Sagitta (Star Guardians, Book 3) is out!

Posted by on July 7th, 2017 in News | 4 Comments

Many thanks to all of you who have picked up my Star Guardians series! (Here’s an excerpt from Book 1, Orion, if you haven’t tried it yet.) I just published the third science fiction romance in the series, Sagitta.

Here’s the blurb and the Amazon links:

Sagitta

Science Fiction Romance -- Sagitta

Dr. Tala Matapang thought the most challenging part about getting kidnapped by slavers from another planet would be escaping, not butting heads with the obstinate Star Guardian captain who rescued her. She’s been working in his sickbay, and it’s refreshing not having to deal with the politics and bureaucracy she faced as a surgeon back home, but Captain Sagitta is as infuriating as he is handsome. He’s got this crazy plan to take her and the other women home against his government’s wishes, and he didn’t even consult them about it first.

Captain Sagitta “Sage” of Dethocoles believes in doing the right thing. That’s why he’s defying his government to take Tala and the other Earth women home. Unfortunately, he has a couple of problems. First, his government is sending a surprisingly aggressive pursuit after them. Second, he’s having a hard time imagining dropping Tala off and never seeing her again. She’s a capable doctor and is doing an excellent job heading up his sickbay. More than that, he’s attracted to her and is starting to care about her. Too bad he’s better at barking orders than sharing feelings, and he seems to argue with her every time they speak.

With trouble stalking the ship from behind and obstacles blocking the route ahead, Sage and Tala will have to form a bond and learn to work together, or neither of them will see their home worlds again.

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Thanks for taking a look at this series!

4 responses to “Sagitta (Star Guardians, Book 3) is out!”

  1. Alinia says:

    Saw the notice, got the book, read the book, loved the book. I’ve been reading a lot of romances lately (real life needs avoiding) and I love how straightforward your characters are with each other.

    • Ruby says:

      Thanks for picking it up, Alinia. I’m glad you enjoyed Sagitta! In general, I’m not a big fan of character conflict that exists solely because the heroes insist on misunderstanding each other for 80% of the book. 😀

      • Tracy says:

        Ruby to your understanding comment, I sohate that, so much more fun & hot to have them work together. I just found you & have left a couple of reviews so far but I am so enjoying your work thanks so much the reviews are under TGSEdAbCa on Amazon. If you’d like to hear what I said, save me from writing it again,sorry not feeling great.
        I’m really looking forward to book4 of SG & am reading or just starting book4 of MC so good.
        Good writing
        Take Care & Be Safe
        Tracy

        • Ruby says:

          Thanks for reviewing the books and for checking out the Mandrake Company novels too, Tracy. Hope you’re feeling better!

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