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Wednesday, December 27, 2017

#New #Release #SciFi #Romance Matrix Crystal Rebels

I hope everyone had a wonderful and Merry Christmas. 

I first started my Matrix Crystal series as something of a lark. I was doing the Nanowrimo (National Novels Writer Month) and had been playing with the  idea of writing a science fiction. I had already wrote one science fiction (Alien Heart) so this shouldn't be too hard.

I had a dream about a woman who was a geologist  and she discovered a stone on a planet that could produce electricity. There was also a man who broke into her tent. I had to figure out how those two thing went together and started the story Matrix Crystal Hunters.


After that story was written, I wrote Matrix Crystal Christmas which continued with the adventure of Maya and Vach. 


The next book in the series was about their son River called Matrix Crystal River, which has the best cover ever.


And now, I am proud to announce the release of four book in the Matrix Crystal Series. The heroine is Vach and Maya's daughter Rain.

Earth geologist Steen’s mission is to look and act like a Zeeman so he can locate matrix crystals. But when Steen’s deception fails, the beautiful Rain Namaste coaches him. He doesn’t realize he’s fallen in love with the lovely redhead until someone tries to claim her on Hymeneal Night.
Steen will do anything to get Rain back, but is he willing to take her as a Hymeneal bride for himself?

“My brother,” She said without a beat. 

“Which one?” 

“Ah, now that would be telling.” She touched the side of her nose and added more clothes to the stack.“How much?” 

He went through the stack, muttering under his breath. “Fifty ducats.”

“That’s a little steep. These are used. I’ll give you thirty.”

The proprietor rested a hand on top of the stack. “You’ve got a big pile of clothes here. Forty.”

“It’s okay I’ve got it.” Steen dug into his pocket. This was for him after all.

“Steven, you don’t need to,” Rain said.

“Excellent.” The shop owner bowed and took the coins which he dropped into a carved box. He then bagged the clothing into several totes. “If any of these don’t fit, please feel free to bring them back.”

Rain frowned. “At a significant deduction on the exchange?”

“Of course, how else am I to make a profit?” He smiled, handing over both totes. “It was nice doing business with you.”

“Thank you. Steven, can you get the totes?”

Steen took the bags, surprised at how much they weighed. “Oof, heavy.”

“You’re a big guy, suck it up. We have more shops to visit.” Rain strolled out the door ahead of him.

“A little advice from a fellow male, she won’t be easy to woo,” the store owner told him. “Rain is a lovely young female, but she’s as difficult as her mother. Just ask Vach. Rain is like Maya, but more energetic. It’s like someone put way too much sweetener into her daily tea.”

“That’s what I’m afraid of.” Steen followed Rain out the door.


Cara Marsi said...

Looks like a great series! Your covers are beautiful! I hope you had a good Christmas. Happy New Year!

Paris said...

Hope your Christmas was merry! I love a good series with continuing characters and these look great :)

jean hart stewart said...

Enticing excerpt for sure. Know these will do well,,,,,

Janice Seagraves said...

Thank you, Cara. My covers were made by Lex Valentine of Winterheart Designs.

Thank you, Paris, it was.

Hi Jean, Thank you.


Melissa Keir said...

Congrats! I love series books because you fall in love with the characters and can't stop seeing what's going on with their lives. I wish you all the best.

Janice Seagraves said...

Thank you, Melissa.


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