Chicago 1982 is a goldmine for the construction industry, and Eric and his two business partners are thriving. Once nothing more than orphans in a Catholic boys’ home, they’ve overcome poverty and abuse to obtain success. Now living the lives they once only dreamed of, they’re sure of one thing: they will never look back.
Then the past returns, by way of a cheap polyester suit and a smile Eric has never forgotten—and all the dark memories come crashing back. Lucky … Continue reading
Notthingham suffers under the ruthless enforcement of the Sheriff, who is determined to live up to his title and forget the difficult childhood that left him orphaned and destitute.
Then a charismatic bandit named Robin Hood crashes through his bedroom window and leaves the Sheriff’s ordered world thoroughly shattered—and threatens to steal the Sheriff’s not so hardened heart.
Buy Links: Amazon US | Amazon UK Length: 45,000 words Cover: Harper By Design Blurb
Nerdy, introverted genius lepidopterist, Lawson Gale, is an expert on butterflies. He finds himself in a small town in Tasmania on a quest from an old professor to find an elusive species that may or may not even exist.
Local Parks and Wildlife officer, Jack Brighton, is an ordinary guy who loves his life in the sleepy town of … Continue reading
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Steel and Promise is my first novel. It began as a series of loosely connected erotic stories about a courtesan serving a mysterious noblewoman with implanted steel claws. Dark and sexy was pretty much the only point at first, with a little bit of backstory for spice. But the characters had more to say than that, and before I knew it, wait a minute, this thing is a book! … Continue reading
Chanda is the Lord of Honey Flower House, which caters to those who have a taste for the paranormal between the sheets. Being an incubus makes him all the better at the job, even if it also leaves him lonely.
Then a demon appears on his doorstep in search of a missing person, and Chanda is quickly reminded why he prefers the relatively quiet life as master of a pleasure house—but is also reminded of a bitter past he’s tried to … Continue reading
John Cunningham is a private investigator looking into the disappearance of his friend’s son, but he hits a roadblock because there’s no evidence and the perpetrators are thought to have used magic. For assistance, he’s pointed to magical consultant Orion Kensington, and asks for his help despite John’s bad history with magic and reluctance to have anything to do with it.
But as the case grows more dangerous, and his unexpected attraction to Orion stronger, John soon realizes it’s his own … Continue reading
Buy Links: Amazon US | Amazon UK Length: 166 pages Series Changing Focus (Book #1) Amazon US | Amazon UK Source of Protection (Book #2) Amazon US | Amazon UK Rewriting His Love Life (Book #3) Amazon US | Amazon UK Winter Blom: Holiday Novella (Book #4) Amazon US | Amazon UK Hard Press (Book #5) … Continue reading
Buy Links: Amazon US | Amazon UK | Dreamspinner Length: 20,000 words Publisher: Dreamspinner Press Cover: Tibbs Design Blurb
Compulsively neat freak meets chaotic slob: can their living space survive the conflict?
Martin Harrison keeps himself to himself and his Central London flat as neat as a new pin. Maybe he should loosen up and enjoy more of a social life, but … Continue reading
The two main characters of “A Welded Wave” are total nerds and I didn’t pull any punches with the nerdiness. They’re not just any nerds, they’re children of the 80’s. Mark reads fantasy novels and romance, he’s a gamer, and has a Sega Saturn. Enis is a computer programmer and gamer. Enis has a “Homestuck” poster on his bedroom wall.
What makes this story so nerdy isn’t the references to sci-fi, fantasy, and gaming, it’s the way the characters … Continue reading
Buy Links: Amazon US | Amazon UK | JMS Books Publisher: JMS Books Length: 40,450 words Blurb
Shy and scholarly, long-distance swimmer Ryan Zwick thinks he’s the only gay member of the college swim team. He keeps his head down in the showers, and his head in the books the rest of the time.
But when a sporty new transfer student … Continue reading