An excerpt of my next cyberpunk romantic thriller

Stellarnet Prince, book two of my Stellarnet Series, will be released in November by Carina Press. Here’s the blurb from the book’s website.

Her alien lovers call her J’ni, the sacred flower of their world. The Glin call her Truth Teller, one of the magical human travelers from beyond the sky ocean. But humanity calls her Genny O’Riordan, interstellar blogger, Net celebrity — and sometimes “unnatural whore.”

When J’ni brings her husband Belloc and her soulmate — rebel gunrunner turned ambassador — Duin from Asteria Colony, they are the first aliens to set foot on Earth. And they might be the last. While they work to ally Glin with the United Nations, join the Stellarnet and restore the water stolen by Tikati invaders, dangerous secrets threaten to spark a new war and tear their relationship apart.

I’m sharing an excerpt of the book as part of the August Summer Reading Trail. The Summer Reading Trail is a collection of stories from several authors in every genre — short stories, deleted scenes, excerpts or novels. The one thing they all have in common is that they are all completely free. For June, I shared the short story Wren & Wood: Oak Moon, and in July an excerpt of the first book in the Stellarnet Series, Stellarnet Rebel.

Click here to read an excerpt of STELLARNET PRINCE.

Enjoy!

J.L. Hilton is the author of the Stellarnet Series cyberpunk romantic thrillers, published by Carina Press. Her original jewelry designs are featured in the books “Steampunk Style Jewelry” and “1000 Steampunk Creations.”

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