Her Sister’s Name Weekend Writing Warriors

Warriors logo revisedHere’s the link to the Weekend Writing Warriors central page, so you can visit all the participants sharing excerpts today…a fun way to sample new books and find new authors! (Also welcome to the Sunday Snippet visitors!)

Sharing now from my newly released scifi romance Mateer (A Badari Warriors SciFi Romance Novel): Sectors New Allies Series Book 2. Yup, a mouthful LOL!

I’ve jumped ahead again to the moment when Mateer and Megan first meet, as prisoners in the Khagrish lab. Punctuation a bit wonky to meet our rules – sorry!

The excerpt: 

The klaxon cut off abruptly and a door at the far end of the corridor burst open with such force it hit the other wall as a squad of guards raced down the hallway toward where Megan stood. They were escorting an antigrav stretcher and, as the security detail went past her, she realized the soldiers were transporting a prisoner. The guard in charge of her unit stopped the leader of the squad and asked him excited questions in Khagrish. She eyed the captive, pitying him – a big man, he was obviously wounded, bound hand and foot and strapped to the litter as well.

They must be scared of what he can do if he gets loose. She wished she could help him in some way, but the guard’s last violent reprimand had made her cautious. As she stared at the prisoner he opened his eyes and blinked hard, trying to get his bearings. His gaze met hers and his eyes opened wide as he whispered a single word, “Lily?”

Megan recoiled at the sound of her twin’s name, wondering where and how this man had seen her sister. Transfixed by the intensity of his regard, she couldn’t look away, holding her breath, waiting for him to say more.

Pageflex Persona [document: PRS0000038_00068]The Blurb:

Megan Garrison, a doctor at the Sectors Amarcae 7 colony, goes to sleep one night as usual only to wake up in her nightgown, strapped to a table in an alien lab, destined to be the subject of terrifying experiments. Granted a brief reprieve, Megan and the other kidnapped humans are released in the middle of a forestlike enclosure on this unknown world and told to survive as best they can for now.

Her only hope is Mateer, the genetically engineered alien warrior imprisoned with the humans. He knows more than he’s sharing about this planet, their captors and the fate of other humans, including perhaps her own sisters. Turns out everyone from her colony has been kidnapped by the Khagrish, a ruthless race of alien scientists. Working for enemies of the human-led Sectors, the Khagrish have created the Badari to be super soldiers.

Mateer, a tough Badari enforcer, now a rebel, is captured while infiltrating the lab to help his pack bring it down. He’s also been ordered by his leaders to search for Megan and save her life at all costs. Tortured by the enemy, he’s offered one chance at survival – convince Megan to become his mate and assist the Khagrish with further experiments.

As the situation at the lab grows worse, Megan struggles against her deep attraction to Mateer, while she does her best to shield the other humans from the terrible Khagrish experiments. For his part, Mateer knows she really is his fated mate and despairs of being able to keep her safe, as the rebel attack is delayed and she fights the truth of their bond.

Will they be able to work together to defeat Khagrish plans and preserve human lives until the promised rescue happens? And what of their future together – will Megan accept Mateer as her true mate, or walk away if she’s freed?

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25 comments on “Her Sister’s Name Weekend Writing Warriors

  1. I’m sure she’ll want to help him even more now just to get information from him.

  2. Great snippet. Perfect “chance” meeting. She’s so protective–of the other prisoners and now this man. It’s bound to get her into trouble.

  3. I’m sorry. Did you write an excerpt? I couldn’t see it past the cover. Yummo! Oh, yes. There are words . . . Nice hook using the sister’s name! Now she can’t help but be engaged.

  4. Great excerpt. I hope does have some special skills to get them out of there. I also hope he doesn’t have a thing for her sister. 🙂

    • No, it’s made clear earlier in the book how he knows her twin and also that he does NOT have a thing for her twin. THat was a really important plot point for sure.

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