I haven’t had the best of luck with roommates because of my horror movie memorabilia, so when my newest one, Jack, leaves an invitation to a Christmas sleepover on my desk, I’m a little wary and a lot curious. It might not be the best idea to sleepover at a stranger’s house (because of ax murderers, obviously), but the host sounds reasonable when I text him, and it’s lonely being stuck in a dorm room all winter break. At least the guy playing Krampus is nice. I might not know how to be a little, but he makes it easy to follow along.
I’m fine. Really. There’s no reason for my brother, Jack Frost, to interfere in my love life. Not that I’ll ever be able to convince him to mind his own business, which is why I end up going to the infamous Christmas Sleepover. The sub he introduces me to is adorable and might end up being the reason I have to apologize and tell my brother he was right. Leo is the cutest, most easy-going little I’ve ever met, and I might not know anything about being a daddy, but I’m willing to learn if he’s willing to give old Krampus a chance.
In the Sack with Krampus is a 26k word holiday MM Daddy/little romance set in the Diviner’s Game universe. It can be read as a stand alone. Content includes corrupted Christmas carols, Daddy/bigger-little exploration with spankings, and learning not to show off our favorite fun training pants.
I might die down here, but dang. What a way to go.
It was just supposed to be a test dive. I'd take the submersible down to the bottom of the Atlantic and then straight back up. If I got to see some cool ocean life, well, that's why we were live-streaming the dive.
I didn't expect to see the most incredible thing ever. Who expects to get abducted by a kraken? Not me, but wow, he's...um...hot.
The Kraken's Mate is a standalone 25k MM Paranormal Romance set in the same universe as the Diviner's Game with cameos from characters in the Shattered Pawns series, featuring steamy scenes with tentacles and an adorable billion year old eldritch horror with a thing for cute, puny humans—well, one specifically.
Sometimes a fox just wants to take a little vacation from the stresses of being the alpha of his skulk. He just wants to put on his mask and enjoy some tail time chasing his ball. Occasionally a fox even manages to do that, but not tonight. When a frightened little non-human comes banging at my door, interrupting my me-time, I make myself set aside the things I thought were important so that I can get to know this adorable creature, and if he turns out to be my mate? Well, I’d burn armies to ash for him.
I’ve spent most of my life in the darkness of an oubliette wishing the Elves of Morgaine did actually forget about me. Fortunately, I escaped. Even more fortunate for me, a scary man in a hat has driven me to the door of the prettiest person I’ve ever met besides me. Jade’s nice and makes me feel treasured, and I would do anything to keep this fox shifter even if that means giving him my magic.
Genesis is an MM Paranormal Romance with two consenting adults who enjoy puppy play and a power exchange dynamic.
I dislike living alone in an empty house, but unless something radical changes, I’ve resigned myself to lonely bachelorhood. No one has ever interested me, I didn’t even know I had a fancy to tickle, if you get my meaning. Then a detour through a less than savory neighborhood brings me across one of my own students. I can’t just leave him on the street, especially in this neighborhood, right?
I haven’t had a home in two years, but I’m a survivor and nothing, not homelessness, not strict teachers, not even the inconvenient passenger I carry with me everywhere, will stand between me and a good life. I have a plan, I have the means, I will make my future a success. And this crush I have on my teacher? Well, I’ll figure out how to deal with it. That’s what I will keep telling myself, anyway.
Forgotten Fox is an MM, Age Gap, Student-Teacher, Paranormal Romance. Triggers include: off-page, non-descriptive, past child abuse. This is a standalone, 45k word novella with some crossover with the Diviner’s Game Trilogy.
Listening to my sister screeching might be the highlight of my day, because watching the new neighbor piss her off is a joy and a delight. At least until the stupid fox inside me wants to claim the man as my mate. No way, no how—I'm way too much of a misanthrope to have a fated mate.
I have zero inhibitions about messing with the pissy princess next door, but getting in her brother's pants might make moving into this neighborhood worth it. At least until he turns into a fox and runs away. One way or another, I'm going to find that fox and show him what being a fated mate really means.
Mr. Monster Kok is a 15k short story, MM PNR set about ten years in the future from Bishop to Knight One. This one includes a glimpse in the future of some of the Aquino boys.
It's just a slumber party. I might not know anyone here, but if I ever want to know what it's like to have a Daddy, I've got to go inside. It doesn't matter who decides to take me for the night, I just want to know what its like to have a Daddy when I'm little, even if that Daddy turns out to be the hottest Santa I've ever seen.
A Knot with Santa is an MM paranormal romance short story featuring a side character from the original Diviner's Game trilogy and the demigod who thinks he's special. Featuring a Daddy/Little relationship and all the fun that goes with that.