Stevie Woods:author of gay romantic fiction

September 25, 2011

New release! An Enigma (Other Worlds #4)

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Today Amber Quill Press are publishing the fourth book in the Other Worlds Series, An Enig ma – The sequel to Amber Allure’s Best Seller Best Policy


On Alkya, a planet a long way from Earth, the Division of Investigation—Other Worlds—has set up a base where hundreds of personnel live and work. Among them are two men, Major Rafe Wheaton and Lieutenant Adam Deacon, a linguist, who are part of one of the survey teams.

On a mission with the rest of their team surveying a deserted city, Adam and Rafe, now a committed couple, investigate one of the many buildings, which, due to its contents, Rafe has dubbed the “library.” Adam unknowingly operates some kind of machinery, and in a flash of light, the floor opens beneath his feet. In a desperate attempt to save his lover, Rafe gets caught in the same trap.

While their team-mates search for them, Rafe and Adam find themselves trapped in adjoining cells, unable to touch or see each other properly, but grateful that at least they can communicate with each other. Though it doesn’t help them to understand what is happening as the walls change shape around them. Adam’s cell gets gradually smaller while Rafe is offered what seems to be a way of escape—but is that just one more trick of the strange trap in which they find themselves?

Will they be able to free themselves, or will they die together—but desperately alone?

Go here to read an excerpt

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