It’s space opera time.
Next on the to-read list is Kevis Hendrickson’s Rogue Hunter: Quest of the Hunter. From the book description:
Zyra Zanr is the most feared bounty hunter in the galaxy. Criminals everywhere cower at her name. During the attempt to capture a notorious fugitive, she stumbles onto a conspiracy to murder the senators of the InterGalactic Alliance. Behind this plot is a clandestine force seeking to destroy not only the InterGalactic Alliance, but mankind as well.
War looms on the horizon as Zyra collides with this deadly force threatening to rock the very foundations of time and space. Zyra’s quest to uncover the mastermind behind this plot will pit her against an evil menace beyond her wildest imagination. Only Zyra can save humanity from an impending holocaust. Victory will mean the salvation of the human race. Failure will mean the end of all that Zyra holds dear. The battle for the future has begun!
I know I’m not supposed to judge a book by it’s cover (art), but really? Subtle, Zyra, subtle. Although, to give the benefit of the doubt–I suppose if she’s out in zero-G, her physiology doesn’t need to conform to the usual laws of nature… right?