Hopeless romantic, angst-ridden pessimist, connoisseur of dirty limericks, reader of everything fiction. Oh yeah. I write, too.
After a stint in prison and a deal with the FBI, Perry has found his way back to the magical Renaissance Faire. He desperately needs safety that only the Faire can provide, but the magic is almost gone.
When trouble follows Perry and threatens the Faire, the only person who can wield what's left of the Faire's magic is Mystery, a man reincarnated from an otherworldly flying serpent.
Mystery does what he can to help out, but there's only so much he can do when Perry's fate--and that of the Faire itself--lies in the hands of a man Perry would rather avoid.
Zion's life is falling apart. His home burned down, his obnoxious ex-boyfriend is scheduled to get out of jail, the managers of the magical Renaissance Faire expect him to do a month's worth of work in days, he hasn't seen his sick sister in nine months, and he's discovered a hidden room filled with secrets in the rubble of his library.
Usually, spending a few hours practicing rope bondage would be enough to clear Zion's head, but not this time. This time there's too much going wrong, and none of his problems are going away. In fact, life is throwing him yet another curve ball in the form of a handsome architect named Vin--the same Vin who spent all of last year trying to climb into Zion's pants. Zion resisted then, but he's not so sure he can do it again. He's not so sure he even wants to.
Zion's mountain of problems just keeps growing, and it's only a matter of time until he gets buried beneath them.
Rosewood, the magical Renaissance Faire's psychic and one of the business partners, has been single for over ten years—ever since he accidentally revealed his psychic abilities to the love of his life and lost him. He has devoted himself to the Faire and the magic within ever since. The last thing he expects when hiring a new business manager is for Oscar—the "one who got away"—to walk back into his life as the most qualified applicant.
While Rosewood tries to deal with Oscar as his new business partner, his abilities start going haywire. He senses danger coming, and it's somehow tied to Oscar's dark past. They will have to work together to recover Rosewood's abilities, help Oscar heal, and save the Faire itself.
And if they can do that, then maybe, possibly, the "one who got away" will become his greatest catch.
Fell Harwick, half-incubus and witch extraordinaire, knows how he'll die. Ever since he was a child, he's had visions of a dragon tearing him to pieces. Since he's not terribly fond of the idea--and the power-hungry vampire that killed his mother is now after him for his unprecedented healing abilities--he's gone into hiding. But when a pair of shifters get shot in front of his cabin in the woods, he feels obligated to keep them safe.
Jett and Theodore are members of the local resistance, fighting against the same vamp that wants Fell. Theodore is a beautiful, tragic mess, and Jett hates all incubi on principle--something Fell finds out as he tries to take energy to power his healing magic.
Jett and Fell might have been able to work around one paranormal prejudice. Jett even encourages Fell into sex with Theodore when he needs energy. But then Fell discovers that his future killer has been sleeping on his couch.
Devin visits the Renaissance Faire with one goal in mind: to pickpocket enough money for another cross-country dash. His would-be killer is on his tail again, and he needs to get the hell out of town. Once inside the gates, he finds himself under the scrutiny of Ezra, the handsome bartender. But Devin is on a mission, and while he relieves the costumed masses of their money, he also steals a magical amulet from a seemingly-abandoned jewelry case.
An amulet that happens to be Ezra's.
Devin's hunter corners him before he can skip town, but Devin escapes with his life and a nasty bullet wound to one arm. He passes out in his car. When he regains consciousness, he finds himself at the mercy of the man he'd stolen from. A man interested in a lot more than the return of his property...
Genre: LGBT Contemporary
Cory's life has a deadline, and he's working hard to make the most of the time he has left. He knows he won't be able to complete everything on his bucket list, but the first entry is the most important to him. He wants to come out to his intensely religious family so they'll remember him a little more accurately once he's gone.
When Tai falls for Cory, he does his best to convince Cory to date him. When he's turned down flat, he talks Cory into a one night stand, knowing that once he gets under his coworker's skin, Cory will want more. Much more. Tai knows that a relationship with Cory is going to be complicated, but he has some impressive persuasion techniques up his sleeve. He's giving Cory the chance to fall in love--one thing that Cory has refused to add to his bucket list because he never thought it could happen.
Note: This book contains explicit sexual situations, graphic language, and material that some readers may find objectionable: male/male sexual practices.
Kyon works hard as the second in command of the soul collectors, but his own soul is starting to crumble. He needs to bond with a compatible partner, or his mind will collapse and he'll turn into a shadowy ghost. Death and Fate rely on Kyon for far too much to let him break, and they conspire together for a solution. When Kyon falls in love with Patrick, the only human who can see him, Death and Fate take it upon themselves to play matchmaker.
Patrick has been dreaming about Kyon since puberty. Constantly under the scrutiny of a violently controlling father, he doesn't expect to have any choice in his own life. When everything goes a little unexpectedly during what should have been his death, he finds himself with a new and unusual future. Luckily, this one might include the handsome Kyon.
Kyon is determined to avoid the man he loves. He believes Patrick doesn't need to live life with a reminder of his death hanging over his every move but he finds it harder and harder to stay away from his perfect match. Especially when Patrick keeps getting sexier and Kyon keeps falling deeper...
Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual situations, graphic language, and material that some readers may find objectionable: male/male sexual practices. Length: Novella