Wild Rose: A Standalone Reverse Harem Paranormal Romance

Coming January 2023

My twin sister, Lexi, is a null witch, and the baddest B this side of the Red City. She’s got the whole bounty hunter/mercenary thing down.

Me?
I’m more at home in a greenhouse than in a dive bar.
I tend to my garden, not to my muscles.

When Lexi goes missing just hours before her biggest job yet, a career-changing gig as the head of security for a band called Elementals, it’s up to me to step up. All I have to do is pretend to be Lexi for three tour stops.

Easy Sweet Pea-zy, right?
Well… no.

Turns out, the Elementals have a stalker.
Coupled with death threats and numerous people on their tour going missing, I’ve walked into something that I am hilariously under-equipped for.

I’ve got to find out who’s behind the threats to save my sister, but I didn’t expect to actually care about the four big lugs in the band– four men that think they are Gaia’s gift to the world.

I know I’m going to get my heartbroken,
They think I’m my sister, and everyone falls in love with Lexi.
Just once, I wished they would fall in love with me.

**Wild Rose is a slow burn, reverse harem, standalone, paranormal romance novel. It contains scenes of M/M, MFM, and multiple partner relations.**

SPIT: A Standalone Reverse Harem Paranormal Romance

Coming October 2022

SPIT: A Standalone Reverse Harem Paranormal Romance

Amazon US

Amazon UK

I’m cursed, and I have no one to blame but myself.

My Momma used to say that I could con the pants off the Devil himself.
That was markedly untrue.

Years ago, as a young witchling with a reckless streak, I summoned the King of Gluttony and I tried to con the big bad.
It didn’t work, and instead of riches beyond my wildest dreams, I got a curse that makes every man that kisses me addicted beyond measure. Even a drop of my spit is enough.

Mr. Bub, aka, King of Gluttony and overall AH, has me on a tight leash.
Just one more job, and he’ll lift my curse. (So he says)
The problem is… it’s never just one more job.

When the King Pin of the Red City outside of Baton Rouge needs help, Beezelbub volunteers me.
I’ve got one week to find several supernatural creatures that have gone missing from a laboratory in the city, or it’s my neck on the chopping block.
I don’t think Mr. Bub will eat me if I fail, but I can’t be sure.

It’s such a shame that King Pin and his merry band of cocky men seem to have their sights set on distracting me from my task.
I can’t let anyone get close. Not even five beautiful, if not annoying, demons.
The second they taste me, they’ll become addicted.

The problem is:
No one ever wants me, they only want the curse.

**SPIT is a reverse harem, #whychoose romance with a happy ending. It is a standalone paranormal romance.**

May contain: Witches, Demons, MM sex scenes, scenes with multiple partners, bully romance and men with God complexes

Review: Cheater by Rachel Van Dyken (Kindle Unlimited)

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Lucas Thorn wasn’t born a cheater. All it took was a single moment—say, a certain disastrous incident on the night before his wedding—and boom. Reputation destroyed forever and always. So now he owns it. He has a lady friend for every night of the week (except Sundays—God’s day and all), and his rules are simple: No commitments. No exceptions.

But a certain smart-mouthed, strawberry blonde vixen is about to blow that all to hell.

This cover has the ‘must buy’ factor. I don’t know what it is about this novel that made me want to pick it up, especially considering that I would never entertain the idea of a romance with someone that had committed adultery.

However, this book flies so close to what women would find abhorrent and what they would find acceptable. You find that you sympathise and accept the behaviour of the cheater.

The romance working-relationship aspect and the slow burn, as well as history between Avery and Lucas make for a brilliant contemporary romance novel with just enough depth to keep us intrigued and invested in this story.

I love this couple and I love this book!

It’s a good window into the psychology of unattainable men.

 

5/5

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