This complex and wickedly decadent dark fantasy bombards the reader with its sensuality and heartbreaking reveals while building to an explosive ending. ★★★★ ½ Top Pick! — RT Book Reviews, Master of the Game
"The second in Kindred’s tempestuous and fantastical series lulls us into a false security... Kindred does a splendid job of balancing the romance with a rapidly paced storyline and dark, unsettling revelations." ★★★★ — RT Book Reviews, Idol of Blood
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A little something different from me is out today: my first m/f gothic paranormal romance! Fun fact: The Lost Coast is a rewrite of a novella I wrote when I was 17.
Over at The Romance Reviews, there's a party going on all through the month of November, with daily games for chances to win more than 100 prizes per week, including a Kindle Fire HD7!
The final book in the Looking Glass Gods trilogy is available today in ebook and print.
The further adventures of Ra, Jak, and Ahr continue today with the second book in the Looking Glass Gods. Ume, Cree, and Pearl are back as well.
You don't know who they are yet, but Millie and Lukas are very excited by this announcement today in Publisher's Weekly:
The first third of the story that's been with me for almost two decades finally releases today! For those who've read my novella, The Devil's Garden, and wondered whatever became of Ume and Cree, here it is at last. :)
Join the fun throughout the month of March at The Romance Reviews 4th Anniversary Party for a chance to win prizes from over 250 authors, including an ebook copy of Idol of Bone, Book 1 in the Looking Glass Gods series.
I tend to obsess about the horrible things people do to each other in this world on a daily basis, which exacerbates my depression. So one of my resolutions this year is to find at least one uplifting thing happening in the world every day.
"...with the memory of this word came another recollection: to speak was to create."