Season One of the Debt Collector serial with all nine episodes.
What’s your life worth on the open market?
A debt collector can tell you precisely.
Lirium plays the part of the grim reaper well, with his dark trenchcoat, jackboots, and the black marks on his soul that every debt collector carries. He’s just in it for his cut, the ten percent of the life energy he collects before he transfers it on to the high potentials, the people who will make the world a better place with their brains, their work, and their lives. That hit of life energy, a bottle of vodka, and a visit from one of Madam Anastazja’s sex workers keep him alive, stable, and mostly sane… until he collects again. But when his recovery ritual is disrupted by a sex worker who isn’t what she seems, he has to choose between doing an illegal hit for a girl whose story has more holes than his soul or facing the bottle alone–a dark pit he’s not sure he’ll be able to climb out of again.
The nine episodes of the Debt Collector serial are collectively 125k words or about 500 pages. This dark and gritty future-noir is about a world where your life-worth is tabulated on the open market and going into debt risks a lot more than your credit rating. For more about the Debt Collector serial, see DebtCollectorSeries.com
Contains mature content and themes.
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Jeremy is absolutely, positively sure that he’s NOT gay – at least, that’s what he thought for the first 20 years of his life. But then his sexy roommate, Tim, leaves a vulgar man-love porn website on his computer. One look at those gorgeous guys going at it gets him all hot and bothered.
When he gives in and tries to relieve the tension between his thighs, he finds a tentacled creature in his dorm room toilet. This fellow happens to have a thing for handsome human men, and he’s more than willing to show Jeremy the ropes of anal exploration.
This erotic short story contains adult content, including M/M lovemaking with a tentacle creature. Approximately 4,500 words.
Book 2 of the Beast’s Mate Romantic Suspense series. This series is best enjoyed if read in order. (Book 1: BEARed to You)
Katie Spenser is looking forward to some R & R with her best friend Abby when she makes the hellishly loooong trip from Chicago to Alaska. Unfortunately, rest and relaxation are not what she gets. Instead, it’s a missing best friend. Men who turn into freaking bears. And crazy-ass bad guys shooting guns at Abby and her new furry boyfriend. Yeah. Not the adventure she was expecting.
The only part of Katie’s so-called vacation that’s pleasant is Raul Zant. Raulll. Sounds like Rawrrr. And does he live up to his name. The guy is so sexually dominant that a mere glance produces delightful tingles and quivers of anticipation. But with those armed bad guys tailing their every move, the trick will be staying alive long enough to get a nibble or two…or more… from her hot beast.
Young journalist O’Mara Tanner ‘s world was forever changed by The Expiation, a brutal near genocide that left her society unbalanced and isolated. In her cold unfriendly city, carefully controlled citizens seek solace in The City of Dark Pleasures, a vast riverfront red light district. Those who have lost their citizen privileges are reduced to working there.
When O’Mara is assigned to report on a new sexual service in the City of Dark Pleasures — one that has been the subject of much gossip — she’s not sure what to expect. What she finds there only reminds her of all that has been lost in The Expiation.
She meets Tully — handsome, attentive, mysterious — who lives like most non-citizen do — on the fringes, limited to the few base professions plied in the City of Dark Pleasures. But Tully is unlike any “servant” O’Mara has met in the Pleasures. And his extraordinary service is about to allow her to experience a level of intimacy she has only ever imagined.
After a great disaster, everyone grows a brain full of air.
And to the ones who think right, the world is truly unfair.
This time, the story leads us through the mind of Farian, the newest Ruler of Realm 3. But as Averie unveils the truth behind his plan, she realizes that calamity between the Realms may actually exist. Someone out there is up to no good, and it’s up to Averie and Farian to figure out who, and why.
Falling in love shouldn’t be against the law, but it is on the island Alzabreah, where a high priestess genetically engineers men to be nothing more than love slaves. When a disciple Mavra breaks the rules and falls in love with one of the drones, she soon discovers the high priestess has committed murder to cover illegal genetic experiments. Now Mavra must fight for their lives.
Edward Phillips is at the height of his career at Virton Technologies developing cutting edge software systems for government contractors. His biggest stress is dodging the growing pressure he has been getting from Gabriella, his long-time girlfriend. She wants him to settle down, get married and have kids. Life is good, but is he ready for the big commitment?The stakes change drastically when Edward accepts a sudden promotion to the corporate headquarters in Boston, taking him away from his tough personal decisions while introducing him to the mysterious Human Augmentation Digital Interface project. At first, HADI appears to be the perfect software for the evolution of humanity, touted to help the disabled walk again, allow the deaf to hear and the blind to see.Then, Edward meets Noc. Suddenly, he discovers that this benevolent technology has a steep price and he is thrown into a lethal game of corporate espionage that leads to a nationwide manhunt for a deadly spy, a charge his enemies are intent to pin on him.Edward must sacrifice his freedom and risk everything he loves if he hopes to thwart Virtons psychotic mastermind and save humanity from an insidious tool that will be able to control our very minds.”The new technology imagined in Digital Wilderness seems eerily similar to what exists today making the story frighteningly close to home. The characters and relationships are well drawn and believable. Both the plot and pace make F.L. Cianos first novel a compelling and enjoyable read.”