The Prison Moon Series
Prison Moon One, a penal colony located in Star System Litharia, is home to the most ruthless felons in the galaxy. Run by the Corporation, the prison earns revenue by broadcasting everything that takes place to decadent viewers across the galaxy. Arena fights, staged events where the inhabitants are pitted against each other and fight to the death, are the only way to survive unless you wish to be owned by one of the many gangs the inmates have created. When the prisoners grow bored fighting amongst themselves, the Corporation gives them another incentive to persuade them to keep volunteering for the Arena fights–the chance to win and own a human female.
Abducted by aliens and housed in an airtight room with twenty other girls wasn’t Sara’s idea of a good time. Neither was being dropped into the jungle of a Prison Moon, but for the rest of the galaxy, it was. She was the entertainment. The game? Survive the lawless alien criminals who ran wild or die trying, but there was no outrunning a dragon, and he didn’t seem to be in any hurry to let her go.
Toren has spent the last several centuries sleeping beneath the rubble of an abandoned temple. The wars decimated his world and now was used as a dumping ground for the vilest creatures in the galaxy. A Prison Moon where it was kill or be killed. He slumbers to escape but awakes when a female, the first he’s seen in centuries, stumbles into his lair. And now that he’s seen her, he’s not letting her go.
But the corporation that runs the Prison Moon One has other plans. Broadcasting a televised event across the galaxy of an Arena fight between a live dragon and any willing to fight him will bring in more viewers, and money, than they could imagine. All they had to do was catch him and to do that, they had to take the girl.
Aliens are real.
So are Prison Planets. Marcy Duncan finds out the hard way when she’s abducted and dumped on one and told to run or die trying because the inhabitants of Prison Moon One only want one thing–her.
Captured and sent to the Arena, she soon becomes the property of a barbarian warlord everyone fears. He’s a golden-skinned devil wrapped in such a tempting package, her traitorous heart won’t look the other way, a move that might just get her killed when she realizes she’s just a pawn in a game with no winners. A game where she’s the bait.
Books in the Prison Moon Series are stand-alone novels. They do not have to be read in any particular order. The only thing that links them is the world itself. Character cross-overs may occur from time to time.