Book blurb blitz stop for Alien, Mine by Sandra Harris

Today is a book blurb blitz tour stop for the sci-fi romance novel Alien, Mine by Sandra Harris. It’s now available from Soul
Mate Publishing.

Sandra will be
awarding one Alien, Mine customized iPhone case to a randomly drawn
commenter during the tour. This will be available for Apple iPhone 5, 4/4S,
3G/3GS, Samsung Galaxy S4, SIII/S3, SII/S2 or BlackBerry Bold 9900/9930 (winner
to choose phone case size) and is US ONLY. To be entered for a chance to win, leave a comment below. To increase your chances of winning, visit other tour stops and leave comments there, too.

Blurb for Alien, Mine:
Torn from modern day Earth and stranded on the far side of the
Galaxy, Sandrea Fairbairn must use every particle of courage she possesses to
adjust to her new life and live for tomorrow.
Eugen Mhartak, a general in the Tri-Race Alliance Army, refuses to
bow to the merciless Bluthen. Haunted by the loss of far too many innocent
lives he has vowed to drive the ruthless invaders from Alliance space.
The strength and valor of Eugen Mhartak attracts Sandrea as no man
ever has, but she struggles to read the enigmatic general’s heart. Determined
to help him triumph over the Bluthen she uncovers a diabolical plot against the
Drawn by the courage and exotic beauty of Sandrea, Mhartak battles
to overcome the barriers of cross-cultural differences that separate them and
claim her ardent interest. He must conquer his deepest fears to be the man she
needs. When his principles are betrayed by his own government and he is faced
with the impossible prospect of taking Sandrea’s life in order to save his home
planet, Mhartak desperately searches for a way to keep safe both his world and
the magnificent woman who has stolen his heart.
Excerpt from Alien, Mine:
“Mhartak, move your sorry carcass!”
He glared back to the forest. A gan
dressed in agricultural clothes with a familiar cast to his stance cradled a
powerful rifle. Disbelief narrowed his eyes.
Surely not.
Amidst a fresh hail of enemy fire,
the civilian hefted the weapon.
Alarm clanged a harsh warning
through his mind. The ion wave emission gun his brother held would mulch any
unprotected organ within its range.
“No!” he roared and launched himself
towards the forest. Too late.
Fallen leaves whirled toward him on
the leading edge of a percussion surge. The ion wave slammed into him,
wrenching him from the ground and flinging him back. His armour alarm shrieked
imminent overload and his armour failed to absorb the savage impact of
unyielding rock. Brutal force hammered the breath from his lungs and almost
snatched thought from his mind.
He shook the daze from his wits and
staggered to his feet. Desperation and anger seethed through him, and he
hurtled into the rocks.
Stupid son-of-a-demented-laraxdon.
Moans drifted on a soft breeze and
Bluthen bodies littered the rocks. Blood oozed from their eyes, ears, and
noses. His ruthless hands tossed corpses and injured aside.
Kulluk and Shrenkner sprang over the
boulders, their horrified gazes sweeping across the carnage. A massive presence
loomed beside him.
“Well, it’s nice to see you, too,” a
familiar voice muttered.
Control snapped and Mhartak struck,
gripped his long-lost, beloved brother by the throat and struggled not to
throttle him.
Author Bio
and Links:
in the far north of Australia, yearly cyclones, floods and being cut off from
civilization for weeks at a time were the norm. An outrageous imagination
helped occupy Sandra’s mind.
abiding interest in astronomy and a deep-seated need to always see the good
guys win naturally influences her writing. Not satisfied with the amount of
romance in science fiction novels she set out to redress the balance.
currently lives in sunny South East Queensland, Australia, with her husband and
Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, who doesn’t seem to realize she comes from
royalty and should act in a more appropriate manner.

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