Wanted and Wired by Vivien Jackson is the 1st novel in the Wanted and Wired series of f/m science fiction paranormal romance with action elements, free for a limited time courtesy of publisher Sourcebooks’ Casablanca imprint.
This is part of Sourcebooks’ regular giveaway which highlights one of their newer authors at the beginning of each month, and is being made free to promote the recently released 2nd novel and the upcoming 3rd novel, expected this summer. The series is set in a future Texas which has seceded from a world on the brink of collapse.
This story stars a technologically enhanced rogue scientist leading a team to salvage what remains of humanity’s treasures, and the feisty rebel gun for hire who works with him, as they are thrown together on the run after a mission gone wrong places them on the wanted list.
Offered through February 2nd (probably), available worldwide at multiple retailers.
Free for a limited time @ B&N, Amazon, Kobo, iTunes (available worldwide, though some retailers may only make it free in certain countries and you might have to change around the country codes in the URL to check for your region). May also be free @ Google Play or eBooks.com in selected countries.
A rip-roarin’ new snarky, sexy sci-fi paranormal romance series with the perfect balance of humor, heat, and heart. Now that Texas has seceded and the world is spiraling into chaos, good guys come in unlikely packages and love sprouts in the most inconvenient places…
Heron Farad should be dead. But technology has made him the man he is today. Now he heads a crew of uniquely skilled outsiders who fight to salvage what’s left of humanity: art, artifacts, books, ideas-sometimes even people. People like Mari Vallejo.
Mari has been lusting after her mysterious handler for months. But when a by-the-book hit goes horribly sideways, she and Heron land on the universal most wanted list. Someone set them up. Desperate and on the run, they must trust each other to survive, while hiding devastating secrets. As their explosive chemistry heats up, it’s the perfect storm…