#NewRelease @eXtasyBooks A Demon’s Happiness

A Demon’s Happiness is out today! It’s book five in the Demon’s Hearts series, and it wasn’t supposed to exist since I’d planned this series to be four books long. But as I wrote the books, I got to know Jadon, Ilyhas, and Esi, and I knew I had to write their story. This won’t be the last book in the series, either, because I’m planning to write Sal’s story, too  🙂


Sometimes you have to let yourself be happy.

Ilyhas isn’t a prince, not in the human realm—and he likes it that way. He could do without working in the League’s infirmary, but he knows things could be much worse, and that job means he’s close to his brother and the other people he cares for, including Jadon, the man in charge of their branch of the League.

Esi is living the dream. He escaped Hell with the man he loves and has a job he enjoys as a nurse. He works with the warriors day in and day out, and he gets to live openly with Ilyhas without fearing they’ll be torn apart and hurt for loving each other. He hadn’t expected to crush on Jadon, but it doesn’t worry him.

Jadon has too much work to do to fall for not one, but two guys. Besides, Ilyhas and Esi are together, and he’s not going to come between them after everything they went through. He’s happy as he is, focused on his job, and he tries to forget about them, because he knows those kinds of thoughts are dangerous for his heart.

But what if Esi and Ilyhas want Jadon as well?

Ilyhas is finally starting to be himself after spending all his life being what his father expected him to be. He’s not sure why that includes falling for Jadon, but when he and Esi talk about it and agree they both want him, he decides he doesn’t care.

But when Ilyhas, then Esi, are cursed just as they start learning how to be with each other as a throuple, things start to crumble. Ilyhas doesn’t have much time. Jadon needs to find the person who is hurting the men he loves before he loses them forever.


#NewRelease @eXtasyBooks More Than Meets the Eye

More Than Meets the Eye is out today! It’s a bit different from my usual books–it was a call for submission from eXtasy Books, so it’s part of the Divorced Divas compilations that includes three MM books and three MF books out next week. Liza Kay and Jo Tannah wrote the other two MM books, both released today along with mine. They’re all contemporary, so no shifters 🙂


There’s always more than meets the eye when it comes to people.

Sidney has been divorced for a year, and he’s still learning to navigate life as a single man. He could do without his cousin’s help, especially when that help comes in the form of a hired escort—the prettiest man Sidney has ever seen.

Gairn had no idea what he was agreeing to when he accepted this job. In just a few minutes, he finds himself in a fake relationship with Sidney, who has to give his ex-wife Alba an explanation of who Gairn is before she makes assumptions.

Sidney and Gairn like each other, but can they work as a real couple? The obstacles are daunting—Gairn’s job as an escort, Sidney’s wariness and trust issues, and Alba’s reaction if she finds out what Gairn does to put himself through college.

Will Sidney and Gairn manage to beat the odds and find happiness together? Or will they crash and burn before even having a chance to explore their newfound relationship?

You can find the other two stories out today here


#NewRelease @eXtasyBooks Evan

Evan, book five in the Council Assassins Series, is out today https://www.extasybooks.com/978-1-4874-2369-8-evan/

I also have two books up for preorder:

More than Meets the Eye comes out January 18 https://www.extasybooks.com/978-1-4874-2335-3-more-than-meets-the-eye/

A Demon’s Happiness comes out January 25 https://www.extasybooks.com/978-1-4874-2408-4-a-demons-happiness/

Sometimes trust is all it takes.

Evan’s life is hell—he’s betrayed the trust Win and the other council assassins have in him, and he’s allowed one of his marks to manipulate and blackmail him. He’s not sure how to get out of the situation, or if it’s even possible. He doesn’t have time to deal with the fact that he lives with his mate and that he’s been ignoring Greg for a while.

Greg has known Evan is his mate since he arrived at the warehouse. He’s stayed away because he can understand why Evan avoided him while he was still seventeen, but he’s eighteen now, and he at least wants to know if there’s the possibility of a future for them.

Greg’s push unravels the lies Evan has been building, and his secret comes to light. Will the other assassins—his family—forgive him for what he’s done? Will Greg? Or will Evan find himself alone against the threat of his blackmailer and the people who are still trying to kill the assassins?