Both heart-pounding novels in a single edition. Winner of two SFR Galaxy Awards.
Two talented scientists, one a savant, attempt to flee the repressive Republic with a solar ignition technology that both their government and its rebel faction want. When there are no good guys, what are the alternatives?
In Enemy Hands
The Republic had taken everything from Moon—her research, her privacy, her illusions. They thought they had her under control. They were wrong.
Srin, Moon’s new research partner, is a maths genius whose memory is erased every two days. He’s charming, fascinating…and attracted to her anew after each memory loss. But when disaster strikes, they find themselves facing a power that will not hesitate to destroy them, leaving them with only one option: run!
Escape from Enemy Hands*
Save one man? Or save billions? It’s Moon’s choice.
Refusing to turn her research into a genocidal weapon, Moon Thadin and Srin Flerovs outran the Republic in IN ENEMY HANDS, only to find that the rebels they’re heading for want her knowledge for the same reason. And they’re willing to trade critical gene therapy for it. Withhold the therapy and Srin will die. Share the research and billions will die. Can the needs of one ever truly outweigh the needs of many?
Bookshelf Safe: Occasional swearing but no explicit sex scenes
* Escape from Enemy Hands was originally titled Balance of Terror, and won two 2013 SFR Galaxy Awards.
If you are a Science Fiction Romance fan you do not want to miss either of Moon and Srin's books. -- Jo Jones, Mixed Book Bag
Moon and Srin endure multiple obstacles and their journey is all the way harrowing considering that neither...possesses kick-butt skills. -- Heather Massey, The Galaxy Express
2013 SFR Galaxy Awards: "Best I Will Remember You Even If I Forget You", "Couple That Worked Hardest For Happily Ever After"