Zion Warriors, Book 1
Thrust into the future, can Gracie’s love for an alien warrior survive when an old enemy threatens once more?
Gracie Jones was little more than a child when the Earth was invaded by an alien species. Escaping into the subway tunnels of New York City, she hid in fear of being captured. Discovered by four men who became her protectors, she fought alongside them and they became known as the Freedom Five. At seventeen, she made a decision that turned the tide on the war between Earth and the Alluthans but in exchange she gave up all that she knew.
Kordon Jefe is a Zion Warrior and commanding officer in charge of the Confederation of Planets military. When an unknown species begins attacking some of their outer settlements, he is assigned to discover who they are and stop them…at any cost.
Gracie unknowingly finds herself stranded millions of light years and hundreds of years in the future in a distance galaxy on an undeveloped moon. When an old enemy threatens once more, she does not hesitant to use her knowledge to try to stop them once again. Only this time, it is not just Earth she will be saving but the Confederation itself.
When their two worlds are thrown together, Kordon is unsure what to do with the strange, delicate creature that fights and behaves unlike anything he has ever encountered before. One thing he does know, he plans to keep her.
“Not in this bloody lifetime,” Gracie growled out in understanding. “I’ve been to the pits of hell and survived. This is going to be a walk in the park compared to some of the places I’ve been,” she said with bravado.
Kordon’s eyes flashed in anger at the memory. “We are prepared. Just follow Mohan if she tells you to. She knows what to do.”
Gracie frowned up at Kordon. “Yeah, that is something else we need to talk about when this show is over with.” Gracie pinched Kordon lightly. “No more withholding information from me. I can’t fight if I don’t know what is going on.”
Kordon turned so quickly he caught Gracie off guard. Grasping her face between his hands, he tilted her head backward, forcing her to look into his deep blue eyes. Kordon didn’t say anything for a moment. Gracie stood still when she realized he was trying to get his emotions under control before he spoke.
Kordon took several deep breaths before he felt able to speak calmly. “I will protect you, Gracie. I do not want you to ever have to fight again. Twice I have almost lost you. Twice I have felt an emotion so devastating, so paralyzing that it nearly brought me to my knees. I have never known fear until I met you. It is not an emotion I like. I will protect you and our child with my life, Gracie Jones-Jefe. I have claimed you as mine, and I always protect what is mine.”