"A Six Part Futuristic Joy Ride"
Introduces us to a Cyborg Bounty Hunter named Lisa
Huntress. She is feared and famed for her cruelty. Her
latest mission is to pick a Live bounty by the name of
Romeo, a projective telepath. But Romeo has bitten off
more than he can chew when he messes with Lisa's dreams.
Genesis of the Huntress:
Brock Masterson rescued Lisa when she was 12 from the
Pirates who had eliminated Lisa's home planet, and took her
hostage and tortured her for a year. Can Brock pull her out
of her depression and offer her a new way of life?
Beauty and Beholders:
After a meeting with the infamous "Pink Barron", who works
for the FIA, she is offered a well paying job. If she can
prove herself, then she will be put on the FIA's list for
bounty hunters. Only the best get to be put on that list.
Lisa wastes no time in accepting, but a simple assignment
turns out to be a little more than she thought.
Love and Hate:
While in a library Lisa meets Sara. Sara is not afraid of
the way she looks or afraid to talk to her. What started
out as a friendly conversation turns into something Lisa
did not expect. As their relationship goes to new levels,
there are things that Sara is not telling Lisa.
While on board her ship, Lisa Huntress gets a transmission
from the Queen of Furcodia. They require her services as an
exterminator. The experience offers a interaction with a
race Lisa has never come across before. What is supposed to
be a simple extermination turns into something more.
Taking some advice, Lisa Huntress decides to go for some
therapy. What her therapist, Keven see's when Lisa first
walks through the door is a shy girl, with unvoiced hope.
He knows he can help her. What Lisa finds is someone who
understands her, and she finally feels she has found love,
but would that require her to give up hunting?
Wow! Lone Huntress tells the story of Lisa Huntress,
a cyborg, and all of the trials she goes through in her
life. From her first experience after being rescued, and
her first love, her first f/f. A.P. Miller does a wonderful
job of making us feel as if we are there with Lisa. With
vivid detail describing her suroundings, as well as her
emotions. You really feel Lisa's fear, anger and pain. The
love scenes are smoking hot and very detailed. Over all an
engaging read with a well thought out plot, and a memorable
character in Lisa. A.P. Miller does it again!!!!
Reviewed by Missy Brown
Posted November 8, 2009