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Liber (Phoenix Rising Book 1)

by Gail R. Delaney on 2019-11-01

In 2008, David Forte was a divorced father, a military veteran, and an agent for the newly-established HomeWorld Security Division in the wake of First Contact with an alien race. While on assignment to investigate concerns held by his superiors… David disappears. His family never knew the truth.

In 2054, David is yanked from a failing stasis pod and wakes in a broken, tumultuous society he can’t begin to comprehend. Everything and everyone he knew is destroyed or missing. His body is broken and he must fight to not only regain his strength, but regain his place in a post-war world completely foreign to him. He has lost so much, and at the same time gained. He needs to find his place, and he needs to know the fate of his family.

David is desperately hoping to find traces of his past, and Antonia Ocasso-Morena is desperately hoping to outrun hers. She’d left Colombia days before the Sorracchi attacked, sending the World into chaos, and covering her tracks from a crime that could destroy her.

Mankind reclaimed their world once, and will be called to defend it again. They are not alone. The Coalition and their Defense Alliance will stand with their new allies. The Sorracchi are not alone either. They bring with them the most brutal and bloodthirsty race in known space.

Freedom comes in many forms, but never without a fight.

Forgive Us Our Debts (Kingdom Come Book 1)

by Gail R. Delaney on 2019-08-14

After Lady Sarina Octavion fell captive to the Sorracchi Sovereign Empire and imprisoned on Levantin, a decaying space station and prison, The Revolutionist Freedom Fighters attempt to rescue her. Every attempt failed, as her captor Tandeth Joquit revels in his torture of her. She is a symbol to the Revolution and crushing her crushes their resolve more each day.

Left desperate to rescue her, Lord Saron Octavion asks mercenary and ship for hire captain Tanner Kess to rescue her, a job Tanner would never refuse because he owes the House of Octavion more than they even know.

Tanner almost gives up hope in getting her out when he can't locate her amongst the other Uudon-dosed prisoners. When he finally finds her, he is thankful he always prepares for the worst, because her situation is the stuff of nightmares.

Add to that the fact that the Rebellion picks this time to attack the station. Not only does he have guards and Sarina herself to deal with, but gunfire and an aging station ready to shudder apart with the next pulse cannon blast. He has to earn Serina's trust – something that doesn't come easy in the Sorracchi Sovereign Empire – if he has any hope of getting her out alive. By the time all is said and done, they both come out different people… and for the better.

Stasis (Phoenix Rising Book 3)

by Gail R. Delaney on 2018-09-10

Lieutenant Commander Connor Montgomery's trust in his own judgment is gone, wiped out with the betrayal by the one person he trusted above all others. His failure to see the wolf in their midst has cost the people he loves more than they can afford to lose. His niece Nicole has been taken by the Xenos, by order of the most heinous and evil leaders of the Sorracchi race, and Connor will do whatever it takes to find her and bring her home safe.

In the hours and days following the war, the Sorracchi hid and fled however they could, including snatching people out of their lives to create new husks and hide behind unknown faces. Evelyn woke in a world she didn't recognize, and no memory of the last two years beyond her name. They call her an "Emancipated", a human freed from the possession of a Sorracchi conscience, but the people in charge of her care will tell her little else.

When the memories come, they are dark and sickening, and she can only pray they are not her own. To save the life of a stolen child, Evelyn must face the crimes her hands committed and gain the trust of a man with no trust left. Not even for himself.

Janus (Phoenix Rising Book 1)

by Gail R. Delaney on 2018-08-24

It's been a year since Humanity rose up against their alien oppressors and took back Earth from the Sorracchi. The war left Earth devastated, crippled, but not beaten. Under the leadership of President Nick Tanner and in collaboration with their new Areth and Umani allies, the Earth seeks stable ground again.

John Smith of the Areth was a soldier before his queen asked him to serve as ambassador to Earth, and is out of his element. Restricted in his position from carrying a weapon, he has no way of defending himself or his adopted son when the Xenos -- a group of Humans wishing to purge the Earth of all alien influence -- decide they want him dead.

Jenifer is a soldier for hire, and answer to no one but her own common sense. She first refused the "job" of serving as John's bodyguard, but a glimpse at the heart of the man convinces her to accept the responsibility.

John has two faces: a soldier and an ambassador of peace. Jenifer has two faces: the steel-skinned warrior and the forgotten person she once was. Too many people hide behind masks, and it's those hiding who want John dead.

End Game (The Phoenix Rebellion Book 4)

by Gail R. Delaney on 2018-08-20

Nick Tanner set out months ago to find the Umani, Earth's only hope for salvation. Reaching Raxo brought revelations he still cannot wrap his head around, and now he's on his way home. But things aren't the same. Not by a long shot.

Michael Tanner has struggled since his rescue from New Mexico to find his place in his new world. He still questions his past, his existence, and the man he is becoming. He has also found a kind of love like no other -- a father's love. His childhood was nothing but pain. Can he be a good father?

Jacqueline Anderson challenges him, move him, confuses him. She wants more from him, more than he knows how to give. She wants to understand the haunting shadows behind his eyes... wants to understand the scars that mark his body.

The battle to survive comes to a crescendo, and Michael will finally discover the man he is meant to be.

Revolution (The Phoenix Rebellion Book 1)

by Gail R. Delaney on 2018-08-20

The Areth came to our world in the early years of the 21st Century, proclaiming to be our brethren, our ancestors, our allies.

Decades have passed and the Areth have now infiltrated every part of Earth society: government, medicine, science, even religion. Some say the Areth are our salvation, others say they are our doom.

Retired Earth Force Colonel Nick Tanner doesn't care. He gave up caring years ago. More than once the Areth have cost him everything he loves and holds dear.

Then Doctor Caitlin Montgomery, the woman he has never been able to forget, finds him in his solitude and changes everything.

His son -- the child he was told died twenty-five years before -- is alive and needs him. Nick will do whatever it takes to bring Michael home. He'll lay down his life, if that's the cost to reveal the truth and stop the Areth.

Now, he cares. And if he ever finds the Areth that stole his son from him, she'll pay.

Gaining Ground (The Phoenix Rebellion Book 3)

by Gail R. Delaney on 2018-08-20

Lilly Quinn thought she lost her husband Jace in the mission that brought Michael Tanner home. The mission that set into motion the revelation of the Areth's true face. She had reconciled herself with raising their baby alone.

But, miracles still happen and somehow Jace is back... at least his body is. His heart, his mind, is still trapped somewhere in the darkness of an Areth prison.

Somehow she has to find a way to awaken his heart again.

All the while the demon Areth breath hot and angry down Phoenix's neck... waiting to wipe them out along with the rest of the human race.

Outcasts (The Phoenix Rebellion Book 2)

by Gail R. Delaney on 2018-08-20

Victor turned his back on everything he knew -- everything he thought he was -- to help Michael Tanner be free from his Areth tormentors. now, he is at the mercy of Phoenix and their mission to be free of the very enemy Victor represents.

Something dark haunts Victor, threatening to steal his sanity -- even his life. He doesn't understand it, has no name for it; he only knows the malicious darkness in his mind wants him dead for his treachery in helping the humans.

Only in Beverly Surimoto's tender touch does he find some fraction of peace. But how much can he take from her before it's too much? How much before she realizes the demon he is and turns him away?