Day Hunt on the Final Oblivion

The command staff offices on the Final Oblivion were the most butt ugly places Esme had ever been. Made for easy eavesdropping on the change in command staff, though the new commander didn't look like much of an improvement. Didn't matter. Esme would keep her head down. Then both commanders disappeared. Worse, Esme might be the only one who could save everyone. If she survived the day. More

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About Meyari McFarland

Meyari McFarland has been telling stories since she was a small child. Her stories range from adventures appropriate to children to erotica but they always feature strong characters who do what they think is right no matter what gets in their way.

Meyari has been married for twenty years and has no children or pets. She lives in the Puget Sound, WA and enjoys the fog, rain and cool weather that are typical here. When vacation times come, she and her husband usually go somewhere warm like Hawaii or they go on their own adventures to Japan and other far away countries.

Her life has included jobs ranging from cleaning motel rooms, food service, receptionist, building and editing digital maps, auditing and document control.

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About the Series: Esme Mullane Adventures
Esme Mullane: auditor, clerk, nobody at all.

Really.

That she used to be someone, used to be dangerous, famous for her ruthlessness, is irrelevant. That life is over. Her life now is quiet, calm as can be on a space station filled with alien races and a boss who was an asshole extraordinaire.

Now if only the rest of the universe would get with the program...

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