Dawn of the Hunters Hunters of Infinity #3 by Ryan Wieser Genre: Space Opera, SciFi Pub Date: 5/7/19
Even the Hunters of Infinity are splintered when faced with the greatest battle in the Daharian galaxy’s history . . . Jessop has proven herself to be an unstoppable force from Aranthol to Azgul, inarguably the fiercest warrior the Hunters have ever seen. And her abilities only seem to strengthen as her rage grows. With the two men she holds dear by her side—one good-souled, one with a treacherous past, and both deadly with a sword—she prepares to enter the most important fight of her life, with the most personal stakes yet . . . Armies are divided and reforged, and battle lines are drawn. Blind loyalty drives some while others are sworn to protect the galaxy at all costs. Bonds will be tested. Lives will be lost. Consequences will be devastating. “This thrilling, action-packed debut ties together strong characters with a building story line that will have readers clamoring for the next volume in this new series.” —Library Journal, STARRED REVIEW, on The Glass BladeAdd to GoodreadsAmazon * Apple * B&N * Google * Kobo
The Shadow City Hunters of Infinity #2
The Hunters of Infinity have guarded the Daharian galaxy for ages, but when betrayed, they can become a vicious enemy . . . Jessop, the first woman to join the Hunters, has finally been reunited with those who mean the most to her. In her quest for vengeance, she has left many embittered and betrayed, chief among them Kohl O’Hanlon, the Hunter who once loved her. Now, as the feared Falco Bane leads his forces into the Hunters’ territory, Kohl attempts to retaliate, flooding their infamous Shadow City with his own followers. Jessop must fight a war on two fronts, testing her commitment to the ones she loves and challenging her abilities as the most elite warrior among the Hunters. With the future of Daharia’s leadership at stake, Jessop is determined to protect those closest to her at all costs . But when allies turn into adversaries, the real threat comes from a place least expected . . . Add to GoodreadsAmazon * Apple * B&N * Google * Kobo
The Glass Blade Hunters of Infinity #1
The Hunters of Infinity have been protecting the Daharian galaxy for years, but there has never been a female Hunter—until now. In a seedy bar in the shadowy corners of Daharia, Jessop comes to the rescue of young Hunter Kohl O’Hanlon. Impressed by her remarkable sword-wielding skills, the Hunters invite her to their training facility, the Glass Blade, though not all are pleased with the intrusion. But they soon discover that Jessop learned to fight from the rogue leader of the Shadow City of Aranthol—and escaped. Now they want to use her intimate knowledge of their enemy to destroy him. As Jessop grows closer to this elite brotherhood, their leader succumbs to a mysterious ailment, and Kohl learns that Jessop is hiding dark secrets, raising suspicions about the enigmatic woman who saved his life. Has the Hunters’ security been breached—or do they have a traitor in their ranks? Allegiances will be questioned. Loyalties will be betrayed. Vengeance will be brutal. “This thrilling, action-packed debut ties together a strong characters with a building story line that will have readers clamoring for the next volume in this new series.” —Library Journal, STARRED REVIEW, on The Glass Blade **Only .99 cents!!**Add to GoodreadsAmazon * Apple * B&N * Google * Kobo
Ryan Wieser completedher B.A. in Sociology and Socio-Legal Studies before going on to complete her MSc. in Experimental Psychology. Having been raised in Africa and educated across multiple countries, Ryan has a passion for travel and an interest in diverse cultures. She currently resides in Wyoming with her husband, where she is writing her next book. Website * Goodreads
The Soar-Craft jerked violently, sending crates and weapons along with bedding and provisions flying
about. Jessop and Falco gripped one another tighter. There was a deafening sound of wind blowing
through the vessel. They were under attack.
They fell faster and faster, and all she could think of was their son. They couldn’t die in a Soar-Craft
crash, not when they still needed to rescue Jeco from Hanson Knell and Hydo Jesuin. Jessop looked
around the vessel, her eyes darting over panicked faces. She knew what she needed to do. “I need you
to let go, Falco!”
Jessop gripped Falco tightly. “Do you trust me?”
The way he looked at her, amidst chaos, was with a perfect stillness. “Of course.”
She kissed him, deeply, with all of her love. As their kiss ended he rested his forehead against hers. She
slowly pulled away. “Then let go.”
Falco stared at her with his concerned gray eyes, ignoring the surrounding panic, and finally let her go.
She nearly fell, but her superior balance helped her regain her footing quickly. She turned, facing the
control panel at the front of the Soar-Craft. She crouched low down in the aisle, and allowed for the
force of the fall to move her down the vessel. She used her Sentio to throw items and falling men out of
her path. She braced herself as she fell against the control seat. The vessel was falling nose-first. With a
quick tumble, she leapt over the seat and fell against the glass window.
She could not deny that the sight of the desert ground, nearing so quickly, didn’t concern her. She
already disliked flying. She couldn’t focus on the danger, though. She took a deep breath and laid both
her hands against the glass, closing her eyes, and focusing with all her might. She knew they fell still. She
breathed more deeply, and thought of Urdo and all he had shown her during their siege on Aranthol.
She envisioned her abilities like a wave of light, traveling through her body, out her fingertips. She
imagined the light clearly, and this time, it was a crimson red. It trailed from her hands, through the
vessel, snaking around the Soar-Craft.
She thought perhaps the vessel was slowing, when the sensation of blood trickling from her nose
distracted her. It wasn’t working. She pushed the light further from her, focusing with all her might on
catching the falling ship, yet it still fell. She didn’t have much longer. She tried to regain her focus when
his face appeared in her mind: Jeco. A perfect son, the exact image of his father with the same dark hair
and gray eyes. He needed her. He needed her more than ever.
And if she were going to save him from Hanson and Hydo, she would need to survive this crash. She
would need help.
Instantly, she felt him at her side. He tumbled over the control seat and, realizing her plan, thrust his
hands against the glass. “Urdo—push the plan to the others!” He shouted over his shoulder. Jessop
couldn’t think about the two other Soar-Craft traveling alongside them—crashing alongside them. She
couldn’t think about Urdo using Sentio to tell the Hunters on board the other vessels to attempt to copy
her plan, to use their abilities to slow the vessels to a safe landing.
She couldn’t think about anything other than—crash!
Jessop didn’t need to open her eyes to know what had happened. The explosion, the instant smell of
smoke. One vessel had already hit the ground. Suddenly, she felt Falco’s fingers lock around hers. He
held her hand and she could see his face when they were children, she could feel his kiss when they
were youth, she could hear his vows the day they married, and with an unexplainable, violent jolt, their
vessel froze in the air. The sound of men falling, yelling, boxes breaking, and weapons clashing into the
metal walls in a cacophony of noise surrounded her. And then everything was silent.