~Look no further for rich worlds filled with engaging plots, action, adventure, and sweeping romance~ 
LGBTIAQ Author: Lexi Ander 

^ Sci-Fi ^ Fantasy ^ Paranormal ^
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Title: Keep the Stars Running
Series: 
Publisher: Less Than Three Press
Date of Release: May, 13 2015
Cover Artist: Aisha Akeju
Length: 130,000
Genre: Anthology / Gay / Sci-Fi
Advisory: some explicit content. The story Flight Risk includes references to non-consensual sex in a character's past. The story Survival includes scenes of dubious consent.
Heat Level: various
ISBN: 9781620045305
Formats: eBook / Paperback

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Space is not always filled with adventures and glory. Not everybody goes racing off to battle evil and save the galaxy. Between the rebels, pirates, royals, and spies are the everyday people who work hard just to get by and ensure everyone gets home safe. Less Than Three Press presents a collection of tales about the ordinary folks who keep the stars running.

» The Prince and the Programmer by Cassandra Pierce
» The Aurora Conspiracy by Lexi Ander
» About a Bot by Andrea Speed
» Flight Risk by Talya Andor
» Survival by Leona Carver

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Reviews:

Prism Book Alliance – Teresa (4/5 overall; 4.5 for The Aurora Conspiracy): "I liked the amount of world building that was done in so short a time. I had a good feel for the place. I also liked the intrigue and mystery that was going on. I liked Danny the robot and the other secondary characters and got a good feel for our MC’s. Our MC’s had good chemistry and the romance was well balanced with the sci-fi aspects. I would love to see more of this couple."

The Novel Approach – Jennifer (/5): "Regin and Makari made me swoon, and Danny made me laugh. All of which make a great combination. The book is packed with action right until the end, and I really hoped for a good outcome for the boys since they had been torn apart years before."

Strange Charm: "I knew when I saw the premise of this collection that I was going to love it. "