Space Confederation 1

Multiple tragedies have turned starship captain Aine Lorcan into the “Ice Queen.” But can hunks Ker and Sammuel thaw her heart and win her love?

(Sci-fi/futuristic romance, space opera, MMF with MM and MF, some M/s dynamic elements, HEA)

Writing As: Lesli Richardson

Release Date: December 6, 2020

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(Originally published writing as Tymber Dalton on February 15, 2010. It’s been revised and expanded for re-release writing as Lesli Richardson.)

Tragedy defined starship captain Aine Lorcan’s early life. Orphaned twice, as a result she buries herself in her work and earns her “Ice Queen” nickname. Fiercely driven and independent, the only thing to outshine that is her brilliant intellect. When she’s seriously injured crash-landing on a deserted planet during a raider attack, it’s annoyingly handsome and self-assured Act’huran commander Sammuel Jorvis who rescues her.

Sammuel and his partner, Ker, have searched to find the perfect third to complete them. At first, Aine tries to fight the attraction she feels for the smug commander before giving in to his sinfully hot brand of persuasion. When she meets Ker, it cements her growing love for the men and her feeling of belonging. But it also means leaving behind the Confederation and the only life she’s known.

When duty calls and the Confederation attempts to coax Aine back with her dream command, she wages a war of conscience. Stay with the men she’s come to love and forever abandon the commission she’s made her life’s work, or fulfill the legacy her two fathers died to help her achieve? With lives and hearts on the line, will Aine’s love burn out, or can she live up to her reputation of a Fierce Radiance?

Note: There are more books planned for this series. See the Space Confederation series page for details and pre-orders!

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2 thoughts on “Fierce Radiance (Space Confederation 1)

  • January 31, 2015 at 10:27 pm

    I love this book. Are you writing a second one to the series?

    • May 17, 2015 at 3:49 pm

      @Geri – Yes, I do have more books planned for this series.

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