THE DAEMON OF SYNAR
A Space Comedy With Aliens
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LENGTH: 64,000 words, 218 pages
Looking for some humorous science fiction? Space is the final frontier, but it’s never been this sexy or fun.
Being the captain of the Liberator for many years, Liam Synar is familiar with fixing mistakes. But he’s not sure how to fix the worst one he’s made concerning his official mate. Merging Ania with Malachi, the Synar family’s daemon, had been a desperate act to save her life after she’d all but died saving his. Since Ania being dead is not an option in Liam’s reality, how could saving her ever be wrong?
Now, not telling her what he did? Okay, that definitely isn’t the smartest decision he’s ever made. He honestly thought leaving her and the Daemon of Synar behind on her planet had been for the greater good of all. Or so he’s been telling himself over and over for the last two years they’ve been separated.
Things have changed though. His time of keeping Ania unaware of her symbiotic host has run out. Coveting Malachi’s enormous power, Conor Synar, Liam’s exiled brother, now hunts his ship. His brother wants to control the powerful and destructive alien force hiding inside Liam’s mate and he won’t stop until he’s become Malachi’s master.
Liam understands now that the only way he can truly protect Ania from Conor’s evil is to keep her by his side. That leaves Liam no choice except to tell his mate what he’s done, even if it means facing the wrath of the only female he’s ever loved.
Everything Liam did was to save her. How impossible is it to hope Ania might one day forgive him?
The Daemon of Synar is a dark, thrill ride through space that starts the series with a bang. ~ Jesse Coffey, National Indie Examiner.com
Intense with detailed world building, The Daemon of Synar is a compelling read packed into a novella-sized piece laced with enough emotional angst that I sometimes forgot this was a sci-fi story. ~ Leanna, Two Lips Reviews, Recommended Read
I don’t normally read this genre because I am not really into futuristic stories set in space or stories that are about demon possession, but this one caught my attention and I thought I would give it a try. I am glad that I did because it was a good read. I can’t wait to read the sequel ~ Isis, Sizzling Hot Books
Note From Author About Series and Books 1 & 2:
If you love watching Science Fiction TV shows such as Firefly and Star Trek, then you’re already a fan of this sort of story (often called a space opera). Think of a Space Opera as a Soap Opera set in space. There are SciFi elements, but the stories are more about the relationships among the spaceship crew.
Space Operas usually contain a wide range of adventure story elements, but also tend to include ongoing romances between characters. Just like in the TV shows, the characters in my Forced To Serve series reappear from book to book because they are crew members of the same spaceship.
This series is best read in order for maximum understanding and enjoyment. Most books are standalone. The one exception to this is that Book 1 (64,000 words) and Book 2 (110,000 words) together are the full story of Liam and Ania’s struggle. Reading both books is recommended to get a full feel for this series and the primary relationship of the couple who run the ship.
If you like the alien-human interactions in Star Trek, Firefly, and Guardians of the Galaxy, you’ll certainly enjoy the humor in the Forced To Serve series.