ALWAYS HER WINGMAN
By: Jessica E. Subject
Staff Sergeant Hannah Coriveau dedi-
cated the last five years to the Space
Military Command. Heading back to
Earth, she‘s ready to begin civilian life
and reunite with her parents and the
boyfriend she left behind. The person
she‘ll miss most is Garish—her wing-
man, best friend, and the one who
made her regret not being single.
Senior Airman Colin Garish wants his
squadron leader. Bad. After spending
so much time by her side—both in
the Martian skies and on the red
planet—being her friend isn‘t enough. When Hannah learns of
her boyfriend‘s infidelity, Colin is there to comfort her.
Before Colin has the chance to confess his feelings, Han-
nah receives worse news from home. Her father is dying. Seeing
her devastation, Colin remains the friend she desperately needs.
But in her grief, she pushes him away.
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The shuttle lurched as it landed on the runway, jerking Han-
nah forward against her restraints. She and her crew had finally
reached their destination—Earth‘s moon. So close to home, and
yet still so far away. With her mission almost over, she looked
forward to outlasting the rest of the squadron during physical
therapy and then returning to the ones she loved. But first, she
had to complete shutdown procedures. She pulled down levers
and flicked off switches in unison with the rest of the squadron.
A well-rehearsed dance they‘d perfected when landing on Mars.
This time, they flowed through the sequence with ease, as if they
landed space shuttles every day.
The engine slowed in its vibrations until it stopped for the
first time in two hundred and fifty days. Powered down. While
the squadron waited for the noxious fumes to be blown away,
she dreamed of sleep.
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Length: 95 Pages
Heat Level: PG-13
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Jessica E. Subject is the author of science fiction romance, mostly alien romances, ranging from sweet to
super hot. Sometimes she dabbles in paranormal and contemporary as well, bringing to life a wide variety of
characters. In her stories, you can not only meet a sexy alien or two, but also clones and androids. You may be
transported to a dystopian world where rebels are fighting to live and love, or to another planet for a romantic
When Jessica is not reading, writing, or doing dreaded housework, she likes to spend time with her family,
listen to BTS, go to fitness class, and walk the Great Pyrenees/Retriever her family adopted from the local ani-