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NOTE: Breathless is temporarily unavailable at Barnes and Noble and Smashwords.
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BLUE FIRE HEAT (Adults only)
BLUE FIRE HEAT is an adults only companion piece to the Blue Fire Saga. It contains six erotic short stories featuring your favorite characters from the Blue Fire Saga.
BLUE FIRE BEGINNINGS
BREATHLESS X is a slightly more mature version of Breathless, intended for those who like a little more “spice” in their romance. It contains more explicit and intimate sexual activity andslightly more graphic violence. The story is essentially the same as Breathless, so readers can move seamlessly into book two and beyond.
LETTING GO is rated XXX and is intended for MATURE AUDIENCES ONLY.
Feeling bored and unfulfilled, Jennifer seeks excitement exploring the online personals. Driven by a need she does not fully understand, she responds to an ad that is definitely on the kinky side, never dreaming that she will actually follow through with a meeting. But on the other side of the ad is a man who seems able to peer inside her head and heart at will. When Jennifer knocks on his door, she is drawn into a sensual and sexual world she never knew existed…
FALLING — Book 2 in the Letting Go series.
Falling continues Jennifer’s adventure with Sir that was begun in Letting Go. This book is XXX-rated and intended for mature audiences only!
FALLING DEEPER – book 3 in the Letting Go series
Falling Deeper continues Jennifer’s adventure with the mysterious Sir begun in Letting Go and continuing in Falling. This novella is XXX-rated and intended for Mature Audiences only.
DREAMS OF THE LAST BORN
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MINE: A LOVE STORY
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Tangled Webs is an exciting mystery/suspense novel filled with surprising twists and turns. It is currently available only in e-book format. Suggested for mature audiences.
Casey Conner has sworn off police work. Killing a kid will do that to you, even if it was in the line of duty. He has a cushy new job and a beautiful new girlfriend. Except for his nightmares, everything is great–until some psycho begins copying the gruesome killings from television’s most violent cop show. As the bodies pile up each week, Conner must decide whether to risk his fragile sanity and join the effort to find the killer. Filled with surprising twists and savage violence, Tangled Webs will grab you from the very first chapter.
Here’s what readers have said about Tangled Webs:
Review by: Brugell
An excellent read. Plenty of action. Better than most bestsellers. I enjoyed every page. I want to read more like this.
Review by: Robert Elmers
I enjoyed Tangled Webs. It kept me captive from beginning to end. I was actually sorry to see it end, however the ending was good and didn’t leave me hanging or wondering. I feel as I am missing a good friend, Casey Connor.
Review by: Frania Forrest
Tangled Webs was a great mystery, I could not put it down. It had many twists and turns, keeping me on my toes. The ending was a great surprise.
Review by: Vanina
I brought Tangled Webs with me to read on a recent trip. I’m so glad I did, because my plane was stuck on the runway for almost three hours. I don’t know what I would have done if I hadn’t had this book with me. Tangled Webs helped make the time fly by. It’s a fun, fast, engaging read.
This retelling of Mark Twain’s classic story retains as much of the style and storyline of the original as possible, substituting vampires and zombies for characters and situations already in the book. Twain’s sharp wit and biting social commentary remain in full force, with added fun and adventure provided by the addition of supernatural dangers. So for a rollickin’ good ol’ time, join Huck and the runaway slave Jim as they journey down the mighty Mississippi, trying to stay out of trouble and out of the clutches of thirsty vampires and hungry zombies.
“Do you think they really was vampires?” I asked.
“I dunno,” Tom Sawyer says. “I’m guessin’ vampires would be a mite faster than those fellas. Seems like they oughta have caught more than one of us. An’ I don’t expect I coulda tore the arm off a vampire.”
“Well, one of ‘em almost caught me.” I showed him my shirt, where the mud had been scraped off my shoulder in four narrow rows right where I’d been grabbed.
“Coulda been zombies,” Tom mused. “They’s a lot slower than vampires.”
“What’s the difference between them and vampires?”
Tom scratched his chin. “Well, let’s see. Both are dead, sort of. A zombie eats your flesh—I hear they’s ‘specially fond of brains. Vampires, they just drink your blood. And they’s stronger and faster than zombies. But either way, if one of ‘em sinks its teeth into you, you become one of ‘em, forevermore.”