Often called salacious, sexy and never shy, Morgan Rush is a professional writer who has been writing in the technical communication field for fifteen years with dozens of books, guides, and manuals published all around the globe in a variety of languages.
Always a believer in nurturing the whole self, Morgan is now taking his love for adventure, passion, and romance, and diving headfirst into the steamy pool of erotic romance with the simple, heartfelt goal of telling an interesting story that turns people on.
A passion for traveling and adventure has led Morgan to over seventeen countries and five continents and almost ten years living and working overseas. He earned a Bachelor’s in English, a Master’s in Education, and is using these vibrant experiences to write erotic romance that will stir your emotions, your mind, and most important of all—your libido.
He currently divides his professional time between writing both fiction and non-fiction from his home in sunny Tampa, Florida and is never far from his laptop, an archive of experience and desires, and lot and lots of caffeine.
A thrill-seeker by nature, Morgan unwinds with running, mountain biking, pursuing adventure sports and indulging his voracious appetite for three-day weekends in favorite hot spots like Miami, Vegas, NYC and Key West.
When one brother murders another in a jealous rage and scars his intended, fate sets the wheels in motion. With her love on the floor in a puddle of blood and nothing to live for, her white dress torn and bloody, Veronique climbs the footbridge spanning the Chamois River. With a last look to the sky and prayer winged into the night, she lets go.
Her leap drops her toward the embracing grave of the dark water, but the arms of destiny reach out and a falling star is intercepted.
Rescued by a passing gypsy who delivers her to the kumpania, this ordinary, yet headstrong, young woman must find her lust for life and learn to love again. Amid a family of mysterious and lustful gypsies in the sweeping countryside of southern France in the 1930’s, the Gypsy King knows all and reveals little.