Dragonfire Station is sci-fi thriller series with technothriller and cyberpunk elements. It features adventure, plot twists, action, witty and amusing dialogue, and most of all highly developed characters who feel like real people you know. In a nutshell, it’s about kick-ass, flawed people who are doing their best overcome the challenges thrown their way.
If you can’t get enough Star Trek, Firefly, or The Expanse this series is for you.
Translucid (Dragonfire Station, Book 1)
What if you woke up knowing how to do your job, but had no idea what your name was? What if you had to rely on other people to tell you who you were?
What if you thought they were wrong?
Emé Fallon is the security chief of Dragonfire Station, and does a damn good job of it. That’s where her competence ends. Outside of work, she has a wife she doesn’t know, a captain who seems to hate Without a past, all she has is the present, and she’ll stop at nothing to ensure she has a future.
Fragments (Dragonfire Station, Book 2)
Fallon and her team need answers. But before they can storm the PAC base on Earth, they need to find supplies and deal with Fallon’s memory loss. Her strange dreams sure aren’t helping matters. If they’re memories that her brain is trying to reconstruct, her brain is just going to have to work harder at making some sense.
Either way, once they arrive at Earth, all bets are off. As soon as they steal the information they need, it will be kill or be killed.
Elite intelligence operations don’t issue polite warnings.
Coalescence (Dragonfire Station, Book 3)
Fallon’s back, and ready to settle things with Blackout once and for all. If she and her team can’t take control, the PAC will splinter and massive intergalactic war will decimate the populace.
Can one little rebellion save an empire? Avian Unit—and their friends—are sure as hell going to try.
The Cost of Business ( A Dragonfire Station Short Story)
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Cabot Layne has unintentionally become the owner of someone else’s problem. In order to get free of it, he’ll need to use every bit of his trader cunning. If he does it just right, he might stay out of prison. With a little luck, he’ll even manage to turn a profit.