Friday, October 3, 2014

Reaching for the Stars

By Stephanie Beck

I don’t remember when I read my first sci-fi story, but it had to be in my teens because I read constantly then. I read contemporary, inspirational, science fiction, fantasy, middle grade, new adult, romance, mystery, crime...just about everything except horror.
The sci-fi and fantasy reader in my family is my mother (so I really hope she likes Starlight Cowboy when she gets it), but I like it too! Sometimes I’m in the mood for something totally different, and yet with the familiarity of proper space protocol and limitations. When the call for Beyond Fairytales came, I was in such a mood. I wanted to write something a little out there, a little different, but still a sexy love story.
Shields and Annalina made it so easy to follow my whim of the moment. They wanted to fly, have fun, and even if they didn’t know it right of the bat, they did want to fall in love.
I can’t wait to read the rest of the fairytales as they come out, and I’m so happy that Starlight Cowboy is joining the Beyond Fairytales family!

Starlight Cowboy
By Stephanie Beck

From the storybook of the stars.
A groundbreaking mission to the moons of Jupiter should have been Annalina's big ticket for advancement, but instead of captaining her own ship, she's second fiddle to Shields Albright.
Playboy, adventurer, immature.
Shields has been called it all, but really, he just wants to fly and hasn’t spent a lot of time on his social skills. Mutual attraction grows as the walls of the space ship close in, and they come to an arrangement that satisfies them both, while allowing them professional distance. The distance doesn’t last, not as they grow to understand themselves…and each other as someone who just fits.
Not all is as it should be among the stars.
    Their ship is attacked, and the moons of Jupiter are not exactly untouched when they finally arrive. The little world they’ve built high above terra firma is about to smack down in the middle of a dangerous, maybe even deadly, reality. If Shields didn't attract trouble like fireflies on a bug zapper, the two might have an actual shot at true love.

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All the best,

Stephanie Beck 

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