Bringing Amelia home should be a cause for celebration, right? This is BSR we’re talking about. Our shepherd is aboard, and stirring things up. Come see Bob try and make peace, and get a little time in the shade.
The fleet needs to check into a beacon they found, but Bob thinks it might be more than it seems. Either way, it’s a hazard to navigation that needs to be seen to. Ride with the BSR fleet, as they find new friends, and old heroes.
Bob and friends come back to Earth for a little well-deserved R and R. Take a few nice walks in the woods, play a little paintball. Too bad it can’t be that easy. Too many people want Commonwealth tech, for them to ever have any peace.
Bob thought he was doing fine on his own. Then the love of his life fell out of the sky. Can he get her back in the air with auto parts and a cutting torch? If he does, will she ever come back? Nikki took a job before she saw the equipment. Can she keep her passengers alive on a strange planet? Are the natives friendly?
Bob wanted to take a few days off to chill after spending so long in the black. Letting go of his stress turns out to be harder than he thought it might be, and of course, Murphy gets to have a say. Come along, and see how Bob handles trying to stay out of trouble.
It turns out that strange saucers have strange people flying them. The new fella’s attitude makes things hard, and the crew has their work cut out for them to get along with him. Finding a nice, clean planet makes it all worthwhile. Come see how the folks at Bob’s Saucer Repair fix this one up.
In Saucer Holler, the crew come back to Earth to have some babies and catch up on some well-deserved R&R. Babies attract mother-in-laws, though, and Bob has one for the books. The crew of the Gene are off to take Joanna’s new friend home in Roo the Day. Finding derelicts with no survivors gets them down, and one of them brings Topper to a crisis of conscience. When they find a ship that looks like Zoom built it, Bob hires the builder.
Monkey Business, book 10: Bob was looking forward to settling in and peddling walnuts for a few days...until a slip of the tongue sent him racing to save the old Commonwealth Navy fleet. Just when things were looking like he could head home to Nikki, and get a couple of days off, he’s called out on a rescue mission. Join the fun, as Bob takes the long way home. Let's Make a Deal, book 11: Bob finally gets his wish: a chance to make peace with the Squirrels.
Contains books four and five of the Bob and Nikki series! Starfoot, book four: Are Jim and Molly okay? John’s old friend Steve needs help. Can the crew take care of his problem? Can he help with some of their problems? Bob gets caught, loading a saucer. Will it mean big trouble, or a new crew member? Max finds marooned saucers on the Moon. What new adventures do they contain? Charlie's Planet, book five: Bob and Nikki decide to take a honeymoon, to celebrate Nikki’s pregnancy. Will Murphy let them enjoy their vacation? Does duty ever take a holiday?