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K.A. Finn

Location: Ireland

Bio

A bit of a Nomad herself, K.A. Finn has wandered around Ireland and the UK for decades before settling back in Ireland with her husband and kids (two and four legged).

Books

Ares

When they realised who he was…

…The Foundation wanted him back.

Will Terra betray the man who saved her?

For twenty years, Gryffin, a man who was given cybernetics as a child, hid. All the other children had died. Now, as the leader of the Nomad, he captains the largest pirate ship in the fleet. Everything changed when he spotted her on the rundown space station.

Terra was in trouble.

Was rescuing her a mistake?

Officer Terra Rush believed in her duty to the Foundation. The Sector needed to be prepared for colonization, and nothing could stop her from doing her job…except him. She will need to make a choice.

Follow her orders…

…or follow her heart.

The Foundation would stop at nothing to erase the last vestige of their project. The truth must never get out. They tried to transform human children into hybrid cyborgs – half human, half machine. If they had succeeded, the soldiers would be perfect killing machines.

Now they must get Gryffin – dead or alive.

You’ll love this epic first book in the Nomad Series, because when the lines between humans and technology blur, it is the beginning of a new age.

Nemesis

Star Wars meets Beauty and the Beast, but darker…
A part of her died when she lost him…
Commander Terra Rush has spent the last eight months mourning Gryffin, believing he died when his ship crashed. When he returns to her, broken and scarred from months of torture at the hands of the Foundation, it feels like a miracle. At first.

His unpredictable mechanical cyborg side, reawakened by the brutality he endured as a prisoner, threatens to destroy him. He’s lost the trust of the colonists. Has he lost part of himself as well?

Her need to protect her ravaged heart puts distance between them when they need to depend on each other the most. If the colonists are to survive, they need Gryffin to reunite the Nomad and stand with them…and he needs Terra’s help to do so. But time and tragedy have changed them both so much. Can they find their way back to each other before everything they know is destroyed?

Perses

Star Wars meets Beauty and the Beast, but darker…
A part of her died when she lost him…
Commander Terra Rush has spent the last eight months mourning Gryffin, believing he died when his ship crashed. When he returns to her, broken and scarred from months of torture at the hands of the Foundation, it feels like a miracle. At first.

His unpredictable mechanical cyborg side, reawakened by the brutality he endured as a prisoner, threatens to destroy him. He’s lost the trust of the colonists. Has he lost part of himself as well?

Her need to protect her ravaged heart puts distance between them when they need to depend on each other the most. If the colonists are to survive, they need Gryffin to reunite the Nomad and stand with them…and he needs Terra’s help to do so. But time and tragedy have changed them both so much. Can they find their way back to each other before everything they know is destroyed?

Chaos

Twenty-five years ago, two futures were changed.

Before becoming a Nomad and a Hunter, brothers Daegan and Brayden Sawyer were like everybody else on Foundation Earth. Then Daegan leaves for a school trip, a decision that would lead them to travel very different paths.

With his older sibling declared dead, Brayden’s grief causes him to spiral out of control. After being banished by his family, he becomes even more self-destructive. When he’s arrested and given a death sentence on the infamous Tyrat Prison, he realizes how far he’s fallen.

However, Daegan is alive, though he may wish otherwise after discovering he’s the latest recruit for the cyborg project. Years later, he finds salvation on the battleship, Ares. With their help, he becomes Gryffin and carves a formidable reputation for himself.

Chaos follows them as they fight their own demons and strive to find who they were always meant to be.

Mania

Twenty-five years ago, two futures were changed.
Gryffin uses his unwanted cybernetics to make the Nomad a group you fear. They travel the Outer Sector, taking what they want until they encounter an enemy. He’s forced to do something he never thought possible – protect the very people he was intent on harming. Soon, those who were once friends can no longer be trusted and Gryffin’s authority as Captain of Ares is questioned.

