Hi all! I’m Robyn, and I’m new here. I’m looking forward to getting to know everyone, and for this Teaser Tuesday I wanted to share a bit from my spicy sci-fi romance Sunsinger. Sunsinger is the third book in my Cy’ren Rising trilogy, a series filled with epic space opera adventure and steamy menage romances. Because saving the galaxy is even more satisfying when you can have plenty of hot love scenes along the way. 😉
And I’m excited to share that the first book in the trilogy, Nightfall, is part of the Alien Invasion sale at Google Play and will available there for only $3.15 from January 21-28! Nightfall won second place in the Fantasy/Sci-Fi category of the 8th Annual Passionate Plume Contest and was a finalist in the Science Fiction Romance category of the 2014 EPIC eBook Awards, so it’s pretty good. 😉
Here’s the scoop on Sunsinger.
Her desire unites them. Her secret could destroy them all.
The sole survivor of the Sunsinger massacre, Lord Degalen Fairren spends his days reading tales of the family he never knew. When a rival house threatens to enslave Cyprena, Galen is forced to pull his nose out of his books and enter into an alliance with House Morningstar, and a dangerous mission to save his world.
Lady Andelynn Harrow isn’t House Morningstar’s eldest or prettiest daughter, but she is the deadliest. After her father’s murder, Andee must defend her new house and mate—the shy, reluctant Galen—but every battle risks revealing her terrible secret.
Malcolm gets his first taste of freedom when the Cy’ren recruit him to locate the cure to a deadly virus—and feels the burn of desire for Galen, the lord he can never have, and for Andee, who awakens memories of a long-lost first love.
The danger they face fuels the heat between them, but with Cyprena’s fate hanging in the balance, the race to find the cure could come with devastating costs.
Warning: Contains a blushing, virgin lord, a sexy geek, and an empathic assassin who always brings lube on a mission.
“Let’s go shock his lordship.”
Malcolm laughed as she drew him to his feet, out of the room and led him down the corridor to the quarters she shared with Galen. Andee unlocked and keyed open the door, and she drew Malcolm in behind her. Galen looked up from the data console, his lavender brow furrowed as he spied the indexer.
“How are you feeling?” Galen asked Malcolm.
“Better,” Malcolm said.
“I would like Malcolm to sleep here with us tonight so we can monitor him. Will you consent to that?” Andee asked.
“I…I think I have missed something,” Galen said. “You want him to stay here?”
“Yes. To sleep, if you will agree to it,” she repeated matter-of-factly. “We’ve all had a difficult day, and we need to rest before we meet with the Alliance ships. If Malcolm stays here I can be certain that both of you get decent sleep.”
“Oh. There is sense in that, but I’m not certain of the propriety.” Galen’s tone was cautious and his energy was as guarded as his expression, but he didn’t seem angry or afraid. Andee took that as an encouraging sign.
“I see nothing improper about sleep. Everyone will be fully clothed. I think we’re all too exhausted for impropriety.” She smiled, and Galen blushed. “Besides, it is no one’s business but our own what happens here. Even if the crew were to gossip, this ship is captained by your sister’s mate. I’m sure Captain Hawke could quash any rumors.”
“But if you wanted to be inappropriate, we’re okay with that, too,” Malcolm blurted. He yanked his spectacles off and began frantically polishing the lenses with the hem of his shirt. “I mean, if you did want to explore—no, not explore. Experience, maybe. Here’s the thing: you’re a lord on Cyprena, but we’re not on Cyprena. On this ship I’m just a data miner, you’re my handler, and Andee is…well, a gorgeous, sexy woman. So if we wanted to share the same bed, that’s okay, because no one here will care, and even if they do talk, Captain Hawke will threaten to space them out an airlock.”