A millennia into the future, the Saloon Sector is a mix of the 1950s and the Wild West, with robots. It’s where careers go to die.
Thelma Bach graduated top of her class after four years at the Galactic Justice Academy. But she’s a Rock Sector citizen. The core worlders were never going to let her transcend her background. So she’s been assigned to serve her seven years as a deputy in the Saloon Sector. The message for the Federation’s non-core citizens is clear: you’ll never be our equal, so don’t even try.
The stuffy bureaucrats of the Galactic Justice service chose the wrong person to push around. Thelma is a woman capable of self-reinvention. She’ll subvert her sheriff, charm artificial intelligences, fight bandits and hunt the legendary Eldorado Cache. And if she can shove a missile up the bunker of the Galactic Justice service as she does so, well, then, why not?
“Space Deputy” is an action-packed, rollicking space opera. Sa-zoom, baby!
Raid: Futuristic Romance (Kidnapped Brides Book 1)
by Jenny Schwartz on 2017-12-22
No Nomad can ignore a summons from the Oracle. Their culture demands that they submit to a raiding party to find and mate their one true love.
Imprisoned and mistreated by the infamous information broker Fagan, Alexa Maven lives a life that makes the thought of love a painful lie. If she dared to dream, she'd wish for freedom and anonymity; to be alone forever.
Mikal Fforde is a captain in the United Space Marine Corps. Love is a distraction he definitely doesn't need right now. He’s a tough fighter, a survivor, and he can’t afford the vulnerability that love brings.
But the Oracle has spoken, and two mismatched strangers are about to find their unlikely perfect match – if they survive Fagan!
*RAID is a short science fiction romance.
Shattered Earth (Shamans & Shifters Space Opera Book 3)
by Jenny Schwartz on 2017-11-24
The scum of the galaxy are using Earth as a nuclear winter death camp. It outrages pirate captain Kohia Jekyll’s sense of justice. No one deserves to die agonizingly of radiation poisoning, especially not on the planet humanity had to evacuate seven generations ago. So Kohia intends to close the prison camp down.
She didn’t count on an infuriating shaman healer hitching a ride aboard her starship.
Nairo Bloodstone isn’t going to Earth to be a hero. He learned the hard way that when you’re a healer, doing your best for people is never enough. One miracle leads them to demand another and another. Heroes die exhausted and alone, and the galaxy continues with billions of people still clamoring for a miracle-worker to save them.
No, Nairo is going to Earth to be a hero. He intends to change what it means to be human.
Cosmic Catalyst (Shamans & Shifters Space Opera Book 2)
by Jenny Schwartz on 2017-10-30
Everyone has secrets. But some people will risk the galaxy to protect theirs.
When starship shaman Jaya Romanov and her new mate partner, galactic bounty hunter and robot wolf shifter, Vulf Trent, saved the galaxy from the deadly actions of a determined geriatric terrorist, they forgot that old Earth truism: no good deed goes unpunished.
Now, the galaxy is exploding with unexpected aliens, greedy politicians—well, that’s normal enough, it’s what the politicians will attempt that is worrying—and a radically new aspect to sha energy that has the potential to change everything.
And then there’s the mystery of Jaya’s father…who is he? Some big secrets are lurking in Jaya’s past, and to save those she loves, she’ll be forced to risk the galaxy in a shoot ’em up, take-no-prisoners rescue because sometimes there’s no fighting your destiny.