Have you ever had a bad day? Sergeant Paul Mitchell had. It was the kind of bad day where nothing went right, everything that could go wrong went wrong, and everyone died.
He knew that was always a possibility in the marines, but it really sucked when it happened to you: it wasn’t your fault, and you still took the fall for everything.
With his career dead and buried, he’s forced to make it as a freelancer; a jack of all trades but a master of none. Just when he thought life couldn’t get any worse a couple of stupid kids proved him wrong…again. Now, the ex-marine needs to find a ship, a crew who won’t ask too many questions, get off-world, and disappear into the black. Too bad the women he’s signed on with have a few secrets of their own.
Life of a Freelancer contains graphic sexual situations, bad language, intense violence, and a guy doing what he has to in order to survive. You’ve been warned.