admonished.
A pet? Giselle's eyes widened. She hadn't misheard.
Her cage was moved into a large tent. There were hundreds of aliens gathered for the auction, and these creatures were the largest yet. Their flesh was red like some kind of demon might be, with hair a uniform dark black. From what Giselle could see, their eyes were a stone-cold obsidian hue. Giselle noticed the fearsome creatures had long tails that rose out from what looked like chainmail kilts. Giselle shrunk back when she saw the creatures also had sharp fangs.
How in the hell could she get out of this, and if she did, how could she possibly survive on an alien planet?
Kagan beheld his pet. Nothing like her kind had ever set foot on Cadi. Kagan wondered where in the universe her unique species hailed from.
Giselle refused to behave and even enjoyed his attempts to rebuke her, reveling in the rough handling a male usually refrained from with females. Giselle was brave instead of meek, standing up for herself in a sea of foreigners.
Kagan had at first insisted that Giselle understand her place in Cadi society. But something more valuable than precious metal or jewels would be lost if Giselle were forced into the role everyone thought she belonged.
Can Providence withstand the love of not just one, but two overprotective warriors?
Only fate knows a Warrior's Providence.
Providence worked hard to become one of the first women to join her pararescue squad. It was difficult being one of the guys, and yet not, all at the same time. But Providence was up for the task. Besides, there was nothing more satisfying than helping your fellow man. It was what she was born to do. Never in a million years did Providence expect to find herself abducted from a routine mission off the Florida coast by...ALIENS.
Dagaa and Madhava, once enemies, became fast friends, after a centuries long civil war. Both of them were beyond ready to see Cadi enter a new era. But now they face a new battle, convincing all of Cadi to embrace and rescue the Toufik, their former slaves, from a dying planet. It wasn't going to be an easy task. Infighting threatened their hard-won peace, and put Cadi at risk from a new foe.
With so much at stake, Madhava and Dagaa are blindsided when they find a fiery-haired human female on their enemy's ship. Providence's bold and loving nature awakens a side that both warriors had long since forgotten. The only problem, can Dagaa and Madhava share her affection, and can Providence withstand the love of not just one, but two overprotective warriors?
Only fate knows a warrior's providence.
It's a mystery how things turn out so right, when everything around June and Tytus is going so wrong. But that’s what you get when you’re faced with a Warrior’s Paradox.
June is bored out of her mind at the New Earth colony. The Miran Sona pamper the human colonists, but June's not a breeder, she's a scientist. So, when the opportunity presents itself, she sneaks aboard the Miran Sona's spaceship, to get a good look at technology she could only dream of. Next thing she knows, June finds herself stranded on a planet of barbaric looking demons. Frightened and unsure, June hides in the first place she finds, a high-tech engineering lab.
Newly liberated Toufik are going missing on Cadi, and it's up to Tytus to help his fellow warriors discover who's behind the abductions. The last thing he expects to find lurking in his lab, is a human female. All Tytus has ever known is his work, till the compelling female appears out of nowhere. June arouses savage desires, that he's certain she can't possibly want or withstand. Even though it goes against Cadi law, strains the alliance with the Miran Sona, and puts his mission at risk, Tytus refuses to let June go.
Discover how Riley and Cyprian drive each other mad and fall madly in love, while putting it all on the line to save their people, in Warrior’s Pain.
Riley was sick of constantly getting the short end of the stick. If it wasn’t enough that she’d been sent to prison for her brother’s crimes, then got abducted by aliens; being hauled onto the auction block certainly took the cake.
“You know what, fine, bring it on!”
Unwittingly, Riley goaded Fate into throwing everything it could at her, and it did. The sadistic witch, Destiny, put not only the lives of thousands into her trembling hands, but then it twisted the knife, making Riley fall for a man who was untouchable.
“Life isn’t fair,” Riley gave a slight bitter laugh, her chin quivering. “It culls the sick and the weak from the herd with cruel efficiency. It doesn’t care if you can’t handle the avalanche that it rains down on you. It doesn’t know the meaning of mercy. It takes and takes, till you have nothing left to give, then casts you aside.”
But Riley refused to break under the weight of it all. She couldn’t. The human colony, and Earth itself, depended on her. Riley just wished she could trust her instincts about the massive red-skinned alien who showed up at the auction to buy her. Unfortunately, she’d been hurt one too many times to take the risk, and the secrets she kept were more important than the suffering of a lone individual.
Cyprian turned his back on his family’s less than honorable legacy, choosing instead to dedicate his life to serving the people of Cadi. It was that dogged focus on his duty that led Cyprian to the off-world auction, playing the part of a traitor. His mission was to find who was behind a series of abductions, and bring everyone safely back home.
Except rescuing the tattooed, violet-haired human didn’t happen the way it should have. With her unbreakable spirit and hot body, Riley stripped Cyprian of the control he fought so hard to maintain. Yet the warrior found he couldn’t live without the pain in the ass.
“You are mine. I never lied about that,” Cyprian growled at Riley. “You know it’s true. Stop lying to yourself. Don’t force me to tie you up, because you know I will. I may not be able to get you to spill all your secrets, but there’s one thing I’ll force from your lips.” It wasn’t an idle threat. Cyprian would seduce Riley till she admitted she was his.
Caught in the crossfire, Abby doesn’t know what to think, but she can’t stand by when all hell rains down upon their strange visitors. With threats closing in from all quarters, Ashtoret must fight to hold onto his sexy, brave human, in Warrior's Purpose.
Abby has fought long and hard against the undertow of grief trapping her family. Her sister, Providence, went missing nearly a year earlier, yet their father adamantly refuses to abandon the search. Abby struggles to maintain hope, but the loss hurts too much and life must go on, right? Finally beginning to accept her new normal, she’s unprepared for the arrival of two strange men who claim to know her sister while spouting stories of alien invaders. Worse, the giants looked more like demons than aliens with their blood red skin, and their unbelievable tale is just as cruel.
Ashtoret was honored to be chosen for the mission that would save the human homeworld, although that wasn’t his only reason for going to Earth. He made a solemn oath to his friend Providence that he would bring word to her family she was safe. Never in his wildest dreams did Ashtoret think he’d discover his singular purpose for being on the hostile blue planet.
Maya never expected to find redemption in the arms of a captive alien or a love so strong she was willing to take on the world to free them both. Getting lost in the embrace of her warrior was a wonderful plight.
Vintor crossed the universe to save the human race, except things didn't go quite as planned. He awoke to find himself imprisoned in a human stronghold, fighting against the drugs they used to subdue him. That’s where he found her, his enemy and his only salvation.
Working for a secret branch of the government had taken its toll on Maya, but there was no way out, not if she wanted to hold back Armageddon and protect everyone she loved. The beast of a red man from an unknown race who showed up on her operating table only highlighted what she’d fought to repress—she couldn’t spend another day in this living hell.
When her own people served her up like a sacrificial lamb, Maya squeezed her eyes shut and waited for death’s release as the demonic alien pinned her to the wall. She never expected to find redemption in the arms of a captive alien or a love so strong she was willing to take on the world to free them both. Getting lost in the embrace of her warrior was a wonderful plight.
Warrior’s Plight picks up shortly after Vintor and Ashtoret land on Earth and runs concurrent to Warrior’s Purpose, Cadi Warriors 5.