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Hybrid: Adapt or Die by Rebecca Henry Genre: SciFi Horror, Romance

Agent Van of the CIA is sent to an Australian underground military surveillance base called Pine Gap. Agent Van finds himself thrown in a conspiracy cover up of an ancient alien race known as species X. He falls in love with Annika, a mysterious and uncommon woman who displays unusual abilities, leading Van to question her own origin. Mystery and horror explode around Agent Van during a cave diving exhibition to search for a lost colleague referred to as Agent One. The only clue for Agent Van and his team is a cryptic message carved on a wall inside the bleak cave that reads “Agent One is gone. No more Agent One.” Terror arrives as the agents are trapped inside the ominous cave. Agent Van soon learns that there is more to Pine Gap than Species X. **Only .99 cents!** Goodreads * Amazon

Best Selling Amazon Author of Hybrid: Adapt or Die. Her debut novel was The Lady Raven: A Dark Cinderella Tale, which was published in 2017. The Lady Raven, is for those who have an infinity for fairy tales retold with a link to witches, magic and the macabre. Rebecca’s second novel, Louisiana Latte, a chick lit comedy was released February 28th 2019. Louisiana Latte, is a feel good comedy that focuses on the bonds of sisters, and how audacious life can be when you have a diva for one! Rebecca’s third novel Hybrid: Adapt or Die, is a sci-fi, horror, romance novel. It takes the reader on a wild ride of government conspiracy theories, ancient aliens but also touches your heart with a tender love story. Hybrid was released August 1st 2019. Her fourth novel Conjure Lake, a ya, dark fantasy, horror novel will be released in 2020. The entire first chapter is included at the end of Hybrid first edition copies. You can find all of Rebecca’s books on Amazon Rebecca Henry is a world traveler living abroad in England. Besides being an author, Rebecca is also a podcast talk host on the show The Latte Talk. The podcast was inspired by her latest novel, Louisiana Latte and her diva sister Deb. She is a serious vegan, gardener, crafter, wife and mom who practices yoga. She loves to laugh, her drug of choice and loves all things witchy with a hint of the macabre. Her favorite holiday is Halloween and her favorite movie of all time is Practical Magic. Website * Facebook * Twitter * Instagram * Amazon * Goodreads

Breathless, she turned to me and unwound the scarf from her neck and wrapped it around
mine. “I want you to be surprised,” she laughed as she covered my eyes. I heard the door open,
and she slipped her hand in mine to lead me inside. Something swooped over my head, and I
ducked.
“What was that?” I asked, unnerved.
“Just listen,” she giggled.
I stood stock still as I tilted my head, listening. Are those birds?
“Is that birds?” I asked, excited. I hadn’t seen birds in months! I started to lift my scarf,
but Annika stopped my hand.
“There’s more!” she whispered in my ear, and goosebumps raised on my arms. She led me
by the hand deeper into the room.
“Smell,” she commanded gently.
An intoxicating aroma filled my nose, and I grinned. “Flowers!” My heart swelled. This
was the happiest I’d felt, not just at Pine Gap, but in my adult life. Being with Annika was like
being a kid again. The world felt new and grand when I explored it through Annika’s eyes.
“Very good!” She clapped her hands. “Let’s see how you do on the next one.” She guided
me to another area of the room, and I felt like I was walking among the clouds, dizzy with
birdsong and flowers.
“What do I get if I guess right?” I asked, a wide, stupid grin painted across my face
underneath her scarf.
Her hand held my wrist as she guided me to the ground. “You’ll have to guess correctly
before I tell you your prize.” I sat beside her, running my hands along the ground. It wasn’t hard,

like every other surface at Pine Gap. It was soft. I buried my hand amidst the thick, cool blades
tickling my fingertips. Is that…?
“No way…grass!” Unable to contain myself, I ripped the blindfold off, too excited to play
this game any longer. I marveled at Annika and her room of miracles.
Annika sat on her knees as I swiveled my head around, trying to see everything at once.
After being surrounded by black uniforms and steel hallways, the room was a raucous symphony
of vibrant color. We were inside an enormous greenhouse filled with UV light. A false sun shone
down on us, warm and familiar like the sun I once lived under. Macaws looped over our heads,
soaring through the air as if they were free in the world above. Something tickled my finger, and
I marveled at the tiny ladybug exploring my hand.
It was a tiny Garden of Eden, and my eyes darted from one wonder to the next before
landing on Annika. She watched me, smiling at my open-mouthed wonder. “This is amazing!” I
laughed joyously. “I didn’t even know this was here!”
Annika carefully picked the ladybug from my hand and set it gently on a leaf. “Not many
people do. This is sorta my place.” She looked up at me, a shy smile spreading across her lovely
face. “Maybe it could be our place.”
My chest tightened, choking off the all the words I wanted to say to her. She lifted her
hand to my cheek, her face full of understanding. She leaned forward and pressed a gentle kiss to
my lips.
They say a kiss can make a guy weak in the knees. This is an understatement. Annika’s
kiss was bewitching, and I whole-heartedly allowed myself to fall under her spell. I was a lost
cause for any other female. There was only Annika, as if I had been searching for my whole life,

and the answer was finally before me. The only woman I could ever love, would ever love, is
Annika.

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  1. I don’t read a lot of sci fi, but this sounds like it would have a great story line.