Bed And Breakfast in 'A Beastly Affair'
An elf with wild tastes strays into a Beast's cursed manor and couldn't be more delighted about the fact.
Short Stories in Collaborations
Dressed In Wolf Skin in 'Into The Mystic'
She was never particularly fond of werewolves, but she hated skinwalkers.
Saved By Grace
Alel is a demon, and he is good at lying. The image he wears is a lie—no one can see his wings or barbed tail, nor can they see the horns peeking from a shag of hair salted with strands of white and pale gray. Half-starved, Alel is short and gangly and has lavender freckles dusted across his nose and cheeks. Lust created him along with all other incubi and succubae for one reason—to encourage humans to sin while feeding off of their sexual energy. Anything more than carnal acts is forbidden, but Alel yearns to be kissed, to bury his face in the crook of a lover’s neck and hold them until dawn.
Cold Like Snow
When René moves into his new home, he didn’t expect his house to come with roommates. Two handsome roommates. Too bad they’re ghosts, but the fact that they were dead never stopped them from running thier fingers through René’s hair. It doesn’t take long before things escalate and René finds himself with two ghost lovers that treat him better than any living partner ever had.
Only Love is Deathless
Sreka's younger brother, Dobrina, is in love. The only problem is that the law forbids him from courting until Sreka is married. Sreka hires the local adventurer, Košmar, to marry him so Dobrina can wed his love.
Even if he has to sleep on the couch, instead of with the crown prince on their farce wedding bed, Košmar will get to live like a king for a year. And once Dobrina is married, Sreka will quietly divorce him and send him on his way with gold for his services.
Nothing says destined romance like a battle with a dragon, so Sreka and Košmar stage their first public encounter to fool the royal court. However, as fate would have it, the dragon, that was meant to be as fake as their love, is real.