Robyn Bachar on Tour: Morningstar


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by Robyn Bachar



Desire is an addiction that could destroy them all.

The second son.

Lieutenant Commander Jace Harrow is the second son of House Morningstar—the spare, not the heir. Armored with an arrogant mask, Jace keeps the world at arm’s length to protect those around him from becoming targets for his bloodthirsty brother.

The broken sword.

Lieutenant Bryn Viera was a shadow sword and a decorated officer, dedicated to protecting her people. But for the past five years she has lived as a slave and has the scars to prove it. Bryn vowed to escape or die trying—until she met Sabine.

The slave.

Born into slavery, Sabine never expected to fall in love. Her feelings for Bryn sparked her desire for a new life, but now Sabine is in phase, consumed by the need to mate with a male. Her dream of freedom with Bryn is on the brink of destruction, for to deny the phase means death.

Thrown together by the unforgiving demands of the phase, they must unite to save Cyprena’s people from a deadly new bioweapon—or be destroyed by the scars of their pasts.


Warning: Contains an arrogant officer with a weakness for having his hair pulled, an insatiable empath, and a badass warrior woman who form a male-female-female threesome sizzling enough to melt your shields.



Whatever fighting had been going on had fallen silent as they entered the docking area. They filed through a hatch, and she paused just inside of it. Bryn locked eyes with the male—she was taller than the other girls and could see above their heads.

“Seal it,” he ordered.

She nodded, sheathed her sword and slapped the controls. “Aye, sir. Hatch sealed.”

The words were a reflex, and triggered a flood of memories of serving aboard the Sabre before her capture. Bryn had been an officer once. If they were truly going to be freed, maybe she could be one again.

The male punched a comm. panel next to the door. “Captain, this is Harrow. Hatch sealed. We’re clear.”

“Copy that,” a woman replied. Bryn quirked a brow—a female captain. Interesting.

She eyed their surroundings as they wound their way through the ship. It had the feel of an older transport—most resistance ships were modified transports that had been stripped down and rebuilt for a military life. Though judging by the state of the exposed wiring and missing panels, the ship had seen better days. The girls were herded into a large dormitory area where another group of Cy’ren waited. Bryn frantically looked over the group for other males, but it seemed comprised of older females, and she sighed in relief.

The male hit the comm. again. “Our new guests are secure.”

“Good. Get your ass to the bridge. I need you at your station.”

“Aye, Captain.”

The male—Harrow—turned to leave, and Bryn turned her attention to Sabine. Her mate was shaking, and the thin sheet wrapped around her was soaked with fresh sweat.

“I don’t feel well,” Sabine said again, and then she collapsed.



Author Bio and Links:

Robyn Bachar enjoys writing stories with soul mates, swords, spaceships, vampires, and gratuitous violence against the kitchen sink. Her paranormal romance Bad Witch series, historical paranormal romance series Bad Witch: The Emily Chronicles, and spicy space opera romance trilogy Cy’ren Rising are available from Samhain Publishing. Her books have finaled in PRISM Contest for Published Authors, the Passionate Plume Contest, and twice in the EPIC eBook Awards.

As a gamer, Robyn has spent many hours rolling dice, playing rock-paper-scissors, and slaying creatures in mmorpgs.











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