The following are books I have scheduled for 2013. Each book will be marked through when they’re complete and submitted. All titles are working titles until labeled otherwise.
Co-Written with Ditter Kellen
Thunder and Roses: He was a bounty hunter after a ghost. She was the last survivor of an undercover operation gone wrong. When they team up against a power hungry politician with ties to the shapeshifter black market, they will never be the same. (Paranormal Erotic Thriller)
Shift the Night: Jake’s story in the Dark Talisman Series (Gothic Erotic Romance)
Kassa: Followup to Haunting Melody St. Claire. (Paranormal Erotic Romance)
A Familiar Kiss: Add one witch and her familiar, a centuries-old curse, a bargain with a demon, and toss with some hawt sexin’… (Paranormal Erotic Romance)
Nexus: I knew he was trouble the first time I saw him. With his partner in crime thrown in the mix, it’s double the heat. Double the intrigue. And double teaming me in ways I never expected. My life just got really complicated. Oh how I love it. (Sci Fi Exotica)
Feral Hunger: Book 2 in the Sheon Wars trilogy. I won’t give any tidbits on this one, as it may contain spoilers from the first book. (Sci Fi Erotic Romance)
Spirit Mark: Book 1 in the Walking Dead trilogy (NA Urban Fantasy)
Enraptured: Book 1 in the Nightmare Gale trilogy (Fantasy Erotic Romance)
Black Cat Haven Book 1: I am Micah Edmund Odysseus Whiskers. My human calls me Micah, but you can call me Mr. Meow. The dead are showing up all over town. I don’t mean humans are dying. The dead, themselves, are showing up in packs. It’s the afterlife party of the century, and yours truly got a killer invitation. Well, my human did, anyway. The only problem is that it’s a dead affair, as in corpses only. Now we’re running for our lives while dodging the main event and trying to figure out how to put the dead back where they belong. (Paranormal Mystery)
I’m particularly fond of trilogies, both as a writer and a reader. It’s nice to know when a series will end before I pick up the first book. I read way too much to be able to keep all the characters, back-story, and story arc straight for multiple multi-book series. I may revisit worlds I’ve created, but they’ll be set in their own mini story arc. My works-in-progress (WIPs) are subject to change as priorities shift.