Ellen Connor

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Ellen Connor

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Who are we, you might ask? Well, we’re a collaborative writing team comprised of Ann Aguirre and Carrie Lofty. Our pen name comes from two bad-ass female SF characters: Ellen Ripley (from Alien) and Sarah Connor (from The Terminator). When you put them together, you get Ellen Connor…and we hope to rock your world.

Average rating: 3.71 · 2,280 ratings · 389 reviews · 3 distinct works · Similar authors
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Dark Age Dawning (3 books)
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“Are you sure about this? The lion wondered. We could have six females to serve us. Less work.
Tru stifled a laugh. That’s what you think.”
Ellen Connor, Daybreak

“How can you be so optimistic about the whole damn world but not about yourself?”
“My magic, you mean.”
“Your neck, Pen.”
She drew her head back as if he’d just shouted. His words struck her that forcefully.
“My . . . ?”
“I adore your neck. And your eyes. Do you know how long it’s been since I thought the word ‘indigo’? Maybe when I read it in a poem, years ago. But that’s the color you use to stare at me.”
Heat shivered up her spine, along the tops of her breasts and across her cheeks. Never. Not ever had she imagined such a treasure. So shocked, she said the first thing that came into her head. Pure instinct.
“Yours are like a clear piece of glass with the sky behind it.”
He grinned lazily. “Is that what you think? Well, feel free to continue.”
Ellen Connor, Daybreak

“Jenna ",he groaned. And when he licked his lips, he tasted the salt of his own tears.”
Ellen Connor, Nightfall

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