Nineteen-year-old Glynis Albion isn’t like the others in Darling. With uncommon beauty and a history of sadness and loss, she is as isolated as the remote location in which she resides. The pain of Glynis’s past, coupled with the mystery surrounding the disappearance of her best friend, has left Glynis open to a secret. A dark menace that has been watching and waiting, biding its time, until just the right moment.
Long before Sabelle Sabin became lost to Glynis, she’d been found by another. A being that stalked its way into Sabelle’s heart, compelling her into an otherwordly conflict from which she had never been meant to escape.
Of course, none of this would have mattered were it not for Glynis’s quirky aunt, Libby, whose youthful alchemical interests ultimately thrust her into a confounding world of divination, danger, and deceit. A precarious flirtation that would prove to have immeasurable, unintended consequences.
Unaware of the plights that would befall Sabelle and Libby, Glynis knows only that since she lost them, she’s felt trapped on her family’s land in a self-imposed exile. And while the greatest mystery for most folks in town is the strange lacerations that have been appearing without explanation for countless years on the otherwise healthy residents of Darling, Glynis will soon find that the vision she can no longer trust will draw her toward one of nature’s darker creations, awakening a new understanding of what lies in the shadows.
It was supposed to be a simple assignment.
Go undercover as a gothic high school student
Identify the local gangs and their supply pipeline.
It wasn’t supposed to get this complicated.
I wasn’t supposed to fall in love.
And definitely not with my teacher.
As the hour came now upon midnight, as Duchess Cressida Courtlandt stood alone on the nearly deserted London street, she could not quite compel herself to enter the Groversner Hotel – to carry on towards the couturier’s penthouse suite and some horrible temptation, some horrible ruination worse than anything Bedlam had to offer.
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An Almost Gothic Love Affair.
A bride is sent off into the unknown to marry a stranger on All Hallows Eve, October 31, 1749.
What she finds on her arrival is enough to make her skin crawl.
Limping footsteps, blood-curdling screams, smoking torches, and a house on a cliff… A man she only sees in the dark, his breathing labored behind a mask.
“A betrothal is as good as the wedding vows. You cannot leave.”
“Am I your prisoner?”
“You shall stay here until you bear me a child. Then you can stay or go, the choice shall be mine!”
Sela is assigned to be a private gardener for Theodore “Teddy” Woven’s ancestral home. The young gardener soon finds her presence unwelcome as she slowly uncovers the truth about his family’s past. The greatest mystery of all lies not in the house, but with its owner.
Being dead is no party…
Gabriella remembers only parts of dying. She knows when she wakes up in a casket that she didn’t survive the crash.
But being dead doesn’t mean she can’t enjoy the afterlife.
Antonio is mysterious, lonely, and charming. Fortunately, he’s dead too.
With only two days before the end of the Day of the Dead festival, they have to figure out how to catch a murderer, avoid the Grim Reaper, and get their Spirits to the Other Side before the Gate between the living world and the realm of the dead closes for another year.
They call me a princess.
But I’m nothing like the royalty found in fairy tales. The Noble family aren’t the kind that live in castles.
The “prince” I’m promised to? He’s no Prince Charming.
Cohen took my first kiss and now he expects me to kiss the ground he walks on…as his wife.
I always get what I want. Annabeth Noble broke my heart when we were kids and I can’t get her out of my head.
Now her prissy attitude pisses me off and turns me on in the same breath.
The family wants me to marry her? Fine.
But it’s time for her to learn her place.
I have a plan to prove she’s mine once and for all.
Before I’m through breaking her spirit, she’ll be begging to bow down to me.
Warning: Unmasked Heart is a stand-alone dark mafia arranged marriage bully romance novella intended for readers 18+. This dark new adult romance contains dubious situations and intense sexual/violent content that some readers might find offensive. Please proceed with caution.
But the fact that the kid had to go through that, only to turn into some kind of statistic. Perhaps even a cautionary tale for victims and bullies and children who enjoy walking around at night. That was all that kid would be remembered by, and it left a bitter taste in his mouth.
Suddenly, he felt a hand on his. Daniel’s eyes flickered down, and saw Alec’s fingers intertwine with his. “Hey,” he muttered.
“I could look into your friend’s disappearance,” Daniel found himself blurting out. After a few minutes of awkwardness, he mentally kicked himself. The sheer look of shock was more than enough to make Daniel regret those words, but even more so when Alec’s grip tighten. “No, it’s fine.”
“Are you sure? I know a couple of guys at the police station. I could-”
“Please Daniel. Just…leave it be.”
Daniel stopped. He couldn’t help but turn away, looking at the small plate of vegetables. Before he knew it, he nodded. “Okay,” he said. “Okay.”
He was about to take his hand back, but he couldn’t. It was warm, and it was the first thing he noticed. “Hey Daniel?”
“I love you. You know that right?”
In which love and death dance within the confines of Autumn. This collection includes The Devil’s Playground, Mayhem, Hero, and Promises.
There’s always been an untold nostalgia within an otherwise happy fairy tale. Whether it be through innocent love, erotic romance, or even love born from war, macabre desires will always rule over their hearts. Because after all, that’s what it means, for beauty to be found within tragedy.
Stories in this collection include The Death of Love, Imperfection, and Mechanical Hearts.
‘The two stared out at the sky. Alex reminisced on what could have been, what he’d already achieved. He thought about Alice, about the lovers he abandoned, the dreams he built for himself. And as the sun kept rising, he couldn’t help but turn to Erin then. He titled his chin up, and kissed him once more, their hands still intertwined.
‘Light filled the sky, and just like that, everything faded to white.’
We fell in love within the veil. Our arms caressed our lovers, as we spoke our promises in the dark. We made our vows, and made them ours, no matter what anyone else may think. Our hearts called out to our lovers, and when Death finally comes for us, we’ll fall asleep softly, gently.
This short story collection includes His Grey Eyes, Time’s Decadence, and The Reaper’s Blessing.