Landry Donovan’s ordered world has been turned inside out. Her best friend and fellow Pulsus employee, Jacqulyn Delaney, has gone rogue back in 2035. She’s intent on taking over Pulsus and changing the past to suit her future, and she’s proven she’ll even go through Landry to make it happen.
Landry must go back to 2035 and finish their original mission to save the biophysicist, Muniz, from the vicious serial killer, Nelida Staton. She’s also been tasked with the secondary mission to put a stop to Delaney’s hostile takeover. Her help comes in the form of government agent, Brooke Jackson, who has an agenda of her own. Angry and betrayed, Landry still wonders if she can save Delaney, or if she’ll have to pay the ultimate price. And then there’s Jade, her beautiful, strong girlfriend. Can Landry really have it all, or is she putting Jade’s heart, and life, at risk?
When the inevitable battle with Delaney finally comes around, will Landry act with her heart or her head?
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I was fortunate to chat to Robyn and have her answer a couple of questions about her recent release!
Why did you want to write this book, specifically?
The Extractor trilogy came to me one Sunday morning, fully formed and bursting to get on the page. I wanted to write something different to a regular romance, something with kick-ass, gender-expectation destroying, female leads. I wanted to explore a lesbian version of a bromance rather than the usual love relationships, and whilst there is a romance within the book, two even, I like to think I’ve not done them in the traditional way. I also wanted to explore the darker side of human nature and the things we’re capable of doing, but also to focus on the human capacity to survive and be redeemed.
What do you like best about it?
The complicated relationship between Landry and Delaney, the “bromance.”
Can you tell the readers something about Death In Time that they might not know just from reading the book?
I’m hoping to give Brooke and Mackenzie their own adventure a few books down the line, with Landry training Brooke.
In ten words or less, tell us why we should buy this book?
It’s the emotional and exciting conclusion to the Extractor trilogy!
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