The Mother of Ransom

Amahle bit xyr lip as xe peered over the edge of the balcony.

Station manager'd brought in bruisers to hunt xem. Couldn't face down those guns or the people carrying them. Xe signaled everyone but it was too late.

Except maybe the bruisers were the chance they'd all been waiting for.

The Mother of Ransom is a SF short that nonbinary and queer people will love even after the adrenaline fades. 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.

About the Series: Drath
Humanity went to the stars in generation ships, the poor, downtrodden and disaffected finding new hopes and homes on other worlds far from Old Earth. As time passed, those worlds sent out generation ships of their own until they encountered the Drath, mysterious alien race that rules the galaxy.

With the Drath came faster than light Wave Drives, space faring families that traveled between worlds with ease and a return of the power of Old Earth stretching across it's far-flung progeny.

Danger lives under the watchful eye of the Drath. So does power and money. But love has a power beyond any other and it brings together the strangest bedfellows intent on surviving, thriving and, most importantly, finding love.

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