A hapless hiker. A rogue cougar. An outcome no one expected.
Wyatt took a dead-end job in his hometown for two reasons: hiking, and being close to his family. When trekking over the trails he loves, he comes face to face with a cougar he cannot avoid.
As the pre-eminent hunter for the Shifter Nations of North America, Gabrielle isn’t surprised when the Shifter Council calls her. A rogue cougar has been killing hikers. The job: put the beast down, and do it fast. She has never failed a hunt.
The trail leads her to the site of a fierce, bloody battle. She finds a wounded hiker, a dead cougar, and one inescapable conclusion.
There’s a new cat in town.
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Great first book to a new series, keep on writing I can’t get enough!
That’s the good stuff. you got a patreaon i can be an early reader of Roc?
Thanks for taking the time to leave a comment. You’re not the first person to ask if I have a Patreon account, and the short answer is no. While I tend toward very clean drafts, it’s not outside the realm of possibility that what is Chapter 1 on…say…February 2nd will end up being Chapter 12 when the story is published. This particular example hasn’t happened (yet), but I’ve never been one for Alpha or Beta versions of games, either.
I personally like finished and polished products, and it’s a matter of professional ethics to me that I won’t ask people to pay for what to me is substandard product.
Trust me; I completely understand the urge to read a story as it’s written ahead of everyone else (except your fellow Patreon subscribers). I’m waiting on writers I follow to release the next book in their series as I type this.
But no matter how I turn the idea around in my head, I can’t bring myself to offer in-progress chapters for a subscription fee, even a tiny one.
john parsons –
Hi Rob, I have been reading ‘science fiction’ for 60+ years. Your Primogenitor series easily makes my top 10 list. The first two books are some of the best that I have read in years and I am looking forward to the third. I really hope that you do not stop there. I would very much like to read more about these characters in future books!
Thanks for your kind words! I haven’t decided yet where/when the Primogenitor Saga will end, as such. I have a nebulous idea that it will have somewhere between five and ten books, but I’m afraid that’s the best I have right now.
So, you have no reason to worry yet. 😁
And thanks for reading!