The Night We Met
Release Date: June 27, 2020
Two men. Twelve Hours. One Choice.
Jethro never planned to sacrifice the future he’d worked so hard for. But life is a funny thing. It’s full of the unexpected, like spotting a broken man standing at the edge of a chasm.
Sam never planned to kill himself—at least, not at first. But death is a funny thing. It sinks its teeth in slowly, until no one can escape the inevitable drop.
Jethro’s life has always been hard. Sam’s death is supposed to be easy.
Then one night changes everything.
**The Night We Met is an 18,000 word MM romance short story that tackles the difficult topics of suicide and depression. If you are sensitive to these subjects, please read with caution. Sam and Jethro's story does end HEA!**
Night Skies & Galaxy Leggings
Release Date: January 22, 2021
First loves aren’t forever, but they can change everything.
Casey Dillon is unlike any boy Andy has ever met with their skin-tight jeans, loose hoodies, and long, dark hair.
Casey Dillon is unlike any girl Andy has ever met with their galaxy leggings, flowing tops, and smoky eye shadow.
But none of that matters when Casey Dillon crawls through Andy’s bedroom window in the middle of the night. Unknown to Andy, that night is the beginning of a beautiful and wonderful friendship. And maybe, with a little luck, something more.
***Night Skies and Galaxy Leggings is a 15,000 word coming-of-age short story about self-discovery, acceptance, first love, and young heartbreak.***
The Death Games
Release Date: March 15, 2021
It took one mistake for him to die; it would take two to kill him twice.
Kansas native, Lea Anderson never thought he would die at eighteen, hours before his high school graduation. But one misstep—and a cranky calico—and his life is over. Lucky for him, his death has just begun.
After he’s accidentally enrolled in the Afterlife’s most gruesome reality show, Lea must fight for freedom, his soul, and most importantly, an opportunity to return to life. But when unexpected love creeps into the mix, winning may carry worse consequences than death itself.
Can Lea survive long enough to live again, or is he fated to an eternity enslaved? Is a fool’s shot at love worth risking it all?
A single winner, a second chance—one thing’s for certain: Lea is not in Kansas anymore.
The Death Games is a 65k word, standalone gay fantasy romance featuring a snarky protagonist, a grumpy love interest, murderous felines, blood-thirsty adversaries, and exciting plot twists. Disclaimer: No actual felines were harmed in the writing of this book.
Against The Grain
A Human's Guide To Wooing An Asexual Incubi
Release Date: July 23, 2021
The first step to recovery is admitting you have a problem.
Ellian has a problem, and his name is Felix Masters. When Ellie, a high society male succubus, joins Against the Grain, he has a foolproof plan: attend the support group for supernatural misfits, figure out how to correct his… abnormality, and then return to the Incubi compound to join his betrothed. For once in Ellie’s suffocatingly controlled existence, he will bring honor to his family name, regardless of the personal cost. As long as a certain awkwardly sweet human does not ruin his carefully laid plans.
Felix Masters has a problem, and his name is Ellian. Felix never meant to crash into a therapy group for magical oddballs, but that single stumble changes his world forever. Magic, glamour, and succubus tails are only the beginning, and when faced with a skittish Incubi dead set on self-destruction, Felix is determined to change Ellie’s mind and, with a little bit of luck, capture his heart as well.
An asexual succubus trapped by fate and expectation. An insecure human desperate to set him free. Join Felix and Ellie as they find acceptance, courage, and unconditional love in the one place they never expected: each other.
Against the Grain is a shared world trilogy full of awkward characters, hilarious meet-cutes, and hard-fought happily ever afters. Each book in this urban fantasy rom-com can be read as a standalone.
Possible triggering material includes: Supernatural culture “norms” that border on child abuse (past), emotional abuse, and dubious consent (non-graphic/off-page). One character struggles with a form of gender dysphoria and self-harm manifesting in a type of eating disorder. There is one instance of on-page marijuana use. Side note: mpreg exists in this magical race/universe, but it is not featured on page or experienced by the main characters.