The SPACE series follows the women and men of NASA as they balance falling in love and exploring the cosmos.
The women are smart, the men are hot and hilarity always ensues as these characters prepare for lift off into love.
Houston, Prepare for Countdown...
Space Age: Houston, Prepare for Launch
NASA Flight Surgeon Dr. Rebecca Sato has earned her dream job.
Responsible for the health and welfare of astronauts who fly through space in the International Space Station, her feet are firmly planted on the ground.
Now she’s ready to explore the next frontier…having a family.
But at thirty-six, the men on her radar are either intimidated by her intellect or not interested in having kids. So she devotes her spare time and energy to the local animal shelter.
At twenty-eight, Houston Lieutenant Firefighter Ryan Cassidy knows he’s an old soul.
Tired of girls his age who only crave a quick hook-up with a good-looking fireman, he’s ready to settle down with a wife, kids, maybe a dog.
When a fire at Johnson Space Center threatens NASA’s medical building, Ryan rushes in, ready to take charge. But he’s blindsided by a calm, compelling doctor who’s already in command of the evacuation. While the fire is easily contained, Ryan can’t say the same for his heart.
Attraction fans the flames, but dating a younger man is not in Rebecca’s comfort zone.
Determined to synchronize their orbits, Ryan volunteers to pose for her animal shelter’s charity firefighter calendar.
Between Ryan’s abs and his love for animals, the wall around Rebecca’s heart starts to fall. Will their age difference be too much to overcome?
Or will they achieve a five-alarm lift-off?
Space Junk: Houston, We Have a Hottie
NASA engineer Dr. Jackie Darling Lee is a genius about many things...
the male species is not one of them, despite the many cowboy romances she reads.
Then a little friendly blackmail from a co-worker has Jackie walking into a Texas saloon ready to initiate Operation Social Life.
After making friends with her waitress and helping a drunk country beauty get home safely, she thinks she’s off to a good start.
Flynn West left his family’s rich ranching life behind after discovering his girlfriend’s gold digging ways.
Now he specializes in vintage muscle car restorations in his own shop in Houston. He’s taken women off his radar, until a wild-haired blonde drags his drunk little sister through his front door.
The moment he sees those thick, black-framed glasses on that slender nose, Flynn’s captivated.
Ignitions ignite, and not just from Flynn’s skills at hot-wiring cars.
But in the midst of the International Space Station being threatened and old flames reappearing, can Jackie and Flynn let go of old hang-ups long enough to reach the end of their Happily Ever After countdown?
Or will it be a failure to launch?
Space Cowgirl: Prepare for Lift Off
Astronaut Julie Starr knows nothing is earned without blood, sweat, and frizzy hair.
On her way to becoming the youngest Commandeer ever, she isn't about to let a stalker derail her goals.
Or a chivalrous, wealthy, rancher for that matter either.
Holt West doesn't mess with flirts.
And that's exactly what the smart-mouthed, out-of-this world beauty is.
He has enough on his plate trying to get back into his family's good graces, he doesn't need to be distracted by curly hair or long legs clad in leather pants.
But when Holt's brother and Jules' best friend decide to get hitched, they're thrown together as best man and maid of honor.
Jules take the opportunity to hide out from her stalker while doing her bestie a solid by planning the wedding of a life time. She's an astronaut for god's sake, how hard can planning a wedding be?
Holt goes overboard, taking on a full scale renovation at the West ranch for the wedding. Ensuring that a certain feisty, control freak, maid of honor sticks around that much longer.
Between Jules vying for a record-breaking promotion and Holt fighting a losing battle with his heart, can the two of them get it together enough to plan a wedding, stop a stalker and say yes to the ride of their lives?
Or is this mission a no-go?