The Universe is on the brink of disaster, and the fate of the galaxy rests on Queenie and her Rejects.
The galaxy is burning, and the Queen of Demons is ready to play with fire.
Find the Keeper. Restore the Covenant. Save the Universe. It’s all in a day’s work for Hell’s Rejects. Long live the Queen!
Queenie is pissed.
You would be too if you had been blamed for something you didn’t do, given something you didn’t want, and changed into something else.
She still isn’t even quite sure what that else is. The one thing she does know?
Things are getting messy, and this is only the beginning.
Gant is gone, Captain Mann has been captured, her so-called team is ready to make a run for the stars, and she’s pretty sure the Gift that saved her life is no gift at all.
Even worse? The enemy doesn’t just control the two most powerful starships in the galaxy; they’re building a whole damn fleet of the things.
The Rejects are back, the mission is on, and failure is not an option.
Long live the Queen!
I'm proud to introduce the first book of my first new series in a year. Hell's Rejects is the start of a story that I didn't even know I wanted to tell until after I finished War Eternal. In fact, I had been all set to go on a different tangent when I was in the shower and had this crazy idea. This is the first step in that new journey, one that I hope will be as much fun for you to take as it is for me to discover.
If you're a fan of misfit teams doing awesome things to save the world (think Guardians of the Galaxy, Jyn Erso and Rogue One, etc.), with a dose of my special sauce to make it uniquely mine and uniquely told, then you're going to love this.
The most powerful starships ever constructed are gone. Thousands are dead. A fleet is in ruins. The attackers are unknown. The orders are clear: Recover the ships. Bury the bastards who stole them.
Lieutenant Abigail Cage never expected to find herself in Hell. As a Highly Specialized Operational Combatant, she was one of the most respected soldiers in the military. Now she's doing hard labor on the most miserable planet in the universe.
Not for long.
The Earth Republic is looking for the most dangerous individuals it can control. The best of the worst, and Abbey happens to be one of them. The deal is simple: Bring back the starships, earn your freedom. Try to run, you die. It's a suicide mission, but she has nothing to lose.
The only problem? There's a new threat in the galaxy. One with a power unlike anything anyone has ever seen. One that's been waiting for this moment for a very, very, long time. And they want Abbey, too.
Be careful what you wish for.
They say Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned. They have no idea.