Contact by Susan Grant

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Airline pilot Jordan Cady’s life might not have turned out exactly as planned, but since the death of her husband she’s managed to provide a safe, stable home for her six-year-old daughter. Romance? Not on the radar. Then her jumbo jet is snatched from the night sky, taken light-years away from Earth. Rescued, claims the alien military officer acting as an envoy. Not abducted. Even as Jordan begins to trust him, she struggles to buy his story…and with a mutual attraction that’s decidedly inconvenient if not downright dangerous. She won't give up on returning home—and to her daughter.

Space Force Lieutenant Kào Vantaar-Moray expected gratitude and not defiance from the Earth-woman airship commander. No matter how hard he’s tried to convince her that his crew saved her and hundreds of her passengers from certain death, he can't erase her fear that in the eyes of Earth her aircraft has vanished without a trace. His loyalty is increasingly torn. He owes his commander respect, and his very life, but a new life beckons with Jordan—if he can manage to keep them alive before a deadly enemy sells them as slaves to an alien nation.

About Susan Grant

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RITA winner and NYT best-seller Susan Grant loves writing about what she knows: flying, adventure and the often unpredictable interaction between the sexes! A former USAF jet pilot, Susan flies 747s to China, Australia, Europe, and many other exotic destinations where she finds plenty of material for her novels. Her innovative, award-winning series for HQN blends science fiction and comedy with hot romance! Visit Susan at
Published May 10, 2013 by DORCHESTER PUBLISHIN. 384 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction, Science Fiction & Fantasy, War. Fiction

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Suite 101

During a heated moment, a man slaps a three year old boy who is not his son, nor a relation of his.

Jul 29 2010 | Read Full Review of Contact

Meld Magazine

is now playing on centre court till April 22 at the Arts Centre Melbourne, Fairfax Studio, 100 St Kilda Rd, Melbourne.

Apr 12 2012 | Read Full Review of Contact

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