Savage Horizons (Lesbian Space Opera)

Savage Horizons (Lesbian Space Opera)

4.8K Reads 120 Votes 5 Part Story
CJ Birch By cjbirch Completed

Captain Jordan Kellow knows all too well that change only takes a moment to rip through your life. Since the moment she escaped the Burrs and her father, her life has been a series of life-altering moments. She thought she'd built an inner strength that would see her through every obstacle until she meets Lt. Ali Ash on the eve of her first mission in command. Her feelings for Ali have her past and future colliding, setting in motion a series of events that strands her crew in an unknown galaxy thousands of light years from home.

Now Jordan must decide which moment will define her future. Is she the captain of the Persephone, in command of her ship and her life? Is she strong enough to forgive her father for past wrongs? And most important of all, is she brave enough to fight for the woman she wants?

  • adventure
  • aliens
  • apocalyptic
  • fiction
  • girlxgirl
  • gxg
  • lesbian
  • lgbt
  • lgbtq
  • mystery
  • nearfuture
  • queer
  • romance
  • sci-fi
  • science-fiction
  • space
  • space-opera
  • survival
Space and lesbians are all I want in a story and you've brought both of them together.
                              
                              My smol [l]gbtq+ heart is leaping with joy.
pseudos pseudos Aug 23
Not quite story related, but I've spent a good 5 minutes staring at this sentence and wondering at how amazing and ingenious it is. As a developer that's spent days looking for that comma, I've never seen humanity summarized so accurately.
JLR_Loy JLR_Loy Feb 20, 2016
Cruel writer, dodging the Is Ash Dead Bullet, yet again. Heheh. 
                              Yet again, a flawless chapter. I tip my metaphorical hat to your writing chops and I can't wait for the next installment.
JLR_Loy JLR_Loy Feb 16, 2016
Lost in unknown space? Eee! Fantastic. I love how you build suspense while still keeping Jordan calm and in control, even if she isn't sure what she's going to do, it makes for a great difference between Jordan and Ash's "voices" as narrators and Ash's more slapdash, take it as it comes mentality.