What happens when Humanity takes security for granted and planets start to disappear? You send out two drunk Sergeants and hope for the best.
Elizabeth returned to Jamaica only after the tragic death of her beloved Jeffery, with whom she shared a love greater than life itself. Devastated and alone, she thought she would never feel that way about a man again; and she took comfort and solace in the family and friends of her home. What happened next however would threaten to rip her family apart; and she didn’t care. She found a new romance, a new love so deep that not even societies forbidden rules could keep her from Rodney – her sister’s fiancé.
Jamaican Heat is a story of hope, loss, love, and dreams. It is a romance that some will find scandalous while others will crave more. It is the beginning of a romance that will impact everyone. This novella is the first part to a longer story and the tragic circumstances of life, and what human emotions can endure.
Heather Brassard and her fellow troopers are tasked to find and eliminate a few pirates causing havoc in the shipping lanes of the Confederation. There will always be those who insist that it is their right to greed and power after all. What Brassard finds however will shock the government and military of the New Confederation to its core. There is far more to the pirates than meets the eye, as no pirate should be that well armoured and none should have fleet weapons of mass destruction. Only one group will stand in the path of those bent on the complete destruction of Earth and its government – the men and women of the Terrain Armed Forces. Trooper Brassard and her platoon struggle with issues around life, death, fear, love and greed as they fight for survival in a conflict that threatens to spiral out of control.