Today we are serving as a stop on The First Servant Virtual Expedition Blog Tour.
The First Servant
In the sixty-fifth century, coal and steam have a chokehold on the future, holding a mirror to a past lost in history. When archaeologist Amber Deland finds evidence of a society far in advance of current technology, myth and reality butt heads with corporate control and a society entrenched in unfair and inefficient gender roles.
Hoping to keep the funding to continue her research Amber barters her marriage eligibility only to find that a newsman, Baden Cartwright, who shares her vision, might just share something more. With risks aplenty, can Baden and Amber face what might happen if they succumb to their passions?
Ancient scripts hint at a parallel love story but can the modern version survive the kind of opposition that power and influence bring to bear against the cultural shocks waiting to be revealed?
What was lost has been found, but no one knows what will happen when the past becomes the future.
Chapter 1 is now available on the author’s website.
The book is available at: Smashwords | Amazon | B&N
About the author:
Raised in New Orleans, Louisiana, Mike completed careers in the United States Navy Submarine Force and the Transportation Security Administration. He lives in Orlando Florida with wife and Editor in Chief Cynthia, daughter Jennifer, six year old granddaughter Larrna and partner in crime Thumper, a Yorkshire terrier, the inspiration for Drake Martin from The Shifter Tales series.
Mike’s extensive travels in the Navy took him throughout the US, Canada, Europe, the Caribbean, and the Middle East, providing accurate and vivid settings for his stories.
His novels include The Progeny of Evolution series:
The titles in order are. “The Other Kind’, ‘The Corporation.’, ‘The Children’, ‘The Tenth Legion’, ‘Lagrange Point’ ‘The Daughter’ and ‘Family and Love in the Time of Decline. All are released from Muse It Up Publishing.All are adult paranormal romances.
The first five titles are erotic/ over eighteen only, however, ‘The Daughter’ and ‘Family and Love’ are PG13.
Additionally, he co-wrote The Shifter Tales, “Top Dog” and the sequel “Love and Death in the Big Easy” with his wife Cynthia. Both follow the spicy adventures of a special shape shifter.
Read blurbs and excerpts at his web site: http://www.mikearsuaga.weebly.com
3 thoughts on “Author Feature: Mike Arsuaga”
Very fun premise! Looks intriguing!
Thanks Pauline. TFS was fun to write.
Great story! Good luck, Mike.
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