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New Release | MicroP: The Cyborg Chronicles 5 by Pauline Baird Jones #spaceopera #scifi #romance

Title MicroP: The Cyborg Chronicles 5

Author Pauline Baird Jones

Genre space opera/romantic scifi/action adventure/romantic suspense

Book Blurb

How far will he go to save the woman he loves?

Mic, a cyborg with exceptional abilities, has spent far too long planet-side. Restless, he escapes into space aboard his newfound ship… and stumbles upon a dangerous threat that will change his life forever.

Remi has followed in her grandmother’s footsteps. A brilliant and determined explorer, she has always dreamed of learning if there is life beyond her solar system. Her work as a crew member on a space station finally gives her the chance to explore the unknown… and search for answers about her grandmother's lost spaceship.

Mic’s appearance shakes Remi’s world. Not only is an alien cyborg flying her grandmother's ship, he also delivers devastating news. Remi knows if she is to discover the truth, she must learn to trust Mic and join forces with him to stop the threat to her world and outsmart an enemy who will stop at nothing to destroy her people.

Navigating the dangerous landscape of space, Mic and Remi’s feelings for each other grow even as the danger around them threatens to destroy their dreams. Will their love be strong enough to survive the challenges that lie ahead, or will they fall victim to the enemy's wrath?

Dive into this latest installment in the thrilling Cyborg Chronicles!


The cold of space.

Remi Gelan repressed a shiver despite the regulated temperature of her EVA suit. She was checking the spines of the array, making sure nothing had been damaged during their transit from Calor.

Even with a secure lifeline, it was an eerie experience being outside and alone on the very top of the space station, Lunista.

Remi had assisted in the design and construction, though her area of special interest was the scanning and communications array she was in the process of deploying now that they’d reached their high orbit around the planet of Seladon.

They planned to use its low gravity to assist in maintaining a stable orbit.

The Lunista was funnel cloud shaped, fat at the top where the command deck, essential systems and defenses were located, narrowing down to living quarters and the station’s power source.

Its stealth surface made it almost a blackhole in space. Even the reflected light from Seladon reflected off its dark surface.

On the underside there were lines of red lights so that eventually ships would be able to dock with the Lunista, but Remi couldn’t see the lights from where she was tethered.

She reached the final edge of the array and looked back where it spread against the top of the station, its conductive spikes of varying lengths pointed upward.

Remi didn’t mean to look up at the cosmic cloud of gas and dust. It was the reason they were here, but it was disconcerting to see up close like this—well, closer than when she’d been back on Calor.

The cloud of dust, gases, and possibly debris, ringed their system, cutting them off from the wider universe. From her vantage point, it was dense orange at its “center,” the mix of dark and light spreading in a fading wash that didn’t seem to have an end.

Maybe it didn’t. They didn’t know. It was as if someone had splashed paint across the dark sky, though in places stars shone through, a reminder that there had to be something on the other side.

Remi wanted to see the other side. She wanted to unlock the secrets of the cloud so that she could travel through it and out. She wanted to know what was out there.

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Author Biography

USA Today Bestselling Author, Pauline never liked reality, so she writes books. She likes to wander among the genres, rampaging like Godzilla, because she does love peril mixed in her romance.

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May 18, 2023

Thank you, Pauline, for sharing your new release with us!

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