Tuesday, July 27, 2021

BOOK BLITZ: On Mission by Aileen Erin

Today, we are kicking off this Book Blitz celebrating the release of Aileen Erin's On Mission, book 3 in the Aunare Chronicles! To celebrate this book birthday, we have an exclusive excerpt AND an author-hosted giveaway to share! So... Be sure to check it out and grab your copy now! Start the series now!

Young Adult
Science Fiction/Dystopian/Fantasy
Aunare Chronicles, #3
Publish Date:
July 27, 2021

“Action adventure, space drama, political schemes, and just the right hit of romance has this series turning into an absolute must-read. Whether you think you’re a fan of sci-fi or not I’d urge you to give this series a try….” – Angela, Pooled Ink Reviews

From USA Today Bestselling Author Aileen Erin comes the fourth book in the Aunare Chronicles

Amihanna di Aetes has finally accepted her place in the Aunare world. In a matter of weeks, she’ll be their High Queen, but no matter how hard she tries, she finds that she’s always doing the wrong thing. At least that’s what the High Council keeps telling her…

There’s only so much rejection a girl can take, which means she’s spending her afternoons trying to get out of High Council meetings. And yet, every time she leaves the council room, she sees the disappointment on her father’s face, and worse, on Lorne’s face. It pains her, but she can’t say what they want her to say.

The council is refusing to see the truth. War isn’t just upon the Aunare – they’re about to lose.

Training her guards to invade Earth is a much better use of her days. She spent too much time hiding, obeying, forcing herself to do what she had to do to survive.

She’s used up all her pretending and can only be who she is. A fighter. A leader. A warrior.

When SpaceTech attacks the Aunare colonies, she’ll do what needs to be done –she’ll fight to defend the Aunare alone if she has to. Because Amihanna is a di Aetes. She’ll never give up. Not until SpaceTech is dismantled and Jason Murtagh is dead.

Amihanna isn’t the queen the Aunare want. But she is the queen the Aunare need.


Lorne had left the room without me. He’d never done that. But now, I was alone with the High Council, and I knew what that meant.
Did he just leave me in charge?
Yes. Yes, he totally left me in charge.
I straightened my shoulders and quickly decided my next move.
If the choice was to cull the Council or get rid of it, I was totally getting rid of it.
He’d said I could, but did he mean it?
Ice it all. I might regret it, but who needed these people?
Not me, and clearly not Lorne. Because he’d just walked out of here like he planned to never come back.
Roan had been helping me gather evidence for the past couple of weeks, and we’d made three different plans. Plan A got rid of the worst of the worst in the room—the ones that were nearly as bad as having a SpaceTech officer on the council. I had suspicions that they’d been leaking information to SpaceTech, but not clear evidence. But what I had was enough for me to get rid of them.
Plan B was a little deeper dive. It got rid of everyone from Plan A, but then weeded out a few more that had some pretty strong ties to SpaceTech and included a few that had been leaking information to the media.
Plan B was the one I’d been planning to go with. It felt like it got rid of the worst offenders, but it wouldn’t cause such a stir among the Aunare.
But I had one more aggressive plan.
Plan C was the nuke-the-entire-bunch-of-jerks plan. It not only fired all of the members, but it dissolved the council for good. There would no longer be a High Council at all. This was my last resort because there were a few people that I felt could be helpful in the future—the main one being Councilwoman Yneia ni Shanam. She was the council’s chief science advisor and was heading up research on lucole. If she was fired, then getting more information about what SpaceTech could and couldn’t do with lucole might slow while we found someone new.
Losing her would be unfortunate, but I had no choice. The council was causing all kinds of problems, and keeping it going because of one person didn’t make sense. Not even the science advisor.
I motioned to Roan, and he got up from his seat at the wall.
“Plan C,” I said softly to Roan as soon as he was close, and he gave me a nod.


Aunare Chronicles:
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**About the Author**
Aileen Erin is half-Irish, half-Mexican, and 100% nerd–from Star Wars (prequels don’t count) to Star Trek (TNG FTW), she reads Quenya and some Sindarin, and has a severe fascination with the supernatural. Aileen has a BS in Radio-TV-Film from the University of Texas at Austin, and an MFA in Writing Popular Fiction from Seton Hill University. She lives with her husband in Los Angeles, and spends her days doing her favorite things: reading books, creating worlds, and kicking ass.

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