She Didn’t Remember Weekend Writing Warriors

WeWrWaHere’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!)

Moving on to Star Cruise: Outbreak for a few weeks of excerpts….Dr. Shane has been at loose ends since leaving the military and her father’s arranged for her to take a temp job on an interstellar cruise liner. Emily is persuaded to sign on, and now she’s on the ship, escorted by Security Officer Jake Dilon. Moving on from the sick pet incident in sickbay in last week’s excerpt, Jake’s going to report to the captain and one of his staff joins him.

 “So, how was the doc? Did meeting your angel go the way you expected? You were pretty excited about it at coffee this morning.”

            Wishing he’d kept his mouth shut about the subject of his fascination with Dr. Emily Shane, Jake said, “She’s strung pretty tight. I never even told her we’d met before.” He gave Red a sideways glance. “I’d appreciate it if you don’t mention it to her when you meet her. She obviously didn’t remember, and why would she?”

            “Yeah, conditions weren’t optimal at the time,” Red said.

StarCruiseOutbreak-FJM_ARE_200x300The story:

She saved countless soldiers in the wars … but does she have the weapons to fight an outbreak?

Dr. Emily Shane, veteran of the Sector Wars, is known as “The Angel of Fantalar” for her bravery under fire as a medic. However, the doctor has her own war wounds–severe PTSD and guilt over those she failed to save.

Persuaded to fill a seemingly frivolous berth as ship’s doctor on the huge and luxurious interstellar cruise liner Nebula Zephyr, she finds the job brings unexpected perks–a luxe beach deck with water imported from Tahumaroa II, and Security Officer Jake Dilon, a fellow veteran who heats her up like a tropical sun.

However, Emily soon learns she and Jake didn’t leave all peril behind in the war. A mysterious ailment aboard the Zephyr begins to claim victim after victim … and they must race against time and space to find the cause and a cure! Trapped on a ship no spaceport will allow to dock, their efforts are complicated by a temperamental princess and a terrorist–one who won’t hesitate to take down any being in the way of his target.  If anyone’s left when the disease is through with them…

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34 comments on “She Didn’t Remember Weekend Writing Warriors

  1. Oh, I think it sounds like it hurt his ego a bit that she didn’t recognize him. Not a lot, but enough that he doesn’t want the topic brought up. Now I’m really curious about their back story. 🙂

  2. Clever dynamic, Veronica. Obviously their shared experience meant something very different to her. A tad disappointing when your Angel of light has no recollection of

  3. It’s always awkward when someone doesn’t remember meeting someone — for both parties.

    BTW, I’m reading Hostage to the Stars now. I’m halfway through it. It is awesome!

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  5. Yes, there’s quite a backstory with Jake and Emily, and their different perceptions of that first meeting, which she doesn’t remember. I really enjoyed writing this one, some twists and turns for sure, not ‘just’ the outbreak going on. Thanks for all the comments – I love to get the opinions and feedback.

  6. I can see why he doesn’t want to tell her. On the other hand, I can imagine her finding out they’d met before, and wondering why he didn’t mention it. Could be a problem.

  7. I’m wondering if she REALLY doesn’t remember him, or if she’s answering a professional code that prohibits her bringing it up. At any rate, the backstory is compelling, as is this mystery. Looking forward to more! =D

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