For a thousand years, the trapped, immortal Teacher has carefully planned escape. Everything now depends on one naive young man . . . Book one: Prince Temmin Antremont has been sheltered from assassins and women for eighteen years. Now at his father’s court, forces he can neither control nor understand pull at him from all sides. But none pull harder than the . . .
City of Roses is about what happens when Jo Maguire, a highly strung underemployed telemarketer, meets Ysabel Perry, a princess of unspecifiable pedigree. It’s also about hearts broken cleanly and otherwise, the City of Portland, Spenser, those moments in pop songs when the bass and all of the drums except maybe a handclap suddenly drop out of the bridge leaving . . .
Tales of MU is an open-ended serial detailing the college life of one Mackenzie Blaise, a university student in a world where our fantasy is reality and our science is fantasy. Moving from her sheltered existence as an outcast and self-professed geek into the wild, wide world of Magisterius University, Mackenzie narrates her own story for us in a style . . .
What makes a psychopath? Magarce is a psychopath—frightening, amoral, deadly, wanton—and a Nerre, a feline creature from a world of rigorous protocol and deeply ingrained civility. Force of Fate explores where she came from, follows with unflinching gaze as she pursues her bad choices into a world of deeper and deeper depravity and savagery—and doesn’t blink, even when . . .
Banter is the story of a prolifically talented serial killer, who wields wit and intelligence like knives. He’s witty, he’s handsome, and he’s everything they’ve always wanted; that is all his women know when they take him home. He is The Fickle Killer, and he has just wooed his latest victim. But what she doesn’t share during their razor . . .
From the same universe as Dead Boyfriend, Howl is the story of hunter Eric St. John, a straight guy who suddenly finds himself with an unexpected, yet undeniable attraction to a mysterious man named Adam. Eric can’t explain why it seems impossible to resist his body’s impulse to submit so completely to the other man. But he’s beginning to . . .
“All Kinds of Things Kill” is a horror anthology that contains 9 stories. The stories are gruesome, frightening, perverse, imaginative, and sick; in other words, they have all the elements that go into making a horror anthology a good one. So turn the lights off, grab a blanket, and get ready to enjoy some chilling tales. . . .
Crandall Jacobson doesn’t believe in vampires. His life is singing for Inertia Stand, a band he loves even if he hates the name. His best friend and drummer appears to have the same lust for music but Mike also has a secret: He’s a vampire hunter. When a routine staking goes awry, and a vampire sinks her teeth into . . .
Daniel was a good and steady guy. A faithful husband. A good father. He tucked his polo shirts into his dad jeans and got his hair cut for $11. A regular guy . . . . . . . . . .and a sane man. This is the story of his life-altering journey to the heights of bipolar mania and and his search for sexual freedom. . . .
Halfway between a silver moon and a green tinged planet, five space stations hang in orbit. The men and women who man those orbitals live a life in constant danger, both from the threats of the dangerous planet below, and from each other. Orbital Academy follows the lives of some of those men and women, their highs and lows, . . .
The following story is true- except for the parts I totally made up. The names have been changed to protect the people I loved and to protect me from the people I hated. . . .
Oct 3, 2010: [Note: This review reflects only the first book in the series, which has undergone extensive editing and is currently being re-posted on site.]
Lovers and Beloveds (the first book in An Intimate History of the Greater Kingdom) is an erotic historical fantasy which follows the beginnings of Prince Temmin’s transition from naïve, spoilt Heir to a man worthy of being King. Taken from his childhood home to live with his father, Temmin is initially innocent to the political, religious and sexual [more . . .]
Dec 27, 2009: I considered giving Dead Boyfriend 4 out of 5 stars because, though I love-love-loved it, the English Literature major in me continues to point out that it’s not exactly Shakespeare. But you know what, I read the first 42 parts of this story last night sitting on my couch while watching a BBC production of Hamlet. Guess which one held my attention and which one slid into the background.
So yeah, Dead Boyfriend isn’t Shakespeare. What it is an fun, [more . . .]