A Millionaire... And Baby Booties?
Rust Creek Ramblings: Montana Mavericks #116
Pretty-and-pregnant Mikayla Brown is Rust Creek Falls' newest resident. Poor as a church mouse, she is determined to make it on her own, so what is she doing with Tulsa billionaire Jensen Jones? Everyone knows that the cowboy-booted businessman doesn't 'do' commitment–and Mikayla is in no position (literally!) to do casual. Yet our sources suggest Jensen may be Mikayla's Prince Charming in disguise. Could our expectant, independent Cinderella have finally found her perfect match?
In the future, time travelers are a reality. In the present, time travlers are a real pain.
June Moore guards our present day from those who visit from the future. Their advanced knowledge and weaponry threaten to wreak havoc on our lives. And law enforcement is clueless about their future tech.
But June has an edge. Her exceptional intelligence and strength make her capable of fighting these visitors. Something the cops can't do. Acting as a vigilante, she sends the time travelers back where they belong—whether they like it or not.
Until the night before her freshman year of college, when June finds herself standing off against one of them. His motives are unknown and a mysterious cube in his hands piques her interest.
She has to know what's inside.
But her hesitation, driven by curiosity, causes the man to escape. She's left alone. With the box. And regrets...She should have sent the guy straight home.
If she doesn't capture him soon he could really mess up the future for everyone. Who knows what kind of trouble he may cause? And if the cube opens…it might cause even more trouble. Something that could hit more close to home.
If she's going to save the future of those close to her June must hunt the escaped traveler down.
…Before she runs out of time.
In the future, time travel is a reality. In the present, time travelers are a nuisance.
The newest candidate for mayor of New York City has a strange charm. It's as if he knows the best things to say to appeal to everyone in the city. It's almost like he knows what people will like before he even says it.
That's probably because he's a traveler from the future. And June Moore can't let him get away with manipulating the election and messing with the timeline.
June guards our present day from travelers from the future. She's the only one around who can keep up with their advanced technology and send travelers back to their own time
As June tries to stop the candidate's campaign, she learns that the candidate has a tool that's more powerful than she's faced before. And when he sends her far out of his way, June must find a way to get home in time to stop him from winning and changing history. How will June stop a traveler who has thrown her out of her world, threatened her friend's life, and gained more points in the polls than anyone thought was possible?
June Moore guards our present day from travelers from the future. She's the only one around who can keep up with their advanced technology and send travelers back to their own time.June's life is a balance between her responsibilities as a vigilante hero and her college coursework, her friendships, and the guy who makes her heart beat fast.
Now there's a new traveler has in town. And as he threatens New Yorkers with a series of escalating dares, people are getting killed.
June must find a way to send this traveler home.
As June closes in on her target, his threats become more personal. How can June send this traveler back to the future when he's not only faster and smarter than her, but threatening her entire future?
The Dare is Book 2 of Guardian of the Present, an eight book series of novellas that will appeal to fans of Buffy, Veronica Mars, and Looper.
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A pivotal player in an intergalactic warA young woman who shouldn't existAn impossible choiceAligning with one faction means gaining her hard-won freedom but condemns her home planet of Drani to slavery.Helping their enemy propels her into her worst nightmare on a world she despises where one false step could cost her life.