Having escaped the lab where they were altered with alien DNA, Vaughn Coleman and his fellow super-soldiers answer an ad for a ship capable of getting them far from the prison planet they’ve just fled. Meshach Larsen, autocrat of a notorious isolationist planet, is willing to accept payment in services rendered, rather than credits.
The job? Find and return a mysterious crate that was stolen during shipping. But their mission is complicated minutes after accepting the job when Vaughn finds a beautiful, sheltered stowaway on their already crowded short-range shuttle.
Grace can’t remember how she got from the secluded convent where she was raised to the planet Gebose, where women aren’t to be seen or heard. Where she will soon be forced into service as a concubine. All she knows for sure is that the shuttle leaving to run an errand for Meshach offers her best chance at escape.
But Grace has no way of knowing that the man who discovers her onboard isn’t exactly human. That alien urges and instincts Vaughn can’t quite control—collectively known as his beast—are insisting she is his mate. That he must claim, love, and defend her at any cost. Even if protecting her from Meshach means sacrificing the crew’s best chance to settle their vendetta with the ruthless corporation that turned them into monsters.
Vendetta> is a 98,000 word sci-fi romance intended for mature readers.
Glass Cage (Prison Planet Book 7)
by Emmy Chandler on 2019-01-11
“They’re organ donors. Your job is to keep them clean and in good shape, until they’re no longer needed.”
Convicted of petty theft, Katerina Mathern is sentenced to the prison planet Rhodon, zone twelve, where unresponsive convicts await the removal of organs they never agreed to donate. Kat is horrified by the ward full of comatose prisoners she’s required to attend, but she’s even more horrified to discover, when one gorgeous, unconscious man begins responding to her voice, that the patients are aware of every horrific thing that happens to them.
Newly convicted felon Beau Desmond wakes up paralyzed in a hospital bed, missing one of his kidneys—his rare blood type and perfect physical condition have put him in high demand in a for-profit organ trade run by the prison. Trapped in the cage of his own mind, he can only wait for the rest of his organs to be taken one at a time, until he hears Katerina’s cheerful chatter and falls hard for his beautiful caretaker.
When Kat realizes Beau can hear her, she becomes determined to get him on his feet and off the planet before the surgeon can cut anything else out of him. But now that she’s woken her sleeping beauty, their escape must be a team effort—especially once they discover the horrifying reason Kat was really sent to zone twelve…
Glass Cage is a 35,000 word stand-alone novella set in the Prison Planet universe. It can be read as an introduction to the series or as a bonus for those who've already read previous books.
Escape (Project Vetus Book 1)
by Emmy Chandler on 2018-10-25
Sentenced to death for war crimes they didn’t commit, Captain Carson Sotelo and his team were given a choice: die in disgrace, or live as something entirely new. Several dozen procedures and a medically induced coma later, they awoke on a prison planet as super-soldier prototypes, spliced with genes from an extinct alien species.
Sotelo’s altered body comes with strange abilities and built-in weapons, and when Universal Authority tests him in the field, combat awakens violent instincts and cryptic genetic memories from the beast they installed in his genetic code. He’s able to keep the beast on a leash—until the day he meets Lilliana Malone, and his inner alien decides she’s his mate.
Though Sotelo resists the beast’s barbaric courtship style, he can’t pretend he doesn’t want Lilli. Her protective nature and fiery spirit remind him of why he went to war in the first place. Unfortunately, catching Sotelo’s eye also brings her to the attention of the ruthless team of scientists who turned his entire team into monsters…
Universal Authority had no idea what they were unleashing when they turned Sotelo into a weapon, and now that he has someone to fight for, he will bite off the hand that feeds them all, if that’s what it takes to get the team he leads and the woman he loves off the planet.
Escape> is a 93,000 word sci-fi romance intended for mature readers.
Traitor (Prison Planet Book 6)
by Emmy Chandler on 2018-08-09
“I have no business even thinking about using her as bait.”
Sold into slavery as a teenager, Mallory Landrum was held captive by Varian Roys until she was coerced into testifying against him, and despite their promise to protect her, the corrupt government of Kallisto sends her to Rhodon. There, she is rented out to wealthy guests who come to tour the prison planet until she escapes into the open population, only to find herself in zone three, hiding from the very man she sent to prison.
Hit man Barrett Oliver survived the brutal attack that took both his voice and his wife. He swore to kill everyone who played a part in her death, but when his vengeance falls short, he winds up on Rhodon, in the same zone as Varian Roys, the man he failed to kill.
When he discovers Mallory fleeing the wreckage of a crashed space yacht, he realizes she’s just the bait he needs to draw their mutual enemy out of hiding. Though he can’t speak to her, the more time he spends with the beautiful, psychologically fragile little survivor, the harder he falls for her. And the less willing he is to dangle her in front of a monster who’s already taken his first love…
Traitor is a gritty 75,000 word romance containing scenes and content that might be disturbing to some readers.
Hostage (Prison Planet Book 5)
by Emmy Chandler on 2018-06-19
“I have to get my sister off this planet, and you’re the only leverage I have.”
Sebastian Wolfe got himself sentenced to death by combat on the prison planet Rhodon in order to protect his sister, Sylvie. As last season’s champion, she was released into the open population, and if he prevails this season, he’ll be allowed to join her. And at first, that was the plan.
Then, at an airborne afterparty following the first fight of the season, Sebastian seizes a chance to crash the ship into zone three, planning to escape the wreckage and join his sister early—until fate throws Kaya Johnston into his path.
Kaya would have died upon impact if Sebastian hadn’t bailed from the doomed yacht with her in his arms, but that’s no reason to go all weak in the knees. He’s the one who crashed the ship in the first place! Now she’s stranded on a prison planet, barefoot and ill-equipped, with only a gorgeous, protective death row inmate who’s declared her his hostage—yet seems to think of her as much more.
