Matrix Crystal River Released


Matrix Crystal River has been released as a paperback.

And is now on smashword and on Notable retailers in the Smashwords distribution network include Apple (operates iBooks stores in 51 countries), Barnes & Noble (US and UK), Scribd, Oyster, Kobo, Blio and Inktera (formerly Page Foundry).  Our industry-leading library distribution reaches OverDrive (world’s largest library ebook platform serving 20,000+ libraries), Baker & Taylor Axis 360, Tolino, Gardners (Askews & Holts and Browns Books for Students), and Odilo (2,100 public libraries in North America, South America and Europe).

Blurb: After twenty-five years, the Earthlings were back. River Namaste swears he’ll never help the humans find matrix crystals, until he meets, Winona Miracle, Team Alpha Six’s geologist. Shy and vulnerable, the black haired, dark eyed beauty is all he wants.

But is she ready to put aside her goals for him?


At a rest area, Winona was left behind with River and Ori. She prayed that no one would wander into the spot while they were there. The men fed the animals and waited.

Walking around the area, she tried to get the kinks out of her legs. The woodlands looked different than the conifer forest back home. The leaves were mostly in burgundy and bright greens. She picked up a white-and-pink stone and turned it over in her hands. Quartz with some thick, dark silver veining. If I had a smelting setup, I could produce silver.

“Winona,” River called softly.

She went to him. “Yes, what is it?”

“You seem nervous.”

“Well, of course I am.” She glanced around. “Did you see the dirty looks we got from that fishing village?”

“You needn’t worry. I’ll watch out for you.”

“Gee, thanks. And who will protect you?”

He laughed. “I don’t need anyone to keep me safe.”

“Oh, sure. No one will attack a big hunk of man meat like you.”

“Man meat? What does that mean?” One side of his mouth curled up.

Jeez, why did I say that? She turned to walk away. “Never mind. It’s just an expression.”

He hooked a hand around her arm. “Don’t go.”

His wonderful spicy male scent was almost too much. “River, I—”

He pulled her up against him. Before she knew it, his lips were on hers. Once he swept his tongue into her mouth, she was lost. She slipped an arm behind his head and pressed herself against him.

“River,” called out Ori. “They’re back.”

He abruptly dropped her on her feet and stepped away.

When did I get lifted off the ground? She turned away, wiped her mouth, and pulled up her scarf, trying to hide whatever damage his rough kiss might have caused. God, what a kiss. Her panties were soaking wet.


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