The Stealth Lovers

Two Draga warriors in space flight suits about to engage in a kiss while standing on a snowy mountain top. Overhead flies a space fighter.

A military space opera and romance story of two beloved characters from Life in the ’Cosm! If you adored Xax and Viv before, just wait until you read The Stealth Lovers—their origin story! From meeting at age nineteen during basic training and throughout their many adventures as the warriors known as The Stealth, you’ll find yourself drawn into the microcosm of a couple who can be best described as legendary, formidable, and fabulous.

The prequel of The ’Cosm Series. Read also: Life in the ’Cosm.

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After submitting to mandatory conscription, two young men begin Basic Training, or, “Vacay in Hay.”

Xaxall Dwyer Knightly saunters onto base without a care in the worlds, filled to the brim with sass. He has the strength of five warriors and earns the distinction of being the only trainee to throw someone through a supporting wall.

Vivoxx Nathan Tirowen, son of a prominent general, carries himself with a naturally-commanding presence. Possessing an uncanny talent with weaponry, his drill sergeant is convinced Vivoxx could “trim the pits of a rodent without nicking the skin.”

When the two recruits meet, one smiles warmly while the other speaks gibberish. Little do they know the bond they feel will lead them to become the venerable military pairing known as…

The Stealth.

Video content: They are legendary, formidable, and fabulous. The Stealth Lovers. The book cover appears with the text: Get your copy today on Amazon or from Renaissance Press.

“HOLY STARS, I loved everything about this novel!!!”

Jamieson Wolf, author of Little Yellow Magnet

“The fiercest, most formidable warrior-lovers in the ’Cosm are back. And the battle has never been so fabulous!” 

Stephen Graham King, author of A Congress of Ships

“Cait Gordon sent us on a ride full of pew-pew physics and one of the absolute best traits of people: our humour.”

’Nathan Burgoine, Lambda Literary finalist and author of Light