The sequel following The Morrigan is called "Nix Romipen". Federi has a clear mission. He wants to get to the bottom of the mystery that is the Unicate, once and for all, and root that evil organization out. To give himself a bit of space and have an excuse to get off the ship, he calls it a honeymoon and takes his essential backup along.
Soon they find themselves in Romania, where Paean discovers the magic of Federi's birthplace, high in the Transylvanian mountains, and is drawn into the irresistible charm of the wild forests. They reconnect with some free Tzigany, and so far everything seems perfect... but then...
That is exactly the point at which I need to start editing. An essential emotional red thread running through the story is missing. Federi's focus shifts. Earth faces more aliens - this time nothing remotely human. Things happen head-over-heels, the story splits as we try to follow Paean and Federi on their separate missions at the same time. There is, to put it bluntly, chaos.
For a while I thought it was ready. It's not. Please, be patient. It's one of the strangest sequels in the whole series, as it seems to exist separately from the others. It's very different in character from the others; also from the new series, "Shooting Star", following onto the Solar Wind series. It really is a stand-alone that belongs in neither. It's a bridge but yet an individual. I'll have to wrap my brain around it.
Why do I write? Because if I didn't, I'd be crazy by now.