Are you the sort of person who maybe wouldn’t mind if there really was a monster living under your bed? If tentacles, ghosts, Bigfoot, dragons, vampires, and demons wouldn’t send you running for the hills, then you’re in the right place.
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It’s a satellite! It’s a meteor! It’s a…small alien spaceship?
The last thing bar manager Sam Litchfield expects to see when he gets home from work just weeks before Christmas is something crash landing in his backyard. And since he spent the drive there hearing on the radio about a meteor streaking through the sky, Sam is only prepared to tell the authorities about a space rock.
What’s he supposed to do when it’s actually a three-foot-tall alien with tentacles for arms in a broken spaceship? In the spirit of the season, Sam helps Bhanzier get out of the cold and start repairs on his ship.
It isn’t long before the two of them discover that Bhanzier likes being in charge, Sam likes that too, and tiny tentacles can wiggle into lots of fun places. Sam starts to wish Bhanzier didn’t have to ever leave.
But Sam isn’t the only one who knows something crashed in his backyard. Two FBI agents are poking around, and then Sam remembers that he signed up for the Holiday Homes Tour.
Sam's determined to keep Bhanzier safe from prying eyes. But is getting him back into space, and losing him forever, really the only way?
Logan Parish was a Cleveland police officer for all of two days when aliens that look like wolves, foxes, bunnies, and a bunch of other animals suddenly arrived. They claim they come in peace and just want to share their knowledge and tech with humans to improve everyone's lives. At first, Logan isn't sure what to believe.
But when he's acting as security while the Norlons visit Earth for the first time, Logan can't stand by and let a big black wolf get shot. Logan takes the hits himself.
Prince Alam Ye Lena knew the humans of Earth wouldn't embrace them with open arms, but he never anticipated violence. When a human man puts himself between Alam and certain death, Alam doesn't hesitate to fly back up to his ship and take his savior with him.
In the coming weeks, Logan sees that the Norlons really are here to help and devotes himself to their cause. He quickly gets closer to the prince leading the delegation and knows he's found the love of his life in a big furry wolf.
But a faction calling themselves Humans First refuses to see the possibilities of an alliance with aliens and brings explosive suffering to the Norlons. Can Logan and Alam survive the ordeal and come out stronger on the other side?
Knotted by the Wolf Prince features an anthropomorphic wolf as an alien, a human cop turned consultant, boss/employee relationship, lots of knotting (obvi), cuddles with fluffy black fur, licks and kisses, nanobots healing everything, overcoming bad actors who can't accept help from aliens, and a HEA. This is the first in a planned 6-book series featuring different couples that should be read in order.
A witch, two fairies, a minor god, and four demons walk into a bar and suddenly Dwyer Eamonn’s life will never be the same.
Turns out that Dwyer’s parents promised him—their firstborn—as payment when they made eight different deals with various supernatural beings. At the stroke of midnight on his twenty-first birthday, every single claimant comes calling, ready to make Dwyer their heir.
Unable to deny them all, it’s up to Dwyer to choose which supernatural being he wants to become by spending time with each of them. What does a witch do all day? Do crossroads demons really hang out on street corners? He has eight hours to learn about them one at a time before he must make a decision.
Right away, one of them draws Dwyer in like no one ever has. He doesn’t want to become a demon, but he does want to be with one. Is that even possible? And since choosing an heir means these people want to shuffle off their mortal coil, is love reason enough to make one of them stay? After all, they’ll have forever once Dwyer makes his choice.
Content Warnings: violence, coercion/dubcon, tentacle sex, voyeurism, exhibitionism/public sex
For Fur's Sake includes a boy virgin and a big softie having outdoor smexy times while hiding from prying eyes, keeping secrets, and generally avoiding telling the truth about the existence of Bigfoot while the cameras are rolling even as the lovers work toward their HEA.
The Minotaur's Mate has an enemies-to-lovers, virgin hero, size difference story with sci-fi elements, a bull-headed human and a marshmallow-hearted bull, spying on your neighbors, shopping for sex toys, one heck of a history lesson, monster-sized anatomy, megalomaniacs fighting to stay in control, and a little stabbing, but there’s a wedding and a HEA ending.
Aquaculture Affair has an age gap, m/m/m, and dad’s best friend story with two virgins and a guy in his forties who thought he was the grownup, some internal angst because somebody’s an alien, kinks for man-smell and gripping tentacles, hiding out in an aquaculture farm to raise snails, and a HEA ending that includes cameos from Book 1 characters.
Includes the short stories The Dentist's Vampire, The Park Ranger's Werewolf, and The Quarterback's Dragon—all characters who appeared in The Incubus's Mate. If you'd rather not sign up for my mailing list to get these books for free, they're available at Amazon.
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