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Jun 20, 2015

Croceus Poison—Seth & Logan Brooks by KG Stutts

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Croceus Poison
Seth and Logan Brooks
Croceus Poison
by KG Stutts

Amethyst Chronicles Book 2
SciFi Romance
Seth & Logan Brooks
by KG Stutts

A Mirrors Beginning Book 2
SciFi Romance

Croceus Poison
Croceus Poison
by KG Stutts
Amethyst Chronicles Book Two

Ember lost it all when she lost Amethyst.

Now, as she recovers physically she must come to terms with her new reality. The struggle to find herself again will push those who care the most away - even the men who love her.

In time, an opportunity to recreate her transformation presents itself. Will she risk herself to find what she had? Is it worth her team? Her heart?

Genre: Science Fiction Romance
Content/Theme(s): Space, Genetic Engineering, Futuristic, Love triangle
Release Date: May 20, 2015
Distinguished Press
Excerpt, Seth & Logan Brooks & More

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Croceus Poison Excerpt:
“All right, rules,” Lewis began. “Game is over after three hits.”

“Only three?”

“This is a trial, Wilson. I’m not trying to knock you out.”

She glared. “Fine.”

“I’m letting you off easy in your fragile state. And because I’m such a nice guy, I won’t activate my staff.”

Ember pressed her lips into a thin line. “Fragile state?”

“You know.” He grinned. “Your weakened physique.”

She slashed the end of her lighted staff against his midsection. He blocked the blow, turning to bring his weapon down on her right shoulder. She moved out of the way, bringing the tip of her stick to his lower back. Lewis groaned as the purple light sparked against his skin.

“Not bad for a weakened woman.”

“No.” Lewis gritted his teeth. “Not bad at all.”

They separated, giving each other distance. Ember dropped into a defensive stance with her left arm bent level to her chest, her feet shoulder width apart, and her right arm straight out holding the staff. They circled each other, their eyes locked. She twirled the staff before swiping at his chest. Lewis knocked her weapon away, striking her on the left shoulder before she could move.

“Gah!” Sharp pain reverberated through her arm. She winced and tried to rotate it. Her heart raced against her chest.

Lewis smiled. “Got to be more careful.”

“That’s one,” she said.

“Yep, we’re even.”

She gripped the staff with both hands, moving to strike his wrists. At the last second, she flipped it up and struck him on the side of his head. Lewis stumbled back, cursing and sputtering. She didn’t give him any time to recover before moving in. But he was ready for her tactics. The end of his weapon hit her mouth, busting her lip open, before swinging down and hitting the back of her knees. Ember fell on the mat, the air rushing out of her body as her staff fell out of her hands and rolled away. Lewis stood over her with his staff pointed at her face.

“And that’s three,” he said.

She looked up at him, breathing heavily. Her head pounded and sweat rolled down her face. She touched her lip and frowned at the red droplets of blood on her fingertips.

“So it is.”

“Are you okay?”

She nodded. He tossed the staff aside and extended his hand, moving so she could get up. He gently touched her chin and frowned.

“I didn’t mean to bust you open.”

“It’s a tiny cut.”

“Looks pretty deep to me.”

“Only because you’re used to me healing already.”

“It’s going to take a while to get used to you not being -” He stopped, sucking in a sharp breath as she raised an eyebrow and crossed her arms over her chest.

“Me not being what? Finish your sentence.”

He rubbed the back of his neck. “I can’t.”

“Finish your sentence,” she ordered.

“Not being purple,” he said, letting out a haggard breath.

She smacked his hand away and walked toward her clothes.

“Come on, Wilson. You know I’m sorry.”

She snorted as she pulled on her pants. “Of course you are. Everyone is. The doctor is sorry he didn’t catch the croceus poison before it nearly cost me my life. The nurse is sorry she aided in the blood transfusion. My father is sorry I can’t rejoin my military commission. Commander Stewart is sorry he can’t recreate the procedure. Liam is sorry he can’t understand what I’m going through.” She spun around, fire raging in her eyes. “And I’m sorry I let myself wallow in misery. But I’m not sorry anymore. Now I’m just angry!”

