Breaking Point 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 newest scifi romance  Jadrian (A Badari Warriors SciFi Romance Novel): Sectors New Allies Series Book 3, which released this past week. I decided we’d reached a good place to leave Mateer. Sorry!

Punctuation may be wonky to comply with our guidelines here. Edited a bit from published version.

Starting off with the first ten sentences of the book:

Taura crouched in the corner of her small cell, fists clenched, ready to attack the next person who came into her space, be it Khagrish scientist, lab tech or security guard. Today was her breaking point – she felt the emotion viscerally. She couldn’t endure another procedure or test. No more physical or psychological pain at the hands of the uncaring aliens. She glanced at the black bracelet affixed to her wrist and snarled in rage, like the penned animal she’d become under their torture. Maybe this time she could force them to kill her, and her awful existence would finally end.

Where were her captors? Why wasn’t anyone coming to drag her off to the next horrific ordeal? Now that she was ready to fight them to the death? To relieve her tension and unkink her muscles as she waited, Taura rose and paced the none too generous length of the cell.

We’ll meet the hero next week…

jadrianThe story: 

Taura Dancer has been pushed to her limits by alien torturers known as the Khagrish and is ready to die when suddenly the lab where she’s held as a prisoner is taken down by an armed force of soldiers.

The man who rescues her from a burning cell block is Jadrian of the Badari, a genetically engineered alien warrior with as many reasons to hate the Khagrish as Taura has. This set of shared past experiences and the circumstances of her rescue create an unusual bond between them.

Safe in the hidden base where Jadrian and his pack take her, Taura struggles to regain her lost memories and overcome constant flashbacks during which she lashes out at all who come near. Only Jadrian can recall her from the abyss of her visions and hallucinations.

As the war against the Khagrish continues, it becomes increasingly critical to find out who she really is and how she can help in the fight. Until she can control her terrors and trust her own impulses, Taura’s too afraid to pursue the promise of happiness a life with Jadrian as her mate might offer.

When he’s captured by the dreaded enemy, will she step forward to help save him, or will she remain a prisoner of her past?

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Pageflex Persona [document: PRS0000038_00068]Book 1 of the series is on sale for $.99 at the moment:

Kidnapped by alien scientists, Jill’s only hope is AYDARR, the genetically engineered warrior who’s claimed her as his mate…

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25 comments on “Breaking Point Weekend Writing Warriors

  1. Wow, such an intriguing introduction! Congratulations and all the best with your new release! 🙂

  2. Congrats on the new release, Veronica! As always, great snippet. I was easily drawn into her world and her desperation fused with anger. Can’t wait for more! (Got myself a copy of Aydarr! 🙂 )

  3. Wow, you do such a great job setting the scene with this opening, Veronica. The blurb sounds fantastic. Excited to read more!

  4. I can’t imagine what she’s going through. Such suspense in this scene. What a great start. Can’t wait to read this story.

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