A thousand years in the future, man in all his forms has spread out across the universe. Some races have chosen to live apart and others have attempted to live together, building diversity colonies. One of those is the Planet Rahla and its moon Acacia.
But not long after the colony began, it erupted with violence and fell into a civil (or not so civil) war between humans, vampires and werewolves. The massive bloodshed was ended with the Acacia Treaty which divided the two surviving races. Humans held Rahla and vampires were exiled to the domed moon colony of Acacia.
The treaty is resented by both sides and war may return at any moment.
Aeron is a vampire spy who spends more time on Rahla than on his new home on the Acacia moon colony. When his cover is blown, he finds himself suddenly at the mercy of his human, planet side contacts and desperate to get back to the safety of Acacia.
Helia is drawn to Aeron despite her sister’s dire warnings. When he’s captured by the human catcher guards she goes in to rescue him, offering her protection, her blood and her body.
Blake, A high ranking vampire doctor in the medical division of Acacia is shocked to find his personal blood supply contaminated. He nearly dies before his devoted slave, Dash, finds him, feeds him, and he realizes just how much Dash means to him. Dash has been at his side helping him for years, but never had he turned to him for sex or for love. But when the slave sees Blake almost die, he risks everything to save his master. Now the only question is who contaminated the blood and why?
The virgin queen has a new desire...or two.
Hate crimes against vampires pose a rising threat to the moon colony of Acacia. Subversive attempts to destroy the colony are almost certainly being directed by the human purists on Rahla. Acacian agents have been murdered, and now their blood supply has been tampered with.
Counter intelligence operations have led to the capture of two werewolf warriors, more dangerous than anything either side has ever seen before. With their worlds on the brink of war, Queen Caitlin will do anything to protect her people, even if it means bartering her body to a pair of killers. But will her submission buy their loyalty?
Status of the Acacia Series
Currently the Acacia series is in a holding pattern. I don't have any new stories in the works just now, but that isn't to say there won't be more in the future...