Antibody: Love and War, Book 3


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Vithii military cyborgs never go rogue.
At least, that’s the official line.

How could they, when their emotion centers have been ripped out and replaced with tech?

No, cyborgs are only good at three things—following orders, destroying whatever target you point them at, and walking calmly into the vaporization chamber when it’s time for them to be decommissioned.

PX-12—better known to his friends as Pax—adequately performed two of those functions during his stint in the Ilarian military. D-8, his unit-sibling, performed all three exceptionally well. For that reason, when D-8’s unique distress beacon activates some seven years after Pax saw him destroyed, it would doubtless be quite surprising if Pax were still capable of being surprised.

Someone in the Regime is recycling the minds of decommissioned cyborgs, turning them into weapons even more horrific than they were before. To stop it, Pax will need the help of telepathic Vitharan ambassador—and part time spy—Nahleene Veila’ana, a woman whose motivations are as opaque as her past.

Since his escape from his military masters, Pax has operated using a strict self-imposed code based on logic. He never expected to experience emotion again—not even somebody else’s emotions.

Can a fragile mental connection forged in crisis overcome the damage done by a ruthless military research team? To find out, Pax and Veila’ana will first have to prevent an atrocity born from the sins of the past.

Preferably, before it destroys the future.

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From USA Today bestselling author R. A. Steffan comes a sizzling sci-fi romance series, perfect for fans of J. R. Ward and Sherrilyn Kenyon.

Strap in tight, because all’s fair in LOVE AND WAR.



“I have found myself totally taken in by the world and characters the author has created. I am eagerly awaiting the next two books in the series. I’m not one to give five stars, but this series is very engaging for me. I would highly recommend if you like romances that are not sappy, but do have a HEA.”

“I’ve binge read the series so far and this third installation did not let me down either, so really looking forward to part 4: Anthelion, which I suspect will be about Ash and Draven and gaining outside political support for the cause. I have rather high hopes on the themes on that one! Delicious. Character building is strong throughout the series of course concentrating most in the romantic pair of each current book, but much more indepth than usual for the supporting crew right from the start. It’s more like the Shadow Wing as a group is an actual factor rather than just the usual back ground in romantic adventures. I really like it!”

“I loved this series and would have a difficult time choosing a favorite. I’m excited for the next release. I’ve read one other of her series and look forward to reading all of her books. Excellent author, exciting and thorough imagination! I mean really, how do you think this stuff up!”

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August 21, 2018


OtherLove Publishing, LLC

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USA Today bestselling author R. A. Steffan lives in a very boring (but pretty) part of flyover country in the Midwestern US. When she’s not busy writing stories about people loving each other in all sorts of different and interesting ways, she can be found taking care of her small menagerie of critters.

A rebel to the core, she is currently sticking it to the man by illegally harboring ducks within the city limits, where only chickens are allowed. This fearless disregard for societal norms extends to her writing, as well. There, you will find polyamory along with straight, gay, bisexual, and non-gender conforming love of all flavors. You will also find families of choice, profound friendships, adventure, danger, and good triumphing over evil.

That, and sex. Lots of sex. Most of which is not the vanilla variety.