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Sequel to Boots for the Gentleman
Former archivist Reg Whitney, expert thief Querry Knotte, and the clockwork boy known as Frolic are fugitives from Halcyon living on a small island. While Reg is content to lead a safe and settled life, there is trouble in paradise: Querry is bored, and Frolic can’t help but ponder his own existence.
When Querry and Frolic get caught breaking into Baron Starling’s villa, all three men are bamboozled into accompanying the baron on a quest for arcane knowledge. But their jungle destination holds more danger than anyone on the expedition expects.
Reg knows their crew is made up of criminals—the kind who can’t be trusted—which puts a strain on the trio. He’s certain the baron and the mercenary Jean-Andre are hiding something that puts them all in danger. Querry and the baron grow close, leaving Reg and Frolic feeling alienated. Frolic’s friendship with a fey servant just strains the trio’s dynamic further. Even if Reg, Querry, and Frolic survive the quest, their relationship will never be the same.
All Sebastian Blume has ever wanted is to escape the hardship of peasant life. When a mysterious man, Herr Schadenfreud, comes to claim him on his eighteenth birthday, the young man is frightened and confused. While the exotic and beautiful aristocrat is kind and indulgent toward Sebastian, he also subjects him to long periods of loneliness and isolation while he's away. Sebastian doesn't know whether his new life is a dream come true, or punishment for his wicked desires.
When pickpocket Robin Pastorious comes across some graphic photographs of a young man suffering in bondage, he knows he has to liberate the victim-even after seeing the long, distinctive ears that mark the subject as a faerie, a creature Robin has been taught to hate and fear. Robin finds that the fey Snowdrop is afflicted with somewhat loose morals, a desire to be restrained, and a learned fear of reprimands, so naturally his ensuing encounters with Robin are both blistering and sporadic. But the faerie's distant, fickle nature eats away at Robin's sanity, and Robin ends the relationship.
That's when the village comes under attack by the fey and Robin is captured and put on a train with the very man who tortured Snow. Will Snowdrop mount a rescue and find a way to convince Robin of his sincerity? Or will the pain of their shared past darken any possible future?
Steamcraft and Sorcery Book One
Hired by a mysterious faerie gentleman to steal seemingly worthless artifacts, Querrilous Knotte is seen as a traitor by the humans of Halcyon. But as long as he's getting paid, Querry doesn't mind. When his client makes a cryptic comment about a certain house, Querry contacts his old flame Reg-a former street rat who now works in the Royal Archives-to learn if the property contains anything of value.
??Though Reg has no answers for him, Querry learns there is indeed something precious in the house, something Reg is convinced will bring nothing but trouble. The armed guards that attack the thief prove Reg's prediction true, and he can't leave Querry to face it all alone. Not when Reg's feelings for the man may not be as extinct as he'd thought.
The trouble is, Querry's heart doesn't just belong to Reg anymore, and surprisingly, Reg's heart no longer belongs only to Querry. In the end, it may not even matter, because if Querry, Reg, and their hearts' desire can't stop Lord Thimbleroy from draining Halcyon's magic, they won't live long enough to regret their unresolved romance.
# of pages or word count: 55 pages
Genre: Urban fantasy M/M Yaoi zombies eroitc romance
Heat rating: 3 Novas
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Graham quickly realizes something isn't right in the little town, and that Alan may have had ulterior motives for visiting the area. Frustrated that Alan's curiosity about the supernatural has put them in danger again, Graham must decide whether to return to safety or stay face the creatures threatening the village.
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