#8Sunday: Be the princess you are…from THE ASTRONAUT’S PRINCESS #Sexy #SciFi #Adventure


A bit from Chapter Three, Episode 2 of my Cosmic Cowboys Series. Sometimes you just have to embrace what you really are. 

Enjoy a tiny excerpt from The Astronaut’s Princess



Her own father had entrusted him to care for her, yet Ela worried that placing her trust in Noah was not the best decision. The only one she could really trust was herself. At first, she’d been afraid and much too reliant on Noah to take care of her, when she wasn’t his responsibility. She wasn’t his sister or daughter or…wife. And he certainly wasn’t her chief. She could take care of herself. She was an Apache princess. It was time to start acting like one.



Brace for impact. The Astronaut’s Princess

islanding Feb. 16

on Amazon & Kindle Unlimited




Book Blurb:

Astronauts, Aliens, and Apaches? What could possibly go wrong?

Working for a billionaire space entrepreneur has its perks:  a nice paycheck, free room and board, and all the space flight hours a guy could want. But everything has a price.  Astronaut Noah Wright has survived an alien attack, time travel and a wormhole, but the Apache princess he brought back through time may be the death of him.

Ela, only daughter of Chief Itza-Chu of the Mescalero Apaches, finds herself out of place and out of time. Everything she knows of her early 1800’s life has vanished. Her savior and protector, Noah, is kind, but he’s not her family and certainly not Apache. Her only wish is to get home, but returning through the wormhole that brought her to the future threatens more than her past, causing her to have to rediscover what home really is.


Catch up on Episode 1,

Space Cowboys & Indians now.


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14 Responses to #8Sunday: Be the princess you are…from THE ASTRONAUT’S PRINCESS #Sexy #SciFi #Adventure

  1. Ah, well, there are different ways to act like princess. Noah is thinking one way, Ela is thinking another.

  2. Things are about to get interesting Lisa. Excellent snippet!

  3. Ela is a bit unsure how to behave, taking into consideration her feelings. She must listen to her head not heart

  4. I like strong heroines. I’m glad she’s digging deep and finding her grit!

    I’m currently reading Reap and Repent. It’s very good, Lisa! 🙂

  5. I like a girl who can take care of herself. 🙂 This is a great snippet. Look forward to reading more.

  6. I expect bad-assedness from any and all Apache princesses. 🙂 Glad Ela is finding her way there.

  7. Poor Ela, but I admire her determination. Great snippet!

  8. Oh good – I like heroines who act for themselves!

  9. Avatar Author Jessica E. Subject
    Author Jessica E. Subject says:

    Great insight into her character! 🙂

  10. “It was time to start acting like one.” In the context of a space opera, what exactly does acting like an Apache princess mean?

  11. The first volume was great. Can’t wait for the next one.

  12. I love strong heroines. Nicely done!

  13. I like her attitude. Apaches are notoriously tough and undeniably badass, but it’s nice that she has to remind herself of this. It makes her a layered character. 🙂