Brayden is in hell, accepting he’ll die on the moon keeping him prisoner, his years there leaving scars, both hidden and visible. Resigned to his fate, he’s given a chance at salvation, but there’s a catch. Destroy the cyborg project once and for all by hunting down the sole survivor.

What happens when these brothers prepare to go face to face for the first time in nearly two decades? Will their bond be stronger than those they’ve forged while apart or could the truth destroy them both?

Mania follows them as they fight their own demons and strive to find who they were always meant to be.

Broken Rock

A dark history. An uncertain future. With the press, rumours, and saboteurs against them, will these lovers ever find their melody?

Irish rockstar Tate Archer thought his ugly past was behind him. So when an anonymous tormentor sends him cryptic messages about his forgotten childhood, the haunted frontman turns to hard drugs to cope with the residual trauma. But after his release from rehab, he can’t help but wonder if the perfect prescription is the beautiful stranger he meets on the beach.

Chloe Quinn prefers things uncomplicated. So she isn’t looking for anything serious when she draws close to a handsome guy who helps fix her car. But just as she’s falling for her new seaside squeeze, she feels betrayed when she learns he’s actually a troubled famous singer.

As the messages draw him deeper into his past, Tate finds the siren call of booze and narcotics nearly impossible to resist. And with his reputation spiraling downward, Chloe fears she’ll lose him to old habits as someone seems intent on not only destroying his career, but his life too.

Will Tate and Chloe hit their harmony, or is this duet just not meant to be?

Broken Rock is the first book in the steamy Broken Chords rockstar romance series. If you like passionate affairs, healing from trauma, and stories of redemption, then you’ll adore K.A. Finn’s scandalous tale.

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Breaking Phoenix

Seven mixed-blood vampires. An ancient group of pure-bloods intent on purifying the race.

Phoenix is old. Too damn old to still be alone. But when you’re the leader of the Blackjacks, a group of mixed-blood vampire fighters, a happily ever after comes a very distant second to survival. The True Order is determined to wipe them out and she’s going to make sure that doesn’t happen. Seven Blackjacks against an unknown number of pure-blood’s – the odds aren’t in their favour.

Then he was taken and it was six…

Court was the one fighter she let in, the one she broke her own rules with, the one she shared her bed with, the one she gave her heart to. When he vanished without a trace, he took a piece of her with him. Three years later he’s back from the dead, but it’s not the reunion she dreamt of. Court doesn’t recognise her, doesn’t recognise any of the vampires he lived with, fought with, bled with. The hole in his memory has consumed their life together as if it never happened.

Phoenix must push her personal feelings aside as the enemy seems hot on Court’s heels, desperate to get to him before his memory resurfaces. The Blackjacks need her head in the game instead of mourning a relationship no one remembers… except her. This is bigger than her feelings for Court. He wasn’t the only one taken. Others have disappeared and most haven’t returned. Someone is trying to purify the race and Court is the key that could bring about the end – not just of the Blackjacks, but of all mixed-blood vampires.

Breaking Phoenix is the first book in the Blackjacks series. Book 2 will be released next year.

Cronus

Bray is trapped on Earth…

…and the man Terra loves is dying.

Can she save them both?

Their ship, Ares, the largest of the Nomad fleet, is home. With a crew of thirty, they are well suited for any mercenary jobs that came along. It isn’t a bad life, but still Terra struggles with what her father did to Gryffin. He never wanted to be a cyborg.

And that’s not the worst part.

The technology in Gryffin is failing.

As Captain of the Ares and leader of the Nomad, Gryffin saw their world in black and white. What was done to him was wrong and that’s why he has one mission. End the project that genetically engineered children and get his revenge. There’s just one problem…

The Foundation knows he is coming.

With the fleet scattered throughout the Outer Sector, Gryffin puts his plan into action, calling in favours from old friends to help. But with time and his implants working against him, will everything come together before the clock runs out?

Tough choices must be made.

You’ll love this sixth book in the Nomad Series, because this space opera with a hint of romance, keeps you turning pages all the way to the end.

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