#NewRelease @eXtasyBooks Turquoise Revelation #mmromance #ParanormalRomance #LGBT #DragonShifter

Turquoise Revelation is out today on the eXtasy Books website! It’s Caven’s story, which I know some of you were waiting for 🙂 you can grab it here, or wait until September 30 for release on other online retailers.

Things aren’t always what they seem.

Caven is on the run. He was imprisoned for a good reason. But he has no intention of living behind bars for the rest of his life. So, as soon as he had the chance, he left the Ogorth clan behind and headed for the human world.

But things there are more complicated than he expected.

Sebastian’s life is perfectly normal until he stumbles on a murder. He runs, but when the murdered finds him, he thinks he’s going to die, too.

And he almost does.

Even though Caven knew he shouldn’t get involved, he helps the human escape. He’s been yearning for home, and keeping Sebastian safe is as good an excuse as any other to go back to the clan and beg for their forgiveness. Even if Caven is stuck in a cell, ay least he’ll be home.

What Caven doesn’t expect is to fall for Sebastian—or to get pregnant. It’s the first step for the queen to realize there was more to his betrayal than she knew and that he’s not the enemy he tried to be.

But with Caven’s father disgusted by what Caven has done, Sebastian’s family being possibly in danger, and the meeting with the government representative looking, Caven and Sebastian are both entirely lost—and so very different. Can they make things work between them and raise the second human-dragon hybrid of the clan while also keep the clan, Sebastian, and his family safe? Or is it too much for their shoulders?


#NewRelease @eXtasyBooks Payne #mmromance #ParanormalRomance #LGBT #Shifters

Payne is out today! It’s book 15 in the Council Assassins Series and you can download it here on the eXtasy Books website. Release day on other websites will be September 16.

Fate knows better.

Payne has been living with the assassins for four years, and he’s finally in a place where he feels he has something to offer. He graduated from high school, and along with Greg, he’s a participant in a council program that trains the future council assassins. When he meets his mate, he thinks his life is as perfect as it could be.

Until his mate rejects him.

Rob moved in with the assassins to help Jasper. At first, he doesn’t understand what Payne means when he says they’re mates—it’s just not possible. Payne is young and handsome, while Rob has always been more focused on his work than his personal life. He feels there’s been a mistake and that he can never be good enough for Payne.

What if Payne feels the same?

Payne and Rob both feel they’re not good enough for the other, but they’re mates, and nothing can change that. Can they get over their insecurities and find their way to each other? Or will they think they know better than fate itself?