Incursion has a really interesting story line but the ending was a bit rushed. Still it was worth reading. I liked the give and take between the two main characters, Grimm and Kyle. The attraction took a long time developing. I will recommend this one to those who like alien love stories.
Kyle Juenger is given a chance to gain enough credits to get his legs fixed. He will be able to do that by finding a Glyrinny spy and bringing him back for justice. The only lead he has though is the ship Scorpion. He meets its pilot, Grimm, and he is attracted to him. The problem is that he can't feel anything below his hips. He can’t do anything about it. Grimm is from the same planet as Kyle, but he is from a different.
During their voyage Kyle becomes suspicious of Grimm. He isn't sure of what to do about them. Soon he finds himself on the wrong side of the law and he has to depend on Grimm and his crew to save the day.
When the local authorities ask Kyle Juenger to hunt a shape-shifting Glyrinny spy, he can’t refuse. After all, he can use the reward to replace his paralyzed legs with cyberware, and maybe even to return to his home planet. Besides, he hates the morphs—those invasive, brain-eating monstrosities whose weapons cost him his legs.
Kyle’s best lead is the Scorpion, a mercenary ship armed to the teeth. Grimm, the Scorpion’s pilot and captain, fascinates Kyle. He’s everything Kyle lost with his legs, and he’s from the same home world. He’s also of the warrior caste—half priest, half savior. But Grimm’s been twisted by life as a merc, and Kyle’s stuck undercover as a criminal on the run.
That doesn’t stop Grimm from coming on to Kyle, or from insisting he’s more than the sum of his past and his useless legs. But Kyle has other concerns—like tracking a dangerous morph who could be wearing anyone’s face. And as if things weren’t complicated enough, Kyle can’t tell if Grimm is part of the solution . . . or part of the problem. 78 pages