Shielding Avon

Despite Captain Jeremy Hanson's dislike for Cadet Avon Zadoorian, he has vowed to protect her. They've discovered she is the heir to the Zarcon throne and is being hunted by assorted assassins and mercenaries. Avon's Emperor Grandfather is dead and her uncle needs to present Avon's head on a pike in order to assume the crown. Can Jeremy shield Avon from the headhunters until they escape Earth? More

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About Rebekah Shelton

Rebekah is an empty-nester, living in the Southeast with her husband, Jeff. Taught to read at a young age, she cannot remember a day since, without a book in her hand.
After dreaming night after night of a tall, slender, blonde girl walking down a dirt road in Africa and the dream stopping at the same place, Rebekah started writing down the dream. Six months later, Emerald Eyes and the Legend of the Snow Wolves series had begun.
The second series, The Red Wolf Chronicles, is about a rogue wolf who makes a living hunting down and capturing the most heinous of criminals. His biggest competition is a female bounty hunter who ends up being a...oops, that's the best part.
Her third series is The Battle for Zarcon Saga [Science Fiction, Futuristic, Military, Alien Planets, etc.]. While not a romance, the two major characters are a male and a female. He is an up and coming Captain from the slums, and she is the spoiled rotten Cadet who are thrown together by her father, a high ranking General. The only love between the two is that they love to hate each other.
After finishing Battling Avon, Rebekah's husband Jeffery knew the story could not end there. He knew Jax had to return to earth as a deserter and rebel. Together they wrote the outline for Operation De-Ice during his forty-mile drive to work and subsequently co-authored the book.

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