Short-tempered Lana Martin is a workaholic consultant based in Tokyo. Not one to turn down a challenge, she accepts the indecent proposal of her abrasive martial arts’ instructor to become his submissive in a dynamic that tests her resilience.
Spreading like wildfire, their affair lights up another blaze, this time between Lana and Honda’s wife, the sophisticated socialite Yuki. Fearless, Lana embraces what her two masters offer her.
Yet, unbeknown to her, their powerful desire rouses dark powers who waited for decades to claim their prizes. Lana must confront the enemy eating her from within, while pulling back Honda from the edge of madness. Yuki’s unwavering strength keeps them sane – but for how long?
DEFERENCE is Book #1 of the TEMPER trilogy. DREAD and DELIVERANCE will be released in 2019.
‘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.
It’s the year 2000, and twenty-four-year-old Kate moves into a new apartment to find a new state of independence in a new millennium. Almost immediately, she starts crushing on a hot guy who lives in her building. Deciding to take a break from her boyfriend Dexter, Kate believes the only thing now separating her from the fresh object of her sexual fantasies is the thin wall between their neighboring apartments.
A former 1920s hotel, Camden Court has housed many lonely lives over the decades—and is where a number of them have come to die. They're not all resting in peace, however, including ninety-year-old Olive, who dropped dead in Kate’s apartment and continues to make her presence known.
For Olive has a secret she’s dying to tell. One linking her to the sex, scandal, and sacrifice of a young dreamer named Lon. As the past haunts the present, Kate’s romantic notion that the thrill-of-the-chase beats the reality-after-the-catch unexpectedly entwines her modern-day love life with Lon’s Jazz Age tragedy.
With a little supernatural and a lotta' razzle-dazzle, Seven for a Secret is where historical fiction meets contemporary rom-com—from the Roaring Twenties when the “New Woman” was born, to the modern Noughties when she really came of age.
Welcome to Perdition House: a house of sin, secrets and seduction.
Previously published under the title Midnight Confessions…
Ghost stories are not always frightening. Sometimes they’re cheeky, naughty and often erotic…
When Faye Grantham inherits Perdition House, her family’s secret shame, she expects to sell the property for millions and marry her long time fiancé.
But the spirits who still reside in the mansion have other ideas. Trapped in the bordello, the women who lived and worked there wait to tell their stories to Faye.
The “girls” don’t just hang around waiting. They control Faye’s libido, influence her decisions and drive her into the arms of two very different men.
Liam Watson wears comfort like most men wear cologne. With an interest in adventurous sex, he’s more man than he first seems.
Mark McLeod is a strong, decisive businessman who was not meant to be more than a hot one-night stand. But Mark is in no hurry to end their liaison, and hopes to continue Faye’s lessons in sensuality.
As Faye becomes enthralled with the mansion, she’s embroiled in a life-changing situation that has her re-examining her engagement, her business decisions, and her beliefs about herself.
As the spirits reveal themselves one by one, Faye learns their stories: how they came to Perdition House, why they joined the women there and some of the secrets that only a high-class bordello could hold.
But can decades-old secrets affect Faye’s life today?
Alexis buys her new Vermont condo, freshly out of college and about to embark on her new life in her cute new home with a career straight out of college. Life is fresh and exciting for Alexis but after some time she is becoming more of a recluse after work, the outgoing, fun loving Alex as her friend’s call her is becoming more and more aloof and withdrawn, bewildering all that know her. How can she possibly explain to them she has fallen for an entity in her home, how she cannot see this creature of sorts yet somehow it tantalizes every cell within her the tension of fear and sexual arousal it brings is too much too deny she is caught in its grip.
Jonathon Steel is everything Serena wants in a man. He is sexy, successful, and mysterious. Sure, the dollars and fancy cars and holidays to exotic places are attractive, but his dark side, that which showed itself in the best-selling horror novels he wrote and which was forged by a lifetime of anger and pain, is the one thing that intrigues and attracts her more than anything else. Never in her wildest dreams did she think his dark side would prove to be so dark.
Rosalyn Delaney tracks down her missing husband, only to learn he’s been murdered. His business partner, Whip Kincaid, is the suspected killer, but he has disappeared. Too broke to leave, Rosalyn stays at her husband’s home, Rose House, even after she starts receiving nightly visits from a charming “ghost”. Rosalyn has secrets and a darn good reason for not going back home. Whip Kincaid hoped to start over in Whiskey Ridge, Arizona by going into business with his partner, Josiah Bullock. Now, wanted for murder and hiding in his own home, Rose House, his only choice is to clear his name by finding the real killer. But how, with Rosalyn in the house and a posse stationed outside? He begins by trying to scare Rosalyn away, but she doesn’t frighten easily. Soon, he’s no longer sure he wants her to go, since she would take his heart with her