The last hope to save Faerie from Elven invaders is Peter Pan and his Lost Boys assassins.
That’s what Princess Lara believes. Problem is, the Lost Boys were exiled to Earth—a magicless, unforgiving land where humans plant cement rather than gardens and worship technology over nature. It’s the last place Lara wants to go, but with an evil warlord nipping at her wings, she has no other choice.
Medically discharged from the Army, Deryk Quinn is no stranger to pain. He not only lost his leg, but also the future wife he thought he’d have. Jaded, he isn’t interested in being hurt again. But when a mysterious woman appears out of nowhere and heals him with her blood, he’s pretty sure she isn’t a woman at all. Humans don’t glow blue and silver, and the markings now covering him are straight out of a fairy tale.
Before Deryk can confront Lara about her origins, and his growing feelings, she’s taken by an enemy that would see Faerie burn. Armed with answers he doesn’t want and knowledge of the truth about his past, Deryk must convince Peter Pan and his assassins to fight for Faerie or he’ll lose the world he never knew he belonged to, and the woman he’d give his life for.
Lost Boys Bar & Grill is a darkly twisted fairy tale romance filled with action and a guaranteed HEA. Author’s note: This isn’t your childhood fairy tale. The action is intense, and there are elements of torture. If you want something light and fun-hearted, this isn’t the story for you.
Dr Wendee Williams is a repressed academic and part-time voyeur whose life falls apart when an affair with a student goes horribly wrong. Her marriage to a much older man is torn apart, and in the aftermath she escapes to tropical north Queensland where a male prostitute introduces her to the handsome and mysterious Pietre DeMartande, a wealthy recluse and self-styled Peter Pan who takes Dee to his private island where she becomes “his Wendee”. Pietre watches her every move via his surveillance network as she interacts with his security force posing as Lost Boys, heiresses who act as her mermaids, Pietre’s tiny assistant – cruel Belle, a token ‘Redskin’ who is more than he seems, and the submariner pirates who kidnap her. Ultimately it is Pietre’s perverse sexuality that draws Dee back to his island and to a show down that will test the loyalties of the men who have fallen in love with her.
This full-length erotic thriller showcases the explicit details of Dee’s adventures, and is definitely not recommended for those under the age of 18.