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Non-stop adventure. Mind-bending powers. Sultry princesses. Badass heroes with attitude to spare.

Immerse yourself in this collection of the first three full-length novels of the Planet Origins series.

This box set includes:

Planet Origins

Princess Ilara’s alive. Tanus can feel it in his gut. And he’ll stop at nothing to get her back.

Even if every nefarious character on O is out to stop him and he has no idea what planet she’s on. Even if the only way to find out is through a mind merge with the king.

Tanus can’t hold onto his secrets in a mind merge, and the king’s killed men for less than what he’s done. Tanus is forbidden from loving Ilara. He’s especially not allowed to love her hot and heavily into the night.

But Tanus doesn’t follow rules. He breaks them. Besides, fellow soldier Dolpheus has his back. Together they’ll take on the tyrants of O, return stability to the monarchy, figure out what planet Ilara’s on and how the hell to bring her home, and somehow survive the process. What could possibly go wrong?

Planet Origins is the start of an edgy, offbeat series in which gut instinct is more valuable than technology, friendship is stronger than blood, and love is best avoided–until it isn’t.

Original Elements

The most cunning and powerful men on O are out to get Tanus. So he does what he does best. He fights back.

Tanus and fellow soldier Dolpheus are no closer to discovering what planet Princess Ilara is on or how to get her back. Even though they’ve broken every rule. Even though they’ve merged with the minds and bodies of kings and courtiers and nearly lost their heads.

The King’s dying. Restoring Ilara to the throne is all that can protect the people of Origins from the tyrants waiting to rule. But the only way to find Ilara is straight through a nest of vipers and a labyrinth of memories a thousand years old.

Tanus needs Ilara—the woman, not the princess—now more than ever before. Rescuing her seems an impossible feat. It’s a good thing Tanus and Dolpheus believe nothing’s impossible. There’s no one better to prove it than them.

Holographic Princess

Ilara needs to prove she’s the princess of Origins. Most of all, she needs to prove it to herself.

Ilara’s used to following her instincts. They’ve just never before led her through a portal in a lightning storm. To another planet. Straight into the arms of a stranger.

This stranger thinks he knows her—in every possible way across every part of her body. She swears she’s never seen him before, but her body responds as if she knows him too.

Her father’s supposed to be an auto plant manager, not a king of a planet. She’s a storm chaser, not a warrior princess in skimpy clothing. There shouldn’t be two suns and a purple moon.

But there are, and Tanus is too familiar. Besides, where would she go without Tanus when she doesn’t know the way back to Earth? And there’s the little problem of people out to kill her and take over the rule of O. Princess or not, they’re coming for her–but only if she doesn’t get to them first.

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