SFR Brigade Presents STAR CRUISE MAROONED Audiobook

SFRB ShowcaseOnce a month the Science Fiction Romance Brigade authors showcase snippets from new work, WIPs, cover reveals or other fun things. The link is here for all  the participants.

The audiobook version of STAR CRUISE MAROONED was just recently released so today I’m offering up the sound sample. Before we get there, I’ll give away three free Audible download codes for the audiobook to randomly selected commenters! (I’ll pick the winners on Monday June 6th).

Also, Michael and Mary, my narrators, got married over Memorial Weekend…all toether now – AWWWWWWW!!! Best wishes to them! We just did an interview over at USA Today Happily Ever After, if you’re interested.

Now for the sample:

The Story:

Meg Antille works long hours on the charter cruise ship Far Horizon so she can send credits home to her family. Working hard to earn a promotion to a better post (and better pay), Meg has no time for romance.

Former Special Forces soldier Red Thomsill only took the berth on the Far Horizon in hopes of getting to know Meg better, but so far she’s kept him at a polite distance. A scheduled stopover on the idyllic beach of a nature preserve planet may be his last chance to impress the girl.

But when one of the passengers is attacked by a wild animal it becomes clear that conditions on the lushly forested Dantaralon aren’t as advertised – the ranger station is deserted, the defensive perimeter is down…and then the Far Horizon’s shuttle abruptly leaves without any of them.

Marooned on the dangerous outback world, romance is the least of their concerns, and yet Meg and Red cannot help being drawn to each other once they see how well they work together. But can they survive long enough to see their romance through? Or will the wild alien planet defeat them, ending their romance and their lives before anything can really begin?

Buy Link: Amazon   Also on iTunes and Audible

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