Lost in a dark woods and far from his familiar stomping grounds, Corbet put little stock in myths and legends of the Aos Sí. But when he is happened upon by a man claiming to be a faerie king, he finds that superstition holds more sway than logic among the Sidhe.
The first of The Tempest Series, Brontide tells the tale of French traveler Corbet, a man far from anywhere he might call home when he stumbles upon the realm of the fae. An exciting action-packed romance, Brontide introduces a world far beyond our ken, with subterfuge, folklore, and political machinations that make it clear that when it comes to love, to belonging, there is always something worth fighting for.
A Solstice broken. A lover more lost than ever. King Ruari of the Seelie Court is faced with the seemingly insurmountable challenge of balancing his duty with his happiness, and the stakes have never been higher. With Corbet now holding the Unseelie throne and acting as cold as ice, the struggle to keep the barrier standing becomes all the more challenging when Ruari notices a change in his once-lover setting in, threatening to take Corbet to a place where not even Ruari could follow. This time, the enemy may be of Ruari's own making.
The second book in The Tempest Series. Told from the perspective of the lovesick King Ruari, Deluge is a woeful tale of fighting to reclaim what was once lost.
Heavy is the head that wears the crown. Be it one earned or an ill-gotten gain stolen from the head of the ones who came before, the harsh reality of their past choices refuse to sleep quietly. Trapped in a Court as cold as ice with subjects to match, Corbet struggles to find a tenuous balance between duty and Ruari, the one he’d give it all to protect. Meanwhile, Ruari, shackled in place by the weight of his allegiance to the Seelie, fights a losing battle against duty and standing beside the one he loves. With a new threat lying in wait amongst the cracks and crumbling rubble of the Equinox’s near disaster, Corbet and Ruari realize that making choices is easy. It’s living with them that tears one apart.
The third installment of The Tempest Series, Petrichor rounds out the main series with one last foray into the maelstrom that is fae politics.
There isn’t much Detective Louis “Lou” P. Garou needs to get himself through a long day of investigating violent supernatural homicides: a good lunch, a cut-and-dry case, and a few breaks to chase a new high score on his mobile games. That’s all he could ever ask for. But when his latest case brings with it a curve ball of the Unseelie variety, he finds himself saddled with an independent magical consultant infamous for being difficult.
He’s known for a while that fae magic—specifically Unseelie magic—may just be the bane of his entire existence. But the magic’s owner?
Well, somehow, he manages to be worse.
With the days counting down to Corbet and Ruari’s impending wedding, the stress of planning for the future has Corbet spiraling. His life has been a maelstrom of change since he found himself in the world of the fae, and though he knows he’s happy, it’s still a lot to take in. He slips away to find some solace but instead finds something far more eye-opening— the diary of the late Seelie Queen Aisling nestled in a room hidden by the Court itself.
Within the pages resides the history of the Court as seen through the eyes of the one who lost it all. The war with the Milesians is in full force, incited by a mysterious beast that drew first blood the moment the mortals stepped foot in fae territory. Aisling desires peace, but when worse comes to worst and the tides of battle begin to change, she has only one person to turn to— Avenir, Monarch of the Unseelie.
Every decision has a consequence. Every good intention has a price that must be paid, be it in blood or lives or innocence lost.
Aisling and Avenir may be gone, but the choices they made live on regardless.
The penultimate installment in The Tempest Series, Apricity tells the tale of one of the series's most illustrious antagonists and her fall from grace. Featuring an asexual romance, Apricity is a must-read tale of good intentions paving the road to hell.
Khouri Lucifin lived a pampered life beneath the earth in the Duskriven. He had a noble-born lover who tended to his every need, and a place to belong in a city that wasn’t kind to half-Drow. But, a bird in a gilded cage is still a bird in a cage, and when he saw the opportunity to escape before him, he grasped it with eager hands.
From humans who want to kill him to Sorin, the gruff, surly bounty hunter he hired to protect him, Khouri finds that navigating the pitfalls of surface life isn’t as easy as he had hoped it to be. Sorin is just plain rude, but he has his charms and good moments, and when he agrees to train Khouri in the art of bounty hunting, their travels turn more heated than Sorin ever intended them to become. But when Khouri realizes that Navidae, his Drow lover from the Duskriven, has placed a bounty on his head in hopes of bringing him back to their bed one way or another, Khouri is met with the challenge of balancing his old lover with his newfound partner, and all that may yet lie unspoken between himself and Sorin.
Betrayal, heartache, and working through a half-century’s old romance of dominance and submission are more than daunting. Balancing Sorin’s possessive nature with Navidae’s long-held claim is even more so.
Khouri, though, is up to the challenge. Because when it all comes down to it, why can’t a Drow have both?
The first of The Duskriven Chronicles, Epithymy is a bdsm-themed polyamorous erotica novel set in a DnD-styled world.
Dealing with Drow nobility had never been Khouri Lucifin’s strong suit. Strange, entitled, overwhelming, untrustworthy– There was no end to their unsavory habits, and when one was a street dwelling, half-Drow thief, dealing with them was a risk that didn’t need to be taken.
But when Khouri is contacted by a noble wishing to hire him for a mysterious job, he finds the promise of wealth untold too enticing to refuse. There’s just one catch. The job in question doesn’t call for the skills of a thief, but those of an assassin, and the target isn’t just any Drow, but a noble by the name of Lord Navidae Marrowick.
Risk follows Khouri when he accepts. Marrowick, he finds, is far harder to kill than first expected, and far more pervasive than his employer had led him to believe. Navidae has everything Khouri doesn’t, and when he catches Khouri mid-assassination, he responds in a way Khouri simply has no defense against. Succumbing to his mark’s charms is easy, but dealing with the fallout is something Khouri never anticipated.
Dominance, submission, deception, and violence– Just another day in the Duskriven, and this time Khouri is determined to get what he wants, nobility be damned.
A prequel to Epithymy, Aquiver functions as a standalone-novel that recounts the tumultuous past of Khouri and Navidae, how they met, and ultimately how they began the half-century long romance that greets us in Epithymy.
When Khouri journeyed to the surface with Sorin at his side, he anticipated adventures, excitement, and the chance to see things he’d never before dreamed of seeing. The ocean, the beach, and the pleasures to be had in Sorin’s childhood home prove to be exactly the sort of distraction he needs from the homesickness that follows him wherever he goes.
Navidae is never far from his mind, a fact that becomes almost a little too apparent when his lover continues to send letters with a frequency they hadn’t planned on. As Khouri attempts to enjoy his oceanside vacation with Sorin and Sorin’s family, the pervasive worry that something isn’t quite right back at home continues to grow, coming to a head when a familiar messenger appears with orders to bring Khouri back to the Duskriven by any means necessary.
Mistakes of the past have a way of resurfacing, no matter how deeply they’re buried. The politics of the Duskriven have come full circle, threatening Navidae and everything he holds dear. The enemy this time isn’t someone who can just be assuaged by threats or bribes, and as the danger mounts, Navidae’s desperation rises with it. Khouri and his lovers face their new adversary—first alone, and then with each other, proving that even though the words may come slowly to some of them, forgiveness, apologies, and confessions are expressions best said aloud.
The final installment in The Duskriven Chronicles, Redamancy is a whirlwind story that concludes the romantic adventures of Khouri, Navidae, and Sorin and sees them all come together to combat the forces that seek to tear them apart.