Overview

Welcome to Zeecé’s world of fiction!

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You can now take a Journey to the Future Past! Journey to an Earth that once existed and may come to be again. Begin your journey to the Future Past with Fire Dance, a thrilling romance set about 150 years in the future. 

Follow Fire Dance with Hunter’s Snare, a tale of suspense and mystery with erotic tones, set in a future earth. The third in the series is Rogues and Lovers, a romantic novella that picks up where Hunter’s Snare ends.  There are three more books planned for this series. 

The Future Past series can be classified as Speculative Fiction. This is a close relative of Science Fiction. Speculative Fiction lays claim to fiction that does not fit exactly into Science Fiction, Fantasy, Time Travel, Horror, or Historical Fiction genres. 

It includes novels that have a setting in the future, on Earth, but do not have elements such as space travel, aliens, etc. This fiction differs from Science Fiction in that it depicts a possible future that takes place right here, on planet Earth, as a consequence of natural change. 

The Future Past world is the result of a world pandemic. Mankind “begins again” in true and tried methods. If you were to step into the Daniel’s Fork village, you’d think you were living in America’s colonial times, but you would not have traveled back in time. 

The Daniel’s Fork world has elements of our modern world because its developed from and after ours. Its people developed a purer, more lyrical, archaic voice. They use the blade and the torch, but they know about electricity and medicine. They just lack our methods of technology. A journey to Daniel’s Fork would be a journey to the “Future Past.” 

Fire Dance, Hunter’s Snare, and its sequel novella, Rogues and Lovers, have strong sexual content. Please, do not read if such content is objectionable to you. These novels, however, are not erotica as the sexual content is limited to one or two chapters and is not the focus of the novels. 

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Ms Lugo’s latest work is in the paranormal vampire- romance genre. You may dip your feet into her Angel’s Guardian series by reading Vampire, Not Monster,” the short story that introduces the character Maxim Denisov, reclusive New Yorker and overall scruffy, grumpy vampire about town.

Vampire, Not Monster” is the prequel to the full-length novel Angel’s Guardian. The hero of Angel’s Guardian is not an angel at all; he is a scruffy, reclusive, mean vampire who will steal your heart! This is not the usual take on vampire romance. Maxim is not your stock-model vamp, and neither is Angel the sword-wielding, female urban warrior. She is a young mother on the run with her babies. Expect the unexpected!

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Book #2 in the series is titled Thicker Than Blood. Maxim returns to his family home in Europe, taking his young family along. Danger, betrayal, and mayhem follow as his past comes back to haunt him with a vengeance!

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The third installment in the series is titled Heart of Stone. The world is not enough for Maxim’s arch-enemy, Toma. He comes back, wielding death and destruction, playing for all or nothing! An incredibly satisfying ending is promised.

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The new novella series, Vampires in the Mist, is aimed at the two-hour, short-reads category.  It is paranormal urban fantasy. The first volume sets the stage for myriad possible future threads.

The heroine, Rose from Miami, may be a young, naive woman who is unexpectedly plunged into a world full of vampires, witches, and monsters, but this is not a YA read. Sexual content and graphic violence make this series not for younger readers. There are several volumes available at present in this series.   

 

 

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