Books 1, & 3 of The Kithran Regenesis
Note: These erotic novels were originally published with Samhain Publishing through my pen name, Dani Worth. Only the cover has changed. The content is the same.
KITHRA (The Kithran Regenesis Volume 1)
Lux Moyans likes piloting missions for The Company–exploring new galaxies, searching for the next precious metal. When her second-in-command, Kol Frega, informs her they’ve been ordered to Kithra, she’s furious. A year grounded on an uninhabitable planet?
But the ship–the one Kol designed–is the only one that can withstand the planet’s gases…and Lux is one of the few pilots who can navigate the debris fields caused by the explosions that killed most of the planet’s inhabitants.
Kol and a Kithran survivor will be her only company on planet. When they pick up Egan Lothbrun, Lux knows there will be trouble. Already something is brewing with Kol and her attraction to both men would be a problem with anyone else. But Lux doesn’t do exclusives. Or so she thought. And when she learns Kol and Egan share a painful past, she realizes getting Kithra livable won’t be her only challenge.
Keeping her heart intact might be harder.
REPLICANT (The Kithran Regenesis, Volume 2)
Jarana Gothbrun is the best Tracker in the galaxies, famous for tagging Replicants—the elusive shape-shifting aliens who can take on humanoid forms once they have someone’s DNA. For Jarana, it’s personal. A Replicant kidnapped her right before massive explosions destroyed her world. Grief made her hard and a thirst for revenge has fueled her every move since.
Her current job? Bag two Replicant escapees from a high-security prison planet. Unfortunately, one of them is in deep hiding on Kithra. That means returning to her destroyed planet and facing the loss of everyone she loved.
When Jarana uses an untested device to force the well-loved Maska’s shift to his native form, it puts him in grave danger. It also pisses off everyone in the small, growing community working to rebuild Kithra. Her plan for a quick exit is ruined and not only does she have to deal with angry former friends, she also has to fight her attraction to both Maska and Erik, a man with his own issues because he had no idea his fiancé is actually a man.
CATALYST (The Kithran Regenesis, Volume 3)
Vala Gorun’s family was off planet when Kithra exploded. Although she’s back home helping with the rebuild, something she saw all those years ago still haunts her. So she hires a Tracker to find the human man she once loved—the one who betrayed her in the worst possible way.
Jackson Canfield can’t afford to be found. Not now, when his revenge is almost complete. Unfortunately, instead of the Tracker on his trail, his hired guns grab Vala and a young Gwinarian man instead.
Trapped on a pirate vessel with Bastian, a ridiculously attractive but younger man, Vala has more than enough to occupy her. When the pirates leave them as unwilling guests of the very man she’d driven crazy with her teen crush all those years ago, Vala learns Jackson is not who she thought he was.
And now the three must work together to reveal the truth behind Kithra’s destruction—if they can control the explosive passion that erupts between them.
I’m having a hard time putting this series down. It’s rare to find a satisfactory story line in a novella but (Rinda Elliott) Dani Worth has me singing her praises. The world building alone on this Kithran planet deserves it’s own kudos.Red Hot Books
Devouring this series! Enjoying it so so much. This book is the first in the series and is a novella. I think the story would have fit novel length beautifully, but we can’t have EVERYTHING.Jeffe Kennedy-Author
A short but good one, the first in Dani Worth’s Kithra Regenesis series is a scifi, m/m/f with all the right things to make it a fun read. This is my first by this author and the other stories in the series have already been added to my TBR list. The world building is one of my favorite things, good imagery, and I can’t leave out the dialogue, clever.Red Hot Books
This is a very interesting series. The variety of humanoid life not to mention the mystery behind why the planet (Kithra) experienced it’s sudden traumatic event. All of the characters are dealing with a painful past life event that colors all that they do. As part of entering into their HEA that past has to be dealt with. I also enjoy the description of the planet and what it used to provide. I am looking forward to more in this series.The Bookpushers