Sebastian drags her deep into zone three in search of Sylvie, so he can demand an escape vehicle in exchange for his captive. But after a few days alone with Kaya, he might be unwilling to ever give his beautiful, compassionate hostage up…
Hostage is a 74,000 word novel set on a planet populated by violent criminals, so expect a gritty story about characters who have to fight to protect each other and their relationship. Please do not read this book if violence in fiction bothers you.
Crash and Burn (Prison Planet Book 4)
by Emmy Chandler on 2018-05-18
“I’m alone. On a prison planet. And with the shuttle wrecked, I have no way off of Devil’s Eye.”
Rayla Shaw has spent her entire life restricted to Station Alpha, orbiting the prison planet Rhodon, an unspoken exception to the “no children” policy. Now grown, Rayla discovers that her father, Warden Shaw, has been lying to her for her entire life, and the only person who can tell her why is one of the prisoners. Armed with supplies, weapons, and a bodyguard, Rayla sneaks onto the planet disguised as an inmate, determined to find answers. But when her shuttle crashes, killing Rayla’s bodyguard, she is stranded alone on a planet crawling with violent criminals. A zone four loner, Jai sees a shuttle go down in the woods and he races toward it, intending to salvage what he can. To his surprise, the only survivor is a female prisoner who emerges from the wreckage with an unrestricted gun—easily the most valuable thing in all of zone four. His plan is to seduce the gorgeous new inmate and steal the gun once she’s fallen for him. But before long, Jai realizes he’s falling for his prey—and that his fire burns for the only woman on the entire planet he can never have…
Crash And Burn is a 51,000 word stand-alone novella set in the Prison Planet world. Expect a fun, explicitly sexy trek through zone four with less violence than the full-length books in the series.
Champion (Prison Planet Book 3)
by Emmy Chandler on 2018-04-15
“Ms. Wolfe, you’re the only woman who’s ever requested the arena.”
Sylvie Wolfe made a bad decision, for a good reason. Now, sentenced to death for her crime, she has only one decision left to make—the method of her execution. Most people pick lethal injection.
Sylvie demands death by combat.
Her choice gets her sent to the prison planet Rhodon, where in zone one, the galaxy’s most dangerous convicted murderers fight to the death on camera in a gladiatorial-style competition that will end with one inmate being declared the champion. And having his—or her—death sentence commuted to life in prison.
Graham Anderson thinks he’s lost his mind when he sees a woman in zone one. He pulls Sylvie into his cell just before lockdown, temporarily shielding her from a throng of monsters intent on laying claim to her. By the time the doors unlock at dawn, he’s made nearly a hundred vicious new enemies and lost his heart to the fiercest, sexiest, most determined woman he’s ever met.
With death looming in the arena and foes aligning against them behind the scenes, Sylvie and Graham must fight for every moment they share. But in the end, there can be only one champion. Which means only one of them can leave the arena alive…
Champion is an 86,000 word novel containing dark and violent scenes that might be disturbing to some readers.
Hunter (Prison Planet Book 2)
by Emmy Chandler on 2018-03-22
“He wants her released into the enclosure. He wants to hunt her.”
Recaptured during her escape from zone four, Maci Bishop wakes up in the mysterious, heavily fortified zone two, where wealthy citizens come to sate sordid, homicidal appetites by hunting death row inmates in a wooded enclosure. Live on camera, for spectators watching from the Resort.
Maci is rented as a plaything for a guest at the Resort, but when she kills her first customer in self-defense, her life sentence quickly becomes a death sentence. To teach the other women a lesson, the warden throws Maci into the enclosure, to be hunted alongside a vicious death row inmate named Callum.
Though at first he believes the beautiful, half-naked woman is bait intended to lure him out, Callum saves Maci from a brutal death. As they fight their way through the enclosure, taking on hunters, guards, and ruthless robotic hounds, he falls hard for the tiny, clever hellcat and discovers she may just have the skills to get them both out of the enclosure alive.
But Maci won’t abandon the other women to pay for her escape. Not again. She won’t be satisfied until she shuts down the entire Resort: clients, guards, hounds, and all. And there’s no way in hell Callum will let her walk into the lion’s den alone…
Hunter is a 75,000+ word novel set on a planet populated by violent criminals, so expect a gritty story about characters who have to fight to protect each other and their relationship.
Guardian (Prison Planet Book 1)
by Emmy Chandler on 2018-03-01
“Choose wisely. Then keep your head down and do what you’re told. Time will pass, and we’ll be back for you.”
Audra Copeland is among dozens of newly convicted felons dropped off on the prison planet Rhodon, where she discovers that the women of zone four have a long-standing arrangement with the men. If they hand over six of the new arrivals, the men won’t raid. And Audra has just been drafted.
She can take her chances on her own, or select a guardian. The deal is simple, if barbaric: sex, in exchange for food and safety from the other two hundred men in zone four. It’s a terrifying proposal. The men are violent, filthy degenerates.
Then Audra sees Tyson at the edge of the crowd. A hulking, scarred figure, the other men call him a savage, but his clothes are clean, and he’s holding a freshly caught rabbit. He can clearly protect what’s his.
As compassionate as he is powerful, Tyson ignites something fierce in Audra, and their connection is white-hot. The problem? Every thirty days, she’ll have to pick a new guardian.
Now that he’s found Audra, Ty has every intention of keeping her for himself. Even if he has to destroy the fragile zone four peace treaty to do it.
Guardian is a 70,000+ word novel set on a planet populated by violent criminals, so expect a gritty story about characters who have to fight to protect each other and their relationship.