Happy Friday! Why not celebrate the upcoming weekend with some great reads at an even better price? Bella Books has a slew of their ebooks on sale for the next few days, so why don’t you go check them out? Three titles from my award-winning Sisters series are among those titles, so there’s never been a better time to meet LaRenna and Krell in No Sister of Mine, Rankil and Myrla in Sister Lost Sister Found, and Chandrey and Belsas from No Sister’s Keeper.
LaRenna Belsas had always dreamed of the Kimshee lifestyle. These silent serving sisters of the Taelach military were known as much for their reckless mannerisms as they were honored for the dangers they faced bringing Taelach daughters to their raisers.
LarRenna looked forward to taking her place among them, even though it meant an apprenticeship under an experienced Kimshee. Or would it? No Sister of Mine is the first entry in a series of lesbian Science Fiction novels set in a world where humans are nothing more than a genetic trace. But that trace has left its mark—namely a race of telepathic women who must fight to coexist with a patriarchal humanoid society who wishes nothing more than the eradication of its “white witch” cousins.
Winner of a Golden Crown Literary Society Award for Excellence in Speculative Fiction and short-listed for a Lambda Literary Society award.
Taelach Sisters Novel #2 (Bella Books 2006)
Rankil is marked for life – destined for abuse and neglect at the hands of the Autlach. In her world, the worst that can happen to a Taelach child is not death – but life itself. And even though sister Taelachs constantly search for the younger Taelach children, Rankil is so far yet undiscovered.
Join Rankil on her journey to find a home where she is welcomed where love is at least a possibility in this long-awaited sequel to No Sister of Mine.
Winner of a Golden Crown Literary Society award for excellence in speculative fiction
Taelach Sisters Novel #3 (Bella Books 2007) (Not listed as on sale)
As the Autlach cleric Longpass’ assault on the Tekkroon colony’s mountain stronghold increases, Rankil Danston struggles to keep her wounded psyche intact. Though she is one of the Tekkroon colony’s Barrier Troopers, the bravest of warrior Taelachs, she can no longer ignore her wounded child’s cries for recognition nor the flashbacks that accompany those cries.
Drawn from her lover Myrla’s side Rankil is pulled into the fight of her life and the greatest battle in Tekkroon history.
In a society divided by birth, upbringing, education and status, young Chandrey Brava is raised in a conservative sect but leaves home at sixteen for the Taelach Training Grounds. Naïve and used to harsh discipline, she doesn’t recognize that Cancelynn Creiloff is playing with her heart.
Nominated for a Golden Crown Literary Society award for excellence in speculative fiction