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Priest and Pariahs

Priest and Pariahs

by J. Alan Veerkamp

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Overview

Costa McQuillen has escaped from Earth, where being para-human--a Pariah--with tech empathic abilities is illegal, and marks him for extermination. Arrogant and standoffish, Costa is unable to trust anyone but is willing to risk everyone's safety in his desperate effort to reach the planet Omoikane. His best solution, gaining passage on board the Santa Claus.

Arbor Kittering is the crew's newest coding tech. Having spent a short time in prison for data hacking and falsifying government files, the Santa Claus is his last chance at a new start--if he can decipher the strange malfunctions plaguing the ship.

Eugene "Priest" Jones, the Santa Claus's Head Pilot, is a bit of a scoundrel. Perpetually single, Priest is attracted to Costa and Arbor. In truth, he'd like to have both, but it's clear even his grifting and gambling skills can't make that happen.

Now as they all travel together, it appears Priest needs to make a choice before it's too late as each of their lives intertwine with potentially dangerous and deadly consequences.


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BN ID: 2940161739839
Publisher: NineStar Press
Publication date: 09/24/2018
Series: Centauri Survivors Second Chance Chronicles , #3
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

While spending years more focused on visual arts, J. Alan Veerkamp never let go of his innate passion for storytelling, wanting to write and draw comic books when he grew up. Once he discovered M/M fiction, a whole new world opened filled with possibilities. Why couldn’t you have fantastic and dynamic sexy tales with an M/M cast? He started reading the online tales of authors like, Night Tempest, Rob Colton, and Alicia Nordwell, which only fueled his need to create. Eventually he found GayAuthors.org, and with a little coercive nudge, started sharing his tales with an unexpected level of positive response. The experience and support gave him the courage to cross his fingers and aim for the world of M/M publishing.

Born and raised in Michigan, J. Alan continues to type away, wishing it was practical to use an noisy, old fashioned keyboard that clacks with each strike, if just to annoy his loving partner and spoiled miniature dachshund.

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