EdenWorld has beer-colored seas, amber skies, and is inhabited by griffins, minotaurs, vampires, werewolves and other fantastic creatures who have enslaved the human population. Commander Bill Keeler and his landing party visit this strange world and start off along a highway paved in golden stones to meet the powerful ruler of a mythical kingdom. Along the way, they encounter a mentally deficient crop guardian, a malfunctioning robot with a failing power cell, and an anthropomorphic lion with cowardice issues. Also, there's a B-Story involving the kidnapping of Goneril Lear's son; a C-Story involving Phil Redfire falling for a hot woman on a cold night; a D-Story where another character schemes to get relieved from his duties; and an E-Story involving exiles on the planet's surface with an amazing knack for adapting the ship's advanced technology.
A highly original work that deals a shattering blow to all our preconceived notions about our past and human origins. Worldwide legends refer to giant flying lizards and dragons that came to this planet and founded the ancient civilizations of Mesopotamia, Egypt, India and China. Who were these reptilian creatures? What was the real reason for mans creation? Why did Adam lose his chance at immortality in the Garden of Eden? Who were the Nefilim who descended from heaven and mated with human women? Why did the serpent take such a bad rap in history? Why didnt Adam and Eve wear clothes? What were the crystals or stones that the gods fought over? Why did the ancient Sumerians call their major gods USHUMGAL, which means literally great fiery, flying serpent? What were the boats of heaven in ancient Egypt and the sky chariots of the Bible? This book tells it all.
With danger lurking around any corner, Eden Wyatt, CIA covert operative, traveled solo. Hopping from one brief affair to the next, she’d be damned if she’d get a guy killed for loving her. But a chance meeting with a sexy, smart Major on New Year’s Eve rattled her resolve. Hunted by assassins, Eden had forgotten how to trust. Wary, ever on the alert, the stunning woman, ready to kill or be killed, knew what she wanted. Would she dare break her own rules for Major Tom Davis? Barreling through her defenses, Major Davis insisted on playing his own game. A man used to giving orders, not taking them, he refused to accept her terms. Would Eden put herself in the hands of those who wanted her dead, for love? Or would she kiss happiness goodbye and disappear back into her precarious life of running and hiding? WINNER! First Place in Suspense category in the 2015 Oklahoma Romance Writers of America International Digital Awards contest.