Ice Planet: Perma
Ex-space marine Savan Bardan survived the Galactic Wars to become the most ruthless trade negotiator in the galaxy. His planet needs energy to survive, and he’ll do anything to close the deal for the Perman fusion crystals that can provide it—even if it means seducing his beautiful, infuriating opponent, a rival icier than her planet.
Perma’s top negotiator, Brinn Fjord, lost her father when Savan delayed her planet’s Trade Guild membership years ago. She hates the handsome Rendarian and the planet he represents. She’s determined to finish the deal and get rid of him as quickly as possible, so she can celebrate the holidays.
But soon the rival negotiators are in a fight for their lives. Besieged by mysterious accidents and unforgiving weather, Brinn and Savan have no one to depend on but each other. As they put the past aside, they uncover a desire hot enough to melt ice, and Brinn discovers a secret that may keep them apart.
Praise from Readers
“Anna Hackett has a way with words. The story flows with ease and I loved her style. She is definitely on my to read list for future works.”
“Time flies when you’re lost in another world with some very vivid characters.”
“This is the author’s first sci if and, boy, it does not disappoint.”
Do androids dream of electric sugar plums?
A detective who refuses to modify her body teams up with her cyborg rival to track down a burglar who is putting toys into homes. A solitary ice miner finds love and friendship while stranded on the surface of Galileo. And two hardheaded negotiators put their differences aside to evade an assassin and save their planets. Enjoy these visions of Christmases yet to come with three science-fiction novellas from Carina Press.
Edited by Angela James, this anthology includes:
- How the Glitch Saved Christmas, by Stacy Gail
- Galileo’s Holiday, by Sasha Summers
- Winter Fusion, by Anna Hackett
Praise from Readers
“If you are a Science Fiction Romance reader A Galactic Holiday is a must read.”
“I really enjoyed this collection of novellas and I would recommend it to any fans of romantic sci-fi in the mood for the holidays.”
“A Galactic Holiday is a wonderful read for the holiday season. Part romance, part sci-fi, and part just plain fun.”