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A Demon’s Future is out today! If you’ve rad the Demons Hearts series, you’ll already know Esau, Sal’s brother. If you haven’t, you can read this book anyway! It’s not necessary to read the Demons Hearts series first, but if you’re curious about Sal and Harrison, that’s where you’ll find their book.

You can get A Demon’s Future here.

What are you supposed to do when changes barge into your cave?

Esau doesn’t deal with other demons, and he certainly doesn’t deal with children—except apparently when they run in his home after being kidnapped. Esau has no idea what to do with the little girl, but he won’t allow the demons after her to hurt her, even if it means he has to leave his home and make the one-week trek to the closest portal to the human realm.

Lazarus just wanted to visit his best friend in the human realm, so how did he end up saddled with a childhood friend he hasn’t talked to in decades, plus a child? He can’t abandon Esau and Cyarea, no matter how much he doesn’t want the complications they bring in his life.

As the three of them travel toward the portal, circumstances bring them together. Will Esau and Lazarus manage to find Cyarea’s parents? And whether they can or not, what will it mean for the feelings growing between them?



#NewRelease #ParanormalRomance #mmromance #shifters #CircusRomance

Never Look Back is out today, and look at that gorgeous cover!

This was a lot of fun to write and I can’t wait to delve back into the series (although it’ll have to wait until I’m done torturing the Archangel Michael for my Christmas book), although I’m not quite sure who book 2 will be about. I’m open to suggestions!

The book is only available on Amazon, both for sale and on KU.

Amazon US

Amazon Universal

The Paranormal Circus is in town.

Fane isn’t an idiot. He knows his parents are manipulative. He just doesn’t know what to do about it or even if he can do anything about it.

Talbot is the circus’ ringmaster and the alpha of their unofficial pack. He and his predecessor have been collecting outcasts and loners for years, but he didn’t expect to find one in this small town, too. He’s fascinated with Fane and his contradiction, but no matter how much he wants Fane to come with them, he can’t make that decision for him.

Fane has always been fascinated with the paranormal circus, and especially with the trapeze. He’s a great glider shifter, but his parents have forbidden him to shift. With the circus, he finds freedom, but also hope—and, possibly, love.

But to keep all of that, Fane has to let go of his past and his parents. They’re the only thing he knows and can rely on, and no matter how much he likes the circus and everyone who works there, he doesn’t know if the future they offer him is something he should let himself think of, let alone take.

The circus won’t stay in town forever, and Fane has to make a decision. Will he choose a secure past or a tempting future?


#NewRelease #eXtasyBooks Fangs and Fur #ParanormalRomance #LGBTRomance #Shifters

Fangs and Fur is out on the eXtasy Books website! It’s book 7 in the Life with Fangs series and features a should-be-enemies to lovers couple. You can get it here.

I also set up a preorder for Never Look Back, book one in the Paranormal Circus series! It’ll be available only on Amazon and will come out August 24!

Never Look Back Amazon US

Never Look Back Amazon Universal

When fangs meet fur, the line between enemies and lovers blurs.

Robin works for the conclave, and it’s not always easy, especially when the job involves fighting griffins. Just his luck that he’s wounded by one—and that he’s found unconscious by a werewolf.

Werewolves and vampires don’t get along. Kieran was raised to think that, but when he finds a bleeding vampire in the forest, he can’t abandon him, even though his alpha father will blow up when he finds out.

When Robin wakes up, he doesn’t know what to think of Kieran, but the man is right that Robin is in bad shape and nowhere near able to walk on his own. It means hiding out in Kieran’s house with Kieran and his cats, and while Robin is initially wary, he can’t deny Kieran is a good person, werewolf or not.

But Robin has a job to go back to, and Kieran is supposed to take his father’s place as their pack’s alpha one day. Werewolves and vampires only mix to kill each other, so Robin and Kieran can’t possibly work as a couple—or can they?