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They have to be lying when they tell her she was dead. With no memory of her past, and no idea who she actually is, Nora has few options. Alone, and at the mercy of the Mercenary Defense Conglomerate, she searches for clues into her past, and the truth about her supposed demise.
ebook, 83 pages
Published March 15th 2010 by Devine Destinies
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Up front I'll say as a romance, Roarke will not be most people's typical story. This is more of a story about Nora trying to regain her memories and her life, what happened to her and why, then it is about a romance with Roarke. Nora slowly goes from a 'robot'--all instinct and calculated reactions, no emotions behind the actions at all--to a 'human' trying to maintain some semblance of control over a life she wants back, but is frightened of.

Told from Nora's point of view, in a present tense t
Linda Andrews
Dr. Murray is on her way to her sister's wedding. Never mind that this is the umpteenth time her sister has planned a wedding or that she's written help me on the bottom of the invitation, Dr. Murray takes it all in stride. So she's a bit nonplussed to be locked in the dungeon when she arrives at the place where the wedding is to take place and has her sister for company. Thankfully, she manages to escape with the help of an android that is more than he seems and a wedding present that ends up b ...more
Voss Foster
When you start reading Space Slugs, you may find it hard to stop. And once you reach the very first introduction of an actual space slug, you'll be hooked.

What can i say? It's a light-hearted read with sub-plots to make some soap operas jealous. The fun the author had in writing this come sthrough straight away. While there are certain things I would ahve liked changed, both for personal and non-personal reasons, in the grand scheme of things, Space Slugs, in either this or the unedited, seriali
Excellent story! Wonderful, detailed characterization. I completely enjoyed this story. There's adventure, superheroes and a satisfying romance. A fun story.
M. Pax
Wow, this was fantastic. I really enjoyed this story. Fresh and exciting. I'm looking forward to Frances Pauli's next story.
Jaleta Clegg
Great read! If you like mercenaries, mystery, romance, and dangerously sexy mysterious strangers, you'll enjoy this one.
That first person, is very difficult to write in, but she pulles it off brilliantly.
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Frances Pauli writes across multiple genres. Her work is speculative, full of the fantastic, and quite often romantic at its core. Whenever possible, she enjoys weaving in a little humor. Once upon a time she was a visual artist, but she's since come to her senses. Now she fills her miniscule amount of free time with things like crochet, belly dance and abysmal ukulele playing. She lives in Centra ...more
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