She stormed out of the training room, leaving her shirt on the floor and Lewis alone with his jaw hanging open. She brushed past the people in the hallway, not caring about the gawking looks she got for walking away in her bra.
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Seth and Logan Brooks
Seth & Logan Brooks
by KG Stutts
A Mirrors Beginning Book Two

Split from their family at a young age, the twins Seth and Logan Brooks went down very different paths. Seth became a pilot. Logan became a strongman for a Middle Eastern weapons and drug dealer.

Charlie Westlake is a man on a mission to bring together one of the top teams the universe has ever seen. A twist of fate will reunite the twins and bring them on an adventure beyond their wildest dreams.

Seth and Logan Brooks joins the ISC (Intergalactic Security Commission) in this short story, a prequel to KG Stutts' Mirror series.

Genre: Science Fiction Romance
Content/Theme(s): Pilot, Mercenary, Adventure, Clone, Space
Release Date: February 13, 2015
Distinguished Press

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Seth and Logan Brooks Excerpt:
The campsite was empty so they could move freely. Seth ushered Charlie into their shared tent. The twins sat on their bunks, looking expectantly at Charlie.

“Right.” Charlie nodded, pulling up a chair in front of them. His hands shook slightly before he rubbed his chin.

“Are you okay?” Seth asked.

“Forgive me. I’ve traveled a long way and have been waiting for this moment for a while now. Still, I figured this conversation would be easier to have.”

“You have five minutes,” Logan informed.

“Are you always this straight and to the point?”

“Four minutes, fifty-three seconds.”

“Okay then. What I am about to say is going to sound insane, but I want you to keep an open mind and hear me out.”

“That’s why we’re here,” Seth said.

Charlie looked over at Seth then at Logan who folded his arms over his chest. Charlie swallowed hard.

“I am the commanding officer for a secret organization, and I would like to offer you both a job.”

“We’re not interested.” Logan shook his head.

“You promised you would hear me out.”

Logan stared hard at him but didn’t respond. Charlie ran a finger under his collar before clearing his throat.

“My organization is called the Intergalactic Security Commission.”

“Intergalactic?” Seth homed in on the word. “As in outer space?”

“The ISC is a coalition of planets with several bases scattered throughout the galaxy. Earth’s home base is in Charleston, South Carolina.”

“Coalition of planets? Bases throughout the galaxy? Okay.” Seth stood up, shaking his head. “Let’s just stop right there.”

“You said you would keep an open mind.”

“Open mind is one thing. What you’re talking about is flat out crazy.”

“Let’s hear him out,” Logan spoke up.

Seth spun around. “Seriously?”

“I doubt he has traveled all this way to waste our time.”

“Are you kidding?”

“Seth, sit down.”

He opened his mouth to protest, but the look on his brother’s face made him stop. He sat down next to Logan with a sullen look on his face. Logan motioned to Charlie to continue.

“I understand how this sounds, but I’m not crazy. I founded the ISC when I was a teenager. I was the first on this world to make contact with an alien race.”

The serious tone in Charlie’s voice and the look in his eyes seemed to solidify his claims as he continued to speak. The more he talked openly about his organization, the more enthralled both men became.

Seth’s eyes grew huge. “So you got to meet aliens and fly in space ships? That’s so cool!”

Charlie grinned. “Yeah, it was. I have built a network over the years to work with hundreds of other worlds to promote harmony throughout the galaxy.”

“What does it have to do with us?” Logan asked.

“I have scouts searching for new agents for the ISC across the planet. Your exploits in the Middle East have impressed me. Seth, I’ve heard about your flying skills, and Logan, your fighting expertise is renowned. I need the best to help our planet.”

Logan squared his shoulders back. Seth copied his brother and tilted his chin up.

Charlie smiled. “I’m looking at the best.”

Logan nodded. “You are.”

“That’s why I’m here. This isn’t a job, gentlemen. This is a life.”

“You’re asking us to join your galactic agency and protect the planet.”

“Not just Earth, but other worlds as well.”
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Other titles by KG Stutts:
The Color
of Dreams
the Stars
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Be on the lookout for KG Stutts' future release(s): Love Between the Ropes coming late Summer 2015, Jackson Gray coming Fall 2015, and Past Reflections coming late 2015

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