With Flying Colors
Their love must endure Hell to survive.
Prince Malik Starsiene has proposed and wants to marry Amara on his home planet of Hell. The fresh truce between the Bleiten and the Triari may not be enough to protect Amara but the title of Princess of Hell will be. All she has to do is survive long enough to be crowned. Except Amara finds more resistance to her engagement than expected and must navigate not only the dangerous waters of the Bleiten Court but also the deadlier intricacies of Bleiten politics. Politics which are waged on the battlefield. Can the color-wielding superhero survive Hell or will it prove to be even stronger than the immortality elixir in her blood?
A vigilante witch hunts the gods to save the world from their manipulations. Join Vervain as she navigates the tricky world of the gods, where romance and danger go hand in hand.
Long ago, there was a war between humans and fairies, and the world was nearly destroyed by it. I’m an Extinguisher; a psychic soldier charged with protecting our world from the Fey.
Beneath your world lies another, a world of magic, monsters, and immortals. I am the rarest of these; a spellsinger, able to weave music into magic. With the right words, and for the right price, I can do anything.
Amara has strange abilities. She can manipulate colors; create illusions, alter auras, and affect the human body in helpful and harmful ways. They think she’s a superhero. She thinks they’re delusional.
Classic fairy tales with a reverse harem twist.
A fantasy, reverse harem, erotic novel from the Queen of Steam full of fairies, fun, and, of course, the most fantastic sex! Lock the doors and turn up the A/C because it’s about to get hot in here.
Discover another side of the Godhunter’s World, fresh from the perspective of a faerie whose life has just begun. Go Beyond with this spin-off series and delve deeper into the Realm of Faerie.
A crusading knight captures a beautiful enchantress…
Rannulf has always considered himself to be a wise man; honorable and loyal to his god and his king. Men seek his counsel and women seek his bed. His wisdom and the strength of his sword helped Bohemund win the great city of Antioch. So when his enemy, a Turkish enchantress named Ayla, saves his life and is given to him instead of being sentenced to death, he feels more than capable of controlling her and making her his in every way.
But Ayla has a way of speaking and behaving that confuses Rannulf. Her magic and false gods are evil and yet he can’t seem to condemn her for them. In fact, the more Ayla speaks, the more Rannulf questions everything that he believes, everything that he holds as truth. And when he holds her, nothing is certain anymore except the desire between them, and as loyalties crumble and deception runs wild in Antioch, Rannulf must decide whether to be true to the faith of his past or to the love he’s found with his enchantress.